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Here are the 10 best spots to grab some grub along the Miami Marathon route

The Miami Marathon is a long journey for thousands of runners and their friends and family. That’s why after months of training, we can understand wanting to celebrate with a huge cheat day. Here are some great spots along the route with solid brunch options, including places where you can grab a drink with your meal. Because hey, whether you ran or woke up super early on a Sunday to cheer people on, you’ve earned it!

1. Big Pink

157 Collins Ave.
Opens at: 8 a.m.
This menu has basically any breakfast option you could imagine and plenty of space for your run club.
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2. La Sandwicherie

229 14th St.
Opens at: 7 a.m.
A Miami Beach staple for decades, it’s a favorite of late-night partygoers but has great food when the sun’s out too. 😎
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3. Ice Box

1855 Purdy Avenue
Opens at: 9 a.m.
This chill spot in Sunset Harbour provides a nice break and plenty of options to refuel.
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4. Panther Coffee

1875 Purdy Ave.
3407 Main Hwy.
Opens at: 7 a.m. (At both locations)
Whether you hit up the Beach or Coconut Grove location you’ll have a solid mix of pastries, empanadas and some of the 305’s best coffee.
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5. All Day

1035 N. Miami Ave.
Opens at: 9 a.m.
Its eclectic mix of coffee options, eggs, and sandwiches make this place a local standout.
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6. La Moon

97 SW 8th St.
Opens at: 11 a.m.
If you’ve got a big appetite after the big run, then this Colombian-inspired spot will give you plenty of options from churrasco to their famous hot dogs.
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7. Coyo Taco

1111 SW 1st Ave.
Opens at: 11 a.m.
This Mexican spot has become well known in Wynwood and the Brickell location will give hungry runners the same solid mix of tacos, burritos and more.
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8. Harry’s

2996 McFarlane Rd.
Opens at: 11:30 a.m.
As the marathon moves through Coconut Grove, consider stopping by for one of Harry’s great pizzas or a cookie for dessert.
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9. B Bistro + Bakery

600 Brickell Ave.
Opens at: 7 a.m.
For fans of baked goods, this place has just about every option you can think of from macaroons to apple tarts and raisin rolls. There’s also some more filling options like sandwiches and granola bowls.
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10. Bali Cafe

109 NE 2nd Ave.
Opens at: 11 a.m.
This Indonesian spot in downtown Miami is filled with plenty of hearty, flavorful options and sushi. Heads up though, it’s cash only!
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