The Boathouse, Morimoto Asia and STK named among OpenTable's top 100 restaurants

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PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT
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Florida is moving towards becoming a serious grub hub destination.

Locally, three Orlando restaurants made the cut in OpenTable's 100 Best Restaurants in America for a Big Night Out. Apparently OpenTable really like Disney Springs, since The Boathouse, the pan-asian inspired Morimoto Asia and the contemporary steakhouse STK were among the 15 Florida eateries to grace the list.



The other Florida restaurants include Campiello, Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant and Ocean Prime in Naples; Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant, Oxford Exchange and Ulele in Tampa; Juvia, Komodo, KYU and Yardbird Southern Table and Bar in Miami; Kaluz Restaurant and Louie Bossi's Ristorante Bar Pizzeria in Fort Lauderdale.

California lead the pack with 18 eateries featured on the list. The results are composited from more than 12 million OpenTable diner reviews from verified users.



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