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PUBLIC HOUSE RESTAURANT IN THE THEATRE DISTRICT FORT LAUDERDALE, FL REVIEW

 

Restaurant dining near the Broward Performing Arts Center is limited to about 6 overpriced places and now the Public House has joined them. This has already been the spot for about 5 restaurants including a gay bar and all have gone belly-up.

The Public House is wide open with sliding doors, a large square bar in the middle and tables on 3 sides. There are also high tables outside.

We seated ourselves as the hostess wasn’t at her station and the place was fairly quiet with a new show opening at the BPAC.

We had a nice table but couldn’t avoid the eyes watching the TVs on the opposite wall. A very bubbly, accommodating server Gabrielle greeted us and when I asked for recommendations she suggested a few items and I took the turkey and Brie panini with hand cut waffle fries ($14.00) and coffee ($3). The fries were served hot but being cut the way they were they got cold very quickly. The sandwich was okay but the bread was cut way too thick.

Allen had the Rocket salad made of strawberries, baby argula, almonds, feta and white balsamic vinegar ($14) adding chicken for another $4 and had a soda ($3) which he enjoyed.

Our check, with tax and tip, came to $50.

The Himmarshee Public House seems more like a drinking pub than a restaurant and though comfortable to sit in I found being near the sidewalk distracting. I am one who prefers indoor air conditioning away from gas fumes and crowds passing by.

I have eaten at all the restaurants on this strip and the only one i have found consistent with food and service plus a wide selection on their menu is the Tarpon Bend so unless a new restaurant opens that is where we will head the next time we go to the BPAC.

Posted May 25, 2014 by greatmartin in Uncategorized

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