This little Greek spot sits in a random yet adorable alleyway that can fool you into thinking you’ve escaped one of Miami’s most chaotic neighborhoods. This place is cozy with some outdoor tables that, again, feel more like a European sidestreet than a place where you can watch at least one car get rear-ended every hour on the hour. You won’t need to worry about any of that here, though, if you take a seat at one of their little wooden tables and order a glass wine and a couple of honey and sesame cheese puffs, which we could probably eat a pound of.
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