Lists include cuisines, locations and special features, such as who offers entertainment or Sunday brunch, what are the best places to take the kids, and where can you dine with your dog. There also are categories for late night dining, outdoor seating, quiet conversations and restaurants offering private dining and banquet space. It's a valuable resource for locals, vacationers, conventioneers and meeting planners -- anyone who wants to avoid the stinkers.
|Publisher:||Scott Joseph Company|
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About the Author
During his career as senior critic at the Orlando Sentinel, Scott wrote thousands of reviews and authored numerous columns. He spearheaded several dining guides and initiated the annual Foodie Awards.
He is a member of the Association of Food Journalists, which awarded him first place for his article "Ocean Odyssey," tracking a tuna from the fishing boat to the dock to a restaurant kitchen; and the James Beard Foundation, where he is a regional judge for the annual restaurant awards.
Scott now publishes Scott Joseph's Orlando Restaurant Guide and serves as a consultant on fine service and food for restaurants.