Emeril Lagasse spotlights some of his personal favorite spots in Florida, including the beautiful equestrian grounds in Wellington and fishing on the turquoise waters of the Florida Keys. Also: He takes a trip down memory lane with chef Art Smith.
Emeril Lagasse hits the town to showcase potential date-night hot spots from Miami Beach's restaurant scene. Included: Emeril visits StripSteak and sits down with chef Michael Mina for a special interview.
Emeril sets out to find Florida's best seafood restaurants, including ones that pride themselves in serving locally sourced fish. Also: He takes in the amazing views offered at the Rusty Pelican in Key Biscayne; and makes a recipe for fried rock shrimp lettuce wraps with Sriracha mayonnaise.
Emeril makes barbecued beef brisket with slow-cooked Bam-B-Q beans during this look at fun and unique dining establishments. Included: a sidewalk BBQ spot housed in an Airstream trailer in South Walton; a Mexican restaurant that blends old traditions with new innovation in Disney Springs; and Hungry Harry's in Tampa, which features crowd-pleasing all-you-can-eat specials.
The theme is family when Emeril visits one of Florida's oldest steakhouses and a health-conscious Cuban spot. Later, the chef reveals why Sushimoto is a personal favorite restaurant in South Walton; and he whips up a recipe for stuffed shells.
Trips to St. Petersburg and Clearwater highlight the area's delicious cuisine, world-class art and historic Greek community. Included: Emeril tours the sponge docks and learns how they are a central part of the community's history. Also: He cooks a recipe for salt-and-herb-crusted red snapper with chimichurri sauce.
In the Season 5 premiere, Emeril visits the Wynwood Art District in Miami and dines at nightlife mogul David Grutman's Komodo restaurant and lounge. Later, he experiences the new cuisine style at Peacock Garden.