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Gatsby's Joint

Bars and Clubs
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Hardy Park Bistro

After years of planning and traveling the world, former yacht chef and Australian native Philip Darmon opened downtown Fort Lauderdale's Hardy Park Bistro in November 2013. Here, he serves upscale...
Mediterranean, Restaurants
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Blue Jean Blues

Bars and Clubs, Music Venues, Bar Food
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Pelican Landing

Pelican Landing is the more casual watering hole adjoining the Hyatt's Pier 66 (Grille 66 is the upscale neighbor). But you wouldn't know it by the docks of million-dollar yachts you have to walk...
Seafood, Bars and Clubs
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Tsukuro

Restaurants
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Sky Thai Sushi

Owned by the team behind Tee Jay Sushi in Fort Lauderdale and Wilton Manors as well as Thai House in North Miami Beach, Sky Thai Sushi offers a combination of traditional Thai, authentic Japanese,...
Sushi, Thai
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Cafe Martorano

With its glittery M on the door, the DJ booth in the kitchen, the polished sheen of silver-and-white marble, and the walls of flat-screens pulsing like blue strobes, Café Martorano looks as much...
Italian, Restaurants
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Boatyard

When the original Bimini Boatyard Bar & Grill opened off SE 17th Street in 1989, Fort Lauderdale diners anointed it the new hot spot, a laid-back waterfront restaurant that attracted all ages with...
American, Seafood, Bars and Clubs
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Bistro Mezzaluna

There's something inherently elegant about white tablecloths. At the Zagat-rated Bistro Mezzaluna located in Lauderdale's yachting district, it's not unusual to find yacht crew and boat captains...
Italian, Seafood
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15th Street Fisheries

This 30-plus-year-old dockside restaurant is a prime seat for people-watching and enjoying a boat parade. Nestled adjacent to the Fort Lauderdale Marina, this spot offers fresh catch for good...
Seafood, Restaurants

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