Closer Look: Bimini Boatyard in Fort Lauderdale

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Cay Sal Grouper- Woodfire grilled grouper topped with a jumbo lump crab meat, basil pomodoro sauce served on a bed of grilled asparagus

In 24 years, Bimini Boatyard has seen a pair of owners, a handful of chefs, unknown dozens of million-dollar yachts bouncing up in the harbor, and more cheesy engagement photos than you can shake a stick at. Through it all, the perfect views, cool iced teas, and sweet Bimini bread have kept it a Fort Lauderdale favorite that continues to outlive countless competing restaurants. Today, it's searching for a new identity while trying not to stray from what has made it successful for more than two decades. "We're not going to compete with YOLO, S3, places like that," says owner Steven Hudson, who bought the restaurant in 2008. "We're not trying to be trendy." Read the full review on Bimini Boatyard in Fort Lauderdale.

Published on October 2, 2013

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