This popular Brickell restaurant is good in the same way that terribly cheesy movies are good. Every once in a while it can be fun, but if you watch one every day, your body might turn into goo. That’s how we feel about La Moon’s hot dogs, which are 9 to 12 inches long and covered in enough sauce and toppings to make you wonder if there is, in fact, a hot dog located underneath. La Moon also has more subdued, traditional Colombian food like arepas, but it’s hard to resist a 12-inch hot dog with bacon, potato sticks, and a quail egg on top - just like it's hard to resist a Fast & Furious marathon on premium cable.
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