Miami's Best Late-Night Eats

Miami's Best Late-Night Eats

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Sure, there's Denny's and Taco Bell, but there's also some damn fine grub to be had in Miami in those wee hours before the sun comes up. Chow down here.

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    Who doesn't love a steaming bowl of shrimp udon ($15) or some steak chow fun ($16) to sop up the poisons of our transgressions? It's a little like rehab in a bowl.
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    Try the fried chicken tacos, slathered with ancho ranch dressing to soothe that oncoming hangover, or have a few breakfast tacos, because eggs and cheese cure everything.
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    Open until 5 a.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. weekends, this is the place to soak up the night's booze with a plate of deviled eggs ($5), a dish of smoky weenies ($6), or the perfect BLT made with applewood-smoked bacon.
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    Friday and Saturday, while the main club serves a smaller menu of sushi, burgers, pizza, and snacks all day (and night) long. The kitchen never closes -- a perfect metaphor for Miami itself.
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    For 40 years, this restaurant has been catering to night birds of all ages who heed the siren song of a well-made Cuban sandwich ($6.95) and political chatter. It's open until 3:30 a.m. during the week, 4:30 a.m. Saturday, and 2:30 a.m. Sunday.
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    Where can you get slow-cooked brisket or ribs at 2 a.m. with a few shots of bourbon? None other than Tobacco Road, where you can also scarf down a "death" burger, wings, and salads till 3 a.m. Monday through Saturday (kitchen closes at midnight Sunday).
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    Sandwiches filled with pâté ($7.90), French salami ($7.90), smoked salmon ($7.60), or any other combination of meats and cheeses are made on buttery croissants or fresh French bread and satisfy your sleepless artistic soul.
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    It's midnight and you want something that soothes the tummy and soul. That's the kimchee hot pot ($10.50). This steaming bowl of deliciousness is filled with sweet and spicy flavors guaranteed to prevent any hangover.
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    If we could make the perfect drunk food, it would be La Moon's giant perro Colombianos ($4.95) and supermoon perros, topped with bacon and a quail egg ($5.99).
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    Steve's Pizza is highly coveted for its simply divine pies. Thin, crisp crust is slathered with slightly sweet and tangy tomato sauce before being covered with a blanket of molten mozzarella cheese.
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