Jamaican natives Desmond and Catherine Malcolm migrated from their home country to Canada in 1977, where they catered myriad events—including their own wedding—until relocating to Florida in 1988. Combining Desmond's culinary chops, Catherine's business and customer-service expertise, and the duo's passion for Jamaican cuisine, the Malcolms opened their first Jerk Machine in December 1989. Jerk Machine dispenses delectable heaps of jerked and curried eats alongside traditional sides all concocted fresh daily without preservatives. Each locale greets patrons with pimento and scotch-bonnet-pepper aroma, a bouncy reggae soundtrack, and a 30-minute secret handshake as they await their meals.
Serving a full, colossal menu from 7 a.m.–11 p.m. daily, Hot Stuff Grille lavishes walk-up and drive-thru diners with burgers, hot dogs, wings, breakfasts, and more in a convivial atmosphere. Sweet-corn nuggets ($2.99) or a side of sweet-potato wedges with marshmallow fluff ($3.99) give nibblesome cravings a sound wallop. A 1-pound double-beef hamburger ($7.99) or quarter-pound 10-inch beef hot dog ($3.99) performs balletic lifts of a wide variety of topping options and a salmon burger comes topped with peach-mango salsa ($5.99). Guests can wash down eats with one of nearly 50 canned beverages ($1), young-coconut water ($1.59), or a 20-ounce bottle of Gatorade ($1.99) before capping off meals with fried-banana caramel cheesecake ($3.99), chocolate lava cake ($3.99), or another dessert of the day. The eatery's front porch boasts free WiFi so epicureans can live-blog about the meal, proving your love for hamburgers in a way that naming your first child Hamburger never could.
"Fresh, delicious, delivered." That's the slogan emblazoned across Manhattan Grill's website that describes the eatery’s simple approach to food. Eschewing long, complicated menus, the restaurant sticks to perfecting two main dishes—bowls and salads—that its chefs customize for each order with traditional Mexican ingredients. Whether diners dine in, carry out, or have meals delivered, each dish starts with a bed of rice or lettuce that chefs then pile high with chicken, beef, pork, or shrimp. Chefs then add black beans, sweet corn, cheese, or other accents to create a dish unique to each order.
our 18 restaurants have a loyal following for over 27 years thanks to the stability of meals, our friendly and amicable service in a clean family ambiance. Our prices are very reasonable and we pride ourselves in preparing every dish from scratch at every location. Locations throughout Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach.
On Friday and Saturday evenings, the cascading notes of a live piano drift amid the Oak Room Restaurant's woodwork, interweaving with the flickers of candlelight to complete a distinctly romantic ambiance. Yet this live music isn't the only way the restaurant keeps things fresh. Select Wednesdays and Fridays trade their menu for the grilled meats and empanadas rooted in traditional Argentinean fare. Chefs shake up the cuisine yet again on Tuesdays' Napolitano nights, dishing out family-style Italian dinners to keep kids and parents in harmony. One of four restaurants at the Inverrary vacation resort, the Oak Room's fusion of classic gourmet and southern Florida regional delicacies has been known to lure hungry guests away from their golf tournaments and keep them from trying to eat the massage tables.
The culinary team at Saigon City Vietnamese Restaurant imports the tantalizing flavors of Southeast Asia to Southeast Florida, whipping up warm, satisfying pho soups, meaty pork chop dinners, and colorful, sweet boba shakes. Verdant sprigs of basil and crunchy bean sprouts add a fresh, springtime flavor to meals, making an appearance in noodle soups, deep-fried imperial rolls, and the Jolly Green Giant's toupee. Model ships line the top of the dining room's dividers, and paper lanterns send a soft, warm light upon diners as they sup on plates of stir-fried beef and vermicelli noodles.
The gourmet treats at Häagen-Dazs delight discerning palates with a variety of frozen goodies in indulgent flavors. Made from top-quality ingredients, Haagen-Dazs ice creams and sorbets confidently fill cups and top cones ($3.69–$5.59) or blend into shakes ($6.15) and smoothies ($6.15) in an attempt to lose taste-bud tails. Each Dazzler's three scoops of ice cream settle under whipped-cream peaks, with flavors including Dulce Split, Mint Chip, and Rocky Road ($6.34). Patrons select toppings, sauces, and ice-cream flavors to form customizable sundaes ($4.69–6.59), or deploy straws to taste a Sorbet Sipper ($6.15), which is made of sorbet and then sipped.