Co­conut Grove

Where Miami - - THE GUIDE | DINING -

THE LOKAL— Amer­i­can. Lo­cals and new­com­ers alike en­joy this com­fort food spot with fa­vorites like the Frita by Kush: burger topped with guava jelly, melted gruyere, stuffed with potato sticks, crispy ba­con and a local sauce, fresh al­li­ga­tor strips made from local al­li­ga­tor, LoKal Key lime pie and much more. www.lokalmi­ami.com. 3190 Com­modore Plaza, Miami, 305.442.3377. GREENSTREET CAFE— Amer­i­can. A pop­u­lar cor­ner spot in the Grove, it serves break­fast, of­fers din­ing all day and has an out­door lounge. Greenstreet Cafe is a true bea­con in Co­conut Grove nightlife, with hugely pop­u­lar nights like Whiskey Wed­nes­day’s, this cafe wel­comes and en­ter­tains all va­ri­eties of Miami na­tives and new­com­ers. www. green­street­cafe.net. 3468 Main High­way, Co­conut Grove, 305.444.0244. MONTY’S RAW BAR— Seafood. Monty’s brings fresh seafood, live en­ter­tain­ment and din­ing while over­look­ing the wa­ter. Happy hour is 4-8 pm (M-F) with live mu­sic nightly and a DJ on week­ends. Stone crabs all year. Lunch and din­ner served daily 11:30 am-11 pm and F-Sa till 1 am. www. mon­tys­raw bar. com. 2550 S. Bayshore Drive, Co­conut Grove, 305.856.3992; 300 Al­ton Road, Miami Beach Ma­rina, 305.672.1148.

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