Monday, December 11, 2017

Wonder On The Water

Fort Lauderdale’s most idyllic waterfront seafood spot brings locals and out-of-town guests the best of casual elegance.

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]hose of us in South Florida appreciate Fort Lauderdale for its laid-back luxury, sugary-sand beaches, trendy Las Olas Boulevard, 300+ miles of sparkling waterways and small-town feel. Fresh off its first-ever Taste of Fort Lauderdale Series, which marked its official South Beach Wine and Food Festival debut this past February, our be­loved city also boasts an impressive dining scene. And in the center of its upscale eateries, seaside taverns, casual lunch spots, sexy lounges, delicious dive bars and more lies none other than 15th Street Fisheries, a casual-meets-elegant seafood spot right on shores of the Intracoastal.

Sitting next to the 17th Street Causeway bridge, in the heart of Lauderdale Marina, Fort Lauderdale’s most famous nautical landmark, 15th Street Fisheries boasts some of the best views in the city. Welcoming patrons by foot, car and (since Lauderdale Marina is still in operation) boat, this local spot combines two dining experiences in one: luxurious, white-tablecloth dining upstairs, or casual fare dockside. Led by Execu­tive Chef Ulises Mar, 15th Street Fisheries has become known across the globe for its friendly atmosphere and fresh seafood—like Florida stone crabs, red and yel­low

15th Street Fisheries, 1900 South East 15th St. Fort Lauderdale,


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