Himmarshee Public House, an Upscale "Sports Lounge," Opens This Week in Fort Lauderdale

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Doug Fairall
Succulent candied bacon: Duroc pork belly, candied pecans, bourbon maple syrup.
The bacon and corn fritters ($8) are a dish that is sure to be a hit during games: a finger food worthy of its decadence. Just make sure you dip them in the bacon aioli or you'll miss out on a lot of the unique flavors. In addition to corn fritters, the buffalo blue-cheese dip ($9) is probably one of the most approachable small plates available, made with pulled chicken, a mix of Stilton blue cheese and Colby-Jack and served with wonderfully light and crisp homemade potato chips.

Hoping for the best on the lobster nachos ($14), I was struck by the high acidity of habanero-mango salsa and the guacamole that accompanied each of the four giant tortillas. Lobster, being such a delicate flavor, seemed to get lost in the shuffle. The mini-chicken empanadas ($8) were more refined and had a fluffy pastry crust and simply but well-done contents of roasted corn, black beans, and jalapeño jack cheese.

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Himmarshee Public House

201 SW 2nd St., Fort Lauderdale, FL

Category: Restaurant

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frankd4 topcommenter

ugh.................i just received a report of 10 violations including roach infestation and it may be closed

the BAD NEWS IS they do NOT answer the phone - so i left a message


Was there this weekend. Not impressed. Better beers at Tap and the people in there were "Rough looking" to say the least. Another downtown dump.

icculus17 topcommenter

sounds way better than the last two occupants.

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