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- Cuisines: American, Fusion
Located on a popular street of bars frequented by Fort Lauderdale's young professionals, Himmarshee Bar & Grille is known for its scene and cuisine. A mezzanine bar upstairs is ideal for people-watching; outdoor tables are tight, but strategically situated in front of all the street's action. On weekend nights, in particular, it's difficult to get a table. However, if you can deal with cramming into the bar, it's worth a cocktail or two. The wine list is impressive, and the grilled chili-dusted pork chop with boniato-stuffed poblano chile, Monterey jack cheese, and creamy, spicy corn sauce is to die for. Also try the chorizo taquitos as an appetizer. Check out Side Bar, the restaurant's very ski-lodgey bar next door featuring live music and a bustling crowd of young hipsters.
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Change of Concept
Himmarshee Bar and Grill has changed it's name and it's concept. It is now called PL8 and they serve small...
- posted on 09.02.11
- by by Honestly at Menuism
- Recommended 2010