Restaurants in Florida

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Located in Wynwood, this no-nonsense Latin American dive is known for fresh, affordable food. Regulars overlook the shabby interior (think... Read More

Not even an electrical fire can keep this beloved Cuban diner from burning bright. Last year, the 50-year-old eatery reopened with a fresh new look and... Read More

A Fort Lauderdale institution, Ernie's is famed for its conch chowder; sweet, dense Bimini bread; and assorted odd manifestos on the wall ("Eliminate... Read More

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... Read More

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... Read More

A local favorite with seafood dishes such as littleneck clams pan-roasted in Jamaican lager. Read More

Duck into this gourmet grocery for poached salmon salad or Evil Garlic Pickles. Read More

What looks like an unassuming gastropub is actually a culinary journey that takes diners from Cuba to Peru to Korea with a menu of beer-friendly eats... Read More

As it's name suggests, the Fish House spotlights fresh, local catch like black grouper, cobia, and conch. The dining room is decorated with seafood... Read More

Hit the raw bar at this buttoned-up beach restaurant. Read More

Orlando attracts a lot of meetings and conventions, so it’s full of upscale steakhouses, including Ruth’s Chris, Morton’s, The Palm and Fleming’s. All... Read More

A funky 24/7 diner that remains a shrine to kitsch, down to the "Champagne room," with a chandelier and pinup photos of Marilyn Monroe. Read More

Located on Disneyworld’s boardwalk, Flying Fish Café lives up to its name by serving seafood delicacies like pan-roasted chimichurri-glazed... Read More

The city's colorful design district is home to this chic Italian eatery with Euro-weird décor. Hipsters dine alongside well-heeled tourists and... Read More

Originally founded in the Art Deco District, the Frieze is named after the famous architectural element used in many buildings there. The shop is owned... Read More

Located on the ground level of the Penguin Hotel, the Front Porch Café has been serving diner-style breakfasts and lunches since the 1970's. The... Read More

Miamians love the views of pricey speedboats and overloaded cargo ships from the open-air tables set along the Miami River at this downtown joint, but... Read More

Everyone knows the best views are from your own private island. At least that’s what Grove Isle feels like. For an idyllic experience at this... Read More

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