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Nestled in the heart of Miami’s Little Havana with a Wynwood vibe. Doce Provisions is Miami’s newest urban experience; featuring culturally creative cuisine, made with HONEST food, high performance and locally sourced quality ingredients. Open for lunch and dinner, serving fresh artisanal dishes that start at $4. Doce Provisions’ mission is to become a main stay on the food landscape at Miami. Here is more information about Doce Provisions :

According to Urban Daddy :

“Since the passing of Bread and Butter (RIP, pulpeta meatballs), the city’s been left with a dearth of Cuban gastropub options. But, hey, chin up. A husband-and-wife team (the latter having a Ralph Pagano pedigree) are about to provide you with the following: Comfort food of the Cuban ilk. Settle in at the wooden lunch counter and let the parade of lechon asado buns, croquetas made from Miami Smokers chorizo and plantain waffles begin. Stuff that wouldn’t be entirely out of place with… But you’ll have to wait about two weeks for beers. Until then… There’s a hidden patio. You’ll want to exit through the back door and turn left down an alleyway. That’s where you’ll come upon a cozy oasis of string lights, bright tables and a wooden stage where they’ll have live music on Friday nights. And in about two weeks, beer.”

According to BurgerBeast :

“Doce Provisions by Chefs Justin Sherrer & Lisetty Llampalla should be opening Doce Provisions real soon in the old Little Bread spot. Justin is currently the Chef at Cinebistro in Dolphin Mall, which I love. I’m looking forward to the Chorizo Croquetas, Lechon Asado Tacos and Pan con Bistec Sliders. “

According to Yelp :

“This place is great! The menu is awesome, and the price is reasonable considering prices at comparable restaurants. It has a funky vibe, exposed brick on the inside and a really cool patio area in the back. On our visit this afternoon we tried the chorizo croquettes, guacamole, pan con bistec, and buttermilk chicken sandwich (total $30). Everything was delicious! I really wanted to get 2 different sandwiches so we could test out the menu, and my boyfriend was annoyed because he wasn’t in the mood for the steak sandwich. In the end, he really liked it! Neither of us could pick a favorite sandwich because they were both so good. Of the appetizers, the croquettes were a clear winner. The guacamole was great too, but nothing to write home about. The croquettes are unique and delicious with a lot of flavor.” written by Laurin P. (rated 5 stars)

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