Dunedin has the perfect blend of tried-and-true restaurants and up-and-coming eateries. So whether you want some Mexican food that tastes like it came out of your abuela’s kitchen or a modern American dish that you’ve never tasted before, there’s a good chance you’ll find what you’re looking for.
Casa Tina is a classic, opening in 1992 and serving up the some of the best Mexican food in the area ever since. Caracara is one of the newer players to the Dunedin culinary game with its internationally-inspired tapas, like tom yum meatball sliders and Thai-style elotes. And The Restorative's elegant, ever-changing menu simply can’t be missed.
But if there’s one type of food you simply have to eat in Dunedin, it’s seafood. Located on Florida’s Gulf Coast, it should come as no surprise to find out that Dunedin has unbelievably fresh seafood. Enjoy it at a casual joint like Hog Island Fish Camp or go for a spruced up version at the waterfront Bon Appétit Restaurant.