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6 South Florida Restaurants Where You Can Eat Like a King

While we love our tanning and beach days, people sometimes overlook the amazing food we have in this state. Among many of Florida’s strong qualities, the food certainly isn’t lacking. So, if you live in Soflo and are looking for a tasty bite to eat, then we have you covered. Here are six of the best South Florida restaurants.

 

Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar, Miami

You know what they say, if you see a specific ethnic group eating their own cuisine at a restaurant, then the place must be good. Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar is one of these places. From the nachos, the tacos, and the tequila – there is not one dish that you won’t fall in love with. The atmosphere is very relaxing and is a great place to hang out with friends and family.

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Wynwood Kitchen & Bar, Miami

It’s not the easiest place to find, however, once you’re there, you’ll be glad you found it. If you’re looking for a place with great food and art then this is the one for you. The restaurant is in a tapas style, so the food comes on small plates to share with friends and family, however, then you have more opportunity to order a couple different dishes.

 

 

Louie Bossi’s, Fort Lauderdale

Louie Bossi’s restaurant definitely stands up to all the hype. Chef-owner Louie Bossi made sure he travelled the world and gained valuable skills and knowledge for the success of his restaurant. All his dishes are handcrafted and thought out to the last drop. With just a bite, his dishes unleash a plethora of flavours. We recommend anything from his menu – especially his dry-aged steaks.

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Riverside Market South, Fort Lauderdale

Beer and good eats? Sign us up! Who doesn’t love having a cold pint with a tasty plate? The Riverside Market South is Fort Lauderdale’s new beer bar and restaurant. It’s the sister to the original Riverside Market that’s located near Sailboat Bend. Riverside Market South is one of the hidden gems left in South Florida. Riverside Market South  is a self-serve restaurant with a warm and family-friendly atmosphere. The bar offers 28 drafts and 300 bottles in the cooler – if you’re looking for a plate to go with your brew, they offer their famous smoked fish dip – a must-try.

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Thirteen, Wilton Manors

In the heart of Wilton Manor, Thirteen, is one of the new creations from Nancy Goldwin and Carol Moran, who also own the city’s tapas restaurant called “13”.  Both Goldwin and Moran wanted to create another establishment that provided people with a place to casually dine in the Wilton Manor and Fort Lauderdale area. Well, they did just that. Thirteen offers an amazing array of dishes from their popular pan-seared scallops to their crab cakes egg Benedict. Whatever you choose off their menu, it’s impossible to be disappointed. A relaxed environment, mixed with good company and delicious food makes for a warming, delicious combination.

 

SuViche, Fort Lauderdale

Ever had Peruvian-Japanese fusion cuisine? Yeah, we didn’t think so. Then add it to your list of must-try, because SuViche is a great place if you’re looking to try something completely new and out of the box. SuViche perfectly blends sushi, ceviches, and traditional Peruvian dishes, using the different flavors to enhance the palate. The new Fort Lauderdale location is artistically designed and filled with vibrant art, plants, and flowers.

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Did we miss your favorite South Florida restaurants? Let us know your go-to spots in the comments!

 

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  1. Myapapaya in Fort Lauderdale, the best restaurant, freshest food!

  2. John G’s in Manalapan Best fish and chips in florida great staff excellent food Ask for Wendy the owner she really nice lady.

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