The Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery in Fort Lauderdale has closed, but the Andrews Avenue corridor near the New River soon will be awash in new drinking and eating options.
Miamians are humming a brand new tune when it comes to Sunday brunch. Whether you’re getting together with friends or enjoying the company of family, you can kick back with mimosas and your favorite breakfast foods accompanied with live jazz. These six South Florida restaurants are hitting a high note when it comes to their Sunday brunches—the food ain’t bad either.
“U need a biscuit,” reads a mural on the brick walls of Willa Jean, a hot spot for brunch in New Orleans. Travel + Leisure readers took that sign to heart this year, and found that yes, in fact, they needed a biscuit.
My Bloody Past: The Seafood Connection. Don’t know it? That may be because you’re under 75. Back in the ‘80s my parents never seemed to mind the Boca Raton restaurant’s two-hour wait or the mass of senior snowbirds seeking early dinners there. You see, the Seafood Connection was the epicenter of a local foodie trend: When vacationing in South Florida, one would always dine out on defrosted Maine lobster or Alaskan king crab legs.