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Imagine you are traveling, say, in Miami. Naturally, one thing you would probably want to do would be to try some of the best specialty food establishments in that area, which would probably lead you to look for the best Latin restaurants in Miami. You would have a lot of choices! In fact, one of the most popular cuisines in the U.S. is actually Mexican food, which is sold in one out of every ten restaurants in the country. Here are five very popular dishes from Latin American cuisine which you would likely find in the best Latin restaurants in Miami.

1. Arepa

From Colombia and Brazil, this corn flour dough is light, fluffy, and delectable! Presented in the shape of a saucer, it is often fi...

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Mexican dishes are prepared with an incredible amount of delicious and varied ingredients. There’s really something for everybody! If you’re checking out Mexican restaurants and looking for the best Mexican cuisine, here are five tips to let you know you’re on the right track.

1. Salsa

Tip number one is that in the top Mexican restaurants, the salsa is always homemade. You won’t ever see it coming out of a jar! There are many ways to prepare salsa, and the best Mexican cuisine often features more than one option.

2. Tacos

Tip number two focuses on the taco, a staple of authentic, delicious Mexican dishes. Only the freshest ingredients are used in the best Mexican cuisin...

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Mexican cuisine is believed to be a derivate of similarly prepared foods from the Mayan civilization as far as 2,000 years ago. Whatever they were doing back then, it was -- and remains -- unequivocally delicious.

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A vital pairing with the delectable cuisines from local Mexican restaurants and Latin restaurants is tequila. Without properly knowing tequila, it's difficult to properly order and enjoy. The particular elements of true tequila will help lead you to sip on the right stuff.

Where to start? The best Mexican food in Miami (and everywhere) begins with ingredients and history. So it is with tequila.

Agave Plant

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Agave plants are giant cactus-looking things from the same family as as...

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You're blessed with a prime location in the United States. Hurricanes notwithstanding, southern Florida is beautiful. You could be blindfolded and still stumble into some of the best brunch spots in Miami, just follow your nose.

Coral Gables, with a total population of about 46,780, is located just south of Miami, and you better believe that more than a few from that number have brunched less than gracefully. You should already know the basics of dining in public, but there are so many people who treat restaurants as their dining rooms and the wait staff as the help.

As much as we're here to serve you and provide a fabulous brunch experience, there are some dos and don'ts that every courteous...

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Mexican cuisine has a history as vast and diverse as its flavors. Although many contributions came from the Spanish, it is believed that true Mexican food originated with the Mayan culture as far as 2,000 years ago.

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The four pillars of Mayan cuisine were (and still are, in regions like the Yucatán): achiote, citrus, habaneros, and smoke. Considering the fact that Mexicans rarely ate meat before the Spanish introduced a variety of livestock (including sheep, pigs, and cows) in 1521, many of the ingredients we know and love today are original Mexican veggies.

Back to Basics

Here are the classic staples of Mexican cuisine.


Chilies: The tasty food has always had a reputation for being spic...

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You may be someone who’s never gone out for brunch, or you may be that person who keeps an alphabetized list of all the best brunch places in town. Whether you’re a brunch newbie or an alternative breakfast connoisseur, chances are you know what the brunch has come to represent in US culture: relaxation, indulgence, and fun.

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Surprisingly, common understandings surrounding this meal reflect the history of the time it was born.

Origins

It’s unclear where or when brunch originated. Some believe that it emerged from the traditional English hunt breakfast, which featured elaborate hearty courses around midday. Others think brunch is rooted in the Catholic church, whose clergy wou...

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Some of the most varied and best Latin American cuisine options exist in Mexico. Many Americans are surprised by Mexico's rich history of seafood-based cuisine. It's simply not what they have associated with their image of 'Mexican food', even if they're acquainted with authentic Mexican dishes vs. Tex-Mex. But in truth, to really delve into traditional Mexican foods as a whole, you need to consider its different regions.

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Most Mexican and Latin American cuisine experts agree that Mexico has seven main regions with distinct culinary styles: the North, the North Pacific Coast, the Bajio, the South Pacific Coast, the South, the Gulf, and Central Mexico. The Yucatan peninsula is nestled between...

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With Miami Spice ending on September 30, there are still a few more days to make the most of the best restaurant deals city has to offer. One of the best places to look? Coral Gables, Miami's most historic neighborhood. Coral Gables was designed to be an international city and is now home to more than 20 consulates and foreign government offices and more than 140 multinational corporations. The wide variety of cultures and nations represented in Coral Gables means that you'll have plenty of access to various cuisines from around the world. Here are some places to find the best brunch, best lunch, and best breakfast in Coral Gables and the surrounding area.

Talavera Cocina Mexicana

This upscale...

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In the United States, one out of every ten restaurants serves Mexican food, definitively making it the most popular type of international cuisine in the country. We're proud of our food, but we know that one of the cornerstones of having the best brunch is cocktails.

The best brunch spots in Miami always take the time to create thoughtful cocktails to pair with brunch. It'd be impossible to name every single beverage out there, so we've opted for three classic favorites.

Let's kick this brunch off the right way.

Paloma

Authentic Mexican restaurants worth their salt know that the Paloma -- not the Margarita -- is one of the most universally loved Mexican cocktails. We'd argue that the best ...

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Coral Gables is one of South Florida's sparkling gems that is known by many as the "City Beautiful." Not only is it one of the oldest areas in South Florida with a long history, but it is also filled with new and exciting places to visit. The city, with its the Mediterranean influences, is an extremely desirable destination for residents and visitors of the Miami area.


For those who haven't been, or even for the 46,780 people who lived there as of 2017, Coral Gables is a must-see city. While you're there, be sure to check out these amazing experiences and attractions.

The Coral Gables Museum

The Coral Gables Museum has a unique mission: to celebrate, investigate and navigate through the hi...

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