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Good food in Fort Lauderdale?


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DH and I have a few places that we go to for a decent meal... but I'm getting tired of them, and most of the time when we try some place new it turns out to be another disappointing chain-style meal. Ick. I'm desperate for real food! Sadly we can't afford the high-end places where I'd expect to get something memorable, so I'm looking for middling-to-lowcost... cheap and cheerful is the way to go. Anyone got any suggestions? DH is deathly allergic to seafood, so Thai/seafood places are OUT but we're open to anything else... (DH is very set in his ways, but funnily enough, whenever I manage to persuade DH to stretch his culinary horizons and try something different, he loves the food!)

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DH and I have a few places that we go to for a decent meal... but I'm getting tired of them, and most of the time when we try some place new it turns out to be another disappointing chain-style meal. Ick. I'm desperate for real food! Sadly we can't afford the high-end places where I'd expect to get something memorable, so I'm looking for middling-to-lowcost... cheap and cheerful is the way to go. Anyone got any suggestions? DH is deathly allergic to seafood, so Thai/seafood places are OUT but we're open to anything else... (DH is very set in his ways, but funnily enough, whenever I manage to persuade DH to stretch his culinary horizons and try something different, he loves the food!)

Some friends of mine have raved about a French restaurant called Sage. It is modestly priced and quite good, according to them. It is BYOB - used to be no corkage, but now I think it's $10 a bottle now. And there is supposedly a wine shop adjacent to the restaurant. My husband and I have been meaning to try it with them one day, but haven't had a chance yet.

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DH and I have a few places that we go to for a decent meal... but I'm getting tired of them, and most of the time when we try some place new it turns out to be another disappointing chain-style meal. Ick. I'm desperate for real food! Sadly we can't afford the high-end places where I'd expect to get something memorable, so I'm looking for middling-to-lowcost... cheap and cheerful is the way to go. Anyone got any suggestions? DH is deathly allergic to seafood, so Thai/seafood places are OUT but we're open to anything else... (DH is very set in his ways, but funnily enough, whenever I manage to persuade DH to stretch his culinary horizons and try something different, he loves the food!)

Some friends of mine have raved about a French restaurant called Sage. It is modestly priced and quite good, according to them. It is BYOB - used to be no corkage, but now I think it's $10 a bottle now. And there is supposedly a wine shop adjacent to the restaurant. My husband and I have been meaning to try it with them one day, but haven't had a chance yet.

I think we've driven past there... I'll put it on the list to try.

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