Restaurants in Florida

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The huge windows of this dining room overlook the lake, garden and golf course of the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes. Upscale and authentically... Read More

In a town where bars have a way of veering into the terminally raucous, this is a sanctuary for a sophisticated, older crowd, working a quiet groove to... Read More

David Bracha, the man who made oyster happy hour a thing, has taken it up a notch at with Oak Tavern. There’s a giant oak tree, a courtyard, a communal... Read More

The beach-front bistro is part of the old-glamour Palm Beach hotel. Read More

This long-time local favorite has awards aplenty to back up its reputation. As the name suggests, it's a place where the surf and the turf meet to... Read More

Owned by Douglas Rodriguez—who also founded Yuca on Lincoln Road—OLA specializes in creative pan-Latino cuisine with Spanish and Caribbean... Read More

Enjoy cocktails and the sunsets over the Ten Thousand Islands. Read More

In this Cuban castle, nectar is king. Papaya, mango, passion fruit, and mamey shakes are cult favorites. Order traditional items (chickpea stew with... Read More

For a casual night out, try to score a reservation at this insanely popular spot. Order your banana cream pie when you sit down; the locals are addicted... Read More

Known for steak and Nova Scotia lobster, this restaurant is an old-school joint with caricatures of longtime regulars on the walls. Read More

Located inside the historic Biltmore Hotel, which dates back to the 1920’s, the Palme d’Or is frequently recognized by publications as one... Read More

Paul Qui’s first restaurant outside of Austin, Pao is one of two buzzy new eateries at the Faena Hotel. The James Beard Award-winning chef has... Read More

Known for its authentic, uncomplicated French fare, this Coral Gables restaurant is the namesake of chef Pascal Oudin, who studied under culinary legend... Read More

It's hard to argue with any restaurant that's been around for more than 100 years. (In the case of Pepe's, they prefer to say that they're "the oldest ... Read More

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

This waterfront spot is an endearing Xerox of Florida’s Redneck Riviera: country music, wooden tables with paper towels, and affordable crab... Read More

Pincho Factory gave Miami its famed Toston Burger, and recast the city’s idea of a burger bun. From the open kitchen, watch cooks prepare crispy... Read More

Pincho Man has been feeding graveyard shift workers and inebriated clubbers for more than a decade during his 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. service. Hailed as one... Read More

Lunch in Via Mizner at this local favorite for its thin-crust pizzas and rustic outdoor ambience. Read More

The expat Greek hub Tarpon Springs, was once populated with sponge divers: their legacy is the fresh Mediterranean food at spots like this one. Read More

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