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Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida Cuisine | Where to Eat

Cruise lines that visit Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades): Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, Silversea, Celebrity, Holland America, Princess, Carnival, Royal Caribbean

Recommended Attractions: Butterfly World, Museum of Science and Discovery, Bonnet House and Gardens, Historic Stranahan House, and the Beaches!

Sugar Reef entrance

Sugar Reef Tropical Grill in Hollywood Beach

600 North Surf Road (Between New York and Fillmore Streets)
Hollywood, Florida 33019
954 922-1119

Port to Sugar Reef - 9 miles, 20 minutes
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Opened in 1994 by husband and wife team, Patrick Farnault and Robin Seger, Sugar Reef is a colorful oasis of tropical charm complete with ocean breezes, swaying palms, turquoise water and wonderful food. A French and American couple, Chef Patrick Farnault combines his traditional French training with the colors and flavors of the tropics, creating the light flavorful menu of Sugar Reef.


3599 N. Federal Highway (US 1)
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
954-563-3272 ext 1

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The Mai-Kai is a South Florida tourist tradition offering a variety of dishes from all over Polynesia and the Far East.  And along with dinner, you experience the classic Polynesian show with dancers from the South Pacific.  It's an experience you will always remember.

Canyon Southwest

1818 East Sunrise Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL  
954 765 1950

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Canyon Southwest is a boutique restaurant offering unique food and drink recipes with a Southwestern flare.  But be sure to arrive early because there are limited tables and they do not accept reservations.

Rustic Inn

4331 Anglers Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

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Rustic Inn lives up to its name with dockside tables overlooking one of South Florida's many canals.  Be sure to dress casually as the experience of breaking open the World Famous Garlic crabs can be messy.  You can also eat inside and have wonderful lobsters, seafood and delicious steaks.

Shula's on the Beach, Fort Lauderdale

321 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. (A1A)
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

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One of the premier restaurants on the Beach, Shula's was started by former Miami Dolphin's coach, Don Shula and now famous for quality and elegance.  The focus is on Prime Beef, but seafood and other options are also available.