If you've rented a South Florida condo for your vacation, you'll find all of your favorite supermarket brands to stock up on supplies. Many of South Florida's larger towns and cities have regular farmers' markets for picking up fresh, local produce such as oranges, avocados or tomatoes. If you've never tried eating gator, then a trip to South Florida provides the perfect opportunity. It's usually served cut into chunks and deep fried in breadcrumbs along with either a tomato or garlic dipping sauce.
If you'd prefer to eat out, then South Florida provides a diverse cuisine, rivalling anywhere else in the US. The large Cuban population in Miami flocks to the city's Caribbean restaurants, but there's everything from fine dining to fast food. Seafood is also excellent, especially along the Keys, and what better way to round off your Florida feast than with Key Lime Pie?