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George's In the Grove
French Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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Commodore Plaza 3145 Commodore Plaza Miami, FL 33133
3145 Commodore PlazaUSFloridaMiami33133
$$French Restaurant, DinerToday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 12:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
Located in the heart of Miami's historic Coconut Grove neighborhood, George's In The Grove opened its doors in 2008. Daily Menu updates, an extensive wine & beer list, open 7 days a week, The Original
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Cozy hot spot with a quirky look, festive vibe & menu of upscale French-Mediterranean bistro chow.- Google
"Best mussels ever and of course can't beat the free glass of champagne."
"Went here for brunch on the weekend."
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Jorge Colón Jr.
a year ago
Been there twice. Hated it both times. First time was there for father's day and the waiter was giving us attitude the entire time. Second time around decided to give it another chance. Exact same scenario except this time the waiter had already upset a couple tables so after sitting there for 25 mins with the waiter ignoring us we decided to leave.
Sergio Potes
4 months ago
Great service for my birthday
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Steve Cabeza
a year ago
Ducked in during a recent Sunday Funday with some friends for a quick glass of champagne. We were planning to stay longer but got sidetracked. The service was exemplary and the proprietor bought our champagne so that was a SCORE! I will post a more thorough review the next time I visit and give the cuisine a test drive. Cabeza OUT!
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Randy Bodziak
3 years ago
Walked the street twice, checked each place's menu. The few extra dollars to eat here is well worth it. There are some healthier alternatives in addition to the classics. The service and atmosphere make it with it additionally.
Casey Lister
5 months ago
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kyle katarn
2 years ago
George is indeed in the grove. we were in the back room sharing malevolent secrets and he promised me a new world. i was an irish immigrant and i came with nothing more than potatoes and a cool green, sea breeze shirt. but that was all he'd needed, he accepted me into his group day one. after many pesky nights it happened. Kataran first appeared in Star Wars: Dark Forces, where he was introduced as a former Imperial officer who became a mercenary working for the Rebel Alliance. He was secretly dispatched by Rebel leader Mon Mothma on missions deemed too dangerous or sensitive for actual Rebel operatives, and was extremely well paid for his services. Shortly before the events of A New Hope, Katarn single-handedly infiltrated an Imperial facility on the planet Danuta to retrieve the plans for the first Death Star. The plans would eventually be forwarded to Princess Leia, leading to the destruction of the Death Star. Subsequently to this, Katarn was employed to investigate the "Dark Trooper" project, a secret Imperial research initiative which was manufacturing powerful robotic stormtroopers to attack Alliance strongholds. After several adventures (including encounters with Jabba the Hutt and Boba Fett), Katarn terminated the Dark Trooper Project and killed its creator, General Rom Mohc, aboard his flagship, the Arc Hammer. george has saved my life many times and that is why he is in the grove. by the way potatoes in restaurant are bland
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J Brown
5 months ago
best mussels ever and of course can't beat the free glass of champagne
Ron Hoadley
4 years ago
way over-hyped, way over-priced, and way-over cooked. i have no idea when i drive by why the place is always full, maybe they get free food and in this economy it would make sense.


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