Closer Look: S3 in Fort Lauderdale

Closer Look: S3 in Fort Lauderdale

Despite the sensory overload inside the restaurant, the focus is on the water — or at least, that is the idea. Though its name is meant to evoke thoughts of the ocean, S3 in a few ways neglects it. "S3" is short for sun, surf, and sand. The Restaurant People — the company that owns YOLO, Vibe, and the Tarpon Bend chain — spent $4 million and a year and a half transforming the first floor of the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort into an Asian-inspired waterfront oasis.

Read the full review of S3 in Fort Lauderdale.


Despite the sensory overload inside the restaurant, the focus is on the water — or at least, that is the idea. Though its name is meant to evoke thoughts of the ocean, S3 in a few ways neglects it. "S3" is short for sun, surf, and sand. The Restaurant People — the company that owns YOLO, Vibe, and the Tarpon Bend chain — spent $4 million and a year and a half transforming the first floor of the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort into an Asian-inspired waterfront oasis.

Read the full review of S3 in Fort Lauderdale.
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