Looking for recomendations for family for Hallandale area.
Going to be vacationing in Hallandale area with two teen kids. Will be eating in restaurants for ten days. Need restaurant recomendations for good value meals that are delicious. Will have a car and can go to Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale etc.
Bagels @ Sage- deli too
Burgers @ Le Tub
Very good/inexpensive Salvadoran food/coal fired pizza @ El Tamarindo
Good Cuban @ Padrino's
gourmet comfort food @ Lola's on harrison
upscale Mediterranean nearby @Timo's
creative/global @ Neomi's
Tuna fish Sandwiches @ Epicure Market
fish shack @ Tark's
Pizza @ Piola
Upscale Italian @ Fulvio's
Breakfast/lunch @ Sugar Reef and/or Giorgio's bakery. (both on water-one Ocean the other intracoastal)
Ceviche @ El Goyo Pollo
Sushi/Thai @ Eddie Hills
Lola's on Harrison
2032 Harrison Street, Hollywood, FL 33020
1900 Harrison St, Hollywood, FL 33020
1100 N Ocean Dr, Hollywood, FL 33019
Goyo El Pollo Florida I
Pembroke Rd Dixie Hwy, Hollywood, FL 33020
Giorgio's Bakery & Bistro
800 N Ocean Dr, Hollywood, FL 33019
600 N Surf Rd, Hollywood, FL 33019
Tark's of Dania
1317 S Federal Hwy, Dania, FL 33004
Sage Bagel Restaurant & Deli
800 E Hallandale Beach Blvd #1, Hallandale Beach, FL
17190 Collins Ave Sunny Isles, Bch, FL
Tamarindo Coal Fired Pizza
712 Atlantic Shores Blvd, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
I neglected to mention Mauro's for a legit NY style slice and the lounge area at Bourbon Steak for a great burger.
More on Bourbon burgers here http://thechowfather.blogspot.com/200...
19999 West Country Club Drive, Aventura, FL 33180
1904 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, FL 33020
re: The Chowfather
I had my first Columbian Hot Dog @ a new place on Hwood Blvd in downtown Hwood called Borojo. I actually went with the the Chorizo dog and it was really good. Came with mozzarella, potato chips and bacon plus various sauces which I assume are traditional. I was scared b/c one was pineapple but it blended in nicely. It's a nice, clean. modern ,casual space. Inexpensive with 15 or so "gourmet" arepa options (chicken, pork, beef, shrimp) plus salads, Colombian burgers, dogs (fried?) and several appetizers. Looking forward to trying more menu items.
re: The Chowfather
as promised I returned to try the not so "gourmet" arepas. Round two I sampled the pork loin with the traditional Colombian sauce, hogado. The hogado sauce was salsa-esque and overpowering. Didn't love the pork or the arepa either. I also sampled the tenderloin arepa which was served with mozzarella and a bechamel sauce. The tenderloin was fine but the sauce didn't work for me nor did the arepa. WE finished ONE of the three mini sliders (redundant ehh).... I stand by my chorizo-dog recommendation but unfortunately can't recommend Borojo for anything else. I apologize for the premature recommendation
a must try is fat lou's a half block east of 95 on hallandale bch blvd, true chicago style food and the best italian beef and gyros around, comfort food at its best with beer wings 20 tv's and shorts and tshirt type of place
Lately we have really been enjoying Noodles & Panini on Las Olas. Also, Pancho's Backyard in Hollywood is very good for Mexican/Cuban. Very good ceviche, too.
There is a new place east of US1 on Hallandale Blvd on the north side of the street called Atlantic Prime. It is a large place, brand new and without a lot of customers. However, I have a bone-in ribeye there the other night and it was not only terrific but the prices are ridiculously low. The prices were so low for steak and lobster, etc. I was concerned but what a find. The menu is not extensive but they offer the very best and most popular dishes. Becareful though they have karaoke on Tuesday nights. They serve a good drink as well.