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On the Road: Food Network Stars' Favorite Miami Restaurants

Miami's reputation for dancing and music goes hand in hand with its spicy Latin cuisine. From Italian to Cuban to New American and Chinese, Miami casts a wide net to find the best, freshest flavors.

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Michael's Genuine Food & Drink

Michael Symon and Scott Conant both loved the desserts at Michael’s Genuine (like homemade toaster pastries or the chocolate-packed Popcorn and Peanuts) on The Best Thing I Ever Ate. But for savory satisfaction, nothing quite compares to beloved brunch favorite the Roasted Double Yolk Egg with melted Gruyère.
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CVI.CHE 105

For the spicy side of Miami, Heat Seekers Aarón Sánchez and Roger Mooking headed to CVI.CHE 105 for Ceviche Anconero, a popular Peruvian dish made with corvina fish, octopus, calamari and a spicy blend of rocoto and chile peppers. 
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Joe's Stone Crabs

Since 1913, Joe's has delivered stone crab claws with a simple yet oh-so-tasty chilled mustard sauce. They're so good that Bobby called them his obsession on The Best Thing I Ever Ate. For a tangy finale, try Joe's Original Homemade Key Lime Pie.

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La Camaronera Restaurant & Fish Market

Since 1976, La Camaronera has served and sold fresh seafood the Little Havana way. On Triple D, Guy learned that means that every lobster, shrimp and green plantain gets coated in golden batter and fried. For the best fish fry, locals order the signature lobster bites.

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