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BY­B­LOS MIAMI— Mediter­ranean. This restau­rant re­cently opened at the James Royal Palm with Ex­ec­u­tive Chef Stu­art Cameron at the helm. To pro­vide the best in eastern Mediter­ranean fare, Cameron trav­eled through­out the re­gion to cre­ate an au­then­tic menu of fam­ily-style din­ing, in­fus­ing lo­cal fa­vorites with over­seas flair, such as the use of Ar­gan and olive oils. www. by­blos­mi­ami.com. 1545 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.508.5041. HAKKASAN— Asian. Alan Yau, the owner of Bri­tain’s only Miche­lin-rated Chi­nese restau­rant, Hakkasan, de­buted his first restau­rant in the U.S. at the Fon­tainebleau Miami Beach. It fea­tures tra­di­tional Can­tonese clas­sics and house spe­cial­ties rein­ter­preted for a con­tem­po­rary, non-con­ven­tional palate. Lo­cated on the fourth-floor rooftop, it af­fords guests a stun­ning view of the beach and the At­lantic Ocean. www. fon­tainebleau.com. 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 877.326.7412. IZZY’S FISH & OYS­TER— Seafood. This out­post from famed restau­ra­teur Jamie DeRosa fea­tures New Eng­land fare in­clud­ing Maine lob­ster roll, golden po­tato gnoc­chi with oys­ters, sugar snap salad, fried clam bel­lies, crab salad BLTs and Bos­ton cream pie. www. izzys­mi­ami.com. 423 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305.397.8843. JU­VIA— French. A park­ing garage near Miami Beach’s fa­mous Lin­coln Road

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