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The most delicious bite in Winwood, Miami

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Wynwood is one of the most exciting areas to explore while visiting Miami. Although the area was quite rough, it is now a center of culture, art and of course food. You can wander around and take in the stunning street art, visit the boutique shops and enjoy the amazing art at Winwood Wall. When you satisfy your hunger, there are plenty of great places to try that will captivate your taste buds. There are some dining areas to check out while you are there.

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Zack the Baker

Zak the Baker is a fantastic bakery and cafe that offers great bread, delicious battery pastries and lots of delicious food that you can come back to anytime while you are in the area. You should absolutely try their cranberry walnut pickle bread, and probably take a loaf of bread home with you when you do it.

Zack the Baker

Zack the Baker

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There is a reason why it is so difficult to get a table in Kyu, it is very good. Thai fried rice stone pots, soft-shelled crab bao buns, roasted cauliflower, or juicy fried chicken are almost all dishes that you can order to delight a crowd. Our recommendation is to order and share everything, so that you can enjoy the most at once. Just keep in mind that this place gets packed really fast, so make a reservation.

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Blessings

Doya is a great Mediterranean restaurant that focuses on Aegean cuisine with beautiful outdoor dining, a large and inviting indoor dining room and delicious food. There are plenty of table small meals that you can order for the whole table. You should also try octopus salad, lamb kebabs and oysters with wine and garlic sauce that will force you to lick your fingers.

Blessings

Blessings

Salty donuts

Although the interior space at Salty Donut is very small, this place is absolutely worth the wait in line. The donuts are among the best in the area. Donuts in their soft and delicious brooches come in a variety of exciting flavors, such as guava and cheese, brown butter and salt, and white chocolate trace leach. Their iced coffee is also great, and it’s a perfect complement to a donut or two… or five.

Salty donuts

Salty donuts

Coyo

Koyo serves some of Miami’s most delicious tacos. This explains why there is a line outside the door, but we promise that it is worth a lot. Try the Crispy Duck (Carnitas de Pato) with Chiptal Ioli, you won’t be sorry. At night, you will notice that the place is full of extra people, but there is a small nightclub behind it.

Coyo

Coyo

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