by Rick Munarriz - 406 Reviews - 155 List
What do you when that special someone becomes that not-so-special someone? Maybe it's somebody else. Maybe it's the need for anybody else. Here are some of Miami's best public places to break up a rocky relationship.
Updated: November 07, 2007
Smashing plates and heaving napkins in the air aren't bad breakup responses at this lively Greek eatery. It's part of the atmosphere. Don't forget to dance on the table, too. It'll hold your weight, probably better than your ex-to-be has been able to.
Ending it all at a teppanyaki joint makes sense. Between the heart-shaped fried rice and smoking volcanic onion creations, everyone else is distracted. If it doesn't go well, assure yourself that only the Japanese-trained chef handles the sharp cutlery.
Even if you choose the serene outdoor dining area over the livelier indoor room, patrons are too busy snapping photographs of the clever meal presentations to pay attention to your "I think we should see other people" routine.