Padrino’s Cuban Cuisine Opens Location In Fort Lauderdale
Family-owned and operated for three generations, Padrino’s Cuban Cuisine has served South Florida authentic Cuban recipes since 1976 in Hallandale, Plantation, Boca Raton and Orlando, and now Fort Lauderdale is getting a taste.
Padrino’s Fort Lauderdale location is now open at 1135 N. Federal Highway. The restaurant chain was founded in Hialeah by Cuban immigrants, husband and wife Diosdado and Rosa Padrino, who relocated to a larger space in 1981, opening Padrino’s Hallandale.
The opening of Padrino’s fifth and latest location in Fort Lauderdale is a milestone for the family-owned business, as the third-generation Padrino siblings were enlisted to spearhead the project.
The Fort Lauderdale location is the first Padrino’s in South Florida to feature a full bar serving up cocktails, and it's the first ever to offer a traditional brunch on weekends.
Padrino’s Fort Lauderdale is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and soon it will be open for weekend brunch.
1135 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale; 954.210.8989; padrinos.com
Photo courtesy of Padrino’s Cuban Cuisine