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Lifestyle – Game On! Where to watch Super Bowl LIV in South Florida

Don’t let the casual ambience fool you. Quarterdeck is award-winning and takes all things cuisine and libations very seriously (and with “no less than” 40 TVs, their sports bar reputation as well). Masters of sushi and spirits grace the restaurant with expert eyes, and corporate chef Kevin McCarthy is constantly tweaking and refining the restaurant’s offerings. In their decades of operations, they have served an estimated 1.5 million dolphin sandwiches (don’t worry, that’s another name for mahi) and 1 million full rack-of-rib dinners. When it comes to cocktails, don’t forget to try what Quarterdeck claims is “the best old fashioned” in South Florida.

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SFBW – Hospitality – Quarterdeck

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inWeston – Get Ready for the Superbowl in Style

 

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Christmas and New Year’s Dining Around Miami: UPDATED

Quarterdeck’s newest Fort Lauderdale location will be spruced up with holiday decorations including an indoor festive Christmas tree and an outdoor tree decorated with lights and ornaments.

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Broward Palm Beach New Times – Taste Notes: Sparrow Brunch Arrives with Fried Biscuits, Rooftop Views

ou can snag a bargain at Quarterdeck this month with its 25 Days of Christmas celebration. Every day through December 25, the local institution (with locations in Dania Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Sawgrass, Davie, and Fort Lauderdale Beach) is putting its most popular entrees on special for $15.99 (with the purchase of a drink). This week, among the specials, you can enjoy a marinated skirt steak on December 12 and a full rack of baby back ribs on the 15th.

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Patch.com – Christmas and Hanukkah 2019 Events Around Miami

Get your vocal chords ready because Carols for a Cause is happening at Quarterdeck on Dec. 11 (Fort Lauderdale location) and Dec. 18 (Davie location) at 5 p.m. Come for the food and stay for the caroling because Santa and his Christmas carolers will be there to bring the holiday spirit.

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SunSentinel – UPDATED: Which restaurants are open for Christmas Eve/Day?

ll locations will be open Christmas Eve from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. and Christmas Day from 4 p.m. until late (closing times vary, so call the restaurant you want to go to). All of the Quarterdecks are having a special involving 10 of their most popular entrées from now until Christmas (one entrée is offered each day).

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SunSentinel – Breast cancer awareness events in South Florida

For every bottle of rosé, glass of rosé, rosé flight or specialty pink cocktail purchased during the month of October, 25 percent of the sale will go to the Pink Angels Memorial Foundation. Locations in Fort Lauderdale, Dania and Davie.

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Boca Magazine – Where to Support Breast Cancer Research this October

Throughout the month of October, 25% of proceeds from pink drinks at Quarterdeck will be donated to the Pink Angels Memorial Foundation.

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Nexos – Puedo llevar a mi perrito?

 

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Boca Magazine – Where to Donate and Help the Bahamas After Hurricane Dorian

While we managed to escape the wrath of Hurricane Dorian, our friends to the south in the Bahamas weren’t so lucky. With the Category 5 storm hovering over the islands for nearly two days, communities are devastated.

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Lifestyle – Dog Friendly Destinations in South Florida

The shared patio between the new Quarterdeck and Whiskey Neat Fort Lauderdale locations is the perfect place to celebrate National Dog Day with your pup. Enjoy live music and a specialty Puppy Chow menu featuring grilled chicken with rice, bacon, sweet potato treats and an unseasoned hamburger patty.

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Broward New Times – South Florida’s Best Dog-Friendly Brunches

Quarterdeck serves a variety of offerings for dogs and dog lovers that will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. From the Puppy Chow menu, you will want to order tasty treats like grilled chicken with rice ($6), bacon ($4), sweet potato treats ($2), and an unseasoned hamburger patty ($5) for your furry friend.

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The Real Deal – Holy Mackerel! Seafood restaurant buys Fort Lauderdale property

The Flanigan family that owns the seafood restaurant Quarterdeck paid $5 million to become its own landlord.

A company managed Quarterdeck partner James Flanigan bought two buildings totaling 10,000 square feet at 1035 and 1039 Southeast 17th Street in Fort Lauderdale, according to property records. One of the buildings includes a Quarterdeck and the other is a new cocktail bar called Whiskey Neat. The property includes a courtyard that connects the two buildings.

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MIA Bites – Where in Miami to Watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

With so many games to catch before the winner is crowned, be sure to watch the matches at Quarterdeck where you won’t have to break the bank to eat (and drink) well

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Patch – Father’s Day 2019: Where to Celebrate Around South Florida

Keep it casual this Father’s Day with a visit to Quarterdeck, South Florida’s American comfort fare restaurant with an extensive sushi selection, craft cocktails and local beers in a fun, neighborhood hangout environment

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Miami.com – Which beach should you go to in South Florida? Here’s our guide for finding your spot in the sand

Despite its location near Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Dania Beach is a quiet little jewel with a fishing pier, tiki-style huts and soft sand. If you get hungry, there’s a Quarterdeck restaurant on the pier.

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SF Business & Wealth – Quarterdeck Moves

 

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SunSentinel – Burger Specials for Memorial Day and National Hamburger Month

Five locations in South Florida, including Dania Beach, Davie, Fort Lauderdale (2) and Sawgrass.

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Lifestyle Magazine – Gifts for Mom

Does Mom want to keep it casual with friends and family? Head to Quarterdeck where moms receive a free glass of rosé. Specials include the Petite Filet & Lobster Fritter ($19) along with a menu of pastas, seafood and sushi.

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Miami Food Pug – Cinco de Mayo 2019: Where to Celebrate

South Florida’s seafood staple and neighborhood bar, Quarterdeck, is serving up $3 fish or blackened chicken tacos, along with $11 Tres Agaves Margarita Shakers. No need to worry, this fiesta will be taking place all day.

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Patch – Cinco de Mayo 2019: Celebrations Around Miami

South Florida’s seafood staple and neighborhood bar, Quarterdeck, is serving up $3 fish or blackened chicken tacos, along with $11 Tres Agaves Margarita Shakers. No need to worry, this fiesta will be taking place all day.

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Thrillist – The Best Events Happening in Miami this Weekend

Say goodbye to Quarterdeck

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Sun Sentinel – Changing of the Quarterdecks

One door is closing and another soon opening for the Quarterdeck restaurant’s flagship Fort Lauderdale location. After 53 years, the weathered old bar on Cordova Road will serve its last shrimp, ribs and beers on Easter Sunday (April 21).

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Broward New Times – Quarterdeck’s Fort Lauderdale is Closing and Relocating After 53 Years

Longstanding Fort Lauderdale restaurant and bar, Quarterdeck, will close its Cordova Road location after more than 50 years in business. The longtime South Florida haunt, recognizable by its kitschy decor including 100 fishing mounts, deep sea diving pictures, and antique ship models, estimates it’s served more than 1.5 million dolphin sandwiches and one million full rib rack dinners over the years.

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Boca Magazine – Quarterdeck in Fort Lauderdale Moving After 53 Years

This Sunday, the iconic Quarterdeck bar and restaurant in Fort Lauderdale will be closing—but not for long. It’ll be closed hopefully for just two weeks as it moves down the street to a new home, and celebrations are planned this weekend to say goodbye to the building.

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Broward Palm Beach New Times – The Best National Margarita Day Drinks and Deals in South Florida

With dazzling ocean views, a rotating seafood menu, and extensive wine and craft beer options, Quarterdeck is a great casual spot to get together with friends and celebrate with margaritas.

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SunSentinel – The Best Patios in South Florida Restaurants and Bars

It’s all about the location here, at the foot of the Dania Beach Pier where — on the deck or the terrace — you can watch people fish or just zen out looking at waves crash up on the shore.

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SFL Business & Wealth – Industry Roundtable: Restuarants

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SFL Business & Wealth – Lessons from savvy business operators in a tough business

Frank Zaffere, a partner in Old School Hospitality, which includes Quarterdeck, Good Spirits and Beach Bar.

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Miami.com – Broward bucket list: All the things you need to do in Broward before you die

Experience the 24-hour-nonstop party action at Anglins Fishing Pier in Fort Lauderdale, where you can walk out on the pier for $2 or fish for $7. (You can also fish at Dania Beach Pier, 300 N. Beach Road, which is open 6 a.m.-midnight – and there’s a Quarterdeck restaurant on the pier.)

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Miami New Times – Miami Establishments Offering Freebies and Discounts to Federal Employees During the Shutdown UPDATED

The restaurant is offering a 50 percent discount on all food and beverage purchases for all federal employees during the government shutdown. This offer is valid at all five locations, including Fort Lauderdale, Davie, Plantation, and Dania Beach

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