Jack Littmann-Quinn predicts that this new restaurant, open for just six weeks, has all the right ingredients to be a local icon for the hottest emerging trend in cuisine and dining out.Read more ›
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Offering authentic Cuban cuisine in a quaint, simple, casual, cafeteria-like setting, with large portions and wallet-friendly pricing, Rincon Cubano is one of the best-kept secrets in Sarasota. However, whenever authenticity, quality and value come together like this, it is hard to keep it a secret!Read more ›
When he thinks of celebrations, Jack Littman-Quinn always thinks of food. And when it comes to Mothers’ Day, dining out is always his first choice. No other holiday is celebrated as widely at restaurants than that special day with Mom. Jack surveyed a few restaurants to dig into their special offers for Mothers’ Day.Read more ›
This inconspicuous eatery on the South Trail quietly opened its doors with the promise of something unique. With an air of Irish authenticity, a great selection of Irish beers and whiskey, a gastronomic focus on quality Irish food and the recent addition of evening entertainment, Pub 32 is providing an extraordinary Irish pub experience.Read more ›
Located at 1990 Main St. in the space formerly occupied by Buddha Belly Donuts and Brasserie Belge, a new Sarasota restaurant has emerged. M.A.D.E., an acronym for Modern American Delicious Eats, is the shared vision of two friends, Michael Ripatranzone and Mark D. Woodruff.Read more ›
Creating an exceptional dining experience on a daily basis is difficult for any restaurant. Yet The Table Creekside makes it look routine! The cuisine is eclectic, combining an interesting mix of high-quality fresh ingredients, seasonings, spices, contrasting flavors and textures to create a truly international dining experience.Read more ›