French food at it’s finest, this elegant bistro excels at flower design and food! The yellow tuxedoed waiter will be happy to recommend one of the many reasonably priced American chardonnays for you and your guest. Pair this with a heat beating Nicose salad, your tastebuds don’t lie, that’s trendy dolphin safe tuna on it! Relax and take in the stunning room, from the flowers on every table, to the realistic trellises on the wall, you’re living the Provencal life.
Our only complaint about this taste of France on SR 94 is the lackluster fruit on the cheese plate. Surely, Miami deserves better then cantaloupe.
Despite the name, the ribs at King Stuff-a-Lots are disappointing. Diners are instead advised to go with the classic chicken fried pheasant, which tastes amazingly like chicken. Drinks range from Florida favorite sweet tea, to the signature grog (which our tipster informs us is really a Tom Collins, shhh). For dessert, share a faux lamprey pie with your sweetheart! The apple filling is as sweet as she is.
The atmosphere here is pure fun. Each table is served by a jester, who will entrain both young and old. A lute player may invite single diners to join in a rousing sing-along, and the decorative suits of armor are made of real metal! Sadly, the knife thrower will be off for the next month as he recovers from surgery to correct a lazy eye. Don’t miss the bathrooms, amusingly labeled as “Knights” and “Princesses”!
This friendly neighborhood eatery caters to an offbeat crowd of independent choreographers, artists, and local sailors. The complementary popcorn on every table makes a great nibble to go with the famous white wine spritzers. The chicken breast marinated in Italian dressing makes for a filling and calorie conscious entree. Burn off the amazing ice cream cake by dancing to some of the many disco standards on the jukebox.
A classic New England style seafood shack on the Boardwalk, Tony’s serves excellent chowder and nachos. A perfect place for a relaxed date, gentlemen are advised that the roving accordion player will be glad to sing a romantic sea shanty for a nominal fee. Cited as best chowder in the city by the Miami Gadabout,and as the 5th cleanest restroom on the Boardwalk by the Board of Health.