Constructed from Dade County pine, grand Stranahan House is a fine example of Florida vernacular design, and one of the state's oldest...
Hop aboard this replica 19th-century riverboat for a narrated 90-minute 'lifestyles of the rich and famous' tour of the ginormous...
Explore the 'Venice of America' with a romantic ride in an original Venetian gondola, accompanied by Italian music. The tour lasts...
Golden Lyon Bar
This mellow alternative has a cabaret-piano bar scene and swank cocktails.
This delightfully old-school Milanese-style bakery and cafe is the best lunch spot in downtown Fort Lauderdale: warm crusty pastries,...
625 E Las Olas Blvd · interesting places nearby
Johnny V's information
Despite the vaguely mafioso-sounding name (it's actually named after the chef, Johnny Vinczencz), this perennially popular bistro is Nouvelle American all the way – modern brick-and-slate dining room, menu full of witty takes on regional classics (wild-mushroom 'pancakes' with balsamic 'syrup,' braised short ribs with haute onion rings). The late-afternoon happy hour is a daily event among well-heeled Fort Lauderdale-ites.