I love going to local
historical places that have seen trends and fads come and go, survived
astronomical fuel prices and shortages and yet still manage to have good
and wholesome food at reasonable prices. Stop by Fort Lauderdale’s
landmark The Floridian for a helping of iconic diner food at any
time of the day, they’re open 24/7. This Fort Lauderdale landmark has been a fixture on Las Olas Boulevard longer
Whether you are looking for pancakes and bacon after
a night of mirth and merriment or a great personally designed burger
and fries after that Tea Dance you just left, there is something for
everyone on their vast menu. Are you in the mood for an gigantic
omelet? The breakfast menu is all inclusive and they know how to
cook eggs, but our favorite is the biscuits and sausage gravy.
A southern boy’s dream come true. How about pie and coffee?
The salads are huge. Try the lasagna for dinner and tell them
Mark’s List sent you.
If the walls
could talk and you could listen to the countless conversations held
within the Floridian over the years, you would probably blush, cry,
laugh and snort, and possibly come back again and again to make some
memories of your own.
East Las Olas Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305