Sunday, February 3, 2013

Chart House: Waterside dining in Fort Lauderdale

Chart House
3000 NE 32 Ave.
Fort Lauderdale,
954-561-4800
Lunch, dinner

By Jane Feehan

Owned by Landry’s, Chart House sits at one of the best waterside locations left along the Fort Lauderdale Intracoastal. Chart House was once the site of Harrison's, a popular restaurant and lounge in the 60s and 70s - two decades during which a number of top-notch dining spots overlooked the Intracoastal.

This seafood-centric eatery, bedecked appropriately in shades of ocean blues, is consistent in quality if not a gourmet delight. Who cares in this beautiful setting with yachts meandering by?  A few interesting items are worth a try such as fried asparagus. This panko-coated dish, served with mild cheddar cheese sauce and tomatoes makes a great appetizer. Fish is fresh, delivered daily, appointing the Chart House a worthy stop for seafood lovers. A Happy Hour menu with items under $10 – fish tacos, sliders nachos and more – is available Monday-Saturday, 4-8 p.m. and all day Sunday (bar and lounge area only).
For other waterside restaurants, see:
http://janesbits.blogspot.com/2012/08/waterside-dining-in-fort-lauderdale.html





Tags: waterfront dining in Fort Lauderdale, seafood restaurants Fort Lauderdale, restaurants along the Intracoastal in Fort Lauderdale.


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