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South Florida Noteworthy Dining
It used to be rare to find "South Florida" and "fine cuisine" in the same sentence. Now, however, they're a natural pairing, as South Florida has become one of the world's most esteemed culinary destinations. It's even developed its own cuisine, unmistakably termed "Floribbean." A combination of Floridian ingredients with Caribbean influences, this cuisine is most known for its use of high-quality, fresh produce, as well as unique tropical foods. One of the country's most in-vogue neighborhoods, South Beach is a Mecca for culture-hungry globetrotters. This is where the world's highest art, fashion, architecture and food meet America's most beautiful surf and sand and where a unique class of beach-going entrepreneurs, fashionistas, celebrities and trend-chasers has built what's commonly called "America's Riviera." Not to be overlooked, Fort Lauderdale is known not only for its legendary sand, surf and 3,000 hours of reputed annual sunshine; these days it's also famous for its food.

 
The Beach Bar at the Setai             
Chima Brazilian Steakhouse             
The DiLido Beach Club             
Mancini's             
Mark's (CLOSED)             
Pacific Time (CLOSED)             
Steak 954             
Wish             
Highlighted Restaurant:
Mark's (CLOSED)

 
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