This is a charming French eatery in every sense boasting fabulous food, friendly service, and a warmly decorated interior. The walls are painted a bright yellow, and French doors open onto the sidewalk. Although you might be tempted to indulge in rich entrees and appetizers, you will thank yourself later for saving room. Desserts are extremely tempting. Mouthwatering Duck Paté is a delicious starter for your meal. Fresh fish, Chicken en Papillote, and Peppercorn Steak are a few of the available entrees. You will not want to leave without trying one of the freshly prepared desserts. The atmosphere is not stuffy, but you willfeel more comfortable if you change out of your beach clothes.
This restaurant is teeming with people, old, young, and in-between. Its proximity to the Coconut Grove Playhouse makes it especially popular with theatre-goers. The decor is casual but comfortable and most seating is outside. The menu is primarily upscale American cuisine, with a few dishes from the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. Diners might choose the jerk chicken, a lentil plate, or a pasta dish. Located in the trendy shopping and restaurant district, this is a pleasant café to enjoy the ambiance of an historic town.
Flanigan's is a fisherman's haven, but attracts a pretty diverse crowd despite the prevailing theme. The business crowd occupies the wooden booths and shiny-varnished tables for weekday lunches and happy hour; sports lovers come to watch the game, any game, and wash it down with pitchers of beer and seafood; nicely dressed bar-hoppers come to finish their night in the Grove with a feast of chicken wings and nachos. The restaurant is casual, reasonably priced, and offers a wide variety of traditional bar food, seafood, sandwiches, and alcoholic beverages.
A unique and constantly changing menu makes The Last Carrot a winner with restaurant critics and local diners. Surrounded by countless Italian eateries, Osteria del Teatro manages to stand out from the crowd. Pay special attention to the daily specials which often feature delectable fresh local seafood. You will find a typical South Beach crowd here-mostly young and well-dressed folks preparing for a night on the town. The atmosphere is casually elegant.
You will not see many tourists in Mozart Stube, but the place tends to be full. Most customers are locals who come for the great music (Mozart of course), cozy atmosphere, and Bavarian comfort food. The menu offers such age-old favorites as Weinerschnitzel and Sauerbraten. Meaty dishes and hearty portions are part of the appeal; expect to walk out stuffed.
A meal at Los Ranchos may feel more like a short trip home for the Nicaraguan-born. This restaurant serves authentic regional cuisine accompanied by the sound of mariachi music. One can find such traditional specialties as gallo pinto (rice with pinto beans) and nacatamal (corn meal, pork, and rice wrapped in banana leaf). Steaks are also highly recommended. Nicaraguan drinks made from seeds, fruit and grains can be found here. Los Ranchos is moderately priced.
This is an authentic Mexican restaurant, right down to a tortilla maker imported from Guadalajara. The menu features an extensive list of tacos and enchiladas in a variety of sauces, a choice of excellent soups (sopa de tortilla azteca is good one to try) and several salads. La Gloria is a decided favorite amongst locals, particularly Mexican-born residents seeking a taste of home.
The Chart House offers a number of seafood and steak specialties in a romantic, tropical setting. Guests enjoy a spectacular view of Biscayne Bay. In addition to steaks, prime rib and fresh fish, Chart House features a number of Pan-Asian specialties, such as coconut shrimp and lightly seared ahi tuna in lemon vodka sauce. Prime rib and steak entrees along with side dishes, such as sizzling mushrooms and au gratin potatoes make for a satisfying meal.
Las Vegas is a quaint and intimate restaurant that welcomes you to savor authentic Cuban cuisine. Enjoy their scrumptious dishes with some specialty drinks to go with. The menu has a lot of variety with options for lunch, dinner and breakfast. Some of the must-haves from the menu are Ceaser Salad, Sandwich Cubano and desserts like Chocolate Monument and more. Each bite of every dish is full of authentic flavors. Go for the daily lunch specials which are priced reasonably. Call ahead for delivery, take out or reservations.
2299 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables, FL 33134
This beautiful and warm Coral Gables restaurant specializes in dishes from all different regions of Mexico, all given an upscale twist. The menu includes dishes like traditional moles, soups, salads, grilled meats, tacos, tortas and enchiladas. Make sure to try Talavera's signature dish, the Huarache Grill, which is a flatbread made of corn flour served with black beans, lettuce, salsa, avocado, goat cheese and your choice of meat or fish. Talavera is also very popular for its affordable lunch deals and delicious margaritas.
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