Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
1900 South Federal Highway
Stuart, FL 34994
Phone: (772) 286-1010
Fax: (772) 286-6488
1900 South Federal Highway, Stuart, FL, US, 34994
- Phone: (772) 286-1010
- Fax: (772) 286-6488
Bars & Cafes
The atmosphere is the thing here. Gorgeous ocean views and the elegant, comfortable decor make the dining experience enjoyable from the moment you walk in. The food is also some of the best in the area. The menu features local seafood, prime beef, tender veal and quite an assortment of pasta dishes. A la carte pricing runs from USD15-USD32, depending on the choice of entree. The restaurant also offers early bird specials (USD15.95-USD18.95) and a prix-fixe menu for two (USD59.95 including a bottle of wine). Call to find out when the specials are offered. It also serves a great Sunday brunch.
Plunked down alongside the Intracoastal Waterway, this casual cafe at the edge of a hotel has ongoing entertainment provided by giant yachts and tiny runabouts scooting by on their way to somewhere. So casual is this spot, in fact, that folks wander in wearing swimsuits and lacy cover-ups and they fit right in. The restaurant often features swimwear fashion shows. Live entertainment is often on the bill as well at this entertaining spot that serves food as casual as the crowd: chicken wings, burgers, a raw bar and frozen drinks. If you can come up with a boat or hail a water taxi willing to take a bit of a trip, you can arrive here by boat and tie up at the café's dock.
The Ocean Grill Restaurant, located inside the Beachcomber Hotel, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The restaurant's contemporary American cuisine includes salads, fresh seafood and steak, chicken, lamb and veal entrees. There is also a full-service bar and an extensive wine list. The restaurant overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and the Beachcomber's landscaped courtyards. An oceanside patio bar adds to the ambiance. Because of the restaurant's location, resort casual dress is encouraged. So come along to enjoy this refreshing change!
Good food at great prices is always a winning combination, and when you toss in a pub lined with glittering stained glass, you've got a winner. You'll find all of that, and a group of diners and pubbers enjoying it all, at this pleasantly decorated spot. Decked out in lots of stained glass, along with paintings and plants, this pub is up scale, as pubs go, but nevertheless offers some good food at bargain prices. Big burgers and fat sandwiches are abetted by a satisfying selection of beer, with a special offering of eight drafts.
Thai cuisine is very popular in South Florida and good cooking has garnered this 10-year-old restaurant, a top ranking amidst the city's numerous Thai kitchens. You'll find a variety of red, green and other curries, plus pad Thai and Penang curry options, as well as seafood selections with appropriately Thai touches. Check the menu for daily specials to savor some of the best preparations. A pleasantly cozy dining room offers a romantic setting to feast on exotic flavors.
In any season you'll find a crowd, drawn by an excellent salad bar, good steaks, chops and seafood, and a pleasantly diverting atmosphere packed with antique memorabilia and plants. Service is pleasant and steaks are perfectly cooked and they know what "Pittsburgh" (charred on the outside, cool inside) is, the ultimate test of a real steakhouse. Many swear by the sliced sirloin or a steak kabob made with tender filet and fresh vegetables, while others love the seafood options.
A Fort Lauderdale landmark, the Mai-Kai restaurant offers great food and authentic Polynesian entertainment. Its thatched roof and carved totems are set against a backdrop of fiery torches and waterfalls. Inside, décor includes giant palm-frond fans, massive carvings and high-backed wicker chairs. It has won many awards for excellent cuisine, decor and entertainment. Traditional Chinese ovens create some of the best roast pork in the state and the Crab Rangoon is delicious. Their service is excellent, and the cocktails offered are from original Donn Beach recipes and served in coconuts and pineapples.
Located on a side street alongside railroad tracks in the small town of Oakland Park, this restaurant's fame is known throughout the county. Its menu changes daily; you'll rarely see the same thing two days in a row. Excellent cooks in the kitchen, friendly service in the restaurant and outstanding cooking combine to make By Word of Mouth so popular that reservations are vital. The menu offers items such as chopped, sun-dried tomatoes, layered with pesto and marscapone cheese, barbecued duck and osso buco. Beer and wine are also available.
This place likes to call itself a neighbourhood bar, but its neighbourhood seems to cover most of the city; nearly everyone in Fort Lauderdale eventually stops in to this Intracoastal Waterway spot. A surprisingly well-rounded menu for a bar, it offers salads, wings and a variety of sandwiches. To wash it all down, choose from more than 50 beers on tap. The décor is casual with the latest sports on 18 televisions, pool tables and a darts room rounds out its credentials as a real sports bar. There is valet docking for boaters.
Next door to a now famous bakery of the same name, the same Quebec family opened a tiny cafe that offers a few tables for dining on such treats as a Bechamel croissant stuffed with ham or spinach and mushrooms with a Swiss cheese sauce and topped with grated cheese. Even a hot dog's different here. They're wrapped in flaky pastry dough and served with tangy French mustard. They'll make whatever you want from a deli that stocks pate, prosciutto, roast beef, tuna salad, ham, turkey and imported cheeses. Quiches are on the menu in various varieties, and a pizza on French bread dough with fresh tomatoes and mushrooms atop it tempts many.
This upbeat Mexican and American dinner-only restaurant is noted for its 46-ounce margaritas and tasty appetizers. Family-owned and operated, La Cantina Mexican-American Cafe offers quality Mexican and American food in a comfortable, friendly setting. A Mariachi band plays on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. Besides traditional Mexican fare such as burritos, enchiladas, and tostadas, a few signature items are offered, such as flame-broiled ribs and fresh fish platters. Plan on stopping by this restaurant when you are in the mood for some hearty Mexican-American comfort food.
A lovely old house was preserved and reworked to become this cozy restaurant so prettily lighted that it's often featured in the region's promotional pieces. The culinary fare offered here is a contemporary take on American cuisine. It's not so much what you eat, however, as the ambiance in which you eat it. Here that means candlelight, views of the ocean lapping on the beach across the street, a kind of Morocco-meets-Mediterranean-meets-tropical atmosphere that somehow works.