This much-anticipated spot features an always-changing world cuisine menu that offers anything from Indian dishes to ramen to creative takes on American comfort food, including breakfast. There’s interesting local art on the walls and, as these things become more possible, local music and other events on the calendar. And if you like an adult beverage, get a rideshare over and sample from a craft cocktail list that matches with any flavor palate.
Dockside dining is just one attraction at this eatery perched on the Intracoastal just south of Oakland Park Boulevard near A1A. The vibe is Florida-casual, and you can expect to see men in Hawaiian shirts disembarking from boats and strutting inside. Traditional bar bites, Floribbean fare, and international offerings comprise the menu, including crabcakes, fried calamari, coconut shrimp, seared ahi, and conch fritters. You can also order half-pound beef burgers, overstuffed wraps, and out-of-the-ordinary takes on fish, like the blackened mahi Reuben sandwich. Cocktails run the gamut, including fruity martinis, thick frozen margarita-like concoctions, and enormous fish bowls filled with fizzy, vodka-based drinks.
This Peruvian place started as a sandwich shop – try the sirloin steak with bacon, cheese, egg and shoestring potatoes – and now serves dinners, so you can get lomo saltado as an entrée as well as a sandwich and, of course, ceviche.
Don’t be fooled by the name, Tatts and Tacos Beer Garden isn’t a tattoo shop where you can also get your Mexican food fix. The relaxed hot spot will serve you authentic south-of-the-border cuisine while you play with one of their enticing outdoor games (Jenga, anyone?). If you’re not looking to eat, their wide variety of 40 craft beers on tap and full liquor bar might be what attracts you to this cool garden.
Sister restaurant to locals’ favorite The Mason Jar Café, this pub has all the comfort food you would expect. They’ve got wings, ribs, sandwiches and more bar-style eats. However, don’t get too comfortable because there are daily chef specials worth checking out. Notable menu items include the Poblano Chicken Milanese (on ciabatta with smashed beans, lettuce, tomato, avocado, Monterey jack cheese and poblano mayo) and the short rib burrito (with yellow rice, black beans, cheddar cheese and spicy kimchi aioli).
If you’ve got a craving for Colombian food, Paisa Bites will be sure to satisfy your appetite. On the menu, you’ll find perros (hot dogs), empanadas, pinchos, maicitos (melted cheese and corn) and salchipapas (thinly sliced pan-fried beef sausages and French fries).
Dine in drag and enjoy a themed dinner show. Choose between a fixed price menu or a full menu, with selections including the Martina Skyy South of the Border quesadilla, Shon Telle Alfredo supreme, and Nicole T. Philips chicken margarita. Visit the website for a schedule and description of the nightly shows.
Dark reds, browns, creams, and wood tones give this sushi and Thai restaurant a warm, inviting vibe inside, while torches and ornate shrines of Buddha and ancient stone faces elicit feelings of being in a faraway land. Galanga also serves up a variety of Japanese and Thai appetizers, soups, salads, and entrees, as well as eye-popping platters of fresh sushi and sashimi.
Fritanga Managua offers the essence of Latin comfort food via the flavors and authentic dishes of Nicaragua. Menu items include queso frito (Nicaraguan fried cheese), chicharrones (fried pork rinds), cerdo asado (marinated pork strips) and delicious desserts.
Get knowledge and access to top quality meats, poultry and game. This restaurant prides itself in sourcing the finest USDA Choice, Prime and wagyu beef available. The dinner menu includes the Delmonico rib eye, the foie gras burger, the Colorado bison burger and the Nebraska wagyu burger.
Who says no to good, authentic Italian food? This restaurant serves a diverse selection of pizza, paninis and more – along with a good selection of beer and wine . The Italian flavors continue into dessert, with many flavors of gelato to choose from. (For a more old fashioned American taste, they’ll also do milkshakes.) All these Old World flavors also come with some New World technology – go to the website and you can download the Dolce Salato app.
Robin Durfee is a certified “tea sommelier,” and in her small shop guests can enjoy, learn about and share tea. Durfee loves the art of tea and its meaning in different cultures. She hopes to educate and encourage the growth of tea lovers in our city by allowing a space for people to share such experiences.
This barbecue place sits inside Holy Mackerel Brewery’s new Wilton Manors location. Danny’s operates as an on-site restaurant where brewery-goers can enjoy a bite, full meal and even desserts. Barbecued meats include pork, beef, chicken and their specialty BBQ Sundae (mashed cornbread, “mack” and cheese, pulled pork, brisket and Brussels sprouts served in a mason jar).
Get the best of both worlds at this restaurant that incorporates the cultural and culinary backgrounds of South America and Europe. The menu features modern American dishes served with Peruvian flair and Italian comfort. Notable menu items include the Crispy Pork Belly Tacos with pickled onion and aji verde sauce and the Spiced Cauliflower Steak with bleu cheese and roasted vine tomatoes.