Dining in South Florida

Not only are we one of the closest hotels to the Ft. Lauderdale airport and Port Everglades, we're located close to some of South Florida's finest dining. From beach front to river front, from fast food to haute cuisine, there is a restaurant for every taste and budget just minutes from the hotel. Located just 30 minutes south you'll find the excitement and international flavor of world renowned South Beach.

A meal for every taste and every budget

You don't have to travel far to find a good meal when you are a guest of the Quality Inn & Suites Airport Cruise Port South. In addition to our daily breakfast buffet you'll find our own Michael's Poolside Pub & Deli serving a variety of snacks and sandwiches as well as a complete selection of your favorite beers & cocktails.

Adjacent to the hotel, in Oakwood Shopping Plaza, and conveniently within walking distance, you'll find a variety of fast foods and some of the areas well known chains like Taco Bell, McDonald's, Sal's Pizza, Dave & Buster's, Hollywood Ale House Sports Bar & Grill, Sweet Tomatoes, Red Lobster and Friday's

Nearby fine dining include Tropical Acres Steak & Fish Restaurant, Rustic Inn Crab House, Islamorada Fish Company, DiSalvo's Italian Restaurant and the Beverly Hills Cafe to name a few.

No matter what your taste or budget you won't find a more convenient location than that offered by the Quality Inn & Suites Airport Cruise Port South. Ask our courteous front desk staff and they will gladly help you find the just the right spot for lunch or dinner.

Here are just a few more of the more well-known dining institutions located nearby.

  • Aruba Beach Café – Make your way to Fort Lauderdale beach for this open-air restaurant that serves casual American cuisine with a Floribbean flair.
  • Chuck's Steakhouse – Since it's origins as Hawaii's original steak house, Chucks has been specializing in aged, certified Black Angus beef, grilled before your eyes.
  • Charley's Crab – A favorite among locals, dine along the Intercoastal waterway and take in the views while you dine on fresh seafood.
  • Cap's Place Island Restaurant – This is Broward County's oldest restaurant and a national landmark for good food in a charming location.

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