Discover Lighthouse Point
With 18 miles of waterways in a city that sees itself as informally affluent, Lighthouse Point is a Florida gem with no fear of extreme expansion and stampedes of tourists (1). Dining experiences in Lighthouse Point can be as informal or affluent as the residents themselves; venues range from charming mom and pop diners and hole-in-the-wall cafes to fine wine bars and contemporary American grilles. Seafood can be elevated, with exquisite specialty sushi bars, or casually eaten in fish and chips shacks right on the ocean. International fare include French bistros with delicate cheese boards, Brazilian steakhouses serving picanha and pork ribs, and modern Japanese-Thai palaces with professional presentation of lobster and a memorable ambiance (2).