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During the early 1980's, Fort Lauderdale became the hotspot for young college students on spring break, where the strip and beaches were littered with people all week. While Fort Lauderdale has grown away from just a party destination, it still remains a great spot to go out to town with friends for drinks. There are various sections and parts of town that career to different crowds. Las Olas is more of a refined bar and lounge scene, whereas "The Strip" still careers to party goers and a younger crowd who are looking for the bars that stay open a little bit later. Most bars are restaurants during the day and turn into a 21+ environment later on in the evening, respectfully. Below theres a list of the various spots and what their environments are like.  
Fort Lauderdale's former reputation was built by Spring Break, and the city still does not disappoint. There are countless places to have a drink from little 'hole in the walls' to the ultra chic.
===Downtown/Old Town/Las Olas===
===Downtown/Old Town/Las Olas===

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