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.
As an authentic Italian restaurant owner and chef, over the years my goal was to provide customers with outstanding satisfaction at all costs and troubles. Ever since I was a young girl, cooking was always my passion. I always viewed perfection as a priority and I will do whatever it takes to achieve it. The makings of a great sandwich always starts with the bread. Fresh baked bread choices are:
Traditional (Fresh Tomatoes & Oregano) Wheat Artichoke & Olive Plain Fresh Rosemary & Garlic Fresh Tomato Basil Garlic
Texas-based Mexican restaurant chain Fuzzy Tacos offers all the right food for those who wish to experience the fuzzy feelings one gets by consuming fresh tacos, frozen margaritas and chips with queso. Specialty items include shredded brisket tacos, tempura fish tacos and breakfast items like chilaquiles.
Located inside the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale with a great view of their sunlit atrium and waterfalls serving as a relaxing environment.
Crowds descend here for breakfast and lunch (be prepared to wait) only partly because of its location inside Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. Eat your eggs Benedict, pulled pork or Reuben – or perhaps you’d prefer a Thai chicken flatbread – while watching private jets take off and land.
Beehive Kitchen is creating a buzz with fresh, flavorful ingredients and an innovative approach to build-your-own-bowl dining. Dishes include a wide selection of savory vegetables, wholesome grains, proteins and made-from-scratch sauces all for customers to create their own unique bowls. If you don’t know where to begin, they offer several planned-out bowls including the Mediterranean Bowl – cranberry almond kale salad, whole grain brown rice, Parmesan, roasted broccoli, wok-seared mushrooms, rustic herb-grilled chicken and soy-charred steak-roasted pepper sauce. Fresh ingredients don’t stop there; Beehive Kitchen prepares fresh cold-pressed juices daily. Grab a bowl, eat and bee happy.
In two decades, the Halal Guys has gone from two carts on opposite Manhattan street corners to a popular fast-casual restaurant chain. And now its blend of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors has arrived in Fort Lauderdale. This new location was also the first to debut the Halal Guys’ take on the burrito, a platter featuring in a sun-dried tomato-flavored tortilla served with a cheesy topping that is mixed with the restaurant’s legendary white sauce.
Drew Brees almost came to South Florida in 2006. But the Dolphins weren’t sure about then San Diego quarterback’s recovery from a shoulder injury, so instead he went to New Orleans. Now Brees is a Hall of Fame shoe-in who led the Saints to their first Super Bowl win while the Dolphins … well, never mind. But now, he’s coming! Sort of! Brees co-owns Walk-On’s, a sports bar chain serving Louisiana Cajun cuisine. The menu includes gumbo (naturally), Cajundillas (chipotle tortilla, chicken, andouille sausage, boudin, caramelized onions, jack, with chipotle ranch served with red beans and rice), poboys and a smoked gouda turkey burger. Enjoy, and try not to think about how in a different world, Brees might have been opening up a Florida-style restaurant in New Orleans.
American cuisine inspired by Florida and Caribbean flavors.
A popular beachfront place serving tropical drinks and comfort foods like conch fritters and coconut shrimp. The Bimini bread is baked throughout the day and served with honey butter. With rotating drink specials, the happy hour packs the ocean-view bar.
Mediterranean fare & wine in a modern, elevated space with lagoon views at the Westin hotel.
This American breakfast-and-lunch eatery specializes in sandwiches, wraps and salads. We advise you to beware of the sandwiches – they are tasty, meaty and filling. For the most important meal of the day, try the Waffle Club, a Belgian waffle sandwich with fried chicken, American cheese, avocado, bacon and fried egg topped with a dust of powdered sugar. And for lunch, try the customer favorite Buffalo Chicken Philly. It’s a chopped grilled chicken breast with caramelized onions tossed in buffalo sauce, white American and crumbled blue cheese on a hoagie roll with mayo, lettuce and tomatoes. Before you take a bite, grab a few napkins – it might get messy.