Coconut's Bahama Grill
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
With an impressive though tidy wine/beer selection (plus sangria, champagne, and frozen mojitos), Coconut's is a charming little dockside restaurant on the Intracoastal Waterway, a jump away from the crowds on the beach. The seafood-heavy menu is slightly fancier than at your average shoreside snack shack (ceviche; peel-and-eat shrimp; pork lollpops with honey hoisin glaze), so you'll see more polo-shirted yacht captains than thong bikinis here. Sunday's got an inventive brunch from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. with tasty but out-there entrees like shrimp and grits, and salami benedict. Unlike most beach hangouts, your dog is welcome here on the waterfront deck.
Tips from foursquare
You must try the blue crab scoobies. The fish tacos are amazing as well as the macaroni and cheese
Get a table in the early evening to watch sunset over the Intracoastal. Monday or Tuesday: enjoy half-priced bottle of wine.
Stop in for the Sunday brunch and try the lobster eggs benedict. From the outside deck you just might see giant tarpon swimming by.
Dip duo and kobia fish make for a great dinner.
Fish tacos and lobster rolls for president
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