Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
Market 17 aims to put itself squarely in the burgeoning farm-to-table, organic, sustainable movement, using day-boat fish, free-range chicken, grass- and corn-fed (and hormone-free) beef, and organic veggies. Chef is Daniel Ramos, formerly of Delray's Sundy House. Among his offerings will be house-smoked trout with avocado gazpacho, pickled cucumber and onion chutney, duck confit ragu with house-made pasta, braised mustard greens and preserved lemon, and brined and grilled Berkshire pork loin with black-eyed peas, onion purée, baby bok choy, and plum-pork demiglace. There's a 350-bottle, globe-trotting wine list with some 30 wines by the glass and the now-trendy mixological cocktails.
Tips from foursquare
Try the Guinea Hen Leg Confit - Crispy Hen with cheddar polenta, roasted carrots, olive and current tapenade. Wow!!! (via @Foodspotting)
Try something a bit off-the-wall with its "dine in the dark" -- a concept that many have heard about but far fewer have actually tried. Who knows? Maybe it'll spice things up a bit for date night.
Unlocked Here The New Times Best of Boward Palm Beach Badge Level 6
Sit at the bar with Alice and Kimmie, they're the best.
Everything you order here is amazing! They also offer dining in the dark;)
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Reviews and News
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Fort Lauderdale isn't as flashy as Miami nor as food-driven as Delray. And it's not as wealthy as Palm Beach. We have no trendy fried chicken... More on Market 17 »