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  • New South Beach eatery The Meatball Joint will open on Monday, Eater reported. The restaurant, which is an expansion of Chef Bernie Matz’s South Florida portfolio, is located at 1570 Alton Road at the former space of King Kone. Matz’s other local eateries include Bernie’s Latin American Cafe and Books & Books; the latter is located on the Lincoln Road pedestrian mall. [Eater]

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  • Books & Books

    Retailer Books & Books has opened its new location at Southeast Financial Center, the tallest office tower in South Florida. The location, called The Newsstand by Books & Books, is the eighth location for the company, including branches in Coral Gables and Miami Beach. “This area equally represents Miami’s core CBD as well as a burgeoning living sector,” said Mitchell Kaplan, owner of Books & Books. [more]

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  • Books & Books heading to Miami

    January 28, 2011 11:04AM

    Books & Books, which has locations in Coral Gables, South Beach and even Grand Cayman Island, is moving into downtown Miami. The Newsstand Cafe by Books & Books will move into the Wachovia Financial Center between mid-February and early March. The company has eight stores in total, including a newly-announced Fort Lauderdale location. This store will have 800 square feet, along with outdoor seating. The choice to expand downtown was led by a strong fourth quarter, owner Mitchell Kaplan said. Comments

  • Retail takes off at MIA airport

    October 27, 2010 11:15AM

    While South Florida’s retail industry is struggling, the real estate at
    Miami International Airport is in high demand, as retail properties like
    Lincoln Road’s Icebox Cafe and Shop Britto, a store selling the work of
    noted artist Romero Britto, have opened in the airport. Books &
    Books, a bookstore-cum-restaurant that has locations in Coral Gables and
    South Beach, also has opened in the airport, along with South Florida
    mainstay Sushi Maki. They join longtime airport tenants La Carreta and
    Cafe Versailles. [Miami
    Herald]

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