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Three-star Michelin restaurants: Not all are created equal

In recent years, I have tried to sample some of the world’s most highly-rated restaurants while on

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First Bites: Michael’s on 7th, off Miracle Mile

Five years after Chef Michael Lander closed the doors of his well-regarded Ocean Drive restaurant, M

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Soup’s on at the Sun Market Sauce Company on Old Dixie

All chef-owner Michele Hennessey had to do was open the door a few weeks ago, and folks followed the

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Costa del Sol: In search of the ultimate paella de mariscos

While paella originated in the coastal Valencia region of Spain, a “true” paella Valencia – a

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Fire and Wine: South Vero eatery is dining destination

After two years, I have only one thing to say about Fire and Wine’s claim that it offers “the be

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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