Fort Lauderdale Beach Place
Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard at Castillo Street
Along Greater Fort Lauderdale’s new beachfront, for on-the-beach shopping and entertainment
is a 100,000 square foot shopping, dining and entertainment
complex, with restaurants and nightclubs.
Dining options include Max’s Beach Place and Café Iguana.
Howl at the Moon, a sing-along bar featuring dueling pianos, gets the audience going with show tunes, current hits and classic rock ’n’ roll.
Sloppy Joe’s, with live music, tropical drinks and cuisine, is a familiar name to many.
This branch of the famous Key West bar founded in 1931 continues the tribute to Hemingway, with memorabilia from the prolific author’s
Beach Place provides another festive shopping scene right across the street from the beach.