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gsvar2004
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Tell me about Miami/Fort Lauderdale traveling Mardi Gras weekend.
With the new cdc guidelines we canceled our Mexico trip and have decided to stay stateside to avoid any further COVID BS. We want somewhere warm and would prefer somthing more romantic, not really party scene. Key west is a little above our budget.

Any idea for Miami/ft lauderdale area stays?


gsvar2004
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re: Tell me about Miami/Fort Lauderdale traveling Mardi Gras weekend.
Got our flights booked to FLL. would like some opinions on where to stay. Tia


ThatMakesSense
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re: Tell me about Miami/Fort Lauderdale traveling Mardi Gras weekend.
Fort Lauderdale is easy to around. Central Beach area has nice resort hotels, they can be a bit pricey, but you’re walking distance to everything at that point. Plenty of shops/restaurants to choose from.

I’d even tell you to make a day out of Lauderdale By The Sea. Bunch of shops and restaurants there as well. Maybe a 10 minute trip North of Central Beach.

Las Olas Is a trendy area as well, bars and restaurants, doesn’t get too crazy. It’s just inland of Central Beach. Walkable really.

There’s a water taxi service as well. You can stay on it all day, it will take you to different bars and will also show you the multimillion dollars homes all over the place.

Middle River has nice stuff to do as well. Tarpon Brewery.

Tons of shite to do here. And it’s all wide open.


gsvar2004
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re: Tell me about Miami/Fort Lauderdale traveling Mardi Gras weekend.
Thanks for the reply.


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ThatMakesSense
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re: Tell me about Miami/Fort Lauderdale traveling Mardi Gras weekend.
Coconuts in Fort Lauderdale is a good place to eat. Try the Scooby Snacks. It’s on the intracoastal with good views. I like Casablanca Cafe for some breakfast in the morning. It’s on Ocean Blvd. (A1A)

Southport raw bar on SE 17th is good as well.

Drunken Taco has pretty shite food, but has every damn tequila you can imagine. It’s on the beach.


ThatMakesSense
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re: Tell me about Miami/Fort Lauderdale traveling Mardi Gras weekend.
Las Olas Blvd has a bunch of good food. All walking. Louie Bossi, El Camino( awesome margaritas) stop at Gran Forno bakery. Their fricking cookies are amazing.


ThatMakesSense
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re: Tell me about Miami/Fort Lauderdale traveling Mardi Gras weekend.
There’s an empanada place right next to El Camino. Good empanadas. Phat boy sushi is ok too.


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FenrirTheBeard
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re: Tell me about Miami/Fort Lauderdale traveling Mardi Gras weekend.
quote:

El Camino( awesome margaritas)


+1


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