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Harbor Cove Bar and Grill: Delightful dinner surprise

At the very south end of our island, on the left just after you cross the rickety drawbridge to Fort

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12A Buoy: A dash of inconsistency added to the menu

For more than a decade, we’ve raved about the 12A Buoy – a little shack on the edge of Fisherman

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C.J. Cannon’s: Comfort food that’s just ‘plane’ satisfying

A mere 35 years after it opened, last week we decided to review C. J. Cannon’s Restaurant. Hey,

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Wasabi Thai Sushi: Tasty Asian fare in Sebastian

We all have a friend who is a perfectionist. When that friend enthusiastically recommended Wasabi Th

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Blue Star Brasserie: Sleek bistro continues to impress

With each passing year, we become more enamored of the Blue Star Brasserie toward the northern end o

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Vero Prime: A welcome new home for a good steak house

After a several-year absence, Vero’s downtown dining district once again has a steak house on 14th

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Citrus: Better than ever with adventurous new dishes

When Citrus finally reopened three months ago, almost a year after a devastating kitchen fire, it wa

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New England Eatery: Classic lobster is the ‘Maine’ event

For me, summer is synonymous with lobster. I’m not talking about those clawless crustaceans tha

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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