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Deal of the Day: Bravo Ristorante in Fort Lauderdale

Bravo is the word locals use to describe this upscale Italian eatery.

Step into this Fort Lauderdale restaurant, Bravo Ristorante, and you'll see why they've been serving up authentic Italian for more than a decade. With a wide ranging lunch 

and dinner menu that covers all the bases, they are today's Deal of the Day. Act now and you can receive half off -- that's $50 worth of food and drink -- for just $25.

Their innovative pasta list includes over 15 selections, most for under $10. Better yet, every dish can be custom-made with a topping of shrimp, calamari or chicken for just about $5 more. You can even order your dish made with whole wheat pasta at no extra charge.

We suggest you try one of Bravo's thin-crust, grilled pizzas, like the rustic L'Amore Mio, a simple but tasty combination of fresh house tomato sauce, mozzarella, parmigiano and fresh basil for $11.95. Like the pasta, whole wheat crust is an available option.

The lunch special, a good pick for any eat-in diners, is also a guaranteed pleaser with the all-you-can-eat soup, salad and garlic rolls for just $9.25. Just don't forget to wash it down with one of Bravo's 49 wine-by-the-glass selections (there's also a full liquor bar).

No matter what you choose for lunch or dinner, we're pretty sure Bravo will give you something to rave about, too.

1515 Southeast 17th St.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
(954) 523-9441

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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