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Broward's "Miami Spice": Dine Out Lauderdale 2013

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I thought this was called "savor Ft. Lauderdale" and they attempted "fork lauderdale" but whatever you want to call it, it starts in 2 weeks. The steakhouses (Capital Grille, Ruth's, Steak 954), Johnny V, and Cafe Maxx look like the top tables. Details:

october 1-november 7, 2013
Enjoy the best of Greater "Fork" Lauderdale, when 37 restaurants offer specially-created, three-course menus at a $35 fixed price.

PARTICIPANTS:

FORT LAUDERDALE
Amatsu Sushi & Sake at the Westin Beach Resort & Spa, Fort Lauderdale
The Capital Grille
Chima Brazilian Steakhouse
Coco Asian Bistro & Bar
da Campo Osteria at il Lugano
Dapur, Asian Tapas & Lounge
Dos Caminos at the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel
15th Street Fisheries
Grille 66 & Bar Restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six
Indigo Restaurant at the Riverside Hotel
Johnny V
Mai-Kai Restaurant and Show
The Melting Pot, Fort Lauderdale
Morton's The Steakhouse
Ocean 2000 at the Pelican Grand
Royal Pig Pub & Kitchen
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
SAIA at B Ocean Fort Lauderdale
Sea Level at Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Seasons 52
Shula's on the Beach at the Westin Beach Resort & Spa, Fort Lauderdale
Spazio
Steak 954 at the W Fort Lauderdale
Sunfish Grill
Thasos Greek Taverna
3030 Ocean at the Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Via Luna at The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale
Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille at the Riverside Hotel

HOLLYWOOD
Bongos Cuban Cafe
Rivals at The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa

LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA
Blue Moon Fish Co.
SEA

LIGHTHOUSE POINT
Le Bistro

POMPANO BEACH
Cafe Maxx
McCoy's Restaurant at the Pompano Beach Marriott

WILTON MANORS
Tee Jay Thai Sushi

WESTON
Ireland's Steakhouse at the Bonaventure Resort & Spa

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  1. I did Cafe Maxx last year and it was boring. Everything was under seasoned and I found myself adding salt.

    Last night I did the Flavor Palm Beach menu at Capital Grille which is the same as Dine Out Lauderdale for Broward. It was amazing and a great deal. Highly recommend it.

    1. More details and menus now online:
      http://www.sunny.org/dineout/

      [not a very well-publicized promotion or easy to find].

      1. Johnny V's was $35 very well spent - so much food, and such great flavors. Only after being there did I realize how few places really concentrate on tropical influences (conch, calamari, mango, snapper, mahi, rock shrimp...). I regretted not going there for 2 years.

        Double bonus if you come during happy hour 5-7pm for a cocktail before the meal (especially since so many of the wines are pricey - but even the cheapest $45 bottle beats the $35 corkage fee). Like the meal, there was lots of local influence reflected in the drinks (and lots of gin - *hic*).