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BYBLOS MI­AMI— Mediter­ranean. Re­cently opened at The Royal Palm Ho­tel, Byblos pro­vides the best in Eastern Mediter­ranean fare. Ex­ec­u­tive Chef 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. JOE’S STONE CRAB— Seafood. For nearly a cen­tury, no visit to South Beach dur­ing sea­son has been com­plete with­out din­ing at Joe’s Stone Crab. Feast on such sa­vory le­gends as Joe’s stone crab claws served in their sig­na­ture mus­tard sauce, creamed spinach, clam chow­der and Key Lime pie. Or­der their de­li­cious spe­cial­ties on­line, too. Closes in May, re­opens in Oct. D ( W-Sa). www. joes­stonecrab.com. 11 Washington Ave., 305.673.0365. JUVIA— French. A park­ing garage near Mi­ami Beach’s fa­mous Lin­coln Road is home to Juvia, a chic restau­rant where chefs pre­pare an eclec­tic mix of Peru­vian, Ja­panes and French-in­spired dishes. The ul­tra-mod­ern, so­phis­ti­cated space max­i­mizes the open space show­cas­ing breath­tak­ing views of South Beach and a bird’s eye view of passersby in the open-air pedes­trian mall. L (Sa-Su), D (daily). www.ju­vi­ami­ami.com. 1111 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305.763.8272. LOS FUEGOS BY FRAN­CIS MALLMANN— Latin Amer­i­can. Ex­pect a con­tem­po­rary take on tra­di­tional Ar­gen­tine cui­sine with the same bold fla­vors from in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned chef Fran­cis Mallmann. Los Fuegos, lo­cated in the Ve­randa of the ho­tel, of­fers an au­then­tic South Amer­i­can din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, com­plete with an out­door fire kitchen, rooted in the tra­di­tional “asado” (out­door bar­be­cues). www.faena.com/ mi­ami-beach. 3201 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 786.655.5600. PRIME 112— Steak­house. Sobe hotspot at the Brown’s Ho­tel is a New Amer­i­can steak­house that serves more than just steak; it draws a hip, lively clien­tele. Reser­va­tions are strongly sug­gested for seat­ing in the main din­ing room. www.prime112.com. 112 Ocean Drive, Mi­ami Beach, 305.532.8112. SUSHI SAMBA DROMO— Latin Amer­i­can. A mar­riage of Ja­panese, Peru­vian and Brazil­ian cui­sine is fea­tured in this restau­rant, which is set amid bustling Lin­coln Road Mall. The pop­u­lar spot also serves fab­u­lous cock­tails and stays open past mid­night. www.sushisamba. com. 600 Lin­coln Road, 305.673.5337.

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