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Fresh Menu Additions and New Cocktail Selections Debut at YOLO in Fort Lauderdale

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Renowned YOLO in Fort Lauderdale on Las Olas Boulevard has unveiled a range of exciting additions to its dinner, lunch, and brunch menus, as well as an array of new cocktails. Headed by Chef Rodion Chitikov, the updated menu features diverse flavors, from light and fresh seafood to bold and spicy options. The cocktail selection is equally distinctive, offering a creative blend of spirits matched with playful names for a vibrant drinking experience.

For dinner, guests can indulge in a variety of small plates including the Steak Tartare ($21), Yellowfin Tuna Tartare ($22), and Seafood Ceviche ($19). A new addition to the menu is the Spicy Lobster Rigatoni ($42), while the lunch menu showcases the Mediterranean Bowl ($26) and the Chef’s Weekly Handhelds.

YOLO Spicy Lobster Rigatoni
Spicy Lobster Rigatoni

The updated lunch menu presents the Mediterranean Bowl priced at $26, which includes Roasted Peppers, Pickled Onions, Marinated Garbanzo Beans, Avocado, Blistered Tomatoes, and Tzatziki. Diners have the option to choose a White Rice Pilaf or Greens and Grains base and can add proteins for an additional $5. Protein options include Catch of the Day, Shrimp, Harissa Salmon, Peri-Peri Chicken, or Chimichurri Steak. Additionally, guests can relish the Chef’s Weekly Handhelds, which offers a rotating menu of chef-curated sandwiches and tacos at varying prices. The new lunch menu also features Yellow Fin Tuna Tartare, Seafood Ceviche, Burrata and Panzanella Salad, and Spicy Lobster Rigatoni.

The brunch menu at YOLO now offers new dishes such as Overnight Oats ($14) and Smoked Salmon Florentine Benni ($20), alongside classic favorites like bottomless mimosas and Steak and Eggs.

Additionally, YOLO in Fort Lauderdale has introduced a selection of new cocktails, including “She Made Me,” “My Tie,” “Sunset Seduction,” “Tulum Trip,” and “Lychee Lust.” During Happy Hour, the “Sunset Seduction” and “Lyche Lust” are available for $8 each, Monday to Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Photo credit: Ruben Pictures

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