Famous for its stars noting stellar cuisine, The Michelin Guide released its first-ever Florida edition with a focus on Miami, Orlando and Tampa. A dozen Miami eateries made the list, including L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon—the only two-starred entry—and Ariete, Boia De, Cote, The Den at Sushi Azabu, Elcielo Miami, Hiden, Le Jardinier, Los Felix, Stubborn Seed and The Surf Club Restaurant, all of which were awarded one star. We encourage you to check them out, as well as these other newcomers and culinary events for ONE Sotheby’s International Realty’s East Coast dining scene. Happy eating.
The Okeechobee Steakhouse, the state’s oldest steakhouse owned by the same family in its original location dating to 1947, opened Lewis Steakhouse in Jupiter. Beyond signature prime chops and an exceptional wine list, the location adds exclusive dishes like a butter poached shrimp topper, prosciutto-wrapped Alaskan halibut and a beef flight for deux.
Jupiter’s bike trails, Loxahatchee River, Jonathan Dickinson State Park and Riverbend Park appeal to nature lovers who also have access to upscale restaurants and shops. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following links.
North Palm Beach | Tequesta
Surf ’n’ turf is also on the menu at Klaw by a London-based restaurant group. Its venue—the historic Miami Woman’s Club reimagined by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio with rooftop seating and Biscayne Bay views—is worth a visit alone. Enjoy king crab fished from Norwegian waters, blue fin tuna and meat cuts from premier Florida ranches.
Known as the gateway to Latin America, the dynamic city of Miami is constantly evolving with the influx of new residents, visitors, businesses and brands from all over the world. There’s always something new and exciting to try, whether a starchitect-designed space, museum exhibit or hot restaurant. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following links.
While waiting for chef Thuan Lam’s Miso Japanese Eatery to open in Fort Lauderdale, fans can catch a preview at his “Miso Takeover” at the 26-seat TRP Taste. We’re notifying you now, since TRP Taste’s rotating, interactive culinary experiences sell out fast; there will be two seatings on July 30 at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Fort Lauderdale, the Venice of America, is a boater’s and beachgoer’s paradise. But it’s also home to a burgeoning art scene that spills over into art-centric neighborhoods and annual events. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following links.
Harbor Beach | Las Olas | Victoria Park
Behind several San Marco culinary concepts, Maple Leaf Group strikes again. Its Bar Molino, Spanish Wine Bar and Kitchen and the Swinerie, a Charcuterie Market will open next door to each other in August. In addition to imported, dry-aged hams, they’ll make their own charcuterie to sell and serve alongside other Spanish tapas.
Jacksonville is among the geographic jewels now represented by ONE Sotheby’s following its recent acquisition of First Coast Sotheby’s International Realty in Northeast Florida. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following link.
Judging by the fruit-bearing trees around town, it must be time for Fairchild Garden’s annual Mango Festival. Workshops, tastings and entertainment are planned throughout the weekend of July 9-10, including Sunday’s beloved brunch starring the tropical fruit. Seven guest chefs like Niven Patel and Michelle Bernstein are cooking, so come hungry.
From Mediterranean-Revival architecture to the iconic Biltmore Hotel to lush greenery, the historic Coral Gables neighborhood has so much to offer. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following links.
The latest incarnation of the historic Murdock’s grocery store turned restaurant for several years now reopened as Murdock’s Bistro and Char Bar. Its new owners, a husband and wife who are seasoned restaurateurs with other establishments in the region, also book entertainment. Along with dueling pianos on Thursdays, comedy acts come through.
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Named for the Kennedy Space Center, site of NASA’s SpaceX rocket launches, the Space Coast occupies much of Brevard County. It attracts surfers, cruise passengers (Port Canaveral) and nature lovers looking for pristine white beaches where sea turtles nest. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following links.