553 NE First Ave.
Florida City, FL 33034
Phone: (305) 248-9300
Fax: (305) 245-2753
Since its humble beginnings in 1958, Richard Accursio's Capri Restaurant has grown into a bit of a local legend. This family-run restaurant has remained true to its roots over the years and continues to use traditional Italian recipes that have been passed on from one generation to another. Only fresh, locally sourced produce meets Capri's high standards, and are brought together by the chef's skilled hands to create dishes that are simple, delicious and heartwarming. The Capri dining room, with its chequered table cloth, brick-lined bar and old framed posters, has remained largely unchanged over the years, serving a casual menu of fresh pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, nachos and salads. In contrast the King Richard room offers a more formal dining experience with a menu that features succulent steaks, seafood specialties and mouthwatering entrees. A fully stocked bar offers a varied selection of draft beers, fine wine and other libations to quench your thirst as you tuck into platefuls of deliciousness. With its courteous service, delicious food and a warm ambiance, Capri remains a fine place to dine.
A hot and spicy pizza and a chilled bottle of your favorite soft drink is all that you need after having shopped at prime outlets of Florida City—so come on over to Villa Pizza! This small but popular fast food joint is the ideal place for a stop-over. Apart from a variety of pizzas and sandwiches, Villa Pizza also offers a few Italian pastas, so take your pick and dig in!
If you like Mexican food, you owe yourself a visit to this family owned and operated establishment. Mexican favorites here are delicious: enchiladas, chimichangas, tacos and burritos are "cannot miss" options, but true rewards go to the more adventurous eater choosing chile relleno, chile con queso, carne gisada and or mole de pollo, among others. Saltillo tile floors and low brick archways create a no-frills Mexican decor that allows you to concentrate on the food. Banquet facilities are available, as is outside dining.
Sam's Hideaway is one of the oldest taverns in southern Florida. This dive bar, tucked away from the highway, is popular among locals, bikers and visitors alike for its laid-back vibe, drinks and pub grub. Enjoy a chilled pint from their list of draft beer, or cocktails and spirits with hot dogs, burgers and other classic American fare.
Dine on great Rueben sandwiches, tofu wraps, and other coffeehouse favorites while enjoying both progressive and traditional folk music by local and national musicians while at this cafe that is South Florida
This fine dining restaurant offers an extensive menu of traditional French cuisine, complemented by an award-winning wine list. They are open Tuesday through Sunday for dinner only and reservations are strongly suggested; closed on Mondays.
There are few things worse than waking up in the middle of the night with a craving for spice that just won't go away. If you find yourself plagued by this dreadful ailment then a meal at Mario is just what the doctor ordered. Open 24 hours a day, Mario serves up a selection of authentic Cuban fare including delicacies like Croqueticas, Tequeños, Empandas, sandwiches and juicy Churrasco. Packed with flavor and Latin flair, the food served here is sure to warm your heart and delight your palate. The restaurant itself is simple and homely; a great place to gather with family over a delicious meal.
Visiting Longhorn is like paying a visit to the authentic West. The steaks are hand-cut, hand-seasoned and carefully prepared. The burgers are thick & juicy and salads are freshly prepared. They offer legendary Western fare to satisfy a range of cravings.
This restaurant can be found in Culter Bay just 28 miles from Miami. Expect delicious and mouth watering delicacies at Casanovas Restaurant. Teamed with excellent service and an economical menu, it makes for a good eatery. It is also the local hub for numerous cultural and local gatherings, the Halloween Fiesta been one of them. Come by and catch the local flavor both in food and culture at Casanovas. Call ahead for more details.
The menu here is equal parts Italian and American, with a focus on seafood. Entrees are fried, grilled, or in pasta. According to the season, different fresh fish specials are featured. This restaurant may be a bit out-of-the way for tourists, but it is very popular with locals who know the name and appreciate the value. Regular entrees include Chargrilled Shrimp ($9.49), Fried Oysters ($8.49), and Langostino Pasta ($9.99). Entrees are served with one or two side dishes, depending on the dish.
Alabama Jack's has been a local tradition for more than 50 years. An eclectic crowd populates this spot in Key Largo, a mix of holidaymakers, boaters, kids and more. Locally made Key West Lager and Sunset Ale are popular, abetted by conch fritters, steamed shrimp and similar munchies. The fare is light, as is the atmosphere. On weekends, there is a live band at this popular spot in the mangrove swamps.
Located in Palmetto Bay, Asian Fusion Cafe, as the name suggests, brings Asian specialties in a friendly and casual environment. As a family-run establishment, they serve home-made Japanese and Thai dishes that have turned many locals into loyal patrons. The lengthy menu is mostly dominated by seafood and meat varieties, highlights being Fish Teriyaki, Siam Duck, Honey Chicken, Pad Thai and the Coconut Shrimp. A good choice of sushi, nigiri and sashimi is also available, with both light and hearty options. So whether you are an Asian food-lover or simply want to try something new, come down to Asian Fusion Cafe to experience true flavors of the East.