Dining — 25 August 2012
Fine dining, food and drink

Rebecca Cahilly
Fine Dining Writer Rebecca Cahilly’s passion for food is nearly as intense as her passion for travel, so she tries to combine both whenever possible. “I’ve always been a stickler for great service and fresh, not frozen, food,” she says, “With two small children, going out is a rare and special occasion, so this criteria is now an imperative.” When she’s not dodging spoonfuls of ketchup during family outings to Chick-Fil-A, she and her husband are most likely to be found enjoying a quiet meal and a bottle of the house’s finest at these secret date-night spots.

Canyon Southwest Café, Fort Lauderdale
www.canyonfl.com
place I go to discuss existentialism while worshipping a Prickly Pear Margarita.

 

The Field Irish Pub & Eatery, Dania Beach
www.thefieldfl.com
The closest we get here to frolicking in a meadow while a shoeless fiddler plays on.

 

Greek Islands Taverna, Fort Lauderdale
www.greekislandstaverna.com
Two words: Lamb Chops.

 

Café Vico,Fort Lauderdale
www.cafevicorestaurant.com
Our first date was at Café Vico. Yes, we are married now – and Chef Marco greets us like family every time we stop in.

 

buccan, Palm Beach
www.buccanpalmbeach.com
The unique “see-and-be-seen” place whose small dishes never fail to delight the senses. One of my Best New Restaurants of 2011.

 

BurgerFi,
multiple locations
www.burgerfi.com
Our Friday Night Family Fun spot; love these burgers and the fact that they are all natural!

 

Garlic (abundantly available, thank goodness)
I begin nearly all my dishes with a clove.

 

Water for the table?
The answer to the eternal question: Sparkling or Still? Sparkling, always.

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