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The US Top Chef winner — and recipient of one of Florida’s first Michelin stars — shares his favourite spots for food, golf and spearfishing
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Three eateries that embody the inimitable buzz of the Magic City — complete with such ultra-Miami touches as a trippy tunnel, fluffy lapdogs and attention-grabbing dishes
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