Forty's-something couple and teenage son and daughter accompanying us for a beach-focus and local sightseeing vacation.
This downtown unisex boutique holds a smartly edited collection of the current must-try labels: there's a massive stock of Juicy Couture for women (denim,... more
Fort Lauderdale's anchor mall is surprisingly upscale. There are the usual standardsdepartment stores like Dillards, Saks, and Macy's (once... more
Undoubtedly one of the city's biggest draws, the Bonnet House is a pioneer oddity among the beachside high rises. Built by two wealthy settlers, artist... more
More Alessi than O Sole Mio, this contemporary Italian restaurant is industrial chic, with raw concrete floors, bright orange and lime green furniture, and a... more
A glorious holdover from Fort Lauderdale's past, the Floridian (opened in 1937) packs in hungry diners day and nightwhether blue-haired retirees or... more
A seemingly nondescript bakery in a beachside strip mall, this spot is in fact a great, low-key find where the German owners offer favorites of their homeland.... more