Miami is a town with many nicknames, including “Little Cuba” and the Capital of Latin America, so it should come as no surprise that Miami restaurants are famous for their fusion of international flavors. Indeed, many of the best restaurants in Miami, including Olivos Restaurant and Versailles, are known for serving cuisine that seamlessly blends American, Cuban, and Latin cooking traditions. Lovers of fresh seafood, meanwhile, will find that Miami Beach restaurants benefit from that city’s location between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Joe’s Stone Crab, in particular, is one of the most famous South Beach restaurants, but might be just as well known for its long wait as its platters of crab claws and key lime pie.

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