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Healthy build-your-own food bowls have finally arrived in Fort Lauderdale. Combinations like lemon basil quinoa with rustic herb grilled chicken or scallion citrus basmati with soy-charred steak and Thai coconut curry will be served at Beehive Kitchen, a build-your-own bowl, fresh-casual restaurant opening Wednesday, March 29 in Uptown Fort Lauderdale’s Cypress Creek corridor.
Boca Raton’s Mizner Park recently welcomed iconic Brooklyn, New York eatery Junior’s Restaurant to its lineup of shopping, fun and flavor.
The Restaurant People plan to open a casual beer hall called Township in the cavernous downtown Fort Lauderdale location that until recently held the Tilted Kilt.
Forget the typical chain restaurant or lame frozen dinner. Fort Lauderdale is teeming with a mouthwatering abundance of eateries and, now, three that are OpenTable-certified hot spots. Yes, OpenTable recently released its list of the Top 100 Hot Spots in America for 2017, and three Fort Lauderdale favorites—YOLO, Kaluz Restaurant, and Louie Bossi's Ristorante—all received accolades.
If there’s one thing we don’t have in Fort Lauderdale, it’s a downtown rooftop bar—but it looks like that’ll be changing soon. Next month The Restaurant People will begin construction on the aptly named Rooftop, a bar-slash-restaurant eight stories above Las Olas Boulevard.
Fort Lauderdale’s very hot North Federal corridor is shaping up for a serious chain pizza showdown. On the west side of the street is Mellow Mushroom, that chain with a hippie vibe and lots of history in Delray. On the other is MidiCi, an upstart from California that’s hoping the food is as good as the experience.
This May, ARC Broward will be hosting a food tasting event that also serves up an eye-opening experience. The local nonprofit works to provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities and other challenges, and at Delish, ARC Broward's annual fundraiser featuring top South Florida chefs, its culinary students are as much the star.
As the city of Fort Lauderdale reduces Northeast 13th Street’s car lanes from four to two—in order to widen sidewalks, add new landscaping and make it more pedestrian-friendly—local businesspeople expect the area will only get better.
Life doesn’t slow down at 50, according to Carmel Baronoff, a Boca-based chef and fitness expert.
Most weekends in Fort Lauderdale, bottomless mimosas are as prevalent as bikinis on the beach, so we're not surprised to find our beachside town has been named the best city for brunch in the nation. That's right—Travel + Leisure released its annual America's Favorite Places survey in early March, and Fort Lauderdale came in at No. 1 on its America's Favorite Cities for Brunch list.