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  • Outraegous Bagel Co.
    Get your cup of coffee with a side of cream cheese at The Outrageous Bagel Co. — this fresh bagel spot is the perfect way to start your day. Youngsters are more than welcome to join mom and dad at this restaurant. Have a large group? No problem. Head to The Outrageous Bagel Co. for easy seating. Enjoy the luxury of eating a delicious meal outside at The Outrageous Bagel Co. Surf the web from your tablet or laptop on The Outrageous Bagel Co.'s complimentary wifi. The Outrageous Bagel Co. is a casual spot to dine, so don't worry about being underdressed. That's right! The Outrageous Bagel Co. will bring their delicious food to your house for any occasion. Want to enjoy this restaurant without the wait? Get it to go. Tired of driving in circles? Head to The Outrageous Bagel Co. for a bite to eat and find quick parking in the lot next door. You can load up on the snacks and treats at The Outrageous Bagel Co. since prices are so low. For a quick and easy payment solution at The Outrageous Bagel Co., pay by major credit card. So when you're ready for breakfast in the morning, head to The Outrageous Bagel Co. and take a bite out of the very best bagels.
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    8843 Southwest 107th Avenue
    Miami, FL US
  • Ali's Sweet Treats
    "Where did you buy these cookies from?" At her daughter Ali's 2nd birthday party in 2002, Andrea Bernal heard that question a lot. The truth was, she didn't buy them from anywhere: after an unsuccessful search turned up zero Sesame Street-themed treats, Andrea decided to make them herself. The response was so positive that, by the end of the year, Ali's Sweet Treats was born. The bakery opened its first retail location in 2010 in Miami. To this day, it's truly a family business, one where Andrea hand-decorates the treats, her husband, a real frenchman, bakes, and her sister manages the shop. The menu has also expanded well past cookies to include cupcakes, cakes, cake pops, and macarons. Despite its growing inventory, Ali's refuses to ditch its commitment to quality ingredients and cooking practices: the cookies are still made in small batches with real butter and pure vanilla extract, and no cakes ever come straight from a can.
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    7094 SW 117th Ave.
    Miami, FL US
  • Bagel Express
    Lightly toasted or lathered in cream cheese, bagel spot Bagel Express prepares your order just right. Dine out in the open during Bagel Express' summer season when patio tables are available for use. It doesn't get much more laid-back than Bagel Express, so dress for comfort when you come. Meeting the gang for a movie? Pick up some food from this restaurant. Throwing a big party? Count on Bagel Express to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love. A nearby parking lot is readily available for Bagel Express' diners. Bagel Express offers safe bike parking outside. You won't find better prices in town than at Bagel Express, so grab all the snacks you can carry. Everyone can get down with a freshly-baked bagel, and the best of the best can be found at Bagel Express.
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    11616 North Kendall Drive
    Miami, FL US
  • Chill-N Nitrogen Ice Cream
    Vn + Cf + Mw. A chemical equation likely to baffle scientists, unless they're familiar with Chill-N Nitrogen Ice Cream's periodic table of flavors. Then they'd know that the "equation" translates to vanilla ice cream, chocolate fudge, and marshmallows—resulting in a sort-of s'more sundae that should be kept far away from campfires. Chill-N's science-class vibe is inspired by the ice cream itself, which the shop creates by flash-freezing ice-cream or yogurt with pure nitrogen. Customers start by picking either ice cream or yogurt as the base, then flavor it with natural ingredients like pure vanilla or some of the 60 pounds of Nutella that Chill-N goes through each week. They also get to blend in any of the nearly 20 mix-n's on the periodic table, including little-known elements such as gummy bears (Gb) and Pop Tarts (Pt). The shop mixes it all together, then adds a hefty blast of liquid nitrogen. Because everything is frozen so quickly, it produces ice crystals much smaller than any you'll find in mass-produced ice cream and incorporates almost no oxygen, resulting in a thick, silky mixture that the Miami New Times called "the creamiest ice cream you'll have in Miami."
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    8271 SW 124th St.
    Miami, FL US
  • Pasion Del Cielo Coffee
    Inside Pasion Del Cielo, there is literally a wall of coffee, where clear cases are filled with fresh beans from across the globe. In addition to rankings for each selection's aroma, flavor, body, and acidity, these cases clue customers in on the beans' origins: Guatemala, Colombia, Hawaii, Brazil, Costa Rica, Cuba, Jamaica, and more. Pasion Del Cielo carefully cources its beans from these regions, each a renowned source of coffee for centuries. Plus, to ensure these beans maintain their authentic flavor and aroma, Pasion Del Cielo never blends or mixes them. Customers reap the benefits of these pure concoctions in the form of espressos, iced drinks, and frappes. Baristas often personalize cups, too, with pictures, symbols, and other forms of coffee art, which is also how elementary school teachers secretly pass notes to each other throughout the school day.
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    8915 SW 72nd Pl
    Miami, FL US
  • Malanga Café
    Owner Melissa Vias originally unveiled Malanga Café not only to share the exotic dishes crafted from her meticulous collection of Cuban recipes, but to transport diners to the music- and amusement-filled atmosphere of Cuba itself. Head chef Haydee Porras blends traditional ingredients to forge from scratch items such as crispy croquettes, steaming tamales, and a traditional suckling pig that smokes and crackles as it rotates in its sweltering roaster. Meanwhile, succulent morsels of shredded pork nestle into pillowy baguettes to craft the pan con lechon, whose popular recipe arrived from Santiago de Cuba via Vias's husband. Postmeal, patrons can amuse other senses with games of Cubilete or the rhythms of a live band, then sign a giant mural awash with famous Cuban sayings to personalize a part of history and provide an effective alibi against sushi-eating accusations.
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    12313 S Dixie Hwy.
    Pinecrest, FL US

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