The Art Deco district in South Beach offers the restaurants of the most different trends. Sophisticated gourmands will easily find a restaurant of French cuisine with the excellent frog legs on the menu or a Belorussian cuisine restaurant serving speciality meat pockets (or pelmeni). Those tourists tending to more budgetary establishments will love local cafes serving fresh salads, hamburgers and refreshing drinks.
The upscale establishments of complete variety are concentrated in the Coral Gables and Coconut Grove districts. These are the established destinations for genuine connoisseurs of haute cuisine. The heart of the Little Havana district is beset with a popular eating establishment – the Centro Vasco restaurant, being a popular spot of attraction for youth. Though Miami offers different restaurants meeting every wish and desire the local folks give preference to the Caribbean cuisine.
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