Deal of the Day: Half-Priced Fare at Jet Runway Café

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The next time you're jetting off to some faraway destination, why not try grabbing a bite to eat from the Jet Runway Café

Even if you're not traveling, if you would like a departure from your average breakfast or lunch destination, this is the spot you've been searching for.

By day, Jet Runway Café is a bustling, upscale eatery found inside Fort Lauderdale's Executive Airport. By night, it transforms from a blank canvas to an exquisite event venue, providing the ideal location for your next corporate function. 

Let your imagination be your guide as Jet Runway's private chefs and event coordinators, with more than 30 years' combined industry experience, handle every detail, from the décor to the catering menu. 

With an upscale environment, offset by a laid-back atmosphere, Jet Runway Café takes first-class service from the ground to the runway with its breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu. All you have to do is sit back, relax -- and experience expansive views of private jets poised for takeoff or of the café's state-of-the-art open kitchen.

For today only, receive $30 worth of food, drink, and/or catering for just $15 with our Deal of the Day from Jet Runway Café.

Jet Runway Café
5540 NW 21st Terrace
Fort Lauderdale 33309
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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