Sarasota Dining Guide

Foodies will find nothing to complain about in Sarasota. This is a town that will have something for you, whatever your tastes, mood or budget. What’s more, as any Sarasota dining guide will tell you, there are more Zagat-rated restaurants here than there are in most other places in the state.

While this is in no way a comprehensive Sarasota dining guide (there’s hardly enough space in this post), here’s a look at what you can expect when you dine out here:

If you’re in the mood for fine dining, you’ll find the city abounding with options. Among the standouts are The Colony Dining Room, Euphemia Haye and Chef Jose Martinez’s Maison Blanche on Longboat Key, as well as Café L’Europe at St. Armands Circle.

Hungry for comfort food? Check out Yoder’s, an Amish restaurant that first opened its doors in 1975, or Owen’s Fish Camp in Downtown Sarasota’s historic Burns Square District.

Looking for spectacular views as well as cuisine? While many restaurants here boast great vistas, there’s nothing as classic as the view of Sarasota Bay from the soaring glass windows of the Dining Room at Marina Jack. You’ll also want to check out Beach Bistro on Anna Maria Island, which was recently named one of the country’s best restaurants by the Zagat Restaurant Guide.

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