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Palacio De Los Jugos


5721 W Flagler St, Miami
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If you’re from Miami, there’s a good chance you formed core memories here, sucking down cold batidos through narrow straws, pressing your face against the steam counter to get a better look at the lechon’s pig head, and finding a picnic table by the fans while your parents ordered. Since then, a lot has changed in Miami, but not at the Palacio De Los Jugos on West Flagler. There are just a lot more locations now—and with good reason. The skin surrounding Palacio’s chicharrones is bubbly and crunchy, and their arroz con pollo is fluffy. But you have to get a batido—thick milkshakes made with local tropical fruits—and order the batido de mamey. 

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