Onetime restaurant owner Bram Fowler is now a culinary artist for hire. And he doesn’t miss his former life one bit.
Cuba Libre showcases the fantastic flavors of Guillermo Pernot’s remarkable culinary journey.
For 28 years, restaurateur Chris Christini has stayed true to what made his fine-dining establishment a grand success—perfection.
Before- and after-dinner drinks serve their purpose—the palate and digestion, respectively.
At Tamarind, slow-roasted spices flavor the menu, which is out of this world.
The rapport that 903 Mills Market enjoys with neighbors is enhanced by its deliciously simple offerings.
From Cuban sandwiches to creamy flan, tiny Black Bean Deli delivers big-time on Latin classics.
Dining critic Joseph Hayes tells you all about the best kinds of ’cue in Orlando and who is making them. But if you want to do it yourself (and good luck with that, by the way), check out smokers and grills that’ll get the job done and the difference between smoking and grilling, plus recipes, cookbooks and websites on barbecuing.
Minor misses aside, Pasha deserves a star ranking for its pan-Mediterranean cuisine.
Our annual readers survey names the top restaurants in town in 60 categories.
Like the food it serves, the Darden upscale chain remains as fresh as the day it opened.
The shy genius behind Pom Pom’s and Tako Cheena lets her adventurous cuisine do the talking.
Sushi Pop is a feast for the eyes, as well as the taste buds. Breaking the rules has never been so much fun.
Being in charge of a high-end kitchen is demanding work, and a hungry chef is equally demanding. So where do some of Orlando’s top chefs dine?
At Pine Twenty2, the possibilities of what goes between the buns are endless. Just make a list.
Food trucks continue to reinvent the wheel. Here are five new mobile restaurants you should check out.
Here are 10 ideas to help get you out of it.
At deep blu seafood grille, chef Cory York’s creations immerse diners in unforgettable flavors.
Armando’s pie defines perfection, while Prato’s creation doesn’t come close to it.
Wherever you are in a relationship, there’s a restaurant to suit the occasion.
With room for only 22 diners two nights a week, The Table sets the mood for an exclusive dinner party.
The start of a new year means it’s time for dining critic Joseph Hayes to proclaim what’s ‘out’ and what’s ‘in.’
Maxine’s on Shine, with an Italian-esque menu, makes itself at home amid the dwellings off Mills.
Like they would eat anywhere else on Christmas Day.
Luma shines on with McGlamery’s creative flavor combinations and a chic dining room.
…with main courses and treats mentioned in Christmas stories and songs.
From the creators of Chef’s Table, a tastefully done addition.
Dining critic Joseph Hayes loves (not likes, loves) these four dishes for their citrus ingredients and thinks you will, too.
A Lake Eola neighborhood is back in business as a dining destination.
At Cocina 214, Southwestern cuisine is open to interpretation. And the chef knows what he’s talking about.
A few sparks fly at City Fire, but the overall dining experience is a flameout.