106 S. Swinton Ave.
AWARD: Best New
New Florida cooking comes to a century-old property and its glorious grounds. Chef James Strine tips his toque slightly to old flavors in turkey and dressing coquettes and then green curry tofu, rice noodles and clams, street corn souffle and swordfish in a brioche crust with beer jus. Go wilder at $100, 10-seat Asian popup Kojin.
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