MIAReview

7.0

Graziano's Market

Perfect For:Quick Eats

This is the original location of what’s now become a big Miami chain of Argentinean markets and steakhouses. This original location is also the one with the best food. It’s a dependable spot to get a decent empanada if you’re looking for a quick bite. But you can also find ready-to-eat marinated tongue, ensalada rusa, and dozens of things overstuffed with dulce de leche. You can also get giant jars filled with the sticky caramelized milk, imported Argentinean steak, housemade pastas, and a solid selection of South American wines. There are a handful of tables inside, but this place is mainly a takeout operation.

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