An eclectic menu, reasonable prices, and outdoor seating—perfect for people-watching—make this London import very popular, especially for brunch and happy hour.
Italian cuisine with Brazilian influences against an exquisite backdrop. Very exorbitant, so if someone invites you to this ravishing place, you better put out.
Big Pink offers great prices on fancy diner food. Open late, and often crowded, there you can (try to) be classy and still get the comfort food you crave.
Cuban cuisine with clientele as hot as Havana.
You’ll be torn between staring at the delicious brunch the sits in front of you or the delicious boys walking by outside. The porch is the perfect place to enjoy your eggs, bacon, pancakes and/or french toast.
You can taste the passion for food in this authentic, yet inventive family-run Italian restaurant. Diverse ingredients and combinations ensure pleasant surprises.
Dark and sultry, Magnum is popular with those who like campy entertainment and the gays it attracts. Yummy American menu; the hot beignets are a must.
Big taste for a big price. But if you think eating local is something worth paying an extra penny for, this good eats restaurant is a must.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served, but you’ll likely ruin your appetite with all the eye candy. Popular more for the beach location than for the food.
A legend in France, this Maison de Qualité is best known for its French pastries. You can also get sandwiches, but you know you need to satisfy your sweet tooth.