Monday, August 8, 2011

Restaurants, Eateries, & Food in Homestead, Florida

Homestead, Florida is surprising full of simple and good restaurants. This is a quick list of Andy (my fiancee) and my favorite places. No chain restaurants here! This list includes food places for all appetites. Visit one before my art exhibit opening Once Drove Through Florida at the Children's Gallery and Art Center on the evening of August 20th. If a place was missed, share as a comment, please. 

Just want a snack? Try some of the best fruit milkshakes in this world at Robert Is Here.
Schnebly Still Life ©2006 acrylics on canvas
20x16 inches

For pizza and garlic rolls from heaven and a bueno-bonito-barato (good, pretty, cheap) experience, Mamma Mia's Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria 2 is unbeatable. 

Fresh and local seafood off the truck daily from the Keys can be found at Captain's Restaurant and Seafood. Try their specials, like banana rum scallops. 

New place opened in the last year, featuring Chef Jodrick's cooking creations! Stop by and get the best mofongo or Mongolian Beef in the South Florida area. Chefs On the Run of Homestead is the place for gourmet food. Daily specials are posted by Jessica on their Facebook page. You will leave happy! 

Mexican food without frills, family owned Rosita's has great chips and salsa, but La Cruzada Taqueria is also one of our favorite eateries. Your choice here, because each is down home Mexican food!

Even Homestead, Florida has a Starbucks. However, if you are looking for traditional Cuban sandwiches, cafe cubano, pastelitos, etc. for a picnic, go to Cuba Bakery. Otherwise, Mario's Latin Cafe has real Cuban food by Cuban cooks. 

Suvi Thai and Sushi Restaurant has sushi and thai food. All the food here is wonderful…if you are looking for hot and spicy, pay attention when the servers ask you to rate how hot!

Peking House has the best standard Chinese food.

Mutineer Restaurant has the best range of American foods with steaks and seafood items. You can eat in the formal dining room or at the Wharf Lounge bar. 

Salvadorian food is found at Antojitos Mexican and SalvadoreƱos Restaurante. Try pupusas and other unique items.

Three different ice cream experiences are in Homestead. For Cuban and tropical flavor ice cream, visit 4 JJJJ Pizzeria, Ice Cream, and Restaurant. For Mexican flavors, La Michoacana Mexican was recommended by the Miami Herald. For a more American tradition with a twist, try Scoops Creamery.

Angeline's caveats on this restaurant list she created:
Casual clothing style is allowed at all restaurants. All price ranges are included, starting from $10 per person. Please check each link for prices and perhaps menu items. Please check each link for the hours they are open to the public. Recommended places to visit is created in a different blog post. This tour ends with a visit at the Children's Gallery and Art Center, where you can cool off and get an art experience! 

Save the date! You are invited to share more art at my exhibit opening Once Drove Through Florida on Saturday, August 20th, at the Children's Gallery and Art Center that runs through September 13th, 2011. 
Remember, too, to explore Paris, France with me during my Fridays in France posts which began Friday, May 6th. Interested in original art from Paris? Check out my Send Paris to You Project!

Angeline Marie of


Rosie Brown said...

Thanks, Angeline! I only knew of a couple before this post. Food and art in Homestead.....what could be better?


Angeline-Marie said...

You are welcome, Rosie!

Jason L. Eldridge said...

Great... There are several here that I will have to try. Maybe even on the way to your opening! Oh, I really like the still life painting as well. I love the direction of light and the mix of colors. Looks like something I would have hanging in/near my kitchen.

Angeline-Marie said...

We would be happy to join you on almost any night but the 20th. LOL

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