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This South Beach spot makes very tasty Mediterranean food, including gyros. It’s a low-key place where you’ll probably see a bathroom door being propped open with a rusty kettlebell or drunk tourists on the hunt for something to eat. But what it lacks in looks, it makes up for in slow-turning, juicy beef. You’ll have a prime view as they shave off slices just for you. Just try not to look too creepy while you stare at it.

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Where To Eat After The Beach If You’re A Little Sandy And Gross guide image
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Where To Eat After The Beach If You’re A Little Sandy And Gross

When you’re sandy, sweaty, and too hungry to go home and change, go to one of these spots.

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