A classic, well known eatery in Fort Lauderdale, Michaelís Cafe has secured its niche as a go-to place in the area. Having been around for twenty four years can attribute to the widespread popularity the cafe has garnered, providing a remarkable experience time after time. Owner Dorip Wippenstein has taken over for the past year and raised the bar on the already popular cuisine, putting her full fledged effort into the business. The location is quality driven and the team at the cafe are persistent in elevating the experience, and they do so successfully. The kind and genuine nature of the location is highly impressive, and the trustworthy experience promises a memorable one as well. Dorip goes above and beyond for her customers, being meticulous in her efforts and being precise in maintaining her consistency. This is very prevalent with each dish that comes out of the kitchen, keeping customers coming back time after time. The crepes are where the location really shines, offering an unlimited amount of options for customers to indulge in. The Parisian Crepe comes highly regarded, crafted with three eggs, scrambled with ham, mushroom, and brie cheese. Each crepe is served with the choice of grits, home fries, or hashbrowns. The sandwiches are also fantastic lunch options to give a try, the Roast Beef being a top choice created with top choice ribeye steak. The daily specials bring everything full circle, the cafe aims to provide customers with international dishes that hit the nail on the head in every way possible. The desserts also complete the meal in perfect fashion, offering options like the Chocolate Mousse Pie, as well as the Banana or Coconut Cream Pie. Open seven days a week, the cafe has something for everyone, and stopping provides a comfortable experience with home cooked meals that simply cannot be found anywhere else, making it a must while in the area.
2304 NE 62nd St.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308