Dining in Doral
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Nestled in the heart of one of the most international and diverse regions in the country, Doral boasts many unique dining options sure to satisfy most appetites. Take a drive down 87th Avenue, 107th Avenue, 25th Street and Doral Boulevard and you will find restaurants of all different cuisines that very much represent our diverse community.

One of the largest international communities in South Florida is the Cuban community. Within Doral you will find various Cuban cuisine establishments, from the typical street side coffee shops where locals stop by to grab some "pastelitos", to more luxurious, sit-down restaurants.

In addition to a large selection of Cuban and Caribbean restaurants, there is an even larger selection of South American restaurants. Doral boasts a very large Venezuelan, Colombian, Argentinian and Brazilian population, and those cultures are very well represented within the city. From Argentinian Steakhouses, to Venezuelan "Arepa" restaurants, the selection of South American restaurants is second to none!

And, of course, one cannot forget European and Oriental restaurants! There are more than a handful of excellent Italian, French, Middle Eastern and Japanese restaurants within Doral.

When in Doral you will definitely dine in style!

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