December 22, 2014

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:

Miami, Y'all
An old guide to understanding our state's politics and culture claimed that in Florida, the South is in the north, while the North is in south Florida... No Longer...
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The Future of Florida Dining
The best Florida restaurants stay a cut above by serving a fusion of flavors with a gracious, welcoming attitude.
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Second Helpings
Jeannie Pierola, who has been running pop-ups and other ventures since she left Bern's Steak House in 2007, has made reinvention a theme.
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Roe, Roe, Roe at Mote
Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota brings the taste of luxury to Florida.
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Beer gardens at the head of the class
Reviews of beer gardens, craft beers and specialty beer pubs in Florida
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Fine dining in Florida can be found among retail shelves and aisles of stores.
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Prix fixe menus with wine pairings offer Florida diners an exclusive experience.
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