4 Restaurants
Bringing authentic Caribbean cuisine to Immokalee, Florida, Fify's Caribbean Cuisine serves up a family legacy of classic Caribbean dishes.

Fify's Caribbean Cuisine


Fify’s Caribbean Cuisine has been serving Florida’s Collier County with classic Caribbean dishes since 2016. Family owned and operated, this restaurant represents the dreams of their grandparents, who ran their own bakery, grocery and café in Haiti, but never made it over to the U.S. Elevating the family dream even further, Fifi’s hopes to see their diasporic flavors, marinades, spices, and dishes in grocery stores all over the country.

Try Jamaican and soul food-inspired vegan fare at Kale Cafe, serving a wholesome yet affordable menu in Daytona Beach, Florida since 2011.

Kale Cafe

Daytona Beach

Located in Daytona Beach, Kale Cafe has been providing their community with Jamaican and soul food–inspired vegan fare since 2011. They started out in booths at their local farmers market, and were buoyed to success by the love of their community for their unique, wholesome, but still affordable menu. Their core belief: Serving your community and service to your community go hand in hand.

Enjoy tasty country cooking in a welcoming family atmosphere at Kountry Korner in Lake City, Florida.

Kountry Korner

Lake City

Family-owned and full of love, this restaurant has been sharing their passion for family, food, and fellowship with their Lake City, Florida, community for more than 50 years, offering country-style fare that makes you happy, and an experience that’ll leave you feeling like family.

In Jacksonville, Florida, food establishment Rich Taste focuses on taking classic dishes to the next level.

Rich Taste


Rich Taste out of Jacksonville, Florida, is responsible for making the best versions of anything you’ve ever tasted. Tap in for shrimp, pork chops, salmon, crab cakes, macaroni, cajun rice, banana pudding, and a tangy strawberry lemonade to wash it all down so good it’ll make you slap your momma. They’re open Thursday to Sunday from 3pm to 12am, but good luck getting a plate after 9 – they usually sell out.