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All You Can Eat Restaurants in Miami | Best Buffets in Miami
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Trees of Knowledge
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jose villarreal commented on All You Can Eat Restaurants in Miami | Best Buffets in Miami
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94th Aero Squadron is closed for business, it is now a wonderful Italian themed restaurant with a night club and a strict dress code! Either this is an old story or someone didn’t do their homework idk

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World Famous Los Trompos Experience at Shops at Merrick Park
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The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
16 hours ago The Splash Zone 1/31/23: Free agent options for Dolphins offense
Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. The Miami Dolphins have limited cap space and plenty of needs to take care of during this offseason. The defensive side of the ball needs some work, but the offense could also use a couple new faces. It’s sort of hard to predict what free agents the Dolphins could be interested in based off their cap space. Some current players are going to have to be released or restructure their contracts to help the team clear up some cap space. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Examining the Miami Dolphins’ free agent options at need positions on offenseSo where can a team with limited cap space and needs on defense turn for upgrades on offense? Dolphins Quarterbacks Miami Dolphins Not Chasing Big-Name QBs in 2023 - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and MoreThe Miami Dolphins are sticking with Tua Tagovailoa as their starter for the next season Dolphins Offseason Miami Dolphins Get Good Cap News, But Work Remains - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and MoreThe NFL salary cap will jump significantly in 2023, which will make the Miami Dolphins' offseason a little bit easier Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 1/30/23: Dolphins not expected to pursue Tom Brady - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Mike McDaniel is doing what Brian Flores could never do as head coach of the Miami Dolphins - The PhinsiderVic Fangio’s hiring is proof. The Miami Dolphins are meeting with every player at the Senior Bowl - The PhinsiderA few less breadcrumbs to follow than previous years... Who’s Your Choice At Backup QB For 2023? - The PhinsiderEvery offseason there will be a list of improvements to the roster that the fans want and the team more than likely needs. This past season’s edition of the Miami Dolphins is no different as there... Pro Bowl Games 2023: Bradley Chubb added to AFC roster as alternate - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins announced on Monday an additional member of the AFC Pro Bowl Games roster for 2023. The team already had wide receiver Tyreek Hill, tackle Terron Armstead, and cornerback Xavien...
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23 hours ago The Miami Dolphins will meet with every player at the Senior Bowl
Photo by Peter Joneleit/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images A few less breadcrumbs to follow than previous years... The Senior Bowl is the first step into the offseason and one step closer to the 2023 season. Practices for the 2023 Resse’s Senior Bowl begins on Tuesday and will feature 125 prospects gearing up for the NFL Draft. Before Saturday’s college all-star game, the players will get to know front offices and staff throughout the NFL in various interviews and meetings. Previously, reports slowly surfaced about teams meeting with different players, a helpful tool when trying to piece together a team’s potential draft plan. This season, however, things are different. Jim Nagy, the executive director of the Senior Bowl, tweeted on Monday morning that all 32 teams will meet with all 125 players. In attempt to un-clutter everyone’s TL this week, all 125 players will be meeting with all 32 NFL teams at @seniorbowl. Absolutely zero need for “Player X met with Team Z” posts. Have a great Monday!— Jim Nagy (@JimNagy_SB) January 30, 2023 Rumors will swirl for the next three months and nothing becomes official until the NFL Draft begins on April 27. The Dolphins aren’t on the clock until pick No. 51 and have just five picks in total, but the Senior Bowl can still provide clues as to which positions general manager Chris Grier and the front office will address first.
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I’ve spent my adult life regretting the fact that I plucked my once bushy eyebrows into barely-there arches when I was in college.  You’ve no… The post Powder Brows are the new Microblading appeared first on The Wordy Girl.
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1 day ago Marlins trade Richard Bleier for Matt Barnes
Photo by G Fiume/Getty Images The Marlins desperately needed another high-leverage arm with a track record of missing bats. Veteran relievers Matt Barnes and Richard Bleier traded places on Monday in a deal between the Miami Marlins and Boston Red Sox, and I love it. Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic was first to report it. The trade is now official. Correction from earlier, source says Red Sox are sending approximately $5 million to Miami in the trade. https://t.co/srbuRb11Px— Craig Mish (@CraigMish) January 30, 2023 The Red Sox designated Barnes for assignment last week, ending his Boston tenure after parts of nine MLB seasons. He’s had a 4.07 ERA and 3.60 FIP in 431.2 IP, making all but two of his career appearances in relief and saving 47 games over that span. The World Series champ was a key setup man during their 2018 postseason run (8.2 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 6 BB, 9 K). The 32-year-old is entering the final guaranteed year of his contract, which has a club option for 2024. As recently as 2021, Barnes was a swing-and-miss fiend. His 37.8% strikeout rate was seventh-best among qualified MLB relievers. But that number was sliced in half last year as the right-hander struggled through a shoulder injury. Barnes returned from the IL in August and wrapped up the season with 21 scoreless appearances in 24 tries, reclaiming the Red Sox closer’s role at the very end. Barnes’ fastball velocity and curveball spin rate gradually climbed throughout 2022, though not enough to match his career averages. The curve was especially effective during his peak seasons—it carried a minus-9 run value in 2018, minus-11 in 2019 and minus-9 in 2021, according to Baseball Savant. Last year, its run value was zero (approximately league average). There is no guarantee of him fully regaining his old stuff, so the Marlins are taking on some risk here. Bleier’s bottomline results as a Marlin from 2020-2022 were pretty good (3.16 ERA, 3.12 FIP in 122.1 IP). However, particularly last season, his pitch-to-contact style betrayed him in high-leverage situations and he stopped receiving those opportunities. Entering his age-36 season, the affable lefty is likewise a potential pending free agent if his 2024 club option isn’t exercised. With the cash considerations, the Marlins’ 2023 payroll is practically unchanged by this transaction.
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Bar & Restaurant
15356 NW 79th Court, Hialeah FL, 33016
12:00 AM - 2:00 AM - $.25 pitchers with college ID
11:00 AM - 12:00 AM - Buckets of Bud 5 for $15
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM - 20 oz beers for regular beer price, 2.5 liquor well drinks for regular well drink price
Monty's Raw Bar
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2550 S Bayshore Dr, Miami FL, 33133
Happy Hour Mon-Fri 4-8pm
$5 Cocktails
$6 Wine
$3-5 Beer
$1 Oysters, shrimp, clams
El Toro Taco
Restaurant
1 S Krome Ave, Homestead FL, 33030
Daily 6-8pm
Buy 3 Tacos get a free BEER

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