A Tour Of Florida Through Food

It takes about a day to travel from one tip of Florida to the other. It would take an eternity if you were to stop at all the amazing places there are to eat. Check out a few of the local favorites you should try out when you VISIT FLORIDA.

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Frenchy’s: Robert Neff / (CC BY 2.0) || Lone Cabbage Fish Camp: Visit Florida ll Universal Orlando Resort: inazkira / (CC BY-SA 2.0) ll Yoder’s Amish Restaurant: Robert Neff / (CC BY 2.0) & Richard Elzey / (CC BY 2.0) ll Columbia Restaurant: Visit Florida & Getty Images ll Green Turtle Inn: Florida Keys — Public Libraries / (CC BY 2.0) ll Kermit’s Key West Key Lime Shoppe: Kermit’s Key West Key Lime Shoppe ll Alabama Jacks: Robert Neff / (CC BY 2.0) ll Hogfish Bar and Grill: Cayobo / (CC BY-SA 2.0) (Cayobo / (CC BY 2.0)) ll Key Fisheries Market and Marina: Courtesy of Key Fisheries Market and Marina ll Satchel’s Pizza: Courtesy of Satchel’s Pizza ll Old Florida: Courtesy of Old Florida ll Fiddler’s Restaurant: Visit Florida ll Hyppo Gourmet Ice Pops: Courtesy of Hyppo ll Aunt Kate’s: Visit Florida & Moultrie Creek / (CC BY-SA 2.0) ll Seaside Food Trucks: Visit Florida & Paul Johnson / Getty Images ll Capt. Anderson’s: Courtesy of Capt. Anderson’s ll Flora-Bama Lounge: Courtesy of Flora-Bama Lounge ll Bradley’s Country Store: Shutterstock ll Boss Oyster: Nolan Williamson / (CC BY 2.0) ll Yardbird: Courtesy of Yardbird ll Le Tub: Visit Florida & ales houdek / (CC BY-SA 2.0) ll Joe’s Stone Crab: Hoberman Collection / Getty Images ll Café Versailles: dcwriterdawn / (CC BY-ND 2.0) & Shutterstock ll Randy’s Fishmarket: Shutterstock (2)

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