Best Restaurants in North Miami

Best Restaurants in North Miami

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What in this map are the top restaurants you most likely missed while cruising Biscayne Boulevard or 123rd Street and surrounding areas.

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    Captain Jim's offers seafood that's fresh off the boat with plastic cutlery & paper plates. The raw bar is designated with a sign made from butcher paper & colored markers. Who needs fancy when you have claws, oysters, grouper sandwiches & conch fritters?
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    The beer list is insane & handwritten. The burgers are great, but the macaroni 'n cheese & the chili are some of the best bowls anywhere. You can order a bowl of each and mix together for a killer chili-mac that begs to be washed down with a Belgian brew.
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    The shrimp are plump, the noodles are handmade and drunken, and you can swig some Phuket Thai beer while speaking to the Ricky, the preteen son of the owners.
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    Top Chef alum Howie "Bulldog" Kleinberg has a meatastic joint with dogs (duh), burgers, brisket, ribs, and so much more. If you are feeling extra-devilish, try the Luther, with a Krispy Kreme-inspired glazed doughnut bun.
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    Some dishes are a bit pricey, but the lunch specials are a good deal (averaging about $9.50). Delicious desserts such as flan à la mode will satisfy a sweet-tooth.
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    They serve plenty of old-school items you thought were long forgotten, like a deconstructed caesar salad and baked Alaska. But here you're glad to see them resurrected.
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    Try the picadillo ($7.99), a hearty portion of well-seasoned ground beef with green peas and peppers accompanied with delicious rice and black beans.
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    For a fantastic French meal in a cozy 24-seat restaurant, Petit Rouge is your neighborhood bistro. The classic escargots, steak frites, and French onion soup topped with melted Gruyère are all stellar.
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    When the lunch hour rolls around and you don't know what you want, most likely visions of sandwiches, soups, and salads circle your mind. Cane a Sucre carries them all, and they are expertly prepared and well priced.
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    It's always crowded, especially Sundays; the dingy walls are covered in graffiti; and the slouching, tattooed cashiers take your order with the proper air of indifference.
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