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Restaurants with a View

When it’s time to eat out in Pinecrest, very few of the options include Al Fresco dining – largely because most restaurants in the Village are on busy Dixie Highway, not the best place for an outdoor café. 

Now that situation is rectified with the advent of the new Dadeland Terrace Dining Wing. Officially opened in late May, the new outdoor dining area affords open air seating to the clients of Aoki Teppanyaki, Aroma Espresso Bar & Cafe, Balans, Bobby’s Burger Palace, and Earls Kitchen + Bar.

“Many of these [restaurants] are firsts for the Miami market,” says Irma Castor, the mall manager for Dadeland. “Plus, they come with an outdoor view, another first for this area.”

 

Photo by Felipe Cuevas

 

 

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