Las Olas Restaurants

Here are just a few Las Olas restaurants where you might consider taking your family for a tasty meal or a treat.

There are a lot of very good restaurants on Las Olas. Many of them can prove to be heavy on the budget, but there are a few that serve good food and are inexpensive to moderately priced.

At’s-A-Pizza – New York-style pizza is very popular in South Florida, probably because a lot of present-day Floridians also have roots and family ties in the Northeastern part of the United States. At’s-A-Pizza serves good old-fashioned pizza and filling Italian food at mostly inexpensive prices. 954-523-1313

Sushi Rock Café – Moderate to expensive. Who can resist creations named Fugee or Beastie Boys? How about a sushi roll called the Rolling Stone or Elvis? Ready for a Red Hot Chili Peppers roll? Along with these rock stars, the extensive menu also includes standard rolls, rice and noodles. The restaurant is tiny and plays very loud rock music, what else? 954-462-5541

The Floridian Diner – is one of the landmark Las Olas restaurants. Eating here is almost like having a taste of Fort Lauderdale history. The unpretentious and down-to-earth diner has been serving locals and visitors breakfast, lunch and dinner for over 60 years so it must have a magic recipe for longevity as well as good ol’ American food. Open 24 hours. Inexpensive to moderate. 954-463-4041

Mango’s – If you’re looking for something trendier and yet feel comfortable taking the kids and grandparents along at the same time, have lunch or an early dinner at Mango’s. Their signature seafood salad is superb and in my mind, they have the best hamburger in town. The restaurant has outside tables where you can sit when the weather’s real nice and warm but not so humid. They have different live band playing almost every night playing jazz, pop, rock hits plus original music. Moderate to expensive. 954-523-5001

La Bonne Crêpe – Ooh-la-la. You’re not in Paris but order a crêpe with gruyère cheese, ham and spinach or a croque monsieur and you’re almost there. The awnings and bistro chairs and tables outside give it that European café look. Sit inside if you want a cheerful but air-conditioned atmosphere. A perfect place for a large breakfast or brunch à la française, but lunch and dinner is also divine. Moderate to expensive. 954-761-1515

Kilwin’s Ice Cream Parlor – serves up cold, creamy scoops of heaven on a cone with sprinkles and gummy bears if you want. They also sell to-die-for homemade chocolates and candies. One of the best sweet treat shops in town. For ice-cream and treats it’s more on the moderate even expensively priced but oh, it’s so worth it! 954- 523-8338

Chima Brazilian Steakhouse – Upscale and quite expensive, this is probably one of the best Brazilian steakhouses in Fort Lauderdale. Best for meat lovers. One of the top Las Olas restaurants, it is located away from the busier main part of the boulevard towards the beach, before the Las Olas bridge. Large shady trees strung with white lights welcome and draw you into the elegant but lively space inside. Priced at about $40 per person without drinks, however it runs on an all-you-can-eat structure. The charming gauchos are ever attentive at making sure you are constantly served one of the 16 rotisserie meats (until you turn your token signaling for them to stop!) The salad bar alone is most impressive and exceptional. Make sure you call for reservations. Dinner only. 954-712-0580

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