See if you can find some little places serving Cuban or Carribean cuisine. Most Cuban restaurants will have delicious pork and beef dishes-some of the major seasonings would be lime or sour orange juice, oregano, cumin, garlic and onion. Ropa Vieja ( shredded beef ) and Piccadillo ( ground beef hash with olives) and boliche (pot roast) are some of my favorites, along with fried plantains ( bananas) and flan, a delicious caramel custard.
The Carribean restaurants usually have "jerked" dishes, especially chicken or pork, spiced with cloves , cinnamon etc. Some can be quite hot and spicy. Depending on the country represented you may also find empanadas, little meat filled turnovers.
You wont have to worry anout fishbones if you stick to shrimp ( Dixie Crossing in Titusville is famous for them) or conch fritters which are spicy deep fried dough with pieces of conch meat ( a shellfish much like clams). They are delicious with a nice cold beer or margarita and usually found on the appetizer menu.. You also should enjoy lots of Key Lime Pie- available everywhere- I think the statewide Publix supermarket sells a very good one.
There's lot of other good stuff- those are some of my favorites.