On the second leg of our delicious exploration of great eats near our Taylor Morrison communities in Arizona, California and Colorado, we’re ready to head for Florida and Georgia. Together, we’ll discover where to go when you’re craving something ethnic, want to satisfy your carnivorous side, hankering for Southern-style food or need something for your sweet tooth.
Maria D’anna Café – You’ll enjoy a dash of charm and friendly warmth as you savor the authentic Polish food at this popular European-style café. Maria D’anna’s satisfies with pork chops, goulash and much more, plus a selection of beer and wine. Try the pierogis, their little pillows of heavenly tastiness.
Bha! Bha! – This boutique Persian bistro in Naples conjures up the lush flavors and fragrant aromas of Persia, with culinary influences from Mesopotamia, Anatolia and Central Asia. Be sure to have some savory lamb kabobs.
Roadhouse Café – Billed as the bests food and best jazz in Southwest Florida, Roadhouse café offers elegance, fine dining and live jazz entertainment. Choose from an array of appetizers, salads, pasta dishes, entrees and wines.
Victoria & Albert’s – Whether you have a vacation house in Orlando or live here year-round, Victoria & Albert’s is an experience you can’t miss out on. The award winning Four Star restaurant is located in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
The Ravenous Pig – This lively restaurant’s menu is seasonally inspired and grounded in the offerings of local farmers, fishermen and artisanal sources. Described as having a gastropub atmosphere, The Ravenous Pig features craft beers, wines and original cocktails.
Blue Bird Bake Shop – Voted 2015 Best Bakery in Orlando, this is the place to go for delicious, creative cupcakes, muffins, cookies, brownies and more. The shop also offers drip coffee, cappuccinos, lattes and espresso.
Adriatico – Healthy and authentic Italian cuisine with an emphasis on seafood, good wine and social ambiance can always be found on the menu here. It’s a fresh, fine dining experience that speaks to the Italian origins of food artist Luigi and Tommaso, owner.
Big Water Fish Market – When you’re in the mood for simple, delicious and casual, Big Water Fish Market is the place to be. The eatery is located near the south bridge on Siesta Key, an oasis of fresh fish, seafood and produce in the Crescent Beach Shopping Center.
Wat Mongkolratanaram Thai Temple – If you can’t pronounce the name don’t worry; it’s also known as Wat Tampa. This is an actual Thai temple, but you can stop by on Sundays for lunch at the Thai food market. Menu changes weekly.
Brocato’s Sandwich Shop – Brocato’s has been around since 1948, evolving from a grocery store to a meat market to the popular sandwich shop it is today. If you own one of our homes in Tampa, be sure to stop by and try the Cuban sandwich, deviled crabs and potato balls.
Bones – This steak and seafood serves up stellar service along with its incredible lunches and dinners. Recognized as Zagat’s best restaurant in Atlanta 2015, this is where you have to go when you want the best steak or lamb chops around.
Fat Matt’s Rib Shack – Tasty BBQ ribs and chicken, pulled pork sandwiches, rum beans, mac and cheese. No matter what you eat at this Atlanta institution, you’ll love it. The live blues music is the perfect finishing touch.
South City Kitchen – South City Kitchen has been serving unforgettable sophisticated Southern cuisine and hospitality to appreciative patrons in Midtown for twenty years. The bungalow restaurant adds contemporary to classic dishes, like the ridiculously delicious fried chicken.