Cornucopia, Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach, 954.414.5100, conradfortlauderdale.com
The Conrad’s Cornucopia is just that—a plentiful amount of fruits and vegetables all in one place. Located at the lobby, the gourmet market and bakery is ideal for a quick bite to get your day going or an evening snack right before you wind down. The morning menu includes fresh pressed juices, bacon and cheddar frittata and a huevos rancheros pizza. Finish your day with a selection of meats and cheese from the charcuterie menu or a green eggs “pizzetta.”
Soul & Spirit
Good Spirits, 476 N Federal Hwy., 954.523.2580, goodspiritsrestaurant.com
In one of the new buildings lining the Flagler Village/Victoria Park section of Federal Highway sits Good Spirits, a modern take on a 1960s lounge and restaurant. The new spot features an extensive sushi menu, over 300 wine bottles from across the world and a unique take on American classics. Such items include the Maple Pig, made with maple-chili glazed pork belly, roasted sweet potato whip, cotija cheese, crispy sweets and pecans; and The Cowboy Burger with Sunshine premium beef, apple smoked bacon, Vermont cheddar, “954 sauce” and tobacco onions on a potato roll.
Henry’s Sandwich Station, 545 NW First Ave., 954.616.5538, henryssandwich.com
Flagler Village is adding another modern dining concept to its already thriving community. Henry’s Sandwich Station’s name is a nod to Henry Flagler, the 19th-century gazillionaire railroad builder whose tracks run behind the café and for whom the neighborhood is named. The shop offers small batch, artisanal purveyors, and house-smoked and cured meats. Menu items include the Montreal style smoked meat on Zak The Baker Jewish rye and slow-roasted prime rib with a homemade horseradish cream, to name a few.