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Woke up at 3:00a and have a craving for eggs Benedict? The Floridian has got you covered. Open 24-hours seven days a week, this Fort Lauderdale standby serves up traditional diner comfort food whenever you want it. The portions are large, so don't forget your appetite. The atmosphere is cozy, and the walls are adorned with framed pictures of celebrities, a touch of classic Americana that even non-cultural mavens will love. For those burgers, sandwiches, breakfasts and more that remind you of Grandma's home cooking, make sure to stop by The Floridian, day or night.
Sweet Nectar Charcoal Grill & Spirits offers delectable food that has been grilled over charcoal. Taste the steak, prawns and the scallops or order some tapas-style small plates. Order the ultra-popular lobster mac n cheese and try not to drool over the Sweet Nectar Pie. Be sure to indulge in a sweet nectar pitcher - made with moonshine, agave and fruit juices - during your meal.
Experience the flavors and warmth of Tuscany on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Tuscan Grill has an outdoor patio that's perfect for alfresco dining; or, stay in the cozy dining room, where you'll get all the comforts of a home in Italy. This restaurant serves amazing dishes, making it a popular destination for those seeking Italian downtown. Live piano performances add plenty of charm to an evening spent here.
Located on Las Olas Boulevard, Louie Bossi's serves fresh Italian delights in an expansive, family-friendly place. The restaurant's chef and namesake, Louie Bossi himself, takes his business seriously, and this is reflected in their hand-made bread and pizza dough. To top it off, Bossi's will present you with an option of 14 different types of pasta, cannoli shells and house-made sauces. Try the roasted porcetta-laden sandwich called The Boss, and the fragrant pizzas that come highly recommended. Choose from a menu of wine, beer and cocktails to go with the Italian fare.
Enjoy a range of Mexican delights like quesadillas, tacos, burritos, fajitas and more at El Camino, a buzzing spot suitable for locals and tourists alike. Set in a hip space, the restaurant also boasts of an expanded mezcal and tequila section perfect for those who are in the mood to enjoy a drink or two. Whether you are in the mood for a hearty Mexican meal or wish to spend quality time with friends, then an evening at El Camino will not let you down.
Taste authentic Italian dishes on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Caffe Europa is a longtime favorite for locals and tourists alike. The spacious indoor dining room has a welcoming ambiance, and the patio provides ample opportunities for people watching on the bustling downtown street. Pasta and pizza recipes that have been passed down for generations are made with authentic ingredients that have been imported from Italy.