the nobleton list is meant to help our guests that are new to the area explore ft. lauderdale like a local. we compiled this list based on places we actually visited, so no copy and paste jobs here!
thai chefs in the kitchen making awesome authentic flavors of Thailand
Outdoor entertainment complex. Bars & restaurants galore!
besides the airboat, you get to drive in a monster truck like buggy through their safari park.
new sports bar with too many TV’s to count that even serves sushi and salads. Your partner will approve.
historic garden and house within walking distance.
upscale burger joint at a good price point.
Good food, romantic, right next door
grandma’s cooking Mexican food in the back, amazing!
great seafood. Have the Lobster roll.
Best French bakery in Ft. Lauderdale
get some basic supply. Located in Beach Place.
great mix of land and sea touring. Pick up in front of Beach place.
off 2nd street. Tons of bars and clubs, 21-30 year old crowd.
hands down the freshest and best seafood in Ft. Lauderdale
bars, restaurants and lounges right next to each other.
closest mall to snooze. Gets the job done in a pinch.
Italian bakery with fantastic bread.
couple of nice bars to hang out at….not as cool as Ft. Lauderdale.
best comfort food at a great price – family owned like us!
huge pools for swimmers of all ages and experience levels.
best ice cream parlour in town
food is good, the garden area is great, it will make you will forget that you are in Fort Lauderdale.
great modern pizza joint.
easy trip to make in a day
not moma, but can have decent exhibit now and again.
take the kids, it’s worth it
needs better service but it’s the best breakfast place in Ft. Lauderdale.
this place is a dive but it’s cheap and the food is great. Get the Pittsburger and a beer!
our closest grocery store
to die for table-side Guacamole and a tequila bar that rivals most.
great sports bar with variety of beers on tap
tapas and sushi, great all around place if you are not sure what you want
biggest outlet mall in the country…don’t go broke.
need we say more.
hey, that’s us!
Rise and shine, its right next to us
Best steak in Ft. Lauderdale but prepare to pay for it plus they have a jellyfish tank – not to eat of course.
hail down a hop on hop off trolley. Just $2 for the whole day.
huge outdoor flea market
another quirky divey type place. Food is great but teeters on too expensive.
Best Greek in Ft. Lauderdale. Fresh, modern and tasty!
need we say more?
the bar of bars on Ft. Lauderdale beach. A spring break institution established in 1939.
corned beef hash that will blow your mind
club lounge, 25-35 year old crowd
see Ft. Lauderdale’s waterways and get dropped off downtown. Pick up at Cortez St.