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  • Jara and Associates, PA

    1200 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-372-0290

    http://www.jaralaw.com

  • Lowe's

    1851 N. Federal Highway Pompano Beach, FL 33062
    954-545-7381

    http://www.lowes.com

  • Macy's

    5700 W. Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431
    561-393-4400

    http://www.macys.com/?cm_mmc=macys_places-_-Boca%20Raton-_-n-_-757

  • Macy's Aventura

    19535 Biscayne Blvd. Aventura, FL 33180
    305-682-3300

    http://www.macys.com

  • Macy's Town Center

    5700 W. Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431
    561-393-4400

  • Mark Light Stadium

    6201 San Amaro Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-284-2263

  • Marlins Park

    Marlins Park

    1380 NW 6th St. Miami, FL 33125
    305-676-7378

    http://miami.marlins.mlb.com/mia/ballpark/index.jsp Like the chosen moniker for its famous home run statue, some might dub Marlins Park a "Tremenda Mierda" - thanks to owner Jeffrey Loria's success at sinking the city into debt to fund the creation of 37,000 empty seats. But while a trip to this Little Havana venue might reveal disgruntled players and vacant boxes, the stadium itself ain't half bad. From our one-of-a-kind home run monstrosity to the impressive selection of palatable eats, there's plenty to occupy attendees - aside from the obvious bats and balls, that is. Sip a frozen cocktail from the Clevelander and stroll past the gently jiggling bobblehead museum. Snag a BBQ pulled pork sammie from Brother Jimmy's and read up on Orange Bowl history. And if you've got a few minutes to spare, you could always check out an inning or two. That part's optional. Since no one goes to the games, parking's a breeze in the on-site garage or makeshift neighborhood lots. It's also the most sustainable stadium in Major League Baseball, so at least our city's financial ruin wasn't too devastating to the environment. Gotta look at that silver lining, after all. More >>

  • Max Axe Guitars

    Max Axe Guitars

    4467 SW 71st Ave. Miami, FL 33155
    786-454-5808

    http://www.maxaxeguitars.com

  • Miami International Mall

    1455 NW 107th Ave. Doral, FL 33172
    305-263-1413

  • Miami International Merchandise Mart

    711 NW 72nd Ave. Doral, FL 33126
    305-269-4811

    http://www.miamimerchandisemart.com

  • Michaels Diamond

    36 NE 1st St. Miami, FL 33132
    305-374-9490

  • Moksha

    228 NE 59th St. Miami, FL 33137
    305-757-7277

    http://www.mokshafamily.org

  • Palma Sola Bay

    8400 Manatee Ave. W. Bradenton, FL 34209
    855-510-1170

    http://www.beachhorses.com

  • Pink Ghost Hollywood

    1888 Polk St. Hollywood, FL 33020
    954-616-1304

    http://www.pinkghost.net

  • Racks Italian Bistro and Market

    Racks Italian Bistro and Market

    3933 NE 163rd St. North Miami Beach, FL 33160
    305-917-7225

    http://www.grrestaurant.com The concise menu here is slightly more extensive than at owner Gary Rack's other venue, Table 42 Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar in Boca Raton (formerly Coal Mine Pizza). Both spots specialize in coal-fired pies but also offer starters, salads, and pastas; Racks adds a handful of fish, meat, and poultry entrées to the mix. Pizza isn't the official headliner, but it surely steals the show. The most basic version gets topped with tomato sauce, fiore di latte and Reggiano cheeses, olive oil, basil, and little crackles of sea salt. The dough gets baked in a fiery hearth; the resultant crust is crisp, lightly blistered, and slightly puffed around the edges. Same characteristics defined the base of a white pie lusty with smoked mozzarella and Reggiano cheeses embedded with spinach and delicate wisps of prosciutto. A grilled artichoke appetizer gets heaped with capers, tomatoes, roasted pepers, herbs, garlic, moistened breadcrumbs, and ricotta al forno - delicious. A selection of imported charcuterie and cheeses is tendered with the intent of guests composing their own combo platter from the five choices in each category - $6 per item or $24 for five. We loved the Sunday-supper-style rigatoni in a smooth, slightly tart "gravy" made with San Marzano tomatoes and laden with a large, flavorful meatball; Italian sausage; a tender square of moistly roasted pork; and a dollop of ricotta cheese. Starters run $9 to $14, salads are $10 to $13, pizzas $13 to $17, and pastas $16 to $19 (except the $23 Sunday supper). Veal or chicken parmigiana is $19, and other main dishes go for $24 or $25 (some fish specials fetch a higher "market price"). If you're looking for a better deal, head to Racks on Wednesdays after 5 p.m. for a big, beautiful $5 Harris Ranch Angus hamburger. More >>

  • Ron Jon Surf Shop

    2610 Sawgrass Mills Circle Sunrise, FL 33323
    954-846-1880

  • Sawgrass Mills Mall

    12801 W. Sunrise Blvd. Sunrise, FL 33323
    888-516-2856

  • Segal Institute

    1065 NE 125th St. Miami, FL 33161
    305-722-8444

    http://www.segaltrials.com

  • Sexy Wonders

    1958 NE 163rd St. North Miami Beach, FL 33162
    305-945-8700

    http://www.sexywonders.com

  • The Shade Post

    2028 Harrison St. Hollywood, FL 33020
    786-709-3125

  • Shell Lumber and Hardware

    Shell Lumber and Hardware

    2733 SW 27th Ave. Coconut Grove, FL 33133
    305-856-6401

  • Shell Station

    2600 N. 29 Ave. Hollywood, FL 33020

  • Sweat Records

    Sweat Records

    5505 NE Second Ave. Miami, FL 33137
    786-693-9309

    http://www.sweatrecordsmiami.com In the days of digital, for a record store to thrive requires more than a little entrepreneurial spirit - and the music Gods looking kindly on you doesn't hurt either. Luckily, Sweat Records is much more than a record retailer. The Little Haiti venue is the unofficial headquarters for Miami's indie set. It's a music store, cafe and event space that hosts everything from vegan brunches to movie nights. Their on-site vegan coffee bar serves up local favorite Panther Coffee, empanadas and other baked eats. And in addition to music, they sell magazines, books, gifts and other carefully curated made-in-Miami offerings for the hipster crew. The question is, what can't Sweat do? More >>

  • Tremont Towing

    1861 Bay Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-2395

  • Uncle Sam

    Uncle Sam's Music

    939 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-0973

    http://www.unclesamsmusic.com Independent record stores are a rare find these days. But for those who want a little dose of classic counter culture, there's still Uncle Sam's Music. This Washington Ave outpost has been Miami Beach's flagship music shop since 1984. They've got all things vinyl - plus CDs, t-shirts, DVDs, candy, music gear, incense and all kinds of other odds and ends. More than a store, it's a musical epicenter. They host acoustic shows, sell rare releases and serve as the experts on all things instrumental. So stop wasting your money on iTunes and get a little culture with your coinage, instead. More >>

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