Restaurants in the USA
So many pizza chains compete for the attention of tourists in South Beach, but ask a Miami Beach local where to get the best pizza and they’ll tell you about Steve’s. This is New
York–style pizza, handmade with care and good ingredients. New branches of Steve’s are opening elsewhere in Miami, all in non-tourist areas.
Opening hours: 11am-3am
This place is 20 miles east of the city, but local folks would probably drive 200 miles to eat here. The food is good, and the scenery is even better. Come early and wander around the grounds of Indian Cliffs Ranch, where you’ll see everything from rabbits to buffalo ( 水牛),
then catch the sunset either before or after your meal. Opening hours: 5pm-10pm
Absolute Baking & Cafe
The screen door is always swinging open at this town hot spot with giant breakfasts. Try the green chili on eggs – it’s made from scratch, as are the organic breads. Lunch includes salads, big sandwiches and local grass-fed beef burgers. Don’t miss a square of soft, fresh carrot cake.
Opening hours: 7am-2pm
Everybody’s favorite for fresh fish (some drive in from LA), Walt’s packs them in on weekends. You can’t make reservations for dinner (though they’re accepted for lunch), but it’s worth the wait for the tree fire–grilled seafood and steaks in the many-windowed ground floor or upstairs in captain’s chairs.
Opening hours: 11am-3:30pm
21. A tourist arriving at midnight may go to .
A. Steve’s Pizza B. Cattleman’s Steakhouse
C. Absolute Baking & Cafe D. Walt’s Wharf
22. Besides good food, you can also enjoy wonderful at Cattleman’s Steakhouse.
A. wine B. discount C. service D. view
23. From the passage we learn that customers’ can’t .
A. reserve a table for dinner at Walt’s Wharf
B. expect new branches of Steve’s in non-tourist areas
C. enjoy a beautiful sight at Cattleman’s Steakhouse
D. have a good breakfast at Absolute Baking&Cafe