Frieze is an ice cream shop that’s been open since Miami Vice was on the air. It’s that kind of charming neighborhood scoop shop with bright fluorescent lights, hypothermia-inducing AC, and a staff exclusively made up of teenagers. The ice cream is kosher and they have non-dairy sorbet made with real fruit. There are no ridiculous flavors or sundae monstrosities that exist only for photos here - just mostly cups and cones you can take with you down nearby Lincoln Road.
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Ted’s is a dive bar in South of Fifth. It’s pretty much the only place in South of Fifth with cheapish beer and no dress code.
Forte dei Marmi
Forte dei Marmi is South Beach’s most grown-up restaurant, come for a special occasion with people who like good Italian food.
Joe’s Stone Crab
Joe’s Stone Crab is a seafood restaurant in South Beach that’s over 100-years-old. It’s famous for long waits and stone crabs.
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Dasher and Crank
Dasher and Crank is an ice cream shop in Wynwood with some really interesting flavors that taste great too.
Tio Colo is a Hialeah restaurant best known for its Cuban ice cream sandwiches, or bocaditos de helado.
Frice is a scoop shop inside The Citadel in Little Haiti. Their ice cream is incredibly good.
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Azucar Ice Cream Company
Azucar Ice Cream Company serves Cuban-inspired ice cream in Little Havana, including their famous Abuela Maria flavor.
Chotto Matte is an expensive Peruvian/Japanese restaurant on Lincoln Road that’s not worth your time or money.
Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop & Cafe
Fireman Derek’s is a small bakery in Wynwood that serves pretty over-the-top cakes and pies. They’re great if you really love dessert.
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