Restaurants in Florida
Looking for the perfect hot dog with a twist? Hit the menu at Dogma Grill, which is not your father's typical hot dog joint. Service can be a little quirky at times, but food is always served up quickly and the diner-chic seating area is always clean.
A fine dining favorite in Brickell, the acclaimed Azul is located inside Mandarin Oriental hotel and helmed by chef Joel Huff. Unveiled in July 2011, the restaurant's new menu features a blend of European, American, and Asian flavors.
Men's club-like drinking and dining quarters
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.
This intimate Mediterranean-inspired dining room (Tuscan-orange walls and paintings of the Italian countryside) resembles a trattoria in Italy. On the menu? Traditional dishes such as risotto with mushrooms and black truffles.
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 the 30’s, locals flock here for affordable American breakfast fare, served all day, as well as lunchtime sandwiches and salads.
East meets West at the South Beach Setai Hotel’s signature restaurant, where well-traveled chef David Werly, a native Alsatian, fuses Asian and modern American flavors.
Located within the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, this one is a bit out of the way unless you’re staying at the hotel. Still, it’s worth the drive for a big game.
With multiple locations in Orlando—including one near the airport, one near Walt Disney World, one near SeaWorld, and one near Universal Studios—this popular eatery is easy to find wherever you are. Drink specials abound, and the chicken nachos could practically feed an army.
Located at Disney’s BoardWalk, this sports restaurant’s waterfront location is charming, but it’s what’s inside that counts. Nearly 100 video monitors line the walls—and the bathrooms! There’s even a 108 square foot video wall for your viewing pleasure.
Another foodie favorite, this outstanding restaurant on Winter Park’s Park Avenue features a gorgeous, modern lounge that’s a see-and-be-seen spot for locals (and sometimes celebrities). The White Linen (made with gin, St.