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Life’s A Beach

A ROW OF SLENDER coconut palms sway lazily in the breeze against a pink-and-purple sky as night descends upon Miami Beach. Bronzed patrons make their way into a chic edifice fashioned from concrete and glass before retreating inside for a night of revelry. This is Planta South Beach. Flanked by the warm waters of the Atlantic to the left and the lapping, teal waves of Biscayne Bay to the right, the year-old, upscale, plant-based eatery has quickly become one of the most buzzed about destinations in the country.

Originally imagined as an after-dark-only concept by Miami restaurateur and nightlife king David Grutman, the allure of

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