If you’re in Miami and you’re looking to get a great meal for an even better price, you’re in luck. Miami Spice is back and providing South Florida with delicious deals.
Samuel Gorenstein, a two-time James Beard semifinalist, knows a lot about ceviche.
Buon appetito! A local chef has brought the amazing taste of Italy to South Florida, all at cheap eat prices.
From subs and salads in North Miami to gourmet small plates in Miami’s design district, CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo is dishing out delicious tips for cheap eats in South Florida.
If you’re in the mood for authentic Mexican cuisine and don’t want to break the bank, look no further than Salsa Fiesta in Pembroke Pines.
Authentic fresh Mexican food is the name of the game at Zona Fresca. First popping up in Fort Lauderdale off Federal Highway, there are now three Zona Fresca’s in Broward County.
There’s a fun, fast and fresh casual dining spot on Brickell that’s sure to have poultry lovers positively squawking in delight! Welcome to Kokoriko, Colombia’s widely successful restaurant chain specializing in all natural, antibiotic free rotisserie style chicken dishes.
Imagine a pizza with quail eggs and maple syrup along with peppers and onions. If that’s your idea of fine dining, then the PL8 Kitchen and Side Bar might be the perfect cheap eat.
Calling South Beach’s newest Mexican restaurant “Lolita Cocina and Tequila Bar” sexy and edgy might sound a bit strange, but looking around the newly renovated space off 1st Street and Collins Avenue with red velvet walls, glass chandeliers and rustic bar you get a certain vibe.
Some of the best eats out there are far from fancy, and far from pricey, and those are the kind of dishes you find at a new restaurant in the MiMo district dubbed “Blue Collar”, after the self described “blue collar cook” who runs the place.