Laurence Kidd

Welcome to a city that is famous for its spring break party scene; beaches, yachts, mansions, museums and everything in between are what you’ll find in Fort Lauderdale, Miami’s northern, laid-back sister city. Whether you’re in town to enjoy the atmosphere and delicious food in downtown Broward or your plan is to charter a fishing boat and head out into the blue, Fort Lauderdale has something for you. Here you’ll find a few places to go and things to see while you’re in this historic city.

Funky Buddha Brewery

Located in the town of Oakland Park, this microbrewery started out as an idea to turn an empty warehouse into one of Fort Lauderdale’s most iconic hangouts. What makes this place so popular is its beer — Funky Buddha is dedicated to creating new and bold flavors and is never scared to try something unexpected. Whether you get a pint of their flagship Hop Gun IPA or want to try a seasonal brew, such as the Maple Bacon Coffee Porter, you won’t be disappointed. And, did we mention the atmosphere? A warehouse is a big space to fill, and the founders of Funky Buddha went about filling it the right way with games and big-screen TVs to keep you entertained. Funky Buddha even features its own delicious food menu — be sure to come here for a taste of the true Fort Lauderdale spirit.

September 30th, 2016

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