Ruka kwenda kwenye maudhui

Chakula na mikahawa ndani ya Florida

Mikahawa ya viwango vya juu

Burudani ya Jumla
“Right beside Universal’s two theme parks is an entertainment area that offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. With restaurants like Cowfish Grill, ViVo, Hard Rock Café, Margaretville and more this is a popular night spot for the whole family. ”
  • Wakazi 158 wanapendekeza
Maeneo ya jirani
“Known for its many colorful murals, Wynwood is one of the city’s most happening districts. Wynwood Walls is an outdoor museum showcasing large-scale works by some of the world’s best-known street artists. The surrounding streets have converted warehouses housing craft breweries and funky art galleries. A hip young crowd frequents the neighborhood’s chic clothing boutiques, stylish bistros and late-night bars.”
  • Wakazi 329 wanapendekeza
Night Club
“Restaurant/nightclub with cocktails, live Latin music & entertainment until 5 AM.”
  • Wakazi 137 wanapendekeza
Baa la Pwani
“Great on the weekends, especially Sunday, beach day club environment, very chill and casual place to grab drinks or dinner. Sunday night they have a night club that is very good.”
  • Wakazi 114 wanapendekeza
Mkahawa wa Kimeksiko
“When you first show up at Bodega, you could easily mistake it for a popular neighborhood taqueria. Between the Airstream trailer serving tacos and the picnic tables, it looks like a low-key spot. It is that, but as you see the Ubers full of models and clubgoers arriving and disappearing into the small taco joint, you get a sense there might be something more going on. Look around for a guy with an earpiece at the back of the room and tell him your friend sent you, and you might just get directed to a back door that looks like an entrance to a Porta Potti. Pass through here and you’ll enter a graffiti-filled men’s washroom. It’s only after passing through yet another door that you will enter one of South Beach’s hot hidden nightclubs. The mixologists have an extensive menu that relies heavily on “illegal” mezcal, and the DJ keeps the room pumping all through the night. It caters to a friendly, slightly older crowd and makes for a good introduction to the South Beach scene minus the cover charge and lineups that you’ll find at clubs closer to the beach.”
  • Wakazi 94 wanapendekeza
Jumba la makumbusho la Sanaa
“Adult admission: $10 Hours: Wednesday through Monday, 10am to 5pm The Bass Museum of Art is located in Miami Beach. Founded in 1963, it originally consisted largely of the donated private collection of local residents John and Johanna Bass, though it has since more than doubled in size and now includes pieces from a wide range of artists and donors. The permanent galleries reopened in late 2017 with a significantly expanded collection. Unfortunately, the expansion work came at a hefty cost that’s now passed on to the once-free museum’s customers. Check ahead for special exhibitions, most of which feature work from specific contemporary artists.”
  • Wakazi 62 wanapendekeza
Mkahawa wa Mandhari
“A fun night out, great dinner and an exciting show! 1.5 miles from the townhouse. 4510 W Vine St, Kissimmee, FL 34746.”
  • Wakazi 55 wanapendekeza
Baa la Pwani
“Flora-bama is a must go place for adults! It is a landmark. Anyone who has ever visited the area knows about Flora-Bama. It has multiple areas of bar scene with great live music. So much fun for everyone over 21!”
  • Wakazi 112 wanapendekeza

Mikahawa

Night Club
“Restaurant/nightclub with cocktails, live Latin music & entertainment until 5 AM.”
  • Wakazi 137 wanapendekeza
Jumba la makumbusho la Sanaa
“Adult admission: $10 Hours: Wednesday through Monday, 10am to 5pm The Bass Museum of Art is located in Miami Beach. Founded in 1963, it originally consisted largely of the donated private collection of local residents John and Johanna Bass, though it has since more than doubled in size and now includes pieces from a wide range of artists and donors. The permanent galleries reopened in late 2017 with a significantly expanded collection. Unfortunately, the expansion work came at a hefty cost that’s now passed on to the once-free museum’s customers. Check ahead for special exhibitions, most of which feature work from specific contemporary artists.”
  • Wakazi 62 wanapendekeza
Mkahawa wa Vyakula vya baharini
“This place have some really good food. I especially like the brunch on Sundays.....”
  • Wakazi 78 wanapendekeza
Mkahawa wa Vyakula vya baharini
“A must if visiting Miami Beach between October - May (stone Crab season): So here’s how it works. You tell your friends you’re coming to Joe’s. Invariably, one of your friends then tells you that he or she “knows a guy who’ll get you in.” You then get to hear all the tips and tricks you need to know to make sure you look and act like you’ve been to Joe’s before. The mystery and fun related to dining at Joe’s is ever evolving. So we thought it might be a good idea to put all the important information about coming to Joe’s in one place. RESERVATIONS You shouldn’t have any reservations about coming to Joe’s. That’s why we don’t take them. Just walk right in and give your name to the Mâitre D’. Guests are seated on a first-come first-serve basis. THE WAIT The wait at Joe’s bar is one of the more legendary “see-and-be-seen” events in all of South Florida. In fact, we know of at least two people who come to Joe’s regularly just for the wait. If, however, “see-and-be-seen” is not your thing, there are options that will help: • Come early. The crowds normally don’t get too heavy till after 7:00pm. • Fridays, Saturdays and holidays are typically much more crowded than a normal weekday crowd. • Joe’s Take Away is bit more laid back and has bistro tables and a great wine bar. • Order Online. Packages are shipped out overnight and there’s rarely a wait for your dining room table. DRESS CODE It’s Joe’s. Please choose an outfit in which we’ll both be comfortable. Casual, but neat attire. Men must have sleeves. No beach attire. No athletic wear. No cut off shorts. CHILDREN We welcome children at Joe’s, however Joe’s is typically pretty crowded. Our seating captains, waiters and busboys are all moving fast in order to deliver great service and cover a lot of area. In this atmosphere, a stroller can easily lead to broken plates, spilled drinks and an embarrassed guy in a suit sprawled out on the floor. So to avoid the tripping hazard we don’t allow strollers in the dining areas and we ask that children be supervised at all time.”
  • Wakazi 135 wanapendekeza
Baa
“Hot spot where stylish diners sample Italian small plates & cocktails while grooving to DJ music.”
  • Wakazi 62 wanapendekeza
Duka la Kahawa
“If you want a quick cup of coffee while you stroll Forsyth Park, Sentient Bean is a must-visit. Plenty of plant-based options on the menu as well! ”
  • Wakazi 68 wanapendekeza
Mkahawa
“One of Savannah's artsy local coffee shop. With friendly staff and great pastries. (And tacos)”
  • Wakazi 63 wanapendekeza
Mkahawa
“Seville Quarter contains a number of restaurants and bars, and is often where it's happening if something is happening downtown.”
  • Wakazi 59 wanapendekeza

Tanuri za Kuokea Mikate

Tanuri mikate
“The Miami institution has been the unofficial town hall for El Exilio since 1971. However, this Calle Ocho icon serves more than just cafecito. Its Cuban sandwich ($6.50), with classic fixings such as sweet ham and Swiss cheese, is a winner with the fast-casual crowd, and a traditional roast pork Cuban-style ($10.95) is a hearty meal served with rice and beans. But if you simply want to stop by the to-go window — AKA la ventanita — for croquetas, no one will judge you”
  • Wakazi 79 wanapendekeza
Tanuri mikate
“Only opens between Thursday and Sunday. But a must visit place when around Savannah! Delicious place to have breakfast or looking for yummy pastries and desserts (Their chocolate cookies are the best!) ”
  • Wakazi 44 wanapendekeza
Mkahawa wa Kimarekani
“One of my favorite restaurant’s downtown. Farm to table with homemade sauces and special cocktails. The pickled shrimp is a must. ”
  • Wakazi 64 wanapendekeza
Soko
“It’s so charming and friendly- great place to ride bikes to and eat outside. Also there are a few hidden gems inside. Don’t miss the Gideons Bakery- they sell out of their cookies everyday by 3:00.”
  • Wakazi 49 wanapendekeza
Tanuri mikate
“The hardest part is figuring out what to buy. I usually want one of everything, but they have too many choices. Excellent coffee”
  • Wakazi 41 wanapendekeza
Duka la Kidomo
“Mazzaro Italian Market is an Italian cuisine fine food market located in St. Petersburg, Florida. It hosts wine tastings and book signings. It is known for its cheeses, olives, deli sandwiches, bakery items, handmade pastas and pre-made dishes. ”
  • Wakazi 57 wanapendekeza
Duka la Kidomo
“Like a Dean & DeLuca's with multiple stations with different food options and also upscale grocery store. Just next to the movie theater.”
  • Wakazi 35 wanapendekeza
Mkahawa wa Kimarekani
“Great for morning coffee and croissants at the bakery side or delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner restaurant. Beautiful view with outdoor seatings. ”
  • Wakazi 43 wanapendekeza
0