Brazilian: Varanda has self-proclaimed to be Miami's oldest Brazilian cafe, serving three square meals per day, and who's going to argue? Lauded by Food Network and other authorities for its simply delicious grilled fish and its picanha in garlic with Brazilian sausage, this ambitious restaurant, with a handful of outdoor tables, is the little cafe that could. Varanda represents Miami enough so that celebrities also call in here occasionally for its thoroughly authentic feijoada, though you might have to fight for a seat during prime hours on a Saturday, the only day that it's served. Indeed, every item from its pastel de carne ou queijo (meat- or cheese-filled pastries) to its moqueca de peixe is the real, yummy thing.
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