Ten Best Late-Night Eats in Broward County
6. Roccos Tacos
Las Olas is one of Fort Lauderdale's busiest drinking streets. Sure, it's not as crazy as Himmarshee, but sometimes happy hour gets in the way of, well, eating. Fortunately, this trendy taco joint serves its full menu until midnight, followed by a late-night menu until 1 a.m. Beef tamales ($17.50), California fish tacos ($18.50), and chili rellenos ($16.50) pair perfectly with the extensive selection of margaritas and the array of more than 225 tequilas. If you pass the midnight mark, hunger-solving tacos ($2.95) ranging from chicken to cochinitas achiote (slow-roasted pork) and carne molida (spicy ground beef) will surely fill you up and get you on your way to the next bar in a jiffy.
Broward is known for its nocturnal party scene overall, and the gayborhood is one of the most happening of all. So it should come as no surprise that a small town known for its hopping bars would need some places to grab a good bite to eat in the wee hours of the morning. For sushi lovers (or anyone looking to forgo the fat and grease), this would be your place. Open until 11 on weeknights and 1 a.m. on weekends, Gaysha serves a wide selection of nigiri, ranging from shrimp ($1.50) and local snapper ($2) to bluefin tuna; creative rolls like the Red Dragon Roll ($12), with shrimp, romaine lettuce, cucumber, schiracha, and eel inside out with red tobiko and avocado slices; and rotating chalkboard specials of ramen and other small plates. However, if you're looking to continue your adventure throughout the night, we suggest the omakase, or the chef's choice.
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