Karyn Smith
Coldwell Banker Realty

Restaurants in Sarasota


Main Street Sarasota

Thanks to its numerous restaurants and food-themed events and festivals, the downtown Sarasota Florida area is world-renowned for its excellent dining opportunities. From the Taste of Sarasota, which takes place each November, to the Forks and Corks Wine and Food Festival in January, you are almost guaranteed to find some sort of food-related event taking place at any time of the year


1435 Main Street

Phone: (941) 312-4001


Fresh. Local. Seafood.




1766 Main st


Phone (941) 960-2305

Flavio's Brick Oven and Bar is located on Siesta Key and a new second location on Main Street in Sarasota, Florida. We specialize in the finest authentic Italian cuisine for the entire family to enjoy. Come taste Italy tonight at an unforgettable Italian restaurant.


1990 Main Street  #112

Phone: 941-953-2900


At Made we offer a unique and upscale take on American comfort food at an approachable price. We commit to providing service reminiscent of old-school hospitality. Our goal is to become an iconic Sarasota restaurant, meeting place and destination for all to enjoy!



1345 Main St Sarasota



Selva’s Latin Fusion cuisine represents the marriage of exotic flavors from Latin America and the United States. Our special emphasis on Peruvian dishes recognizes the contribution of Asian immigrants to Peru, who deliciously fused their cuisine and techniques with that of the locals.


1481 Main Street

Phone: 941-955-1481


1481 is an independently owned restaurant and the original owner, Jim Sullivan, has been serving the Sarasota community for the last 30 years creating the perfect blend of location, delicious cuisine, ambiance, and outstanding customer service Patrick's 1481 is Sarasota’s version of “Cheers”.


C'est La Vie

1553 Main Street

Phone: 941 906 9575


Christophe and Geraldine Coutelle created C’est La Vie Downtown Sarasota in 1997 after moving to the US that same year. It was their mission to bring an authentic French bistro experience to America. When C’est la Vie opened its doors in 1997 it was one of the first restaurants downtown to offer outdoor seating like many of the established bistros in France.