2899 N. Federal Hwy.
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Phone: (561) 395-7172
Fax: (561) 750-7351
The atmosphere is the thing here. Gorgeous ocean views and the elegant, comfortable decor make the dining experience enjoyable from the moment you walk in. The food is also some of the best in the area. The menu features local seafood, prime beef, tender veal and quite an assortment of pasta dishes. A la carte pricing runs from USD15-USD32, depending on the choice of entree. The restaurant also offers early bird specials (USD15.95-USD18.95) and a prix-fixe menu for two (USD59.95 including a bottle of wine). Call to find out when the specials are offered. It also serves a great Sunday brunch.
Right across the street from the beach, bustling Boston's always has patrons enjoying the ocean breeze on the terrace. Come here for breakfast after watching the sunrise. The upper deck of Boston's is a dining room, where one can order dishes like fresh the New England clambake feast, lobster, tuna, salads and pasta dishes. The lower level of the restaurant is a bar and lounge, very popular with the locals. At night, area bands often play and customers mingle at this Bean town-style beachfront bar.
Widely known as a huge and upmarket club in the city, the Orbit Nightclub caters to most types of music, live music, DJ's and plenty more that gives visitors an all-round treat. It boasts of several theme nights, ladies night on Wednesdays to techno nights on Fridays. It has a bar that offers unlimited supply of alcohol. Dance to classic and contemporary tunes and get high-spirited at this popular nightclub. Call ahead for more details.
This club is one cool place to be in. When you come to Club Freez you can be sure that 'the rhythm is going to get you'. The music is just awesome, and sets the tone for a lovely night out on the town. Club Freez is the venue for Clubo do Samba for all the Samba lovers out there.
Located directly on the beach with a great view of sand, surf and sunbathers, Aruba Beach Cafe is the perfect place if you are searching for a casual and friendly place to dine. Food specialties include salads, sandwiches and seafood platters. Anything spiced with the restaurant's Jamaican jerk seasoning is bound to be tasty. The decor is nautical and relaxed. And it becomes even more so, when there is soothing live music around. Stay at the restaurant after your dinner and have fun "Dancing-by-the-Sea". The restaurant is crowded, but with good food, live music and dancing, you'll understand why.
Its small size doesn't deter Fort Lauderdale's party animals from flocking to Kaos Ultra Lounge, where the drinks are great and the ambiance even better. Not only does this nightclub and lounge not charge any cover, but also offers entertainment every night of the week. Aside from the neon-light-illuminated dancefloor, Kaos Ultra Lounge also features a separate seating area where patrons can relax and enjoy the reasonably-priced drinks.
A Fort Lauderdale landmark, the Mai-Kai restaurant offers great food and authentic Polynesian entertainment. Its thatched roof and carved totems are set against a backdrop of fiery torches and waterfalls. Inside, décor includes giant palm-frond fans, massive carvings and high-backed wicker chairs. It has won many awards for excellent cuisine, decor and entertainment. Traditional Chinese ovens create some of the best roast pork in the state and the Crab Rangoon is delicious. Their service is excellent, and the cocktails offered are from original Donn Beach recipes and served in coconuts and pineapples.
At this all-you-can-eat spot, steak, pork, chicken, sausage and a host of other options are grilled on a Brazilian grill and served on skewers, along with plantains, yuca and other Brazilian specialties. A Las Vegas style cabaret-style show takes place on Saturday and Sunday nights. Magic shows, an Elvis impersonator and mystery dinner theater are on Thursday and Friday nights. It ends most evenings with dancing and a conga line.
With most of the restaurant focused on open air dockside dining, Shooter's is a popular hot spot that offers both great food and ambience. Dine on such options as seafood, prime meats, sandwiches, salads, chicken, pasta and pizza, along with frosty frozen margaritas, strawberry daiquiris and similarly entertaining concoctions. There is also a martini bar and a cigar bar. On Sundays, a lavish brunch is served. You can pull right up to the dock, if you are arriving by boat or water taxi. Live entertainment and dinner show begin at 9:30p. Casual dress is appropriate.
Rock fans rejoice, the Metal Factory on East Oakland Boulevard, in Fort Lauderdale has some great stuff for you. Events like Moi-Z Fest take place often and serve up tonnes of local talent and some great rock music. For a rocking evening that will blow your mind, head to the Factory and see rock legends in the making.
Hot Chocolates shares space with a very happening nightclub, making it perfect for people who like to be in the center of the action. A constant stream of club goers keeps things interesting for diners, as they enjoy the restaurant's global fusion cuisine. The club atmosphere spills over into the restaurant, so expect a hip evening out. The menu includes a fabulous Portobello Mushroom appetizer. Try one of the steaks or for something a little lighter, the grilled tuna. Stir-fries are also excellent.
The Manor is a bi-level entertainment complex which caters mostly to the gay community, though others are welcome as well. Comprising of a nightclub and ultra lounge with outdoor patios, this massive venue is equipped with a high-end sound and lighting system. The dimly lit establishment is full of crystal chandeliers, modern decor and eclectic lights. The Manor is popular for its well established DJs, live nights, dance parties and runway shows.