Restaurant review

Kaluz on the Intracoastal looks fine, but lacks charisma

 

Sun-Sentinel

I’m not sure I know of a more-showstopping restaurant than Kaluz.

It sits under the bridge that crosses the Intracoastal at Commercial Boulevard. The lot once housed Roadhouse Grill, but the walls are all that remains of the old building. Designed by ID & Design International in Fort Lauderdale, Kaluz is a subtropical ode to Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s Wright with 220 feet on the Intracoastal, enough room for a chic bar, 80 outdoor seats and a dock for a yacht.

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