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Green Marlin: Word is out on this fine seafood eatery

While we reported last week on our surprisingly pleasant dining experience at the new Chive, our fav

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Chive: Sleek new restaurant surpasses its predecessor

First, it was Brewgrrs. Next came the 21st Street Taphouse. Then the space sat empty. Frankly, empty

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14th Avenue: Tres taquerias for Cinco de Mayo

In the days leading up to last weekend’s celebration of Cinco de Mayo, I got a hankering for tacos

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Chill & Grill: An off-the-beaten-path dining thrill

You know the proverb, “Out of sight, out of mind?” For most residents of the barrier island,

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Amalfi Grille: Superior restaurant cares – and it shows

For a dinner that’s reliably wonderful, from appetizer to dessert, there’s no place better in th

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Nino’s Cafe: A beachside favorite still going strong

Photo by Kaila Jones   Not many island restaurants that were here a quarter century ago a

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Joey’s Seafood Shack: Destination dining on weekends

There was certainly no sign of the season slowing down when we dined last Friday night at Joey’s S

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The exotic tastes of Peru: Chef Pia León’s Kjolle

How does one decide where to eat when you have one-day in a city that’s the hottest spot on the wo

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El Palacio de la Papa Frita: Please fry for me, Argentina

While there are many fine restaurants in Buenos Aires, the recent performance of Evita at the Rivers

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Cobalt: Fine dining at the Vero Beach Hotel & Spa

On a gorgeous midwinter evening, we decided it would be a lovely night to dine on Cobalt’s magnifi

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Vero Prime: Sumptuous steaks and, now, much more

PHOTO: Kaila Jones  —  What do you call a restaurant that combines the best of two Vero eateries

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Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House: Visiting a venerable venue

One of the more scenic rides in these parts is the trip down an Old Florida memory lane, St. Lucie C