Café Martorano is celebrating 20 years in Fort Lauderdale with a new menu, revamped look and cocktail service. Sip, sup and rock out with owner Steve Martorano, billed as the “Godfather of Italian-American cooking.” Feast on old favorites like the south Philly meatball (pictured), Joe Martorano’s Pigs Feet and Skin and chicken on the bone or new classics like stuffed hot peppers, pappardelle with duck bolognese and NY steak pizzaiola. Wash it all down with a Yo Cuz! martini (Grey Goose with fresh Mozzarella and a cherry tomato) or the Gentle Don (Amaretto Disaronno, Frangelico, Kahlua and half-and-half). 3343 E. Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale; 954-561-2554
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