Restaurants in Florida
With its glass mosaic mural, marble tables, and vibrant garden patio, Joey’s seems right at home in the Wynwood arts district.
The kitchen serves Daniel’s classic French food—tables on the leafy patio out front are the most private.
Go to this 30-year-old healthy café for a garlic-rich Med-meets-Middle East menu,
Head here on Sundays for a bistro-style brunch with a standout croquette madame with Manchego cheese.
This open-air, French-inspired nook is no secret, so arrive for breakfast before 9:30 a.m. The crêpes come in both savory and sweet varieties. Try the most popular, filled with a creamy mushroom sauce—it's called La Super.
At Primo in the JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes, the refeshing layout—open kitchen, rustic-colored walls, intimate but spaced tables—underscores co-owner and executive chef Melissa Kelly's style of “simplicity, seasonality and freshness.” Produce
Hit the raw bar at this buttoned-up beach restaurant.
Order the key lime pie; it has meringue and crust that oozes buttery lime juice.
When charismatic Chicagoan Mike Feld moved to Florida more than 20 years ago, he found one thing sorely lacking—a legit hot-dog depot. So he opened his own at a gas station on Highway 50.
Located on 27th Avenue in Little Havana, Islas Canarias has been serving authentic Cuban food to Miami’s families for 30 years. Dishes like vaca frita, crema de malanga, and ensalada de aguacate are executed with faithfulness to Cuban culinary tradition.