Lauderhill is a cultural hub with noteworthy attractions. Awarded the “All-America City” title, the city and its diverse population showcase how America is a melting pot of different cultures and backgrounds.
Lauderhill brings its own diverse group of sporting events to the American playing field.
It all happens at Central Broward Regional Park Stadium. This vibrant park is known for its state-of-the-art athletic facilities that house sporting events throughout the year. One in particular draws teams and crowds from all over.
The Central Broward Regional Park was the first place in the United States to host an international game for the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2010 between New Zealand and Sri Lanka. Today, fans come to watch more high-stakes games, like West Indies taking on India in the T20I Series.
If you’re in the mood for Asian food, Tataki Asian Bistro is your place. From sushi boats to Thai noodles to Chinese classics, Tataki has it all. For delicious pasta, go to Fra Diavolo, which has been serving classic southern Italian fare, plus some northern specialties, for over 20 years. Savor authentic Indian dishes with a twist at Arun's Indian Kitchen's Taco Masala. Joy's Roti Delight offers traditional Indo-Trinidadian cuisine. Grab a "doubles" (curried chickpeas sandwiched in flatbread) and catch a football or cricket match. Paris Morning Bakery serves up beautifully presented pastries and savory Korean bowls. For authentic Jamaican cuisine, visit Donna's Caribbean Restaurant. Try ackee and saltfish for Sunday brunch on the patio or oxtail with rice and peas for dinner.
For Caribbean fare, try curried goat, jerk chicken and savory stews at Belli Full Qzeen. Indulge in massive potatoes topped with tasty items like garlic shrimp, curry lobster, barbecue chicken or steak and cheese at Wimbo's Crazy Potatoes. Ask for the snow crab and shrimp combo at the Southern-style eatery Crafty Crab. More cultural restaurants include Gabose Korean BBQ, Colombian restaurant Rancho Nando Steak House, Jean’s Jamaican Restaurant, Izziban Sushi and BBQ, Jamaican restaurant People's Choice, and the vegetarian Woodland Indian Cuisine.
The Lauderhill Performing Arts Center has a year-round roster of events that accommodates music, theater, dance, cinema, visual arts and more. It serves as a hub for community involvement, engagement and artistic expression, as well as a stage for famous performers from around the country. From "America’s Got Talent" comedian Preacher Lawson to Broadway tours like "West Side Story," you can experience top-level talent that takes you off your feet.
Nearby hotels will put you in close proximity to all Greater Fort Lauderdale and Lauderhill have to offer. Go low-key at the Sheraton Suites in Plantation which is just 4 miles from Lauderhill Sports Park, or live the resort life at any of the waterfront hotels on Fort Lauderdale beach.
Sonesta Fort Lauderdale is a beachside resort that also celebrates diversity in its cuisine options: Steelpan, a Caribbean-American fusion kitchen and bar, serves up a menu influenced by the multicultural island flavors of South Florida.
Lauderhill’s diverse community allows you to experience cultures from around the globe, all in proximity to the city life of Fort Lauderdale.
True to its name, the All-America City welcomes you to explore its neighborhood and learn more about the cultures and people of the red, white and blue.