Fort Lauderdale

For a more upscale dining experience, visitors rave about the Italian-inspired La Dolce Vita and the Spanish-influenced Café Seville.
While most of the restaurants specialize in casual American cuisine and dishes made with fresh, local seafood, popular American joints like Laspadas Original hoagies and Gilbert’s 17th Street Grill, and seafood hotspots Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille and OCEAN2000, serve-up Florida staples such as grouper, wahoo, mahimahi, spiny lobster, and conch.
For craft beer enthusiasts, the German-style Khoffner Brewery is an excellent choice while exploring Las Olas Boulevard’s shops and restaurants. Alternatively, LauderAle’s location conveniently caters to travelers waiting on a cruise or flight, located between Port Everglades and Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport.