Sarasota Dining Heat Map March 2016
Sarasota Dining Heat Map for March, 2016
The hottest Sarasota Dining options…
With so Sarasota dining options, how does one chose a restaurant? One way is to see where people in Sarasota are dining. Another option is to listen for the local buzz. And a third option, which combines the two prior options, use the SRQ Reviews Dining Heat Map! Now you have;
The Best Restaurants in Sarasota every month!
The Heat Map is designed to highlight the “hot restaurants in Sarasota.” The places people are talking about and frequenting; the happening restaurants.
We have mapped these Sarasota dining “hot spots” and will update the heat map regularly.
In no particular order, here are the Sarasota Dining hot spots for March, 2016
- Burns Court Café: Always a hit for breakfast and lunch, the relatively new French Quarter Wine Bar is offering great live Jazz 3-4 evenings per week. It is not uncommon for music nights to be completely booked. Reservations are an option and suggested with some evenings being booked 2-3 weeks out! Review of Burns Court Cafe
- Indigenous: With an ever evolving menu of locally sourced ingredients, Chef Steve Phelps continues to hone his craft. Reservations are a must for this always busy spot. Review of Indigenous
- Marcello’s Ristorante: Now open 7 days per week through season, this small, cozy Italian gem is always busy. Reservations are a must! Review of Marcello’s
- Owen’s Fish Camp: A continuous crowd favorite for a reasonably priced seafood dining experience. Review of Owen’s Fish Camp
- Roast: Always a favorite of patrons of the Opera. The dark woods and warm décor make this a special spot for lunch, happy hour, or dinner. We recently visited on a Friday evening and the restaurant was packed upstairs and down…and this was before the start of Opera season! Review of Roast
- Sol’s NYC Delicatessen: Although the opening of this new Deli in the former Applebee’s on upper Main Street is just happening, the pre-opening buzz, and the highly anticipated demand will instantly make Sol’s a hot spot right next to the Regal Hollywood 20. Review coming soon.
- The Sandbar: A definite “go to” dining spot for many, the Sandbar’s focus on locally sourced, organic ingredients and sustainable local aquaculture and farming are attracting foodies and tourists alike. Review of the Sandbar
- Patrick’s 1481: Always a local favorite for game day events, lunch, brunch, and perhaps its most popular special offer $5.00 burger Mondays! Review of Patrick’s 1481
- The Table Creekside: With al fresco waterside dining, an ever evolving seasonal gourmet menu, and one of the most generous happy hours in town, The Table Creekside has become a “go to” spot for many; especially in this fine weather. Review of The Table Creekside
- Louies Modern: A new menu, great setting, and a generous happy hour make Louies a destination for locals and out of town visitors. Review of Louies Modern
- Mozzarella Fella: A local favorite for lunch and now dinner. This small, family run restaurant is constantly busy with people enjoying the food and the experience. Review of Mozzarella Fella
- Selva: Offering a sophisticated Latin cuisine coupled with above average customer service and a consistency which never disappoints, Selva continues to deliver a superior dining experience. Review of Selva
Share you opinion with us! Vote for your Top 3 Sarasota Dining Hot Spots. Poll closes on April 10, 2016. Results to be include in the Sarasota Dining Heat Map for April 2016.