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by Brad Keeton » Thu Dec 03, 2009 4:17 pm

We're taking a long weekend to Miami/Coral Gables for wedding in January. Any recommendations?

We're staying in the Coral Gables area, and will be car-less, so the shorter the cab ride the better.
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Re: Miami/Coral Gables

by Ed Vermillion » Sat Dec 05, 2009 10:37 am

Brad,

Last time I passed through the area I remember eating at a good cuban place in Coral Gables proper called Havana Harry's, that was a while past and cannot advise if they are still open. While people will say it's a tourist destination I have found that nobody has stone crab claws better than Joe's. A plate full of those and their mustard sauce is pure pleasure, in my opinion.

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Re: Miami/Coral Gables

by John Greenup » Sun Dec 13, 2009 5:54 pm

Ed Vermillion wrote:Brad,

Last time I passed through the area I remember eating at a good cuban place in Coral Gables proper called Havana Harry's, that was a while past and cannot advise if they are still open. While people will say it's a tourist destination I have found that nobody has stone crab claws better than Joe's. A plate full of those and their mustard sauce is pure pleasure, in my opinion.

Ed


Ditto Joe's -- fantastic crabs!
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