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On this Tuesday, July 7, episode of Sundial:

 

Restaurants In Miami-Dade Face Shutdowns, Again

 

Restaurants must close their indoor dining in Miami-Dade County starting Thursday, according to a new order from Mayor Carlos Gimenez. Gyms were initially slated to be closed, but the county revised their ordinance to allow for gyms to open under the condition that people are wearing masks at all times while in the facility.  

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The sounds bounced off walls in empty restaurant dining rooms and cafes.

Tom Hudson

Katlin Svadbik and Mauricio Aristides are co-workers. She’s 25 years old, from Miami, and is finishing her sophomore year at New World School of the Arts College.  He’s 49 years old, born in Chile, grew up all around South America, studied archaeology in Mexico and came to South Florida in 2005.

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Temporary Protected Status for tens of thousands of Haitians living in the U.S. will end in 2019. The announcement came Monday, leaving thousands of people scattering to figure out the next step. We spoke with Patricia Mazzei of the Miami Herald about the latest news on TPS recipients.

S&S Downtown Diner Lives To See Another Day

Jul 21, 2016
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  It was a close call for the historic S&S Diner in Downtown Miami this week. 

The iconic diner was facing eviction, after it was a day late with its July rent, but a court ruling Thursday assured the restaurant will stay in business, for now. 

Simon Elbaz, the restaurant's long time owner was grinning after a busy morning in Miami Dade County Court. Today was the win he said he needed. 

"Thank God. Thank the Judge," cried Elbaz. 

Old S&S Diner in South Miami Says Goodbye

Jun 16, 2016
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A small piece of Miami history, the diner inside Allen’s Drug Store, announced it’s closing its doors this summer after more than 60 years in business.

At breakfast time at the corner of Bird and Red roads in South Miami, people are ordering eggs, grits and pancakes while they still can.

 

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Serendipity 3 on Lincoln Road, OTC in Brickell, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza just off the MacArthur Causeway and the 17-year-old Romeo’s Cafe in Coral Gables are among the 20-plus restaurants that have closed in the last few weeks.

One source told the Miami Herald it’s been a “bloodbath” in the Miami-Dade County food-and-beverage scene.

Ruben's Restaurant Calls It Quits After 34 Years

Nov 4, 2014
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As soon as Kimberly Standiford walked in, she noticed something was different. 

It was a Thursday morning and at Ruben’s Cuban Restaurant in Pinecrest, 34 years of home cooking would soon be gone.  

"We just had breakfast there and I didn't realize that they were closing,” says Standiford, a longtime patron. “It's a special place and it has told so many stories from years in this community."