Owner Jason Chin and Chef Austin Boyd have elevated sushi and pan-Asian dining to a delicious new level.
Chef Douglas Braselman continues the 17-year tradition of tasty New Orleans cuisine at the Universal CityWalk gem.
Local cocktails being offered on tap.
From ribs to shrimp and grits, Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen adds seasonal spice to College Park’s dining scene.
National Treasure Napa Valley
Whether cooking snapper or spoonbread, Slate’s Dominic Rice is a master of textures and tastes—and he operates a mean oven.
Handcrafted spirits from Florida and beyond make a perfect gift for Dad (or perhaps yourself).
Finding wine you love at any price point is no longer a challenge.
In celebration of Orlando magazine’s 70th anniversary, we catch up with four previous inductees into our Dining Hall of Fame.
Central Florida chefs and restaurants.
Creative cuisine abounds at three new eateries emphasizing the good earth.
Two trailblazers head the list of time-tested dining places offering meat alternatives.
Chefs Kathleen Blake and Kevin Fonzo celebrate anniversaries with a continuing focus on seasonal and sustainable.
Park Plaza Gardens embarks on a new journey, this time with Chef Bram Fowler at the helm.
At Urbain 40, Chef Jean-Stephane Poinard draws on his expertise and that of generations before him to create out-of-this-world French dishes.
Joseph Hayes rounds up some of his most recent favorite dishes and restaurants.
1987: The Silver Skillet Awards—A precursor to our annual Dining Awards
10 restaurants to check out who's desserts are just a sweet as their other offerings.
Delightful concoctions you may not be familiar with—but should be.
Works of art too gorgeous to eat—well, almost.
Sweet dreams come true, like peanut butter satin pie and berry cream tarts.
From real malts to a monster sundae, it’s time to chill out.
Dining critic Joseph Hayes has searched the city for the yummiest sweet treats—from pies and chocolates made with TLC, to killer ice cream sandwiches and popsicles. So pick up a napkin, drop the calorie counter and dig into a slice of sugar heaven.
An update on the local food scene in Orlando.
Tampa and St. Pete boast an abundance of worthy new hotspots and legendary mainstays where you can eat, drink and be merry.
To the North Quarter Tavern, that is, where Chef Matt Wall raises the bar on bar food.
From seafood to fowl, the plates crafted by The Osprey Tavern’s Joseph Cournoyer-Burnett tell a story of delicious daring and creativity.
Five intriguing cream liqueurs sure to fill your household with cheer.
Whether you crave flatbreads, fresh fish, or shrimp and grits, MOOR’s menu offers delightful culinary excursions.
From pastas to hearty beef dishes, Itar Bistro and Market superbly melds the flavors of Italy and Argentina.
These days the multitudinous variety of rolls available from full-service sushi places just isn’t enough, so now there are choose-your-own adventure options. Choice is good.
Looking for a beef alternative? Here are some nontraditional offerings.
Even though that old standby, Steak ‘n Shake, has been pairing, well, steaks and shakes for more than 80 years, the latest wave of burger joints has reintroduced milkshakes and house-made custard to a new generation.
Here are some Orlando-area favorites that have kept the hometown burger fires burning, some for decades.
Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival marks 20 years with noteworthy new offerings.
Where to find EVERY restaurant mentioned in the burger feature