Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House: Selections From Dinner (Photos)

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Misha Grosvenor
O-B House has a host of dinner offerings to try.
At first it might seem counter-intuitive to have dinner at a restaurant named the Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House

But when you think of it, there are stranger sounding places in which to dine in South Florida.  Take The Office, for example. Isn't that the place you just escaped from?  Or Dada, which is a baby-talk name for a hip restaurant and lounge. 

So now that we've established that it's perfectly fine to have dinner at a place named after the most important meal of the day, let's get down to what exactly we should dine on. 

Besides the usual breakfast and lunch items, which will be served all day, O-B House is offering some heartier choices, should your heart (and stomach) desire. Here are a few selections, so you can plan your evening:

House made smoked marlin fish dip ($10)

Ted Inserra
Oven roasted mahi Provencal with Yukon gold potatoes and roasted spinach ($15).

Ted Inserra
Oven roasted mahi salad with fresh strawberries, fresh roasted corn, and house made ranch dressing.

Ted Inserra
Fresh made meatloaf with oven roasted broccoli and fresh baked corn bread.

O-B House's dinner hours are 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 6 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Daytime hours remain: 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

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Location Info

Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House

333 Himmarshee St., Fort Lauderdale, FL

Category: Restaurant

Dada Restaurant & Lounge

52 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

The Office

201 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

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I hope it taste better then it looks! Based on the photo I would not visit this place


holy cow that food looks disgusting. that meatloaf isn't a color typically found in nature. and is that the worlds biggest broccoli or a really tiny meatloaf? why did they butter soggy looking bread if it's supposed to go with a fish dip?  generally any press is good press, but this sure doesn't wet my appetite. You didn't state your opinion in the article. Is the food for dinner as gross as it looks?


"'Hose' made smoked marlin fish dip?"  Say what?

Helpful hint -- if you're basing your article on food porn photos of wonderful dishes, try to have the photos sharp and clear.  And don't take them with a smartphone with a greasy fingerprint on the lens.  And know something about 'depth of field.'  And 'focus.'

And, on another subject -- how's the search for the new food writer coming?

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