Chart House-Fort Lauderdale 


Dining with a glorious view – and 300 feet of dock space -- is the big attraction at Chart House, in the former home of Charley’s Crab, remodeled by parent Landry’s Restaurants. The menu is dominated by fish and seafood with a handful of landlubber choices. The food and wine are pretty pricey, but stop by happy hour for drink and appetizer deals. Highlights include the mussels, fried calamari, surf &turf (with short ribs and scallops or mahi-mahi) and the eggs Benedict Maryland (with crab cake) for Sunday morning breakfast.

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  • Yes
  • American
  • Yes
  • Both
  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Hushed
  • Yes

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