Explore Las Olas Isles, Florida with Eileen Kedersha

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The lifestyle offered is…

Fort Lauderdale, which contains Las Olas Isles, has progressed into a present day significant destination. It’s a 21st century city made up of gorgeous parks and Las Olas Boulevard for glamorous shopping and dining. But above all else, there’s water everywhere. The sought after Las Olas Isle area of Fort Lauderdale with its beautiful canals personifies the best in waterfront living. As the area is known as the “Venice of America” and the “Yachting Capital of the World,” living and recreation opportunities abound on the ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, and myriad canals.

 

The area’s greatest highlight is…

Fort Lauderdale is the boating capital of the world, home to the world’s largest boat show, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, and in close proximity to Port Everglades, which houses two of the largest cruise ships in the world.

 

The area’s best driving-distance getaways are…

Miami Beach and Palm Beach are both just a 45-minute drive.

 

The best spots to see the arts and shop are…

Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Broward Center for the Performing Arts

For the best entertainment, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts is a must-do. And for shopping, Las Olas Boulevard, Galleria Mall, and Saw Grass Mills (the largest discount mall in the U.S.) are where to go to shop ‘till you drop.

 

The best spots to dine casually are…

15th Street Fisheries

15th Street Fisheries

Europa Café, Yolo, 401 Grill, 15th Street Fisheries, Royal Pig, and Café Vico.

 

The best spots to dine fancily are…

Casa D'Angelo

Casa D’Angelo

Casa D’Angelo, Capital Grill, Lobster Bar, Grill 66 & Bar, Turlock’s Seafood and Steak House, Morton’s Steak House, and Canyon Southwest Café.

 

The best spots to grab a drink with friends are…

The Elbo Room

The Elbo Room

Blue Martini, Grill 66 & Bar, The Elbo Room, and Christopher’s.

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