The Everglades Restaurants

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  • 1. City Seafood

    $$ | Seafood

    Owner Richard Wahrenberger serves up gems from the sea delivered fresh from his own boats. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner inside this rustic...Read More

  • 2. Coopertown Restaurant

    $ | American

    Make this a pit stop for local color and cuisine fished straight from the swamp. Started in the early 1960s as a sandwich stand, this eatery...Read More

  • 3. Everglades Adventure Center and Taste of the Everglades Restaurant

    $$ | Seafood

    Formerly Everglades Seafood Depot, this restaurant still offers tasty, affordable meals in a scenic setting in a storied 1928 Spanish-style...Read More

  • 4. Havana Cafe

    $$ | Cuban

    Cuban specialties are a welcome alternative from the typical seafood houses of Everglades City. This cheery eatery—3 miles south of Everglades...Read More

  • 5. Joanie's Blue Crab Cafe

    $ | Seafood

    West of the nation's tiniest post office by a quarter mile or so, you'll find this red barn of a place dishing out catfish, frogs' legs, gator...Read More

  • 6. La Panaderia Favorita

    $ | Bakery

    To pick up treats for picnics in the Everglades, look no further than La Panaderia Favorita, truly a fave among locals for savory café con leche...Read More

  • 7. Miccosukee Restaurant

    $$ | American

    For breakfast or lunch (or dinner until 9 pm, November–April), this roadside cafeteria a quarter mile from the Miccosukee Indian Village provides...Read More

  • 8. Oyster House Restaurant

    $$ | Seafood

    One of the town's oldest fish houses, Oyster House serves, along with the requisite oysters, all the local staples—shrimp, gator tail, frogs...Read More

  • 9. Pit Bar-B-Q

    $ | Barbecue

    This old-fashioned roadside eatery along Tamiami Trail near Krome Avenue was launched in 1965 by the late Tommy Little, who wanted to provide...Read More

  • 10. Rod and Gun Club

    $$$ | Seafood

    Striking, polished pecky-cypress woodwork in this historic building dates from the 1920s, when wealthy hunters, anglers, and yachting parties...Read More

  • 11. Royal Palm Grill

    $ | American

    You may have a déjà vu moment if you drive down Krome Avenue, where two Royal Palm Grills are just a hop-skip away from each other. This popular...Read More

  • 12. Sam's Kountry Kitchen

    $ | American

    For Southern home-style cooking with breakfast all day, head to Sam's Kountry Kitchen, previously known as Momma D's. Through many ownership...Read More

  • 13. Shiver's BBQ

    $$ | Barbecue

    Piggin' out since the 1960s, Shiver's ranks as a lip-smackin' must for lovers of hickory-smoked barbecued pork, beef, and chicken in assorted...Read More

  • 14. Suvi Thai & Sushi Homestead

    $$ | Asian

    For lighter, more exotic fare near the Everglades (a separate location is in Miami Springs), you can get Thai and Japanese favorites from pad...Read More

  • 15. Triad Seafood

    $$ | Seafood

    Along the Barron River, seafood houses, fishing boats, and crab traps populate one shoreline; mangroves the other. Selling fresh off the boat...Read More

  • 16. White Lion Cafe

    $$ | Italian

    Although the antique shop space within the bungalow-style café is now history, this 45-seat comfort-food haven, with full bar, remains embellished...Read More

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