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LNB Grovestand operates from a quiet parking lot in West Kendall on Saturday and Sunday, and it's more of a farmer's market than a restaurant. They do, however, make a turmeric everything bagel with scallion cream cheese that is worth traveling for, no matter how far from West Kendall you may be. They only offer them on Sundays, but these are bagels well worth carving into your calendar. The turmeric gives them a golden color and (obviously) a subtle turmeric flavor. But, turmeric aside, these are also just pitch-perfect bagels: a light, bubbly crisp on the outside that gives way to a soft, chewy interior. It's as perfect a bagel as we've found in Miami—and it pairs beautifully with the rainbow smoothies (made with local tropical fruits) they also make here. There are no tables where you can eat, so take it to the nearby Camp Matecumbe Children’s Park for a bagel picnic.

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