Restaurants in Florida

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Located in South Beach's SoFi neighborhood, Red Ginger makes use of local ingredients to craft an Southeast Asian-influenced menu, with a large menu of... Read More

East meets West at the South Beach Setai Hotel’s signature restaurant, where well-traveled chef David Werly, a native Alsatian, fuses Asian and... Read More

Come in for hearty American diner breakfasts. Read More

Just like abuela’s kitchen, Rio Cristal is outfitted with authentic vintage décor. Order your meal cafeteria-style, and wait for your number to be... Read More

This no-nonsense waterfront joint dishes up fresh seafood. Read More

Tucked away in the soaring Hyatt Regency Orlando on busy International Drive, Rocks is an upscale cocktail bar that’s almost always bustling. Popular... Read More

Order the key lime pie; it has meringue and crust that oozes buttery lime juice. Read More

This unassuming, family-owned restaurant is easily recognizable by its green awning, Mexican murals, and large red, white, and green sign on the outside... Read More

Rusty Pelican was serving dinner with its city skyline views long before Miami’s signature skyscrapers rose. Floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows offer... Read More

In business since 1935 and housed in a 1938 Art Deco building, the S&S is an old-fashioned diner located just north of downtown. As they have since... Read More

This restaurant’s menu is a marriage between Caribbean and Italian cuisine with an emphasis on seafood. The oceanfront seating overlooks Higgs... Read More

The lowest-priced restaurant on this list, Sanaa is set in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas. The menu at this African- and Indian-influenced spot isn’t... Read More

Sprawling from the street out onto the beach, this century-old spot serves surprisingly upscale food like sesame-crusted tuna. Read More

Sandy’s Café never closes so visitors can stop in for Cuban and Mexican cuisine anytime. Known especially for its generous-sized Cuban... Read More

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... Read More

After turning the original New York Scarpetta into a smash hit, chef Scott Conant opened this nautically themed outpost in Miami Beach's Fontainebleau... Read More

The vibe at James Beard Award-winning chef (and Miami native) Michelle Bernstein's Seagrape, with its low-slung dining room and bohemian vibe, is more... Read More

Although the restaurant is now a national chain, its first location was in Orlando, nestled on the shores of Little Sand Lake. From the patio, you can... Read More

Hidden behind an unassuming white-stuccoed exterior, this intimate dinner spot is the most secluded restaurant in town. Reservations are essential, but... Read More

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