Restaurant Reviews

DCOTA Cay Serves Gourmet Lunch Priced for 99 Percenters, in a 1 Percenter Setting

It certainly isn't the most likely spot to grab a burger. From the outside, it looks like any normal, boring office park, an imposing boxlike structure with guarded gates and a parking lot.

But the Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA) is far from ordinary once you walk in the door. The museum-like center was once limited to designers and their patrons (aside from special days designated for the public).

However, a couple of years back, DCOTA expanded with the addition of DCOTA Cay, a swanky new lunch spot catering to the showroom staff, its customers, and the 99 percenters who want to peek into the lifestyles -- and decor -- of the rich and famous.

See also: Closer Look: DCOTA Cay in Dania Beach (Slideshow)

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Sara Ventiera