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The exterior of Nando Grill with giant palapa.
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Nando Grill Homestead

Venezuelan

Homestead

$$$$Perfect For:Big GroupsKidsDancingLive Music
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If you love eating parrilla in a giant palapa while an electric harp brings people to their feet, Nando is for you. This spot just west of the zoo makes the best Venezuelan carne en vara we’ve had in Miami. It’s also perfect for a big group meal. There are massive combo platters full of steak, pork ribs, cachapas, and more piled high on lazy susans. The meat is marinated in salt and grilled “en la vara” (cooked on a rod and over an open flame), so it’s tender, juicy, and seasoned just right. Nando also has pony rides, live music, dancers, and a bounce house, so it’s great for kids. But things get wild at night when the music turns up (and so does the crowd). It’s open Friday for dinner and from 12pm to 11:30pm on Saturday and Sunday. Music and dancing usually start around 3pm. 

A platter of grilled meat.

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