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Okay, so it’s less of a Miami destination and more like the ultimate road trip stop on the way to the Keys, but this quirkily named fruit stand has a lot going for it. The family-owned operation traffics in rare and exotic fruits and vegetables, like apple bananas, Key limes, star fruit, dragon fruit, lychee, and passion fruit, plus plenty of strange-looking pieces you’ve never heard of, like Monstera deliciosa (a giant green fruit that looks like an ear of corn and tastes like a pineapple) or jackfruit, which can grow up to eighty pounds. The smoothies—which mix perfectly ripe fruit with milk or ice—are a major crowd-pleaser for the littles.

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