East Las Olas Boulevard
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Las Olas Food Tours is a walking Food Tour that encompasses stories and history about one of the most popular and beautiful area in Fort Lauderdale. It is designed for all ages to enjoy whether you are a visitor wanting to explore and taste what this area has to offer, a corporation looking for a T
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Beautiful upbeat neighborhood filled with numerous bars, restaurants and boutiques. 1.5 mi
Stroll on Las Olas day or night to experience the atmosphere of Fort Lauderdale. From quirky shops to upscale boutiques, restaurants, and nightlife, Las Olas has something for everyone. You'll find some of my favorite restaurants here, El Camino, Louie Bossi's and Big City Tavern, or for a…
Beautiful Boulevard on the water with restaurants, shopping and for exploring and sightseeing .
Probably the most popular street in Fort Lauderdale. Known as the shoppers' paradise. Where else can you find such a wide variety of quality stores? And the ambiance of the boulevard makes shopping even more of a pleasure. Have a leisurely brunch at a sidewalk café, browse and shop at fabulous…
Stroll, people watch, sip a latte at an outdoor cafe or shop the chic boutiques along Las Olas Boulevard, a sophisticated mile of fashion, art and sidewalk cafes.
Enjoy the night out with entertainment, restaurants, bars, fashion boutiques, sidewalk cafes and art galleries...
Urban vibe with a small strip of restaurants, bars, and the frequent live talent performing for your entertainment. Great night spot.
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