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Mid 1960's Restored from a postcard by Don Boyd

Mid 1960's - The Flame Restaurant in the Suniland Shopping Center

11415 South Dixie Highway, Miami 56, Florida

Their reservations phone number was CE5-2424 at the time. Of course anyone who was around at the time knows that CE stood for CEdar.

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Guest 06-Apr-2018 20:32
We ate there often. Great steaks and pickled watermelon rind.
Guest 28-Mar-2018 03:07
My father was the piano bar musician and didn’t read music only played by ear. . He played there over 20 years. Ken Williams was his name
Art Arsenault 10-Nov-2017 23:43
My Father was the chef at this restaurant, Ted Williams used to stop at this restaurant on the way to the keys, he would order a double order of Lamb Chops.
Leighton 13-Jun-2017 04:34
I am assuming that Suniland, currently, is basically the same strip center, with a new facade. This address is now a Flanigan's Restaurant, with possibly some of the same window placement.
Jack Carroll 27-Dec-2013 02:46
My mother and her dates would takes us to dinner there. The Flame really treated kids well because they had a special way of making sundaes in which I got to ladle the ingredients onto the ice cream. They also had a deep wishing well outside loaded with cast off change.