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A directory of fun things to do in sunny Fort Lauderdale
Jan 23, 2013 - Food in Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, sees a high transient population, from the tourists and boaters who drop by to sample the charms of this South Florida city. Getting around Fort Lauderdale is easy with a charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Charter Bus Fort Lauderdale. Take a charter bus and tour of some of Fort Lauderdale’s best places for eating out. Your reliable, friendly charter bus driver will be more than happy to take you and your group where you need to go in your fully equipped, stylish and comfortable charter bus.
Ever popular with locals, charter bus tourists and the yachting crowd is the Grill 66. Located at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66, this restaurant offers awesome views of Fort Lauderdale’s harbor. The menu is split into 2, with one side having traditional offerings such as steakhouse cuts of Prime beef, hefty pork and lamb chops, along with predictable à la carte sides, with the other side of the menu offering the chef’s creative daily specials, focusing on high quality though not predominantly regional seafood, plus Italian-inspired veal, pork, chicken and pasta dishes. The desserts rotate regularly, with seasonal fruits being featured. The wine list is comprehensive, and wide, but adequate description of the wines will ensure that charter bus diners will make the correct selection to complement their meal.
Not just another steakhouse, Shula’s on the Beach is a good place for the charter bus visitor to get away from the heat and pressures of the city for a while. Located directly across the street from the beach, which differentiates it from the other Shula restaurants in Florida, Shula’s on the Beach is popular with vacationers and charter bus diners looking for a unique Florida dining experience. Carts bearing cuts of meat are wheeled directly to your table, allowing you to choose your cut, and how you wish for it to be prepared. In case you are undecided, or unsure, let the friendly wait staff guide you with the menu choices, and suggest suitable side dishes and salads. Then settle back into the high backed leather chair while your meat is cooked, enjoying the fresh sea breeze and ocean views from the outdoor terrace.
At Truluck’s Seafood they pride themselves on never serving seafood that is frozen, and this is achieved by the owner of Truluck’s having his own fishing fleet. Take your charter bus down to Fort Lauderdale and dine at this upscale but affordable family owned seafood steakhouse. Freshness of the seafood is guaranteed, with 24 hours between the catch leaving the sea to being served at your table. The seafood menu changes weekly, but regional catches like black grouper, dayboat mahi mahi, or perhaps redfish are cut in-house from whole fish, to ensure freshness. There are steaks on the menu, but that isn’t why Truluck’s is such a hit with charter bus diners. Fresh seafood is the order of the day, and regulars simply won’t have it any other way.
For a great time in Fort Lauderdale, give Charter Bus Fort Lauderdale a call to find out how they can help plan your trip with their fleet of charter buses and friendly, personalized service.