shula's on the beach is one of a chain of steakhouses founded by famous miami dolphins football coach don shula. what makes this location unique is it's great view of fort lauderdale beach. shula's... more
I won't say that I have purposely flown to Fort Lauderdale just to eat at Greek Islands Taverna, but it definitely is one of the reasons I like to go there. At the suggestion of one of the customers... more
A super attentive staff keeps on top of hordes trying to get a table and/or bar space in this local favorite. Sports on television, dance floor and music, inside and ocean view seating outside: this... more
South Florida is generally known for its transient place. Few people can claim to be natives and there's little loyalty to the place where most call home for a brief time, or where they arrive later... more
Although we really didn't need to eat anything more after leaving the cruise ship, we decided to try Coconuts since we were in the mood for a casual seafood lunch. We arrived around 1pm on a Saturday... more
the mai kai opened in 1956 and is a fort lauderdale dining and nightlife institution. the mai kai is famous for their polynesian dinner show. they offer very good polynesian style food and a tilki... more
Cheebuger, Cheeburger, has a limited menu. Forget about health for one meal and get a burger, onion rings and a milkshake. Then read trivial pursuit cards while you eat. They make a helluva burger.... more
The Sage French Cafe is a small jewel that you can find in Fort Lauderdale, heading North from Sunrise Blvd. on US 1. If you like French country cuisine and are wild about crepes, this is the place... more
This restaurant located right on the Fort Lauderdale beach in one of the newest hotels. Trina has very sofisticated design and gourmet food. with greate service. You can enjoy sunset right here. They... more
I just flew in from europe with a pretty bad
cold, so I may not be the most reliable
critic, however this restaurant fullfilled all
my most secret wishes. I ordered a T-Bone
steak (had not eaten one... more
the le cafe de paris is one of the better french restaurants in south florida. the le cafe de paris has an interesting french decor and the food is very good and moderately priced. one of the better... more
Jack's Old Fashioned Hamburger House.
Step back into the 50's with black & while photos of yesteryear to complement the great burgers served pretty much as they have been forever. Very inexpensive.... more
Great location on Las Olas Boulevard. Pets allowed outside. Breakfast is served only on weekends by an inattentive staff.
I asked for tea. It turned out -- after I was brought a mug of tepid water --... more
On the corner of Oakland & A1A. This small italian restaurant has the best electric atmosphere. No reservations. Be prepared to wait if you go during peak hours during season. Outstanding food from a... more
Pines ale house, the place has a prime rib special on Thursdays that can't be beat. You even get a bucket of 5 beers for 5 bucks. And what a great selection of draft beers!
The atmosphere is great and... more
Fort Lauderdale has become a place for Liz and I to hop on a cruise ship bound for the Caribbean. Port Everglades serves so many cruise ships: Carnival, Princess, Celebrity,Norwegian, Royal Caribbean,...
fort lauderdale is named after three forts that were built in the area during the second seminole war. fort lauderdale was incorporated in 1911 and became the county seat of broward county in 1915.......
It was mid-March, there was snow on the ground and people were still running around Boston bundled up like Eskimos. Did I jump on the opportunity to go to Ft. Lauderdale and spend a few days in the......
I spent a year in Ft Lauderdale when I was 23. It is known as the Venice of the U.S. with all the water canals. I was lucky enough to live right off Los Olas on one of the many canals and just a mile...