HOME > Chowhound > Florida >
What are you cooking today?
TELL US

melbourne, ft lauderdale - where to go

j
jdwoods Apr 23, 2008 02:59 AM

I have a night in both melbourne and ft lauderdale.
I would love some suggestions of places to go for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, snacks, etc...
I am planning on going to Le Tub to try the infamous burger but is there anything else worth trying?
I am interested in nearly all cuisines and would try anything from a whole-in-the-wall to a fancy-sit-down restuarant...
please let me know of your suggestions!
thank you

  1. butrfli1227 Apr 24, 2008 08:50 AM

    My favorite place in Ft Laud us Canyon too...

    Here are some good, very casual places in Ft Laud
    Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza - multiple locations
    Zona Fresca - Just North of Sunrise on US1, VERY Fresh - quick mexican, awesome tacos, burritos, and guacamole

    1. j
      jdwoods Apr 23, 2008 04:02 PM

      what about ft lauderdale?!

      2 Replies
      1. re: jdwoods
        r
        Raboi Apr 23, 2008 07:11 PM

        i just posted this for some people staying near A1A/17th street causeway

        15th Street Fishery - A Lauderdale Classic
        http://www.15streetfisheries.com/
        Fish - on the 17th Street Causeway
        http://www.fish-fl.com/

        Anthony's Run Way 84 - On Marina
        Great Italian, up there with Cafe Mortorano, Cafe D'Angelo
        Head over to Las Olas 1 mile north of you for tons of great food
        Chima - All you can eat meat, brazilian style
        http://www.chima.cc/
        Johnny V - chef was on iron chef last year
        http://www.johnnyvlasolas.com/
        Las Olas Cafe - Small hole in the wall awesome food

        Trina - On A1A, Mediterranean style
        Canyon - On Sunrise at Federal. My favorite in Lauderdale. Hi Class Tex Mex

        Eduardo de San Angel - Hi Class Mexican
        http://www.eduardodesanangel.com/

        Thai Spice - Oakland Blvd
        Sunfish Grill
        Anything on Himmarshee Blvd is great, especially River House, Himmarshee, or Creolinas

        1. re: Raboi
          t
          TomFl Apr 24, 2008 05:58 AM

          To qualify my thread,the folks that usually work on it are traveling with work.

          Yes,some of the places are closed.

          Phone calls are always a good bet.

          The list helps with geography,as most of them have been local standards for quite awhile.

          The alternate chowhound post, mostly touches on some of the "cutting edge" new restaurants in town.

          As happens with many like that,they are already gone,changed owners,chef moved,etc.

          If we know a specific location,we are much better able to give rec.

          Tom

      2. c
        cavandre Apr 23, 2008 10:13 AM

        I'd be careful of the list cited in Tom's reply; some of those places are out of business.

        Where are you staying in Melbourne. While the city isn't that wide East-to-West, it does run a good 15-20 miles North-to-South, which could mean a lot of driving.

        You might also check this topic: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/321170

        1. t
          TomFl Apr 23, 2008 06:19 AM

          Reference Melbourne,here is a pretty good start,depending on your location.

          It is in a county about 80 miles long,without any really distinct cities.

          http://perpetualtravel.com/marc/brevr...

          Tom

          Show Hidden Posts