Miami's Best Mac and Cheese

Miami's Best Mac and Cheese

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These mac and cheeses are stuffed with lobster, truffles, pork belly, and all sorts of things that weren't in the boxed macaroni your mom used to make.

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    Fresh herbs, lobster-filled dish, some of the best mac and cheese in town.
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    Don’t let that giant, intimidating guard at the end of the bridge to Grove Isle intimidate you. As long as you tell him you’re there to visit the place slinging this Lobster Cavatappi Carbonara mac and cheese, he’ll wave you right through.
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    The guys at this Brickell craft beer-and-‘tail emporium know they make a pretty good mac and cheese, but also know that you can probably make it better, so they start out with gnocchi mac topped with aged Gruyere.
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    This Mid-Beach mainstay’s new chef takes preserved black truffles, truffle oil, truffle vinegar, and truffle jus, combines it with three kinds of cheese and elbow mac.
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    Maine lobster, lump crab & jumbo shrimp are tossed with creamy cheeses, shiitake mushrooms, and trottole pasta, then topped with truffle oil and Medicare fraud, presumably.
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    Oh, you hate vermouth cream, Parm, white cheddar, Oaxaca cheese, and Andouille bread crumbs, do you? Then stay away from this Las Olas drinking den that’s serving it all up alongside their massive menu of pub favorites.
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    Because a cheese- and bread-filled side isn’t QUITE the coronary-on-a-plate coup de grace required when eating their fried chicken tacos, the folks as HuaHuas cook this pasta in a pan with queso blanco, Oaxaca, Jack, and cotija cheese.
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    After trying their duck fat fries, and Michael Mina’s decadent, black truffle-filled take on mac and cheese, and maybe even one of Miami’s best burgers or best steaks (or both!), you might start thinking about moving.
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    This treif-tastic number from Blue Collar’s Danny Serfer is perhaps the most un-kosher menu item ever made by a Jewish guy, all thanks to cavatappi pasta tossed with trugole, cheddar, and Parm.
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