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Dining Feature: Café Martorano
Dining Feature: Café Martorano

 
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
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Fort Lauderdale is increasingly becoming a fine dining destination. National chefs are taking note and opening exciting new restaurants in the area and one of my personal favorites is Café Martorano. Chef Steve Martorano has three locations, one in Fort Lauderdale on Oakland Park Boulevard, one in Hollywood, Florida, and one in Las Vegas. The dining at Café Martorano is more akin to a sensory experience as the chef has integrated dining, music, and movies and dishes are served family style. Steve Martorano is a Philadelphia native, and his menu focuses on American Italian cuisine with the freshest ingredients available. Below are three of the signature menu items not to be missed, and if you like the neighborhood, please contact me for available listings! Bon Apetit!

Meatball: This classic meatball is served with Sunday gravy, ricotta cheese, and a long pepper. It is a large serving, so do not let the singular serving scare you away from ordering.
Shrimp Scampi: The Shrimp Scampi is a twist on tradition using butter, garlic, tomatoes, and peas, and is one of my favorites.

Eggplant Stack: Eggplant is pan fried, layered with mozzarella, tomatoes, arugula, and parmigiano cheese. This is not to be missed!

Hours: 6 pm Dinner Service, 7 days a week, 3343 E Oakland Park Blvd Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 Located on the corner of Oakland Park Blvd and A1A (954) 561-2554

If you are unable to make it to Café Martorano’s Here is one of their Signature Dishes to Try!

Fusilli Pollo

 8 oz. cooked Chicken Cutlet

Extra Virgin olive oil

White Wine

Garlic

Sweet Peppers
 Kosher salt, pepper

San Marzano Tomatoes

Parmesan Reggiano cheese

Fusilli Pasta

Fresh Basil
 

In a skillet heat the olive oil and brown some fresh garlic.
Then throw in the sweet peppers and saute until soft.
Toss in the cooked chicken, a little white wine, San Marzano tomatoes, kosher salt, black pepper, Parmigiana-Reggiano cheese & fresh basil.
- See more at: http://cafemartorano.com/recipes/#sthash.ITUtejGb.dpuf

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