Restaurants in Florida
Lunch in Via Mizner at this local favorite for its thin-crust pizzas and rustic outdoor ambience.
The marine-motif restaurant serves fish specials inspired by Ipswich, MA.
Known for steak and Nova Scotia lobster, this restaurant is an old-school joint with caricatures of longtime regulars on the walls.
When the crowds on Duval get too rowdy, step off the street into this whitewashed Victorian tapas and wine bar. Pair one of the specials—Black Angus filet and a cone of crispy French fries—with one of more than 20 wines by the glass.
Inside the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, is the award-winning restaurant of chef Norman Van Aken, a member of the James Beard Who’s Who list. The New World cuisine of Norman’s fuses the flavors of different global regions including Latin, Caribbean, and Asia.
The Tusker House is located in the Harambe Marketplace in the Africa area of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The focal point of the restaurant is its impressive Wall of Flames, an 18-foot wall filled with rotisseries.
The menu features pungent Italian food, from garlic-rubbed crostini to rack of lamb.
An 8th Street strip mall serves as an unglamorous host to this hole-in-the-wall Vietnamese
Travelers stranded in Miami International Airport often take advantage of the 24-hour service they receive at the dining counter of La Carreta, an authentic Cuban restaurant on the second level of terminal D.
Outdoor tables and plush wicker recliners contrast with tropical palm trees, hinting at the Mahogany Grille’s blending of Southern gentility and Caribbean panache. Located in the West Lake area of North Miami Beach, Mahogany Grille serves Southern, Low Country, and Carribean food.
Since 1999, chef Michael D’Andrea has showcased his family’s 75-year-old recipes at this Staten Island-style Italian eatery in South Beach.