Restaurants in Orange Park

$16 for $30 Worth of Honduran Cuisine at Los Paisanos Restaurant

Los Paisanos Restaurant

Miami

Fish flavored with garlic, lobster submerged in butter, chicken and pork chops grilled over an open flame, and sides of plantains and beans

$30 $16

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Sushi Lunch or Dinner at Sake Room Express (Up to 40% Off)

Sake Room Express

East Little Havana

Sushi rolls filled with tempura shrimpand fresh salmon match with teriyaki skewers and rice bowls

$30 $18

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Brunch or Burgers and Grill Food for Lunch or Dinner at Al Carbon (57% Off). Three Options Available.

Al Carbon

Coral Way

Chow down on various brunch dishes, such as eggs with salsa, or bite into specialty stuffed burgers cooked on a wood charcoal grill

$30 $13

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Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Latin American Food at The Munchies Grill ($30 Total Value)

The Munchies Grill

The Munchies Grill

Colombian, Mexican, Venezuelan, and Peruvian fare fill the menu; American munchies include hot dogs topped with crushed potato chips

$15 $8

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$22 for $40 Worth of Chinese Food and Sushi at Chinois Chinois

Chinois Chinois

Coral Way

Seared snapper, fried rice, and more than a dozen sushi rolls are served amid shoji screens and Asian deities

$40 $22

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$20 for $40 Worth of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Cuisine at Baklava Factory

Baklava Factory

Coral Way Plaza

A smorgasbord of Greek salads and mezzes, Armenian and Middle Eastern kebabs, and Indian curry dishes with baklava and knafeh

$40 $20

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$10 for $18 Worth of Mediterranean Kosher Breakfast at Holy Bagels & Pizzeria Downtown

Holy Bagels & Pizzeria Downtown

Downtown Miami

Smoked salmon is the star of the breakfast platter, while belgian waffles, shakshuka, and omeletes toughen the decision

$18 $10

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Kosher Burgers, Mediterranean Cuisine, and Drinks at Beit Burger (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Beit Burger

Downtown Miami

Kosher restaurant serves up glatt kosher burgers as well as Mediterranean and Israeli fare such as falafel and schnitzels

$15 $7.75

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Dinner for Two or Four at Cortes Restaurant (Up to 54% Off)

Cortes Restaurant

Miami

Chef Ernesto Cortes creates a seafood-heavy menu of Peruvian staples, including ceviche, in his industrial, minimalist bistro

$68.97 $32

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$6 for $10 Worth of Pasta — Pronto Pasta

Pronto Pasta

Miami

Fresh, homemade pasta in three minutes; 11 different types of pasta with 11 different types of sauce

$10 $6

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$10 for $20 Worth of Latin-American Fusion Food at D-Dog House

D-Dog House

Brickell

Chimichurri french fries and hot dogs in a futuristic late-night eatery with a full bar

$20 $10

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El Rey De Las Fritas serves up an extensive menu of authentic Cuban cuisine. Start your flavorful survey of Caribbean flavors with one of the restaurant's famous fritas, a seasoned-beef patty on cuban bread topped with sizzling shoestring potatoes ($3.25, $3.50 with cheese). Or submerge your mouth in the submarine-like pan con tortilla calljera, a heaping omelette sandwich guaranteed to wake up taste buds with its fresh flavors and impression of Gloria Estefan ($4.25). Sandwich-averse diners can dive into the tamal preparado, a cornhusk-wrapped tamale accompanied with a side of seasoned pork ($5.25) or sip on the sopa de pallo, a traditional Cuban chicken soup ($3.25).

1821 SW 8th St
Miami,
FL
US

Catharsis is as vibrant as its Calle Ocho neighborhood: whitewashed walls surround tables adorned with wild orchids and flickering candles, framing an inventive fusion of Latin and Italian cuisines. Grilled corvina and creative risotto dishes rank among the menu's star attractions, but the chefs might just as easily tickle palates with guava emulsions, cognac reductions, crunchy plantains, or tomato-mango pico de gallo. The dulcet sounds of Spanish musicians echo throughout Catharsis?s cavernous space, letting diners know when it's a good time to change into their Zorro costume.

1644 SW 8th St.
Miami,
FL
US

As couples and groups gather for dinner around Caribbean lobster, steaks, and tapas, the wine flows freely, and eventually, the stillness of early evening gives way to the revelry of nighttime. Flamenco dancers climb onto tabletops, music begins to play, and diners set down their forks to clink glasses, deliver celebratory champagne baths to their loved ones, and do some dancing of their own.

This is the scene at Casa Panza, where dinner transforms into an all-night party. Set amongst Little Havana's sparkling nightlife, the Spanish cafe wraps festive visits in an equally festive experience. Outside, a bastion façade mimics that of a fortress, and inside, Spanish tiles, bodega-style wine racks, and hanging ceramics further immerse guests into the exotic decor. On Friday and Saturday nights, flamenco dancers flock to La Cueva, a party area where 50 to 70 guests can take in the show while noshing on tapas and paella. Even more live music can be found at Salon Rojo, a ballroom and nightclub that books performers from around the world and hosts private receptions for up to 250 guests.

1620 Southwest 8th Street
Miami,
FL
US

Situated in Miami’s Little Havana district, where you typically would find Latin restaurants, is the pleasant surprise of contemporary sushi bar Mr. Yum. With its stark white tables, concrete floor and vermilion-colored wall accent, this restaurant is hip, funky and a bit loud. Owner Bond Trisransri is going for a bit of the South Beach flair, and each plate that is presented to you furthers the notion of food as performance art piece. Its signature dish is the Havana roll, a concoction of tempura white fish, avocado, cucumbers, masago and spicy mayo, while the unique menu offers both Thai and Japanese specialties, including Y-shaped Thai doughnuts for dessert. Although parking is typically difficult on Calle Ocho, the adjacent parking lot makes it that much easier to enjoy Mr. Yum.

1945 SW 8th St
Miami,
FL
US

The long, wooden bar is lit by ornate stained-glass lamps illuminating hand-painted scenes of Cuba inlaid on its sides. It's a fitting display for the Cuba Ocho Art and Research Center, where social interaction and art are the main draws. At its heart, the center is a cultural hub for artists, actors, yodelers, and musicians to display their talents. But that doesn't mean history takes a back seat, either. Many artists' from 1850 to 1958 are on display as well, and the center regularly sponsors art auctions and fairs with a focus on promoting Cuban artists.

On Friday and Saturday nights, live bands fill the air with sultry and energetic music from a variety of local groups such as Orquesta Seleccion Latina, Fiera Mia, and Main Street. A light tapas menu entices diners to taste a variety of the kitchen's small plates that might feature marinated olives, mango salsa, mixed cheeses, or cured meats.

1465 Southwest 8th Street
Miami,
FL
US

At 2B Asian Bistro, it's actually possible to begin your dinner with a bag of gold. That's because the Bag of Gold appetizer uncannily resembles its namesake—its tiny fried pouches contain shrimp, mushrooms, and water chestnuts. The appetizer paves the way for the menu's larger dishes, which present diners with a choice: Japanese or Thai? The former category covers teriyaki entrees as well as sushi, sashimi, and maki rolls. Specialty rolls include the Golden Dragon—spicy tuna and mango topped with plantain slices—and the Pink Snow Roll, smoked salmon and avocado wrapped in soy paper. As for the Thai plates, they range from curry to Bangkok duck paired with cinnamon-plum sauce. You can even order your pad thai accompanied by an entire lobster, rather than just its tail and signature top hat.

1444 SW 8th St
Miami,
FL
US

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