Welcome to our monthly Find. Eat. Drink. trending report, highlighting the top five spots where chefs, bartenders, and industry pros are eating and drinking around Miami.

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Juvia: Recommended by Dean Max 
“I like coming here for Champagne, the raw seafood, and their great view of the city,” recommends chef Dean Max (DJM Restaurants). Chef Laurent Cantineaux describes his food at Juvia as “a blend of Japanese, French and Peruvian cuisines that entertain a wide range of clientele. We were excited to win a James Beard Award for design.” 1111 Lincoln Road, 305-763-8272


 

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Blue Collar: Recommended by Trevor Alberts
A unique take on comfort food from chef and owner Danny Serfer. Located in MiMo, you'll find a wide range of dishes on the menu from Chanukah latkes to a Cuban sandwich with Serrano ham to grilled mahi mahi. Bartender Trevor Alberts of the Martini Bar at The Raleigh loves both the meat and vegetarian dishes. “They also do great ribs and serve Narragansett out of the can. It is one of those indulgent places that does it really well and for a great price.” 6730 Biscayne Blvd., 305-756-0366


 

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Bread + Butter: Recommended by Julio Cabrera
“The best pan con bistec in Miami and also a fish sandwich to die for,” says Cuban-born barman Julio Cabrera of the Regent Cocktail Club. “It is another level of Cuban cuisine.” This is a Nuevo Cubano diner own by a Cuban-American chef who studied under chefs Robbin Haas and Norman Van Aken. The menu features unique twists on the classics like a Reuben with house-cured pastrami, chicharron Eden Farms pork belly with truffle black bean purée, and Humboldt Fog goat cheese flan for dessert. 2330 Salzedo St., 305-442-9622


 

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MC Kitchen: Recommended by Matt Hinckley
“The Artichoke Heart Bruschetta is ridonkulous. I’d eat here just for that appetizer,” recommends chef Matt Hinckley of The Hoxton. Chef Dena Marino cooks Modern Italian cuisine. She’s serving up local seafood, pasta, Niman Ranch pork chops and short ribs, black angus filet and heritage breed poulet rouge. 4141 NE 2nd Ave., 305-456-9948


 

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The Corner: Roel Alcudia 
Chef Roel Alcudia of The Cypress Room comes here when he’s burning the midnight oil since “it’s open until five in the morning.” Located among the warehouses in Downtown Miami, they serve sandwiches, salads, French croques (monsieur, madame, and popeye), snacks like hot dogs, deviled eggs, and chips and dip. They also have an impressive craft beer list, classic and creative cocktails, wine, and spirits. 1035 N. Miami Ave., 305-961-7887

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