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  • 33rd Street Wine Bar

    33rd Street Wine Bar

    3337 NE 33rd St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-566-2111

    http://www.33rdstreetwinebar.com Just one block north of Oakland Park off A1A in the Galt Ocean Mile neighborhood, 33rd Street Wine bar is truly the ultimate wine destination for Fort Lauderdale oenophiles. With more than 150 wines to choose from, this charming spot knows its pairings and provides tasty delights to complement a glass or bottle with treats like antipasto, cool tapas, and artisan cheese boards. Owner Candace has created a fantastic atmosphere for wine lovers and knows her wines like the back of her hand. 33rd Street Wine Bar offers wine classes and various weekly or monthly tastings and is available for private birthday or anniversary parties and tastings. 33rd Street Wine Bar is great for an evening of wine and friends while listening to live jazz. More >>

  • Aruba Beach Cafe

    Aruba Beach Cafe

    1 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-776-0001

    http://www.arubabeachcafe.com As far as bars go, Aruba Beach Cafe is quintessential South Florida livin'. It hasn't really changed much since it opened in 1983. Both tourists and locals frequent this classically Floridian (read: pastel-colored), upbeat eatery located on the water next to the Commercial Boulevard Pier. In addition to a menu of delectable seafood entrees, two bars offer fruity cocktails, serious cocktails, and the company of locals and tourists. The menu includes seafood favorites like conch fritters, a fresh mahi-mahi sandwich, and the blackened seafood trio, plus turf specialties like the Aruba burger and the goat cheese salad. Watching the beach through the vast ceiling-to-floor windows may be the main draw, but people also love the laid-back atmosphere. Flip-flop your way in to hear live music any day of the week. Steel drums provide island versions of your Top 40 favorites. The hardest choice you'll have to make will be between indoor seating with a view or outdoor seating overlooking the beach. After all, Aruba's sandy spot next door to Commercial Boulevard fishing pier makes it the bona fide beach spot in a village of beach spots. More >>

  • Bamboo Beach Tiki Bar & Cafe

    Bamboo Beach Tiki Bar & Cafe

    4040 Galt Ocean Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-566-7500

    http://www.oceanmanor.com Drinker, partiers, and tiki bar lovers rejoice. Ocean Manor Beach Resort's Bamboo Beach Tiki Bar has been the longtime go-to for Fort Lauderdale residents who want to daytime drink near the pool and in the sand. What more could you possibly want in life? As long as the sun is out -- or there is no hurricane, really -- the bar is packed. Every Sunday the bar features a Caribbean pig roast--not Polynesian, but close enough--for $15.95. Hey, you can always pretend you're in Maui. More >>

  • Fishtales Bar & Grill

    Fishtales Bar & Grill

    3355 NE 33rd St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-689-2344

    http://www.fishtaleson33rd.com

  • Mai-Kai

    Mai-Kai

    3599 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-563-3272

    http://www.maikai.com The Mai-Kai is easy to love. It's not that its oversized tiki cocktails and Lobster Tahitienne are anything to write home about. It's just that you can't set foot in the place without succumbing to a deep enchantment: You've entered a waking dreamworld, part Blue Lagoon, part Monkey's Paw. Maybe because it's dark as a cave or because you're never more than ten feet from running water. Or because the cocktail waitresses are dressed in Barbarella-era bikinis or because, as you grope your way through room after room lit by jewel-colored lanterns, there's a kitschy-surreal surprise around every corner. What most people are looking for is the Polynesian dance and fire-eating shows, which are fun, for sure. By the time you finally make your way out to the winding, torch-lit path in the garden, you're feeling as intrepid and remote as Henry Morton Stanley trailing Livingstone through the Congo. Yet, you're still in Fort Lauderdale. More >>

  • Ocean Mist Pub

    Ocean Mist Pub

    210 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-938-5234

    Although Lauderdale-by-the-Sea is becoming the new stomping grounds for a swankier local crowd, the old Florida vibe of beach-living survives at Ocean Mist Pub. The warm wooden decor and nautical theme will draw you in, the friendly service will convince you to have a drink, and the pool table will make you stay. No cheesy, touristy gimics like those found at the shops along the same street. Ocean Mist Pub isn't Spring Break headquarters, after all. But it is probably one of the friendliest spots to sit after a day in the sun, or to spend a drinking holiday like St. Patty's, Cinco de Mayo, or, well, any other holiday you get off work. More >>

  • Smoke Cafe

    Smoke Cafe

    3337 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-565-1942

    Finally, a place where smokers don't have to feel ostracized. Smoke Café, nestled in a colorful, Old Florida plaza off A1A and Oakland Park, offers its customers more than 100 types of cigars, along with hookah tobacco. The hearty aroma wafts around the entrance, greeting you at the door or as you walk by to other neighborhood businesses like Bruce's Tattoo shop or the famous Café Martorano. The wooden décor and wall-sized wine rack give the small space a cozy yet sophisticated feel. In a not-so-sophisticated turn, customers can also power up the Wii for some videogame fun. Smoke Café doesn't serve liquor, but it carries wine, 50 kinds of beer, and sake. Free food is served on Monday and Tuesday with the purchase of smokes or drink. More >>

  • Village Pump

    Village Pump

    4404 El Mar Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-776-5840

    http://www.villagegrille.com Upscale but located in the beach hub of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, the dimly lit Village Pump serves a casual crowd that doesn't want to skimp on its booze or food. The great drinks slide across a marble bar, the wine list is more than adequate, and the food comes from its sister restaurant the Village Grill, located next door. Sports dominate the TV, the music doesn't stray much from the standard Top 40, and the crowd skews around 40-plus. If you're looking to absorb the beach breeze while sipping on some cocktails, the outdoor seating can't be beat. Bring quarters, though. Parking's a bitch. More >>

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