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620 East Las Olas Blvd Fort Lauderdale
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There is something so inviting about sidewalk dining, especially in a climate and environment like Fort Lauderdale. Las Olas Boulevard runs east and west through the heart of this city that has been dubbed the Venice of America. With all of the canals criss crossing the streets, not only do you get to browse through shops and restaurants of all types, but you also get to watch everything from kayaks to yachts floating past.

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Tags: florida; lauderdale; fort; olas; shops; hotel; restaurant; warm
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