If there was such a thing as a high school for arepas (we smell a young adult novel), Doggi’s versions would easily win the senior superlative for most popular. Everyone loves these arepas, which are as fat as structurally possible. They have a wide range of ingredients you can stuff inside your warm arepa, including hearts of palm, fried pork belly, and plantains. The arepa Santa Barbara (churrasco, tomato, avocado, and cheese) is our favorite and would probably be the high school quarterback in this novel we’re about to start pitching. Come here for the huge breakfast special too, featuring beef, plantains, avocado, cheese, and eggs so you can practice your own arepa-stuffing skills, which will prove very useful one day.
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Phuc Yea in MiMo serves massive portions of pho, curries, and more mostly Vietnamese dishes that are fun to share with a group.
Dogma is an essential outdoor spot in MiMo for any time you’re even in the tiniest of hotdog moods.
Lo De Lea
Lo de Lea is a small Argentinian restaurant in MiMo that works for a happy hour glass of wine or a steak.
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La Latina is a casual Venezuelan spot near Midtown where you can get a great arepa and other very affordable dishes.
Nativo Kitchen + Bar
Nativo is an upscale Venezuelan restaurant on the 25th floor of a Brickell hotel. It’s pretty formal, but the food is great.
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Kush serves some of Miami’s best burgers. It’s in one of the quieter corners of Wynwood, and best for small groups.
El Rey De Las Fritas
El Rey De Las Fritas in Little Havana is a bright diner that serves our favorite fritas in Miami.
Ironside Bakery in Little River serves really good sandwiches, toasts, croissants - and is casual enough for a quick lunch or lazy brunch.
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