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Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink

November 28, 2012 | By Adam Roberts | 1 Comment

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The first time that I wrote about Michael’s Genuine Food and Drink (in Miami), I focused on the lighting. In fact, I was so focused on the lighting, I didn’t really write about the meal. Instead, I wrote a post called “When You Can’t See Your Food.” It was very dark in there.

Since then, though, I’ve been back to Michael’s twice for lunch and absolutely loved it. This most recent trip was with my mom and sister-in-law, Tali, (seen above) and as you can see lighting isn’t at all an issue when you’re eating outside at lunch. That’s the time to go.

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Joe’s Stone Crab

May 24, 2011 | By Adam Roberts | 2 Comments

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There’s a secret about Joe’s Stone Crab in Miami that’s so dangerous, so protected that the people who took me there for dinner do not want to be identified.

I could’ve chosen, of course, just to write about the meal like any other meal; focusing on the food instead of the secret, but the secret to me is almost as fascinating as the stone crabs are delicious. In fact, you’ll be waiting an hour and a half for stone crabs if you don’t know the secret.

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The Black Napkins of Boca Raton

May 19, 2011 | By Adam Roberts | 0 Comments

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Did you know that in Boca Raton, Florida, where my family lives, you can request a black napkin instead of a white napkin at restaurants?

I can imagine your reaction. “Why would anyone request such a thing?” I had a similar reaction when I found about it too.

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