Located along A1A in the heart of Fort Lauderdale's hotel row, Casablanca Cafe offers alfresco and indoor dining with a fabulous ocean view. The historic two-story Moroccan-style villa was built in the 1920s by local architect Francis Abreu. The menu at this piano bar and restaurant showcases a global potpourri of American, Mediterranean, and Asian flavors; however, the recommended "house favorites" focus on eclectic preparations of Florida fish. The food isn't particularly
delicious, but the location and ambience are excellent. Prepare for long waits to eat in the outdoor section; it's wildly popular morning, noon, and night with tourists and locals alike.