Restaurants in Florida
This certifiably funky Florida joint—think murals of leaping tarpon and a neon martini sign—serves local grouper, pompano, and soft-shell crabs.
The atypically upscale restaurant in Epcot's Italy Pavilion boasts ornate chandeliers and a menu created by star chef Joachim Splichal.
Modeled after the Italian restaurant in Disney’s Lady and the Tramp, Tony’s Town Square is located at the entrance of the Magic Kingdom, just before Main Street U.S.A.
This fun, beer-focused café has 20 on tap and 150 exotic brews by the bottle, including Lebanese Almaza; don’t miss happy hour or the hearty German sausage sandwiches.
Located just a few miles outside downtown Orlando in Winter Park, Hot Olives is a casual, family-friendly eatery serving Italian- and Mediterranean-inspired fare. The decor includes sleek black chairs and tables, crisp white walls, and paintings of olives around the dining area.
Just 13 tables fill this pocket-size Dutch-Indonesian restaurant, where a cozy gray banquette runs the length of the space and walls are hung with black-and-white photographs of Indonesia.
A steakhouse located inside the Browns Hotel, Prime One Twelve specializes in large portions of steaks and chops. The dining room has exposed brick columns and dark-wood tables and floors.
The restaurant has a screened-in dock porch overlooking the water and will prep your fresh-caught fish to order (save room for the doughnut-like honey buns).
Full of circus memorabilia, the 60-year-old shop serves delicious doorstopping sandwiches.
This stylish spot in the city’s Design District serves up pitchers of white sangria—made with apricot brandy, apples, oranges, and white and sparkling wine—on a mosaic-covered terrace shaded by oak trees.