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  • 1

    A1A Ale Works

    11 reviews

    Fabulous micro-brewery and restaurant. Live entertainment. Balcony is great for people watching. Excellent food and service. Building dates to 1888.

    Popular withFamiliesFoodiesHistory
  • 2

    Columbia Restaurant - Ybor City

    7 reviews

    The Columbia Restaurant in Ybor City was established in 1905, and is an institution in Ybor City. I have eaten there more than a few times and I have always been served a great meal. While in Ybor, it's almost a must to eat a meal at the famed Columbia Restaurant.

    Popular withHistoryFoodiesBusiness
  • 3

    Racing's North Turn

    22 reviews

    Race fans love this place! This restaurant is located at the "north turn" of the original nascar race in Daytona. They have photos and lots of memorabilia for race fans. Great menu, live entertainment, a fun place to go!

    Popular withLocalHistoryNightlife
  • 4

    Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille

    11 reviews

    Very good food and service. Can get crowded so get there early. Nice comfortable historical setting.

    Popular withFoodiesHistoryBusiness
  • 5

    Mucky Duck Restaurant

    The Mucky Duck is one of those wonderful water front restaurants that on the inside looks and smells like a pirate ship. Over Spring Break or in the summer time the Mucky Duck is always packed with people and you can often wait 30 minutes for a table. The wait is worth it; they serve everything from popcorn shrimp to ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalHistory
  • 6

    Dock at Crayton Cove

    18 reviews

    If you are visiting Naples, the Dock is a must-do. Not only is the food fabulous, but the views of Gordon Bay are exceptional. Walk around the dock before or after dinner and enjoy the amazing Naples sky! Great seafood with a fun tropical fusion in all-outdoor seating. One of Naples' oldest restaurants.

    Popular withLocalOutdoorHistory
  • 7

    Papa Clyde's Ice Cream

    Awesome, freshly made cones, also "Working Cow" ice cream!!

    Popular withFoodiesStudentsHistory
  • 8

    Espanola Way Village Miami Beach

    2 reviews

    A plus for fun, plenty of good restaurants.

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureHistory
  • 9

    Columbia Restaurant - Sandkey

    15 reviews

    Authentic Spanish food. In business in the Tampa Bay Area for over 100 years.

    Popular withBusinessFoodiesHistory
  • 10

    Cheeburger Cheeburger Restaurants,Inc

    11 reviews

    It came exactly according to specifications: a third pound of beef cooked medium with a slice of American cheese and topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle and cole slaw. The amazing array of milk shakes and the chrome/neon decor really sell the 50's theme. Like Jack Rabbit Slim's South.

    Popular withFamiliesLocalHistory
  • 11

    Sloppy Joe's

    32 reviews

    Love it for the history that accompanies it. The Sloppy Rita's are great, and the frosty, cold beer will quench any hot and thirsty tourist. Live music and a friendly waitstaff.

    Popular withAdventureOutdoorHistory
  • 12

    Seville Quarter

    13 reviews

    In downtown Pensacola, the architecture in Seville Quarter is reminiscent of New Orleans. Lots of restaurants, night spots, & art galleries to explore here.

    Popular withNightlifeHistoryLocal
  • 13

    Versailles Restaurant

    28 reviews

    Stretching a block along Little Havana's Calle Ocho, this cuban restaurant is an iconic part of Miami. Grab a guava pastry and a cafecito at the window or go inside and enjoy lechon asado, a sandwich Cubano , or ropa vieja. Yum.

    Popular withFoodiesFamiliesHistory
  • 14

    Pepe's Cafe

    12 reviews

    Freshest margaritas on earth, great food, friendly service! We love Pepe's!!!

    Popular withFoodiesLocalHistory
  • 15

    Captain Joey Patti's Seafood Restaurant

    27 reviews

    Take a drive here on a rainy day to pick up some fresh seafood. They'll even prepare it for you! Bring your camera! However, there are places just under the bridge near the condo where we are more likely to get our seafood, as it's so much closer and equally fresh.

    Popular withFoodiesFamiliesHistory
  • 16

    Cocoa Beach Pier

    17 reviews

    World Famous Cocoa Beach Pier, Home to our local Surfing festivals and outdoor concert events, is located only 4 miles north of us! Stop and enjoy a walk on the Pier, have a drink, or listen to some live music! Something for everyone!

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorHistory
  • 17

    The Capital Grille

    6 reviews

    Expensive but amazing. Across form the Best Mall in all of Florida.

    Popular withLuxuryHistoryNightlife
  • 18

    Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks

    19 reviews

    Historic Greek village. Spend a day shopping and eating fantastic authentic Greek food.

    Popular withFamiliesDesignHistory
  • 19

    Key's Fisheries

    17 reviews

    A perfect rainy day activity. Not so bad on a sunny day either for your history buff. Great information about largest treasure find ever! And plenty of gold and silver.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorHistory
  • 20

    Little Drug Company

    8 reviews

    Cute, cute, cute drug store (think "Five and Dime") with a soda fountain, a lunch counter, pharmacy, gifts and bins of 5 and 10 cent candies. On Canal Street, a destination in itself!

    Popular withFamiliesLocalHistory
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