I visit Fort Lauderdale often and it's a must see show on Tuesday's night with the band Valerie Tyson band. The band is Awesome. With her you will definitely be on the floor dancing or at the bar dancing. She's is great. The food is good. That you would enjoy. However, the service in this place is terrible. The bartenders at the bar, don't care if you're sitting there 30 minutes without offering service. The sisters who owns the place used to be nice and friendly long time ago. Now, they have the attitude of I just don't give a f***. You have to chase them down just to get a glass of wine. When you are patronizing a business the service shouldn't be so hard. I was with a few people that lives in Fort Lauderdale and they said the same. I hope the other servers don't pick up that nonchalant attitude from the sisters.
Came to this place for a friend's birthday.
Live music is really good and original I felt back in Chicago or even new orleans.
The food is not bad but is not really good either.
Do not get drinks here, cocktails are super bad and bartenders seem that they can't get any of them right.
How can you get a gin and tonic to taste bad?
If you are here just get beer and you will be fine.
Sit back and enjoy the show.
Parking is on the street and the service is average for such a small place.
The only reason why this place gets 3 stars is because of the performers, they are amazing and their music was really good.
Wife and I were celebrating our 22nd wedding anniversary. I had made a reservation for a table on Sat night. Figured I would try this place out. The reservation was for a musician that was playing from 9pm -1. I knew I would be not arriving until 10 because of a stop we were making beforehand. Because of this I was worried they were going to give my table away. I emailed the place 3 times over the course of a few days to let them know I'd be late, to see what their policy was. Not one response. I never even received an email confirmation after I booked the table. On Sat night I arrived at 10. I walked into a packed house and stood near the door for about 5 minutes. There was no hostess stand, no one to greet you. I had no idea whom to ask about our table. Very unwelcoming. I finally walked around the bar and approached a server. She told me tables are given away if the party doesn't show within 15 minutes. Exactly what I was afraid of. I was pissed. I emailed the place 3 times and nowhere on the website or even after booking the table, does it say anything about a 15 min window on tables. So I left and went elsewhere. Why have an a email on your website, if u don't respond! Don't bother with this place.
I've been going to this place for years & I don't know if this is an after Covid issue or just the new norm... I brought my parents here today because the pizza is great but unfortunately I can't eat it anymore due to a gluten intolerance. I politely asked the waitress if they had gluten free pizza & she said she didn't know but didn't think so. I asked her if she could check & she said ok. She seemed very irritated to check & then came back & said they didn't. I then asked her if they had any corn tortillas for the tacos or gluten free soy sauce for the ahi & she seemed very irritated. I said what can I eat? She said get a salad with oil & vinegar & walked away. It was so rude. Another waitress then came up & asked us what we wanted and I asked the same question, she said they don't have any gluten free food other than salad. That's ridiculous because there was plenty of gluten free food on the menu. We got up and left because of the rudeness we encountered. By the way, 33rd street Wine Bar is wayyyyy bette!