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Fort Lauderdale Shopping

In Fort Lauderdale you will find good shopping experiences, Several Fort Lauderdale venues from upscale malls and boulevards to outlet centers and flea markets combine retail, dining, and entertainment. Fashionable Las Olas Boulevard, Las Olas Riverfront, and The Gallery at Beach Place stay mixing boutiques with trendy eateries and watering holes. The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale, having Neiman-Marcus and Saks 5th Avenue, also possess a dining and nightlife scene, plus a spa.

From wallet-friendly bargains to high-end clothes, Bahia Mar Beach a frequently visited place & Yachting Center, previously Radisson Bahia Mar Resort, places you near some of Florida's premier purchasing. If you are looking seek department stores, flea markets, or trendy boutiques, Fort Lauderdale shopping can satisfy the most discerning customer. Enjoy the sights and sounds of Beach Place, our only open-air beachfront mall. Wander through the designer stores of Las Olas Boulevard - and be sure to explore the upscale Galleria, just minutes from our oceanfront resort. Hunting for a deal? Follow the locals to off-beat venues like Pompano Beach's Festival Flea Market or the Swap Shop. Best yet, make yourself for an awe-inspiring buying experience at the famous 50-acre Sawgrass Mills Mall ... which showcases more than 300 stores, a 24-screen movie theatre, numerous restaurants, and an amusement centre for children. It's all about malls in Broward County. And while most of the best shopping is located within Fort Lauderdale proper, other areas in the county are also worth browsing.

The area's only beachfront mall, Beach Place, is in Fort Lauderdale on Fla. A1A just north of Las Olas Boulevard. This 100,000-square-foot giant sports the usual chains as Sunglass Hut, Limited Express, Banana Republic, and Gap, as well as lots of famous bars and restaurants. While it used to be all the rage with the Spring Break set, Beach Place is now aiming for a much more upscale clientele, adding many new higher-end stores and restaurants.

Other more traditional malls contain the upscale Galleria, at Sunrise Boulevard almost the Fort Lauderdale Beach; and Broward Mall, west of I-95 on Broward Boulevard, in Plantation.

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