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The Maíz Project

Perfect For:Lunch


1601 Drexel Ave, Miami Beach
Earn 3X Points

Maíz Project is a vendor inside South Beach’s Time Out Market making really delicious (and unique) Venezuelan arepas. The arepas have a purplish color and are made with heirloom corn. Filling options include cheese, steak, mushroom, and there’s usually a weekly special too. These are much different than most Venezuelan arepas you'll find in Miami, and more expensive too (around $15). But they're really good and worth trying if you’re on a mission to eat every arepa variation available in Miami (which you should be). Also, get tequeños. Always get tequeños.

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