5 Restaurants to Eat in Miami if you Come to Hispanicize

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From March 16 to March 20, over 2,000 bloggers, community managers, online editors, writers, experts in digital marketing, instagramers, journalists, producers of digital content, public relations people, viners and youtubers, will met in Miami to be part of Hispanicize 2015. The event will take place at the InterContinental Miami in Downtown.

If anything distinguishes Miami is its gastronomic offer. Following are five restaurants you cannot miss when you come to Hispanicize. All are 0.3 miles from the InterContinental and will take you 7-8 minutes walking.

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Area 31. Only the view from the terrace of the Epic Hotel on the 16th floor, it’s worth it. But besides the panoramic view, the kitchen and philosophy of chef Wolfgang Birk are an invitation to enjoy. The name Area 31 was taken from Fishing Area 31 designated by the United Nations for Food and Agriculture, and comprising the marine waters of the southeast Atlantic, the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea and the northeastern costs of South America. The UN designated this area as a place of sustainable development, a vision that Area 31 supports. 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Fl 16, Epic Hotel Miami, FL 33131

Cvi.che 105. If you do not mind eating with noise, then this is for you. They are always bursting: a sure indicator of the freshness and quality of the seafood served there. It is a place to go, to see and be seen. All the dishes coming out the kitchen of chef Juan Chipoco are a real feast for the senses. It's the place to enjoy the best ceviche in town. 105 NE 3rd Ave Miami, FL 33132

db Bistro Moderne. It is the restaurant of chef Daniel Boulud (whose restaurant New York has two Michelin stars), at the JW Marriott Marquis Downtown. There, traditional French cuisine meets American flavors. Casual and elegant at the same time, the definition that best fits it is Miami-chic. Be prepared to pay $ 35 for a sirloin burger with foie gras and black truffle served in bread with Parmesan cheese and French fries made to perfection. 255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami, FL 33131

Toro Toro. Without leaving the InterContinental, enjoy the unique Pan Latino cuisine chef Richard Sandoval bread: a true gastronomic journey from the Rio Grande to the Argentinean Patagonia, in the city that is the gateway to Latin America. If you're a carnivore, Toro Toro has one of the best grills of Miami. Do not forget to order the wagyu flat iron steak. If you have a sweet tooth, save room for La Bomba (better if you share it). InterContinental Miami, 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL 33131 

Zuma. It offers chef Rainer Becker creations, served in the Japanese izakaya style (ie to share. Tempura, sushi, sashimi and grilled meat and fish, taken to the next level in a sophisticated, modern and fun at the same time, atmosphere. 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way Miami, FL 33131

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