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  • E.R. Bradley

    E.R. Bradley's Saloon

    104 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-833-3520 People still remember E.R. Bradley's when it was in its former location on "the island" of Palm Beach, but many things about the place haven't changed since it scooted over the water to the more proletarian West Palm. Its burgers still rock, and since the owners are from Maryland, diners can expect some seriously reliable, satisfying crab cakes. Otherwise, the menu is pretty basic. Items won't rock your culinary world, but they will fill your belly and satiate a craving. The real reason most people come is because there are few places around that feel like home to preppies, preppies turned biker wannabes, and just about anyone with even a modicum of class. Tons of outdoor seating allows for the enjoyment of Mother Nature's great contributions to our state, and it should be known that the deck tables are highly sought after. Oh, and lest we forget to mention the cocktails... this place is probably most regarded as a great spot to get your drink on. Bartenders here are dependable mixers, especially when asked to produce a classic. Yep, E.R. Bradley's has been, and will continue to be, the place to get drunk on all things Palm Beach. More >>

  • Edge Logistics

    3129 NW 25th Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33069-1030

  • Electric Pickle

    Electric Pickle

    2826 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-456-5613 If you want the city of Miami's version of South Beach in the '90s, you'll find it here. This is the cutting edge of electronic music parties in a small room. The Pickle has regular bookings of internationally renowned DJs. More >>

  • The End

    155 NE 38 St. Miami, FL 33130

  • Environ Theater

    3800 Environ Blvd. Lauderhill, FL 33319

  • Ernie

    Ernie's Bar BQ

    1843 S. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

    There's nothing nouveau or trendy at this downtown Fort Lauderdale smokehouse/sports bar. Casual and funky (check out Ernie's anti-gold-standard diatribes framed all over the downstairs dining room), Ernie's is a favorite with customers who keep coming back for the oversized burgers, fresh conch chowder, and home-baked Bimini bread. The BBQ is tangy and full of tomatoes and onions; a rack of ribs is more reminiscent of slow-cooked Italian short ribs than Southern soul food, and they're absolutely delicious. Regulars also partake of the full bar, friendly service, and open-air upstairs patio for enjoying balmy Florida nights. More >>

  • Escopazzo


    1311 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-674-9450 Since opening on Washington Avenue in 1993, the restaurant's calling card has been creative Northern Italian cuisine. That hasn't changed, but nowadays, the restaurants' fruits, vegetables, and dairy products are organic, beef is grass-fed and hormone-antibiotic free, and a few raw food selections have been added to the menu. Healthier, yes, but those seeking classic Italian fare will still find comfort in a starter of grilled, goat-cheese-stuffed eggplant rolls atop a gentle sauté of baby calamari, sweet cherry tomatoes, and mint. Or in a hearty main course of rosemary tagliatelle with Bolognese sauce. Escopazzo's kitchen's at mixing and matching big flavors is evident in a signature starter of silky asparagus flan floated in a creamy fondue of fontiana and smoked provola cheeses, capped with crispy shiitake mushrooms and misted with a whiff of white truffle oil. Escopazzo is expensive. The trio of meat entrées, for instance, cost $45 to $58. There is no questioning the quality: Barbera wine-braised beef short rib, pan-seared veal chop, and espresso-dusted, Kurobuta pork tenderloin are naturally raised. Tiramisu might just be South Beach's best, meltingly tender and lifted by assertive coffee undertones. More >>