Like great sports teams, some restaurants have a tradition of excellence year after year, no matter who comes and goes. Take, for example, Wish restaurant in Miami Beach. Chef Andrea Curto-Randazzo put this Todd Oldman-designed restaurant on the map in 1999 when Esquire magazine named it a "Best New Restaurant." After she left in 2001 to open her own place, Michael Reidt, a Food & Wine magazine "Best New Chef," took over. Reidt left several months back, and his successor, Michael Bloise, ...

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