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    Great tip, Christy! Thank you!

    I was there the other day actually. Popped in their to use the WC. There's even a little aviary!

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    Default I *really* like this one ...

    I discovered the Pirate Republic last night ... it's right on the Fort Lauderdale new river, tucked away. What an awesome spot, with plenty of dockage space if you want to get there by boat!

    I wrote more about it on my blog: sex and the beach: Trail of the Pirates: Fort Lauderdale Birthday

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    Texas de Brazil had a great view of the water! and the city and the marina!

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    Default Re: Waterfront Restaurants in South Florida

    Hi, I was going through this thread on the Forum, since one of the things I like about South Florida and Miami is Waterfront Restaurants. We are boat people so we love the restaurants were you can go on the boat. Fort Lauderdale has more waterfront restaurants than Miami. My favorites boat friendly are:

    Fort Lauderdale - All have Boat docks:

    - Blue Moon Fish Co. - 4405 West Tradewinds Avenue, Lauderdale by the Sea
    (Blue Moon Fish is a very nice restaurant for diner, the menu is incredible: $$$$$)
    - Shooters's - 3033 Northeast 32nd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    (Casual perfect for a boat day, great cocktails, on the weekend the is almost no
    place for your boat, very crowded)
    - Houston's - 821 E Atlantic Blvd, Pompano Beach, FL 33062
    (Houston's is a more Family Restaurant with great food)

    Hollywood:

    - Giorgio's - 606 North Ocean Drive, Hollywood, FL 33019
    (on the Intracoastal, family friendly and nice atmosphere)

    Miami (also available by boat):

    - Casablanca Seafood - 400 Northwest North River Drive, Miami
    (This is really one of the best seafood restaurants in Miami, everything is fresh and
    the service is incredible, is really the local restaurant with no tourist and specials
    every day of the week, try 2 for 1 lobsters on Tuesday.... atmosphere casual)
    - A used to like Big Fish in the Miami River but they closed it about a year ago.

    I anybody knows nice restaurant to go on the boat, please let me know...

    Analou Manent

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    Thanks for your input, Analou ... some of these we haven't posted on this thread.

    You can go to Monty's in South Beach and Shucker's in North Bay Village by boat. Ditto with The Water Club near Sunny Isles, off the intracoastal and Alabama Jack's down on the way to Key Largo by Card Sound Road.

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    Analou ... forgot to add! Pirate Republic Bar on the New River in Fort Lauderdale.

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