Restaurants in Florida

The most civilized refuge on South Beach's main shopping artery, this café offers a mix of Latin and Southern cuisine, along with a healthy dose of people-watching. Snag one of the choice outdoor tables and enjoy the scene as well as the delicious grilled mahi tacos.

Experience a little "Jamaica Mon" right in Downtown Miami, where Mama, a.k.a Carol Patricia Whyte, will welcome you with the best the islands have to offer.  Open for almost a decade, Caribbean Delite serves up the finest   

Sandy’s Café never closes so visitors can stop in for Cuban and Mexican cuisine anytime.

Andrea Menichetti prepares hearty Tuscan fare (gnocchi with ricotta baked in parmesan olive oil), made with ingredients from his family's farm in Italy.

Located inside the Marriott Beachside Hotel, Tavern N Town chefs craft seasonal breakfast and dinner cuisine behind the Tapas Theater Kitchen, an open-air kitchen surrounded by mosaic stone-colored tile, which takes center stage along one entire wall.

This globally inspired French restaurant opened in 1999 at Moorings Village, a 20-acre, palm-lined property about midway through the Florida Keys.

The jazz brunch is rollicking good fun.

This enoteca on Lincoln Road employs a Morello Forni rotary stone hearth gas oven.

Soft yellow lighting and warm wood accents are the more subtle design aspects at Sardinia Enoteca; more dramatic are the fully stocked wine racks that reach all the way up to the ceiling. Here, wine isn’t just a big deal, it's "an obsession," according to owners Pietro and Tony.