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🌱 Shoma Bazaar Food Hall Opens + Small Miami Clinic Fights Eviction – Patch

Good morning, neighbors! Carlos Hernandez here with a fresh issue of the Miami Daily.
First, today’s weather:
A stray afternoon t-storm. High: 82 Low: 76.
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Here are the top five stories in Miami today:
1. Shoma Bazaar has opened in Doral, as South Florida’s food hall scene continues to grow, and features 15 food and drink outposts. It is located at 9420 NW 41 Street in Doral and open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. from Sunday to Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursdays, and 11 a.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. (Eater Miami)
2. Months after an SUV slammed into two university students near Brickell City Centre, police said they have captured the driver behind the hit-and-run collision. City of Miami Police on Friday confirmed they have arrested 23-year-old Ameko Jacques in connection to the Dec. 18 crash that left the two friends seriously injured. (WSVN)
3. An employee at a local supermarket has been arrested after he was accused of placing his cell phone near a toilet after escorting a woman to the bathroom, according to police. The incident happened on Thursday when police were called out to the Presidente Supermarket at 8100 North Miami Ave. 42-year-old Ranulfo Villeda of Hialeah faces one count of video voyeurism. (WPLG Local 10)
4. A corporate landlord, Gator Investments, is trying to evict a small Miami medical clinic, food pantry and community center that complained when a big chunk of the ceiling caved in. Based on papers filed in the eviction case in Miami-Dade County Court, the tenants want a judge to determine how much rent they owe and do not want to move. (Florida Bulldog)
5. A lawyer for global law firm Reed Smith, who specializes in cryptocurrency investments, and his wife have purchased a waterfront Sunset Islands home for $17.3 million. The 7,725-square-foot home comes with seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, one-half bathroom, and 100 feet of waterfront, according to Redfin. It was built in 1937. (The Real Deal – Miami)
Today in Miami:
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You’re officially in the loop for today! I’ll catch up with you bright and early tomorrow morning with a new update.
β€” Carlos Hernandez
About me: Hello my name is Carlos Hernandez and I am a food writer with over 10 years of experience in the industry. I write the food blog Carlos Eats (http://www.carloseats.com) and also contribute to several newspapers and magazines with food-related blogs and articles.
Have a news tip or suggestion for an upcoming Miami Daily? Contact me at carlosreportsnews@gmail.com

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