Time Out says
What does it take to get a Miamian to abandon the 305 for a meal? A spectacular beach view, a solid wine list and easy parking. Just at the Broward and Miami-Dade county lines, Hallandale’s Etaru ticks off all three. This marks the first U.S. location of the contemporary Japanese restaurant from Zuma cofounder Rainer Becker, who’s hired chef Sergio Rivera, formerly of Nobu and Makoto, to helm the menu, in which sushi plays but a minor role. The star of the whole operation is a prominent robata grill, where meats, fish and vegetables are slow-grilled over hot charcoal. One of the better brunch deals in South Florida, Etaru offers two prix-fixe options with access to a full sushi buffet (which includes crispy rice!), choice of entrée, an elaborate assortment of desserts and unlimited rosé or Champagne.
ETARU Hallandale also operates as a beach club—and you don't even need to sign up for a membership to enjoy the perks. Show up to the sand empty-handed and pay $60 for two chairs, towels and an umbrella. Or BYO place to sit and hit up the Beach Bar, offering deals like the $50 beach cooler pack that includes four beers, four waters, a bowl of fruit and a bottle of The Palm by Whispering Angel rosé.
111 S Surf Rd
|Cross street:||at Hallandale Beach Blvd|
|Transport:||Bus 4, 28, 105|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 5:30–11pm; Sat noon–11pm; Sun 12:30–4pm, 5:30–10:30pm|
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