My best friend and I were in Ft. Lauderdale in April, 2009, to see my granddaughter swim in the YMCA National Championships. While having breakfast one morning, we asked our server to recommend a good seafood restaurant, and she told us Catfish Deweys was the best. Boy, was she right! The food was awsome (baskets of hushpuppies), and the service was outstanding. It's not a fancy place, but has a real down-home feeling. We even sat and talked to a table of women next to us. We'll be heading south again next April, and we will make it a point to go back (probably more than one time). I'd recommend to anyone who enjoys seafood, plus they have steaks and ribs, too.
I have dined at Cero numerous times. From the Valet to the hostess, the Sommilier - waiters - management - AWESOME! \r \r Out of the 15-18 times…
Landlubbers has the best chicken wings around. The atmosphere is a little old and dingy...but the wings are great. The place could use a really good dusting. The sodas are just right...just the right mixture of syrup and soda water. The employees/wait servers are really great too. The clam chowder is gross..so do not order it. The waffles fries are also terrific...order the cheese for them. They also have a great shredded pork sandwich. Great Corn fritters. Other than that I cannot or will not say. JUST TRY THE WINGS.,..PLEASE.
Great location. Could do with a lick of paint in some places but overall this is a great restaurant. We usually take our friends from up north here when they fly down to visit. The fish dip appetizer is amazing. (especially with a dash of Tabasco). For a waterfront restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, the prices are reasonable. Would recommend. You can always just pop in for a drink and see what you think before dining.