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Just when you thought it was over, along comes a diner to restore your faith in this languishing genre. Who knew chichi Palm Beach restaurateur Jo Larkie had meat... More »
An original on Palm Beach, this burger stop is a step back in time, where omelets are whipped by hand, malted milks are spun in ancient blenders, and the... More »
Only its atypical look - self-consciously (and, at this point, rather dated) industrial-chic, instead of classic prefab container - would keep this... More »
The Pelican is so perfectly suited to its niche that you wonder if it would manage to thrive in any other location. Like the rest of downtown Lake Worth, this... More »
Edward Hopper's classic diner brought to life, but with digital jukebox, flat-screen TVs, a full liquor bar, and live music. Howley's has been open in the same West... More »
It doesn't advertise. Its entrance is literally hidden at the back of the gifts department on the second floor. And yet, every day at... More »
The kitschily decorated Floridian provides chi-chi Las Olas Boulevard with a shot of down-home diner attitude. Weekend mornings find the place packed with couples... More »
This nondescript little space is set up in classic diner fashion: booths along the windows, stools at the counter, and emphasis on big personalities, friendly... More »
If you're among the many who prowl the streets of Broward at night, maddeningly hungry and just begging for a dining option other than Taco Bell, then the... More »
This sprawling, immensely likable restaurant-bakery has a fetching old-timey family-restaurant feel and has been pleasing customers for so many... More »
As we peruse the menu at the Pelican, my two friends and I snack on papri chaat, one of my favorite starters. Crispy papris are piled with chickpeas, yogurt, tamarind, chutney, cilantro, and tomatoes. It's a lively interplay of crunch and goop commingling with cilantro, the pasty sweet of tamarind, and the spicy pop of chutney. Chaat means "to lick" in Hindi, and that's what we want to do...
Santa Claus and Elvis have a lot in common. They’re both larger-than-life figures with jolly round bellies and deep baritone voices; every once in a while, someone claims to have spotted one of them under suspect circumstances; and people of all ages, sexes, and races get a kick out of dressing up as them — sometimes in droves. Like the Flying Elvi — a group of Elvis...
Last week, our dining critic, John Linn, headed to Key West, where he managed to find a few worthy restaurants still slinging food in this quiet time of year.
The converted 1880s "conch" houses that form the Marquesa Hotel back up to this boutique fishbowl restaurant that serves an ever-changing menu of local seafood married with worldly...
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Indian food is not usually a favorite of mine - maybe because I hadn't had it this good. The portions aren't huge, but the flavors are amazing and the meats are extremely tender. The decor is lacking but is made up for by the kindness and great attitude of the owners. Don't miss this place.Read Full Review
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