4 joints for drinking like a local in Miami
1) The Anderson
From the owners of Broken Shaker, this place lacks the tourist-y vibe that BS now has. Maybe it just hasn’t been discovered yet. But it has the same great mixology and similarly interesting eats, such as the Korean vegetable pancake with kale and Chef’s kimchee. Also, live music.
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