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Food, Shopping, and Nightlife in Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale is a great place to be. Miles and miles of scenic beaches and winding waterways, and rows upon rows of eye-catching storefronts line an entire stretch of road.

The sheer number of shops, restaurants, bars, and great establishments in the country’s premier luxury destination can overwhelm a newcomer in the city.

But that’s a challenge with a most gratifying reward.

Let us be your guide to this city of many possibilities.

The area has about 4,000 restaurants designed to please the palate of the most discriminating foodie.

We can’t list down all these wonderful choices. So we trimmed the list down to our top picks:
1. Steak 954. This elegant, alluring boutique-style oceanfront restaurant located in the lavish W Hotel is one of the city’s most irresistible chophouses. It is especially recommended for those with the most discerning appetites.
Phone: (954)414-8333 | Website: steak954.com

2. 3030 Ocean. Head on over to the Marriott’s Harbor Beach Resort and Spa near Downtown for this casual chic dinner bistro with mouth-watering seafood and special meats.
Phone: (954) 765-3030 | Website: 3030ocean.com

3. Market 17. This one-of-a-kind restaurant serves fresh food sourced straight from the farm. Its enticing “wine country cuisine” consists of organic, locallycaught seafood and ranch- raised meat and poultry. Beautifully plated, dishes are good to the last bite. Most of all, they’re guaranteed free of chemicals, hormones, steroids, and pesticides.
Phone: (954) 399-0017 | Website: www.market17.net

Shop till you drop in 12 outstanding malls and hundreds of storefronts where you can get everything you want. Find exactly what your heart desires in these popular shopping locations:

  • Las Olas Boulevard. The city’s most vibrant and popular street features trendy shops, one-of-a-kind boutiques and storefronts, galleries, restaurants, and clubs. You wouldn’t want to miss this amazing location.
    Phone: (954) 937-7386 | Website: lasolasboulevard.com
  • The Galleria. This grand 2-story, global-caliber shopping center is a mecca of Fort Lauderdale’s upscale shopping. It raises the bar for mall shopping, and is home to a wealth of well-loved stores including Victoria’s Secret, Neiman Marcus, Macy’s, Ann Taylor, Dillard’s, and much more.
  • Sawgrass Mills. This sprawling shopping center is known as Florida’s largest outlet mall. It houses a wide range of shops — from popular retail stores to high-end designer boutiques. No less than 350 storefronts are filled with amazing deals. It also has a lot of great restaurants and entertainment options to rev you up for multiple shopping sprees.
    Phone: (954) 846-2350 | Website: sawgrassmillsmall.com

They say people in Fort Lauderdale lead a pretty laidback lifestyle. But even though they do, residents also know how to party.

After all, this place used to be the venue of some of the wildest spring break parties around.

The city has since cleaned up its act, but part of that magic lives on in these top venues:

  • Las Olas Boulevard. When the sun comes down, the lights turn on and the music starts. Many of Fort Lauderdale’s most vibrant night spots,like bars, clubs, and gaming places are found in this popular thoroughfare which spills all the way to the beach.
    Phone: (954) 937-7386 | Website: lasolasboulevard.com

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