Moxies, in partnership with Eatz Hospitality and Northland Properties, today announced the planned restaurant opening at The Main Las Olas in downtown Fort Lauderdale in Fall 2022. The prime new location marks Moxies’ second restaurant in Florida and sixth in the U.S. as Moxies restaurants continue to gain popularity across the U.S.
Located at 201 E. Las Olas and SE 3rd Ave, the restaurant will be situated at the southwest corner of The Main Las Olas, spanning more than 12,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor dining on two levels.
The Main Las Olas was completed in 2020 by Fort Lauderdale-based, commercial real estate development firm Stiles, in partnership with San Francisco-based Shorenstein Properties, LLC, an owner and operator of high-quality office, residential and mixed-use properties across the U.S.
Renowned for their globally inspired menu, lively atmosphere and warm hospitality, the Moxies experience at The Main Las Olas will come to life with unique design elements including a second-floor mezzanine and patio in addition to beautiful indoor-outdoor bars on both floors. A covered outdoor patio will allow for al fresco dining with artificial living walls and several areas for dining, lounging and gathering.
“We’re thrilled for the opportunity to become part of The Main Las Olas community in Fort Lauderdale,” said Paul Randle, President and CEO of Eatz Hospitality Inc. and Franchise Owner. “Our entire team is excited to host everyone who lives, works and visits this dynamic and stylish neighborhood when our doors open next year.”
“We are pleased to welcome Moxies to The Main Las Olas, the newest and most iconic mixed-use tower in downtown Fort Lauderdale,” said Dan Coyle, Senior Vice President, Stiles Retail Group. “Moxies’ casual, cool atmosphere, extensive menu, and exciting happy hour perfectly complement the building’s chic interior design and retail lineup. The restaurant’s outdoor area will draw excitement and energy to this part of the downtown Las Olas corridor, and we are confident that Moxies will be a go-to gathering place for tenants, residents, and visitors downtown.”