DCOTA Cay Serves Casual Lunch Options in Luxury Surroundings
Set in a four-story skylit atrium, the view from Design Center of the America's DCOTA Cay restaurant is nothing short of impressive — it's like dining in a museum of decor. With 775,000 square feet of space catering to South Florida's leading interior designers, architects, and their patrons, it's no doubt the aesthetics are pleasing to the eye. Two years ago, the renowned center finally opened its doors to the general public with the addition of the eatery, which has just undergone big changes in management. The simple and reasonably priced fare is seeing some new creative flair. To read more about the chic stylings and simple lunch at DCOTA Cay, click here.
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