Da Campo Osteria
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
- Mon-Fri 7am-10pm, Sat-Sun 8am-10pm
- All Major Credit Cards, cash
- Lot Available, Meters
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
Todd English: He's the sort of celebrity chef who makes women swoon and men curl their upper lip in jealousy. It's not enough that he's dashing, sophisticated, and has his face plastered literally everywhere, from glossy mag covers to Bravo's Top Chef; he's also built an empire out of an absurd number of restaurants in locales such as New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and now… Fort Lauderdale? A rustic, Northern-Italian entry into that fleet, da Campo simplifies the offerings of his flagship Figs and turns them into something more ingredient-centric. That means fresh mozzarella pulled tableside; platters of salumi; a host of pasta dishes ranging from comforting spaghetti and meatball to linguine vongole; and some pricey second is like a Tuscan rib eye that cracks $45. Though it sits on the Intracoastal in the il Lugano Hotel, there's no outdoor seating, and the dining room feels cramped.
Tips from foursquare
Must order the freshly-made, tableside mozzarella. The best not to be missed appetizer!
Hand pulled mozzerella...doesn't get any fresher than this
The homemade mozzarella and warm figs are culinary genius!
Hand pulled, tableside, Mozzarella and Charcuterie a must. Service was unimpressive as were the meatballs (very tender, but flavorless). Would go back just for the view and Mozzz
order the beet salad
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