The now-overused term YOLO stands for "You Only Live Once," but you will definitely want to eat here more than once. For Fort Lauderdale's bourgeoisie, this is the place to see and be seen and to show off your hottest wheels in the driveway. For others, it's an upscale restaurant with affordable prices and a great ambience. The restaurant, renovated in 2014, serves the full gamut of new American favorites like tuna tartar, fire-roasted corn dip, Tuscan kale salad, and crispy whole yellowtail snapper. Don't miss the Szechuan calamari—flash-fried and then covered in garlic-chili sauce, chopped peanuts, and sesame seeds—or the blistered shishito peppers starter.