Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis has announced the closure of all city restaurants for the next 30 days (March 16, 2020 thru April 16, 2020) over coronavirus concerns. Mayor Trantalis said the measure will not affect pick-up, drive-through, and delivery services.
Las Olas Boulevard fully supports the decisions of Mayor Dean Trantalis concerning the health and safety of our visitors and community. We are currently working on a new date for upcoming events. We wish to thank our city officials & the community for their ongoing support.
Las Olas Boulevard in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, Florida is at the forefront of everything from fashion boutiques and art galleries, to memorable restaurants, sidewalk cafes and bars… set the stage each evening for South Florida’s most architecturally unique, authentic, and eclectic shopping and dining district.
Stroll the boulevard, duck in and out of our cool breezeways, and be delighted by what you discover. Las Olas Boulevard stretches from the beach at A1A, immaculately lined with palm trees and beautiful people, rising over the fabulous Intracoastal Waterway with magnificent views of million dollar homes and spectacular yachts.
Las Olas Boulevard - The "Best" of Fort Lauderdale
Since the early 1900’s, when Las Olas (Spanish for “the waves”) was just a dirt road that led to the beach, Las Olas has always been the heart and soul of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Las Olas Boulevard not only provides a primary connection to the beach, but over the years has become a dining and shopping hub for locals and visitors.
Today, the Boulevard is a “must visit destination” with over three dozen bistros, clubs and restaurants, most with indoor and outdoor dining, making Las Olas a food lovers paradise. More than 120 specialty retail shops, world class art galleries, museums, beauty salons, spas, jewelry stores, unique boutiques, international banking, pharmacy, postal services and much more. EAT, SHOP and ENJOY