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Oakland Park Restaurants

Angelo Elia Pizza, Wine Bar and Tapas - Oakland ParkAngelo Elia Pizza, Wine Bar and Tapas - Oakland Park
413 reviews
Italian | Oakland Park, Ft. Lauderdale - Broward County

Best Italian food. Best quality. Great menu. More

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Catfish Dewey'sCatfish Dewey's
522 reviews
Seafood | Oakland Park, Ft. Lauderdale - Broward County

Great local out of the way dinning for some of the best seafood round. Had stone crabs which were as good as Joe's at half the cost. Will return when ever in the res. More

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Tatts and TacosTatts and Tacos
35 reviews
Mexican | Oakland Park, Ft. Lauderdale - Broward County

Nice spot, drinks was little expensive More

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Caribbean | Oakland Park, Ft. Lauderdale - Broward County

Caribbean inspired food, handcrafted tropical drinks, and a vibrant island atmosphere lets you feel a million miles from home, any day of the week. Here, you can explore island flavors, discover legendary cocktails, and feel the energy of live music. Like sunshine on your face, it’s warm and welcoming. A place to gather with friends and share a tasty plate or two or five. No worries. You’ll find your favorite dishes here, but our chef delights in introducing you to tropical tastes and new recipes. And don’t we love to see his smile? Almost as much as we enjoy seeing yours. Enjoy our happy hours with specials on tropical cocktails and half-priced appetizers. You can also find great island inspired music everyday with live music most nights. More

Discover Oakland Park

Oakland Park is located in Broward County, Florida, and is known as the home of Lockhart Stadium, where the Fort Lauderdale Strikers play professional soccer. Before and after the games and youth league tournaments, you can visit one of the dozens of food trucks that features locally made hot foods. Cuban food is popular, serving specialties such as arroz con pollo, mixto and pan con lechon. There are also many small Puerto Rican restaurants featuring dishes such as carnitas-filled tacos, sopes and calabacitas con puerco. Coffee shops are a mainstay of the community, opening early in the morning and staying open through the early afternoon. Bold-flavored Cuban coffee with pastries are popular for breakfast.