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The Eight Most Basic Places in Broward County

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6. Johnny's Strip Club Are you gay? Calcium-deficient?? Come to Milk Mondays at Broward's most food-oriented party. To be clear: This is a weekly event characterized by shirtless men with milk cascading over their rippling muscles. Milk is actually basic. Like, in terms of pH. So. Runner-up: Solid Gold

5. YOLO on Las Olas As far as names are concerned, this is basically T.G.I. Friday's updated to reference an acronym people actually use today. Except this place is full of expensive food that's served by wait staff who will emphatically tell you that the restaurant existed years before Drake even came up with "that song." And pretend to not know what you're asking for when you try to order a "drizzy" instead of a drink. And threaten to call security if you don't leave. Whatever, Drake. We see you. Runner-up: Blue Martini

4. Cafe Iguana Pines This is the number-one place in Broward where "crazy" memories are born. By which we mean, Cafe Iguana Pines is where you can dance in a circle with your extremely typical friends as 99 JAMZ plays the same three Drake songs on repeat. Runner-up: Sam's Club in Coral Springs

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Allie Conti was a fellow at Miami New Times and a staff writer for New Times Broward-Palm Beach, where her writing won awards from the Florida Press Club and the Society of Professional Journalists. She's now the senior staff writer at Vice and a contributor to the New York Times, New York Magazine, and the Atlantic.

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