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1701 W Flagler St, Miami
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If you happen to be going to a Marlins game, you should be stopping at nearby Edukos for a pre or post-game snack. This Venezuelan spot is very good at empanadas, arepas, and tequenos, which is what you should order over some of their Asian fusion dishes. Their “biggie” empanadas are the size of Arnold from Hey Arnold!’s head and both the classic pabellón and the buffalo chicken “gringo” are good enough to make you happy - even if the Marlins lost.

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