Ten Restaurants Lost In The Hubbub

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The din of our dynamic new wave of dining establishments has diverted

attention from some solid stalwarts of Miami's restaurant scene. These

veteran eateries keep their rooms packed with that portion of the

public that hasn't forgotten, but one hardly ever sees their names in

print anymore; the media has moved on. So, in alphabetical order, ten

great "old wave" places to dine:

AltaMar, South Beach

Caffe Abbracci, Coral Gables

Francesco, Coral Gables

Hy-Vong, Miami

La Dorada, Coral Gables

Osteria del Teatro, South Beach

River Oyster Bar, Downtown Miami

Romeo's Cafe, Miami

Spiga, South Beach

Timo, Sunny Isles

--Lee Klein

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