Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House to Add Dinner Hours Starting May 15

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Breakfast: It's what's for dinner.
At long last, fans of Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House can satiate a craving for the restaurant's signature oven pancakes and omelets at the dinner hour. Starting Tuesday, May 15, the restaurant will offer dinner hours, confirms owner Rodney Ely.

"Our customers have been requesting it for quite awhile," Ely said. The breakfast/lunch hotspot attracts a steady stream of regulars and locals, but Ely said many had commented on how the lack of evening hours prevented them from introducing the restaurant to friends and family members who couldn't make it to the spot during daily weekday (or the busy weekend) hours. 

The new dinner hours will be 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 6 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The existing daytime hours will remain: 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Ely said the dinner menu will be the same as the existing breakfast/lunch menu, but specials will be offered, and diners can add a green salad to their dinner option.

"We're going to stick with what we do," Ely said of the formula that has built for his restaurant "a tremendous, loyal crowd."

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Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House

333 Himmarshee St., Fort Lauderdale, FL

Category: Restaurant

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mrmagee
mrmagee

I take my two little kids for breakfast every weekend, and tried a bunch of local chain and non-chain options. I would much prefer to take them somewhere with high quality ingredients (virtually all the fruit and produce we buy is organic) but when I wanted to try this place I called to see if they had high-chairs they simply and rudely said no without a offering any sort of accommodating words. It says on their website 'everyone is welcome' but obviously not little kids.

peace&quiet
peace&quiet

i enjoy the fact they have no high chairs etc....many places do, it is a smaller dinning room and not everyone wants a screaming, sorry but they all do, within a few feet when i am enjoying a great atmosphere in an enjoyable setting!!

Brb
Brb

No, they don't all scream at restaurants. Obnoxious comments like that are exactly the problem with that place.

Eric Barton
Eric Barton

This is one of my favorite places in town. The steak and eggs are fantastic. Glad they're serving up now at night too. 

HungryforRespectandPancakes
HungryforRespectandPancakes

and tell you staff to stop being jerks! great pancakes, AWFUL HORRIBLE service. 

GhostOfMcLovin
GhostOfMcLovin

couldn't agree more. I work a block from there, and I'd eat there more often if the waitstaff weren't total douches

ted anthony inserra
ted anthony inserra

i personally know that they have had a change over in waitstaff, all very friendly, and polite!!

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