Miami NewTimes 2012
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At nearly 40 years old, this Wynwood institution is the longest-running eatery of its kind in the city, and the most centrally located, right next to the Electric Pickle and up the block from the Shops at Midtown. Pearline Murray and her late husband Clifford opened Clive’s (named for their now-middle-aged son) in the mid-’70s, when their clientele consisted primarily of local factory workers. The neighborhood has changed considerably since then — for the worse and then for the better. So has the menu. Clive’s initially served typical American diner fare, and its old-fashioned luncheonette counter is perfectly preserved. While there’s still some evidence of Clive’s greasy-spoon past on the menu (tuna fish sandwiches and BLTs) diners flock primarily for Clive’s reliably tasty spins on classic Jamaican dishes such as jerk chicken, curry goat, and oxtail. Whatever you order, be sure to get a side of steamed vegetables. Clive’s peppery variation on this Caribbean dinner staple is the most flavorful you will ever taste.