Florida’s south­east­ern cor­ner has qui­etly carved the same rep­u­ta­tion for its crit­i­cally ac­claimed chefs and boom­ing restau­rants as it al­ready had for its sandy beaches and swanky clubs

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of fried plan­tains with juicy, gar­lic-laden morsels of braised pulled pork with onions and mojo mari­nade seep­ing out.

And then there’s Al­ter (223 NW 23rd St), the buzzy restau­rant that epit­o­mises Wyn­wood to a tee—splashy, slick and in­cred­i­bly cool. You’d best book ahead if you want to try the ex­per­i­men­tal cui­sine made with lo­cally sourced in­gre­di­ents by chef Bradley Kil­gore, named one of Food & Wine mag­a­zine’s Best New Chefs for 2016. On the menu are ritzy, unique Floridain­spired flavour com­bos, served up in an in­dus­trial-chic ware­house that is a tes­ta­ment to the hip­ster neigh­bour­hood it in­hab­its. It’s re­fine­ment meets rock ‘n’ roll, with rous­ing dishes like shaved co­bia with mus­tard oil and olive “snow”, or lus­cious Florida prawns and white corn grits topped with huit­la­coche cream, chorizo oil and a lime-green mole sauce.

An­other pair of Wyn­wood must-visit eats are The Deli (405 NW 26th Street) and The

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