With two locations in Fort Lauderdale, this Pittsburgh favorite offers stacked sandwiches filled with grilled meat, melted cheese, coleslaw, tomato slices, and french fries between thick slices of Italian bread that has made the joint famous since 1933.
Padrino’s Cuban Cuisine
Call on this third-generation, family-owned restaurant for take-away treats like picadillo, lechon asado, ropa vieja, or a classic Cuban sandwich.
What started as a food truck in Miami has made its way north to Broward County. Order in for authentic halal tacos made with the freshest of ingredients. Our picks? The birria tacos are killer, or go seafood-centric with the bang bang shrimp tacos (but only if you can take the heat).
Temple Street Eatery
If you’re craving ramen but want to eat it on the couch in your jammies, this Asian American comfort food joint is your best bet. Their ramen and noodle soups are homemade daily.
Takeout can be tough when you’ve got dietary restrictions, allergies, or sensitivities. Fresh First makes literally everything on its menu from scratch in its certified gluten-free kitchen, offering delicious fare for conscious eaters of all stripes.
Ceviches by Divino
The brainchild of brothers Christian and Frank Encalada, this Pembroke Pines spot is the place for Peruvian flavors—namely delicious ceviches and tiraditos. Place your order for the trio de ceviches and thank us later.
This mom-and-pop shop is a can’t miss for Indian dishes. From tikkas to tandooris to vindaloos, it’s all there for your ordering pleasure. Don’t forget to add a side of fluffy onion-flecked kulcha naan.
Phat Boy Sushi
Putting a modern twist on traditional Japanese fare, Phat Boy produces sushi rolls that are out of this world. Go with a classic or try a signature roll like the Samurai, made with tuna, salmon, whitefish, and asparagus and topped with seared ribeye, jalapeño, fried onions, and a tangy house sauce.
Laspada’s Original Hoagies
When you’re over Pub subs, get your fill of these sandos prepared with the freshest Italian ingredients. Established in 1972, LaSpada’s has perfected its hoagie architecture—starting with a base of meats and cheeses, followed by veggies and fixings, and topping it all off with a second layer of meat known as a “meat blanket.”
Whether you need wings to watch the big game or just want to indulge in a little at-home hot sauce hedonism, this is the place to call. Choose from 16 specialty sauces and dry rubs, from traditional Buffalo to Parmesan Thai chili to Old Bay.