A glorious holdover from Fort Lauderdale's past, the Floridian (opened in 1937) packs in hungry diners day and nightwhether blue-haired retirees or...more
Fratelli Lyon lures Design District denizens, European expats, and members of the Latin American art world for some of the best Italian food in town. Dapper...more
Located on an out-of-the-way stretch of the Miami River (the reason even some longtime residents have never heard of this place), this very basic restaurant...more
Stock your minibar or condo kitchenette with gourmet groceries from Fausto's Food Palace. There are two branches, but the Fleming Street location will deliver...more
Hugely popular, kid-friendly, and informal, the Gulf Drive Café serves up Reubens, tuna melts, Greek gyros, rib-eye steaks, crab cakes, and all-day...more
This local staple has been dishing up diner favorites like burgers, shakes, fries, and wedges of home-baked cakes for more than 60 years. The classic green...more
Orlando's Little Saigon district has long drawn adventurous eaters to its authentic Vietnamese, Korean, and Thai restaurants. But Hawkers Asian Street Fare,...more
You'll get some of the freshest fish at this waterfront bar and grill on the working shrimp docks of Stock Island, the next island up from Key West. But the...more
Decorated with bright tapestries and murals depicting llamas and villagers bearing flowers, this Peruvian-American restaurant in Sarasota draws a devoted...more
What started as a lunch counter in 1913 is now a block-long institution with a who's-who history—everyone from J. Edgar Hoover to the Duke and Duchess of...more
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