What makes Fort Lauderdale Jazz Brunch so much fun?

What makes Fort Lauderdale Jazz Brunch so much fun?

Sunday morning, the sun is shining, and the desire for brunch and mimosas comes to mind! What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon in South Florida then along gorgeous Riverwalk, with live jazz music in four different locations. Patrons arrive with blankets, chairs, coolers, and set up along the historic New River for their own take on Sunday brunch. Local Vendors and Restaurants will have their doors open, so you can take a bite of some local downtown favorites!

Jazz Brunch has become a tradition for our family and friends, (and pets!) and is a great way to truly take advantage of living in paradise.

Fort Lauderdale’s Sunday Jazz Brunch takes place the first Sunday of every month, from 11am – 2pm, between Esplanade Park and Las Olas Riverfront.

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One thought on “What makes Fort Lauderdale Jazz Brunch so much fun?”

  • Join us this Sunday for Fort Lauderdale's Famous Jazz Brunch!

    October 27, 2014 at 4:25 pm

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