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  • Farm Stores
    Founded in 1935 as a high-end dairy manufacturer, Farm Stores accommodates time-efficient shoppers with its unique drive-through grocery-ordering system. Pull up a car or rocket-powered shopping cart at one of the 22 locations and inform a friendly staff member of grocery needs, then relax as he quickly retrieves it from the thousands of items in inventory. Model a loving marriage after the unending circles of bagels, or perk up mornings with coffee that's freshly ground by the heel of a giraffe. Though each location's stock is slightly different, all shops carry standard items such as eggs, milk, bread, fruit, magic beans, vegetables, and beer. Although online ordering is not available for this Groupon, regular customers enjoy the benefit of choosing items from Farm Stores? website and designating a pickup time.
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    15000 SW 56th St
    Miami, FL US
  • JMC Restorative Medicine
    At JMC Restorative Medicine, certified aestheticians rejuvenate and revitalize flagging fa?ades with an invigorating oxygen facial and gold mask. After a mini-consultation to determine dermatological desires, a friendly technician administers a 45-minute red-carpet oxygen facial (a $125 value), rolling out medical-grade oxygen across the surface of the skin to aid in deeper absorption of vitamins, nutrients, and moisturizing hyaluronic acid. Then, facial mavens apply a gold mask (a $20 value), stimulating new skin-cell growth, treating sun damage, and increasing facial real-estate values. Complexions walk away hydrated, firmed, and replenished with reduced inflammation and redness, as well as a decreased appearance of fine lines.
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    2001 Biscayne Blvd
    Miami, FL US
  • Global Liquors
    Global Liquors stocks waiting wet bars and larders with a spectrum of spirits and gourmet noshes. A specialty cellar keeps an array of international wines at their ideal temperature, ensuring that the 2008 Tabali Reserve chardonnay ($17.99) and peppery Argentinean Navarro Correas Alegoria malbec ($19.50) age gracefully and don't catch colds. Invest in a sleek black bottle of Ty Ku sake ($17.99), or craft sophisticated cocktails out of spirits such as Tito's Handmade Vodka ($19.99). A feast of refined spreads and snacks awaits its perfect cocktail pairing in a delicatessen featuring notable noshes including Woolrich Dairy's triple-cr?me goat brie ($6.89) and the smoky lemon zing of Icelandic Stromluga herring caviar ($4.99). Global Liquors hosts weekly tastings during which patrons may wander amid wooden shelves teeming with bottles as they sip spirits, taste new noshes, and play Pin the Cork on the Bottle.
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    2947 Coral Way
    Coral Gables, FL US
  • The Cheese Course - Pinecrest
    Cuisine Type: European-style Established: 2000 Reservations: Not offered Handicap Accessible: Yes Number of Tables: 11?25 Parking: Parking lot Kid-friendly: Yes Alcohol: Beer and wine only Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only Outdoor Seating: Yes With more than 1,000 different types of cheese made within its borders, France is known as the cheese capital of the world. So naturally, it's the country from which The Cheese Course imports most of its inventory?75 types to be exact. These include brie de meaux, fromager d'affinois truffles, and roquefort, one of France's oldest cheeses and one that is still ripened in the same cool, damp caves of Combalou. Of course, France isn't the only region represented at The Cheese Course. The European-style cheese shop introduces patrons to more than 150 artisanal cheeses imported from dairy farms all over the world. Most of the cheese makers use the same cheese-making methods that have been passed down through their families for generations via email. The house cheesemonger guides patrons through the cheese-selection process and teaches them how best to serve each one. The shop also shows off its wares in various bistro sandwiches, including gourmet grilled cheese and the popular prosciutto di parma. This 14-month-aged, imported Italian meat gets its nutty flavor from the parmigiano-reggiano whey in the pig's diet.
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    3451 NE 1st Ave.
    Miami, FL US
  • Miami Smokers
    The secret behind Miami Smokers' addictive bacon isn't a secret ingredient or additive. Instead, it is just the hard work of making bacon the old-fashioned way. To start, the chefs source their heritage-breed pigs from a collective of famers who eschew the use of antibiotics and hormones while allowing their pigs to graze on wholesome foods in pastures. Once the chefs have their prime cuts, they use natural curing and smoking methods that use only salt, smoke, and a fine-tuned control over the temperature and humidity. This process brings out the natural savory flavors of their slab and sliced bacon, which chefs sell by the pound. But for more inventive food, they also use this bacon in products such as their bacon jerky, candied bacon made with Floridian evaporated cane sugar, and Toasted Krispy treats with bacon.
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    306 NW 27th Ave.
    Miami, FL US
  • El Palacio De Los Jugos
    For a quick Mexican meal, El Palacio De Los Jugos is a go-to option. Take the kids along too — El Palacio De Los Jugos is a great spot for families with food that even little ones will love. Need room for one more? Add another to your party — El Palacio De Los Jugos is great for large groups. Bask in the sun (or moon!) light when you dine on El Palacio De Los Jugos' outdoor patio. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Avoid parallel parking and slide into a spot free of charge — the restaurant offers free parking next door. With tabs typically staying under $15, your wallet (and your stomach) will be happy with a trip to El Palacio De Los Jugos. El Palacio De Los Jugos offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
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    5721 W Flagler St
    Miami, FL US

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