Once upon a time, restaurants and bars tended to open along heavily trafficked streets and highly visible strip malls.
Sure, they've been easy enough to find, but that kind of takes away from the excitement of discovering a new spot.
Over the past few years, many of the popular bars and eateries have been steadily making their way into more industrial parts of town.
Tap 42 took over the legendary dive Brownies, and now it's one of the busiest spots in town.
Laser Wolf set itself up in a quiet strip mall in the once-derelict area north of Broward Boulevard -- you're lucky to find yourself a seat now.
Contrary to common wisdom, these obscure establishments have garnered a huge following, proving that if you build something different, people will come.
The Keg on Sixth is about to bring craft beer and global comfort food to another untapped industrial part of Fort Lauderdale.
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