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Pelican Landing at Hyatt Pier 66

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Considered “Fort Lauderdale’s Best Place to see an Sunset,” Pelican Landing is a casual waterfront bar and restaurant with an ardent local following and unprecedented views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Watch the boats sail past and enjoy flavorful drink specials and fresh Florida cuisine.

Whether you’ve walked over from the hotel or jumped off your boat covered in sea spray, you’ll feel right at home in this easygoing establishment.

Savor award-winning cuisine from Chef Greg McGowan and his creative culinary team. Pelican Landing menu items include fresh seafood dishes, tasty burgers, Cariibbean specialties, signature cocktails and ice cold beer.
Casual waterfront dining & drinks

Tasty burgers, seafood and margaritas
Award-winning Chef Greg McGowan
Best place to see a sunset
Boat-friendly atmosphere

Tuesday night is Marine Industry Night so stop in for their awesome food and drink specials!

+1 (954) 525-6666
Monday – Sunday
11 am to 11 pm
2301 S.E. 17th Street
Florida
United States
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