There’s good news for foodies in Greater Fort Lauderdale who want more time to explore the destination’s vibrant culinary scene. By popular demand, Visit Lauderdale’s “Dine Out Lauderdale” month has been extended through September 30, 2023, giving locals and visitors ample time to enjoy exceptional culinary experiences from a choice of 100 diverse eateries.
“The response to Dine Out Lauderdale has been fantastic, so we’re very excited to extend the promotion through September,” said Stacy Ritter, Visit Lauderdale’s President and CEO. “Dine Out Lauderdale captures the amazing variety of culinary talent that has chosen to make Greater Fort Lauderdale home,” Ritter said, “and it encourages everyone to sample what’s new as well as return to the restaurants they love.”
From classes on the art of making Asian dumplings to creative pizza-making and other lessons for foodies, this year’s Dine Out program is offering a diversity of dining and cooking experiences that sets Greater Fort Lauderdale apart from other destinations.
About Greater Fort Lauderdale
With 24 miles of golden sand beaches and 300+ miles of navigable waterways, Greater Fort Lauderdale is known as the Venice of America and the Yachting Capital of the World. The area boasts an average year-round temperature of 77˚F, has 3,000+ hours of annual sunshine, and is home to 31 unique municipalities, including eight distinct beach communities, each offering something for “everyone under the sun.” Residents hailing from 170 countries, speaking 147 languages call this diverse destination home. And there’s good reason, including the area’s unwavering commitment to accessibility and inclusion. Upon arrival at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), a five-minute drive will get you to the beach, Port Everglades, the newly expanded Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center, and a bustling downtown. Experience 4,000+ eateries, a thriving arts and culture scene, craft breweries, stunning rooftop bars, fishing, diving, and the unmatched beauty of the Florida Everglades. From world-class shopping, to boating, yachts and superyachts all moored at the area’s many marinas, it’s no wonder Greater Fort Lauderdale is one of the most desirable places to stay, work and play. The destination has more than 38,000 unique lodging accommodations at a variety of hotels, luxury spa resorts, and beautifully appointed, boutique properties, all reflecting the area’s cosmopolitan vibe.
About Visit Lauderdale
Visit Lauderdale is the official destination marketing organization for Greater Fort Lauderdale and serves as the tourism department for Broward County, Florida. Visit Lauderdale promotes the area’s 31 municipalities to a global audience of leisure and business travelers as the ideal place for Everyone Under the Sun in recognition of the area’s diverse and welcoming vibe, and books conventions into the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center and area hotels and resorts. Find more information and follow @VisitLauderdale on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.