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Shopping and Dining

Coral Springs is well-situated for shopaholics and necessity shoppers alike. Coral Square Mall—part of the national Simon properties—features six department store anchors and 120 specialty merchants. Children love to come here for the indoor carousel, kiddie train and saltwater aquarium display.

Sawgrass Mills outlet center—the second-most visited Florida attraction—is also just a short drive away. Bargain hunters have nearly two square miles of stores to explore.

You don’t have to fight the traffic toward Ft. Lauderdale or Miami to satisfy your hunger. Area chefs roll out the red carpet every night to offer everything from American cuisine to the more exotic dishes.

Whether you’re looking for the comfort of a familiar chain entity or the laid-back atmosphere of a neighborhood hangout, it’s right here in Coral Springs.

Coral Springs is the place to be for the bon vivant. New shopping centers and restaurants pop up almost daily, each one more grand than the next. The Walk, by Amera Corporation, is one such example. This three-block-long complex holds both offices and lower-level shops perfect for browsing. Guests can grab a cappuccino at Starbucks and then shop for everything from jewelry to haute couture. They can grab a casual bite at eateries like TooJays or Elevation Burger, or eat in style at restaurants like Mythos and Gold Coast Grill. For dessert, they can stop in Kilwin’s for the delicious chocolate and ice cream, or relax with a glass of wine at Vino DeSantis.

There are numerous choices of family restaurants in Coral Springs, including Long Horn Steakhouse, Carrabba’s, Applebee’s, Benihana, Fogarty’s, Marola’s, Runyons, Coral Springs Ale House, Bistro Mio, Sal’s, Red Ginger, Green Papaya, Panera, and Payzins. Upscale dining can be found at Blue Moon Fish Company, Bonefish Grill, Tavolina Della Nonna, Fra Diavolo and Le French Bistro.

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