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Twinkling lights set the stage each evening for South Florida’s most architecturally unique, authentic, and eclectic shopping and dining district. Stroll the boulevard, duck in and out of our cool breezeways, and be delighted by what you’ll discover...more
All reviews art galleries window shopping rodeo drive great street people watching cheesecake factory shops and restaurants riverside hotel nice walk great place to walk night life mango walk around water taxi stroll boutique olas
For some reason The City have allowed roadworks and building works to reduce access to Las Olas Blvd from the beach area. Poor supervision and dreadful practices from the construction workers make this too dangerous to attempt. I use US1 and go the long but...More
We enjoyed walking up and down Las Olas Blvd., it's a pretty but expensive area with expensive shops, restaurants,antique stores & nearby hotels. We didn't go into any of the shops just walked, we looked and moved on to our next tourist attractions .
I was directed by my GPS to go thru there on my way to the Ritz Carlton it is probably the place to go for lunch, dinner and entertainment. Is like South Beach but in Ft Lauderdale there is a bit of construction so if...More
We read a lot of great comments on Los Olas Boulevard. We went at lunch time and other than the construction crews it was quite quiet. There are some good restaurants but I wouldn't bother coming here other than to eat. There wasn't much in...More
You can enjoy las olas with family, friends a significant other, first date, I can go on and on..Food, drinks, casual to fine dining, walking distance to shopping, beaches, desserts, bars, lounges clubs..all in thos small quaint area gives you a mini new Orleans vibe...More