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Fort Lauderdale Restaurants Roll Out New Menus For Fall, And These Are The Dishes You Need To Try

As we head into fall, Fort Lauderdale eateries are freshening things up with seasonal menus. Here’s the low-down on the new dishes you’ll want to try.

 

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American Social

At American Social, guests can now eat social, too. The Las Olas staple has a new menu that’s all about sharing—from starters like piquillo pepper hummus down to an 8-ounce strip loin entree served pre-sliced for wandering forks or fingers. Whether you want to enjoy a sharable lunch with co-workers or split some bites at the bar during happy hour, American Social’s fresh new eats won’t disappoint.

721 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale / americansocialbar.com

 

Himmarshee Public House

Public House is offering more than 20 new items, from tuna poke wontons to root beer-glazed lamb ribs, in order to complement its brand refresh and recent renovation. We think the smoked brisket nachos or Tomahawk pork chop served with bourbon carrots and mashed potatoes are a must-try.

201 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale / publichouseftl.com

The Watering Hole

Hidden in the back of the Whole Foods Market in Davie, find The Watering Hole, a super affordable craft beer and wine bar with happy hour deals, like $8 pizzas and pint nights on Thursdays. Serving $5 to $7 glasses of wine or beer pints and healthy, flavorful bar food, The Watering Hole is a secret you ought to discover. When you visit, check out new menu items like boom boom shrimp, cauliflower nachos or chicken tandoori pizza with mango chutney.

1903 S. University Drive, Davie / wholefoodsmarket.com