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September 24, 2017

Chris Sherman

Florida Trend Restaurant Editor • Chris Sherman

 
Chris Sherman

Florida Trend restaurant editor Chris Sherman stuck his finger into Key lime pie 20 years ago. He has eaten his way up down and across Florida, tucking into grits, datil peppers, and medianoche sandwiches as well as the dishes of our grandest chefs, young and old. Florida sets a big and constantly changing table, so when you find a great new restaurant or have a grand meal, let Chris know. Ditto for those dinners that don't match the hype. He can't be everywhere... although he'd like to be. Share your thoughts with Chris.

Articles by Sherman:

Chris Sherman on secrets of a good winelist
Chris Sherman, restaurant editor at Florida Trend, details the features that make a winelist great.
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On board: Chefs across Florida are creating their own charcuterie
Chefs are creating their own charcuterie in restaurants — and homes — across Florida.
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2016 Trends: Hints of what's to come
New concepts throughout Florida give a hint of what's in store
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Words of Mouth, 2016
Ten dining definitions all foodies should be familiar with.
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Culture Shock - Florida chefs meld unlikely combinations
Florida chefs are melding unlikely combinations.
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Inca spots: Peruvian cuisine in Florida
The latest Latin American export to make a splash in Florida is Peruvian cuisine.
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Home-grown menus
Every luxury hotel in Florida worth its stars or diamonds features vast greenswards, riotous hibiscus, rows of Washington Palms, endless coleus.
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Dining airside: Food on the fly
Airside restaurants get local.
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Making a splash: Less expensive bottled water from Vero Water
Vero Water takes on pricier options with an eco twist.
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Taco Belles: Mexican eateries in Florida
Mexican offerings capitalize on the cuisine's variety and adaptability
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