Dutch Treat at The House on the River in Ft Lauderdale September 21
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Come join your hostess, Sandi Finn, for dinner at The House on the River.
First built by local pioneer Philemon Bryan’s two sons Tom and Reed in 1903, the buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Recently re-opened after a $1 million renovation, the iconic structure is complemented by a charming eclectic use of vintage furniture with a modern twist, outfitted with mixed china, vibrant flowers, and lush trees.
Limited to 10 guests so register early. Please see links for location, parking, casual menu and more.
Cocktails in the bar at 5:30, seating at 6:00. Dutch treat. We will be dining indoors in a private room.
Dinner Menu – In your reservation, please include menu adjustments required to meet your dietary restrictions.
Where do I park? THE HOUSE is 125 years old nestled in the historic district downtown Lauderdale. Parking was never a plan 125 years ago, there were no cars! With that said…. we recommended ride share, walk along the river path to our front door, using local metered parking, train or by boat yep boat your or water taxi.
Car There are several metered parking lots on our street and many more a block or so away. You are welcome to drop guests off prior to parking in the round about on the side of the restaurant.