By Christie Galeano-DeMott
Greater Fort Lauderdale may be called the Venice of America for its
Thursday, October 23, 2014 9:24 AM by Guest Blogger
Get ready residents of Fort Lauderdale and South Florida: Party, Event and Wedding Season is almost upon us! Yes, the last six months may have been on the hot side, but we all know that the next six months is going to be absolutely perfect. Residents of Fort Lauderdale and Broward County look forward to this time of year all summer. Of course, so does the rest of the planet!
While people in the north are battling cold winters they seek relief by visiting South Florida. Fort Lauderdale is known as the "Venice of America" due to the numerous
Friday, October 25, 2013 11:45 AM by Guest Blogger
The Royal Pig Pub has taken Las Olas by Storm - Open for lunch and dinner they are also featuring an outstanding value in the "Dine Out Lauderdale" menu from October 1 - Nov 7 2013.
Guest Blogger and Ft. Lauderdale scene maker Tanya S. had this to say about a recent dinner at The Royal Pig.
Our evening at the Royal Pig on Las Olas began as we were cordially greeted by the hostess ....
Just as soon as we were seated outside... our waitress Denise appeared and took
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 1:41 PM by Guest Blogger
Dine Like a King or Queen during Dine Out Fort Lauderdale
~ Andrea Richard, South Florida Gay News (SFGN)
Sure, Fort Lauderdale offers a vibrant and fine array of seemingly endless dining options. But the steep prices might compete with your champagne taste buds. While indulgence is costly, foodies can take advantage of Dine Out Fort Lauderdale, to save without compromise.
This dining promotion going on through November 7, offers diners specials on selected three-course menus at a fixed rate of $35. The deal is actually worth $55 or so per
Thursday, October 17, 2013 2:59 PM by Guest Blogger
By The Foodaholic
October 17, 2013
For my second Dine Out Lauderdale adventure I headed up to Grille 66 & Bar, located adjacent to the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 Hotel at 2301 Southeast 17th Street. The first few steps in, I was already enthralled with the panoramic views of the intracoastal waterway. Floor-to-ceiling windows and strategically placed outdoor seating provide guests with an unparalleled dining experience. The elegant yet inviting atmosphere is enhanced by the
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 9:40 AM by Guest Blogger
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By The Foodaholic
October 12, 2013
After watching Letters to Juliet for the 53rd time, I started out my first Dine Out Lauderdale adventure for 2013 at an Italian restaurant that, while the food was not necessarily from Verona, it was from Tuscany, Rome and Florence, which in my romantic state of heart, was close enough. Da Campo Osteria, located at the il Lugano Hotel and Residences at 3333 NE 32nd Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, is a charming, elegant place with stunning views of the
We were recently invited to dine at Ireland’s Steakhouse in the Bonaventure Resort, as part of the Dine Out Fort Lauderdale program. I had never been to Ireland’s and have not been to the Bonaventure Resort in several years, so I was curious.
It was pretty quiet at the resort when we arrived, but everyone from the parking valet to the front desk people to the restaurant staff were extremely friendly. We instantly felt welcome, and were seated immediately. There were only a