Casa D' Angelo
1201 N. Federal Hwy, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304
At Casa D’Angelo we like to say, “Tutto su gli ingredienti.” It means it’s all about the ingredients. This is our philosophy—it’s the care and attention that goes into every single dish we prepare in our kitchen. It’s the careful selection of every cut of meat, every garden-fresh vegetable, every herb, every spice. Because it is our philosophy that every plate of food, every savory bite, is the absolute best it can be. We pride ourselves on being recognized as the best Italian restaurant in South Florida, and will fiercely defend that recognition with the perfectionist attention to detail that got us here. Buon Appetito!
1201 N. Federal Hwy, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304Get Directions
HoursOpen Daily for Dinner
Dining InformationExtensive Wine Menu
Additional ServicesPrivate Parties
Payment DetailsAmerican Express
Chef Angelo Elia is an award winning, highly acclaimed culinary maestro whose philosophy of putting his patrons first has served him well. Through an artful combination of premium ingredients, masterful preparation and superb fine wine selections, his restaurants are widely considered the best Italian restaurants in South Florida.
The flagship Casa D’Angelo represents the pinnacle of fine Italian dining in Fort Lauderdale. Its tremendous success has resulted in two additional locations: one in Boca Raton, Florida and one in the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, Bahamas.
Chef Angelo’s newest creation, D’Angelo Pizza, Tapas & Wine Bar is a concept that elevates approachable fine dining to new heights. It is an elegant, hip South Florida dining destination where crowds line up every night to enjoy fine traditional Italian-style pizzas, tapas, paninis and a notable wine list.
Every year since September 2000, Chef Elia has been honored with the “Best of Award of Excellence” from Wine Spectator. He has also received the “Golden Spoon Award“ from Florida Trend Magazine for the past 10 consecutive years. Most recently, he received four stars by food critic M.L. Warren of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.