‘Dine Out Lauderdale’ Returns in August 

The offerings include prix fixe dining deals and curated culinary experiences throughout Broward County to showcase the area’s diverse dining options.

Locals and visitors alike can indulge in Greater Fort Lauderdale’s diverse culinary scene during Visit Lauderdale’s “Dine Out Lauderdale” promotion. From August 1 through August 31, over 80 restaurants and eateries will offer prix fixe menus ranging from $45 to $75. With curated, three-course dining options, foodies will surely find something to satisfy their cravings.

Greater Fort Lauderdale boasts an eclectic dining scene that ranges from farm-to-table goodness sourced from local Florida farms to bespoke cocktails served at trendy rooftop bars. Visitors can enjoy casual waterfront fare or culinary marvels crafted by award-winning chefs. This year will provide additional discounts on sweets and treats, brunches, happy hours, and exclusive culinary experiences such as cooking classes, dinners, wine pairings, and more.

“Greater Fort Lauderdale not only welcomes everyone under the sun, we also proudly serve everything under the sun when it comes to a diversity of multicultural dining options,” Visit Lauderdale’s president and CEO Stacy Ritter says.

Food enthusiasts can explore new dining establishments that have recently opened, including KAO Bar and Grill, Negroni Weston, and Rock and Brews. This summer presents the perfect opportunity to delve deeper into the charming neighborhoods of Greater Fort Lauderdale. There are many vibrant communities worth exploring, including Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Wilton Manors, Lighthouse Point, Dania Beach, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Weston, and Hallandale Beach, amongst others.

Dine Out Lauderdale aims to encourage guests to explore new culinary concepts by recommending international options such as Bravo Peruvian Cuisine, Le Bistro or Cuba Libre Restaurant. To enhance the dining experience, participants can immerse themself in new settings like 3030 Ocean Restaurant, Aruba Beach Café and the Backflip Beach Bar, all of which offer spectacular oceanfront views. Harborwood Urban Kitchen & Bar or the Historic Downtowner are great options for those seeking some downtown energy. They can also treat themselves to an artisan roast at Koffee Kult in Hollywood and then enjoy dessert at the iconic Jaxson’s Ice Cream and Parlor restaurant in Dania Beach.

“Dine Out Lauderdale is a tasty way to support some of the most extraordinary restaurants we have throughout Greater Fort Lauderdale’s 31 municipalities during the entire month of August,” Ritter says. 

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