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Zagat, pronounced za-GAT´ (rhymes with the cat), is the brand name of America's leading guides to restaurants and hotels. Zagat Surveys are questionnaires that list the names of hundreds of popular restaurants in a specific market. The questionnaires are used to poll the opinion of diners who frequent these establishments. An independent data processor compiles the votes. The published reviews are based on these surveys, with numerical ratings reflecting the average scores given by all survey participants who voted on each establishment and text based on direct quotes from, or fair paraphrasings of, participants’ comments. The resulting data has rapidly become some of the most sought after on the planet. Their restaurant reviews and hotel guides are an integral part of every major travel organization's set of vacation tools. They maintain a Fort Lauderdale page on their web site that offers a search engine to locate the culinary fare of your choice. If you prefer you can browse precompiled lists sorted in a variety of useful ways. The lists are sorted by Neighborhood, Cuisine, Alphabetical order, Popularity, Best Food, and a dozen other formats. For each chosen venue, they rate the food, the decor, the service, and the cost. It really works...give it a try!
Dine.com is a premier resource for unbiased reviews and information about thousands of restaurants. All the reviews come from visitors of Dine.com - not paid reviewers. It is the world's largest restaurant review web site with over 150,000 restaurants listed, 120,000 of them reviewed. Go to any location (i.e. Fort Lauderdale) and you will be rewarded with a list of different types of fare. Simply choose the cuisine that suits your mood and the results are offered in either Alphabetical order or in order of Reviewer Preference. Try It!
Internationally renown, Fodors is the world's largest English language travel guidebook publisher. 60 years of experience entitles Fodors to authoritatively rate and recommend Fort Lauderdale Restaurants along with dining establishments the world over. Fodors disseminates excellent reviews, location information, pricing estimates, and independently developed ratings.
With offices in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, Florida Menu Guide, Inc. was created to provide Florida restaurant patrons the ability to evaluate menus in their area prior to making a dining commitment. There are over 35,000 restaurants now serving a wide variety of cuisines throughout the Sunshine State. Their forum enables diners to access their local dine in and takeout menus via the most time efficient and convenient means available. Having a variety of local menus at your fingertips allows you to get the best from your dining experience. On behalf of Florida's hungry college students, there is an Off Campus Menu Guide that presents the menus of local eateries to the University of Miami, Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Broward Community College (BCC), Nova Southeastern, and many other Florida campuses. The site's search capabilities allow you to peruse the menus, delivery and take out info, location data, restaurant links (when available), and specialties of Fort Lauderdale restaurants or restaurants in the area (and cuisine genre) of your choice!
the Florida Restaurant Guide is your guide to fine dining in Florida! Florida is divided into the Northern, Central, Western, and Southern regions. Each region is sorted by county. Click your county (i.e. Broward) to elicit a compendium of available restaurants. A majority of the listed restaurants offer contact information, replicas of their current menus, and pictures that capture the atmosphere of the establishment.
America Online's Digital City is the nation's largest locally-focused online network, delivering local entertainment, commerce, news, community resources and personal interaction to residents and visitors in more than 60 cities across the country. Their South Florida Dining Section is user friendly, quick and effective. Pick any neighborhood in South Florida, enter your fare of choice, and an ample selection of locations is proposed.
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Enter the appropriate zip code (i.e. 33308) to find a restaurant in the neighborhood of your choice. TRY IT!
Started in 1999, VegDining.com's mission is "To do our best to promote vegetarianism by doing our best to promote vegetarian restaurants around the world." The site specializes in Vegetarian Restaurants - WORLDWIDE. Basically, they exist to help overcome the main problem haunting the modern day vegetarian, to find a place to eat. Their international links offer vegetarian establishment and adjunctive reviews all over the world, including Florida. To complement their restaurant listings, they provide a list of vegetarian-friendly natural food stores and related businesses in Florida. Self-admitted vegetarian fanatics, they even carry a Guide to Vegetarian Travel with national, regional and municipal travel notes (vegetarian phrases in various languages) and links for Vegetarian Accommodations.
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For those natives that draw comfort from their hometown newspaper, the Sun-Sentinel is an excellent outlet for culinary guidance. Their huge database of restaurants from the Keys to Palm Beach and their current reviews afford the adventurous diner an excellent resource. Indicate your neighborhood, your favorite culinary genre, and your price range and you are rewarded with a list of every conforming restaurant candidate. Select a restaurant and you're presented with every conceivable pertinent detail relative to that establishment. The Sun-Sentinel has an excellent Food Section adjunct to their restaurant offerings. Special feature articles, numerous rotating recipes, dieting data, and links to dozens of food related web sites are all here.
Miami.Com is the internet alias of the Miami Herald. As is expected of a large metropolitan newspaper, the web site has a very comprehensive Dining Section. Read the food news, follow special culinary features, get recipes, or wallow in the plethora of soup to nuts reviews that are available for every restaurant in South Florida. There are nearly a thousand listed Restaurants, the majority of which are professionally reviewed. In an effort to simplify our lives, Miami.Com also documents the top few in each of South Florida's major consumer markets (Miami, Miami Beach, Greater Fort Lauderdale, and the Florida Keys). A thorough Restaurant Search engine rounds out this web site.
Created by the Board of Broward County Commissioners in 1987, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau (GFLCVB) is funded by a portion of the five percent tax on hotel rooms (as of July 1, 1996). The GFLCVB promotes the Greater Fort Lauderdale area as a premier leisure and meeting destination. In addition to a substantial Restaurant section and comprehensive Multicultural Restaurant listings, they proffer a Restaurant Search Engine, sorted by location and cuisine, the results of which often include a complete menu. The cherry on the top of this dining web site is a compilation of the actual Recipes for the most popular dishes offered by some of Fort Lauderdale's best restaurants. Check it out!
SouthFloridaDines.com, Inc. was established in April of 2001. We are the largest and most comprehensive online Dining Guide in South Florida. We are also the producers of the South Florida Dines TV Show. We are in no way affiliated with any other online dining guides, TV Shows or Radio Programs. By offering dining gift certificates at 50% of the face value, customers of SouthFloridaDines.com have the incentive to try new restaurants that they might previously overlooked, or had never known about. We welcome your suggestions regarding our website, TV show, and/or new restaurants that you would like to see listed on this site.