Fort Lauderdale may be known for its white sand beaches and boating canals, but this coastal city also has an exciting restaurant scene.
Conch Fritters are a beloved Bahamian dish. Made with fried balls of dough filled with chopped conch, veggies and spices,
Key Lime Pie is one of Florida's beloved desserts and it was even officially designated as the state's official pie in 2006.
Florida's Venice of America is renowned for its white sand beaches, world-class hotels and glamorous crowds - but it also has plenty of restaurants serving fresh fare
This grilled, pressed sandwich is filled with ham, roast pork, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard and typically served cold.
Gator tail is a delectable treat for Southern foodies. This nutrient-rich white meat can be used in many comforting recipes.
Fort Lauderdale boasts a bounty of fresh seafood restaurants to choose from, whether you're in the mood for casual waterfront restaurants or high-end eateries featuring
No matter the occasion, Fort Lauderdale offers plenty of delicious dining options to try. One great way to experience all that this vibrant city
Tacos, a staple in Mexican and South American cuisine, make for an effortless yet delicious lunch.