Your Fort Lauderdale Eating and Drinking Guide

Your Fort Lauderdale Eating and Drinking Guide

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Here’re a dozen sweet places to get your drink/eat on in Ft. Lauderdale that might just have you calling a realtor.

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    The Marlins were in first place last week. That’s surprising. You know what’s not surprising? That the guys behind Rok:Brgr have created the most-consistently-packed bar on Himmarshee.
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    The big dogs of South Florida brewing not only got off the porch, but opened up a 20,000sqft brewery in Oakland Park with a 3,000sqft tasting room.
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    Hit this almost-unfindable, windowless dive among the warehouses in the off-airport parking district, and kill time watching the fine "Adult" features playing on the flickering TVs.
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    The inventive chefs at this place's new, waterfront locale have created some rolls (like the Miami Vice w/ dry-rubbed tuna, mango, pineapple cilantro & masago) that’ll make you completely forget about ordering their already-famous wings.
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    Even if you’re having worse luck with the ladies than Jameis did with those crab legs, they’ve still got a killer menu with some of South Florida’s best mac and cheese.
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    Nevermind this beachside dive is a perpetual hangout for the old, leathery, possibly-homeless couple that came here for Spring Break ’85 and forgot to go home. That alone would win you the “Best Dive” title.
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    It’s not a secret that this spot on the oceanfront side of The W in Lauderdale Beach has the best beef in Broward.
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    What happens on a Sunday afternoon at Tap 42 is that every boozy bruncher in Lauderdale convenes to eat menu items that they won’t remember (but will wish they did).
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    Pounding PITCHERS of Rocco’s 14 different, specialty margaritas while eating AYCE tacos on a Tuesday night.
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    This converted convenience store in Sailboat Bend has taken spots that used to be reserved for Gatorade and Steel Reserve and packed each one with a unique craft beer, which owner Julian Siegel can probably describe right down to the yeast.
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    Al Golden once said, “If you’re not improving, you’re decaying.” And since nobody likes a decaying burger, the guys behind Ft. Lauderdale’s first -- and best -- craft beer and gourmet burger spot have refused to rest on their meaty laurels.
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    We’d say “The 1920s are alive and well” at this two-level speakeasy, but then there’d be no A/C and alligators might eat us on the way home.
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