If it ain't broke don't fix it. If it is, you kind of need to change things up to make sure they'll work out well.
Apparently, the Atlantic Resort & Spa's in-house restaurant East End Brasserie wasn't working out so well. After years of trying to bring traditional French fare to Fort Lauderdale Beach, the new property owners and managers have decided to forego the Francophilia for a more American vibe.
Clean Plate Charlie spoke to the resort's food and beverage director Daniel Lydia about the new concept and the changes being implemented.
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