El Palacio de Los Jugos — If for some tragic reason, you were visiting El Palacio de Los Jugos (The Juice Palace) marketplace and allowed to order only one item, you'd be wise to make it the juice. This Miami institution is famed for its 20-plus flavors of juices, including mango, guava, papaya, beet and coconut — and yes, they are divine. But if arriving with free will and a monster appetite, order a plato, a styrofoam container stuffed to bursting,from one of the prepared foods counters. The standout entree is the ropa vieja. It’s shredded beef steeped in a tomato sauce base, flecked with red and green peppers and onions, and served over moro, a mix of black beans and white rice, with platanos maduros, gooey, fried sweet plantains. Don't leave Palacio without ordering a side of chicharrónes, or fried pork rinds; they've acquired epic status throughout Miami.