A small, heavenly slice of the Greek Isles has floated ashore between Fort Lauderdale's beach and the Intracoastal Waterway. Upon entering the Taverna, you'll immediately think Greek chic, with the whitewashed walls, blue trim, streaming images of Greece on the walls, and the easy-on-the-eyes crowd. Plan on eating family style. Start with a variety of pikilia (Greek spreads), which include spicy whipped feta, divine tzatziki (a garlicky yogurt-cucumber dip), and melt-in-your-mouth taramosalata (whitefish caviar). Then move onto the mezedes (hot shared plates) that include shrimp Saganaki (fried with tomatoes, olives, and feta), stuffed grape leaves, and the oh-so-tender fire-grilled octopus. Finally, expand your waistline with a main course, including specialties like the traditional moussaka (souffle of ground lamb and eggplant).