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For vegetarians, vegetable enthusiasts, and those constantly trying and failing to make the fully veg switch, scanning a menu and finding one suitable dish can leave you, well, empty. So, stop letting meat-heavy spreads disappoint you, and find some truly tasty alternatives to MIA's beloved surf-and-turf selections.
Our guide to the seven best vegetarian restaurants in Miami includes counters that serve killer seitan to a cowboy saloon in Wynwood, the best beet juice in Coconut Grove, vegan s'mores (oh yes, these exist) in Little Haiti, and more — we’re pretty sure you won’t be hungry after eating one of our picks, but you’ll be starving by the time you’re done with our slideshow.
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