What does FATVillage Stand For?
Go To The FATVillage Art Walk
Quick Facts About the Art Walk
- When: Last Saturday of every month
- Where: FATVillage –
523 NW 1st Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
- Phone: 954-540-9897
- Time: 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
- Price: FREE
At the art walk, you’ll see exhibits from local artists including painters, sculptors, musicians, and many more! The organizers of the Art Walk have one goal: to connect the city of Fort Lauderdale to the grassroots art community.
As you walk around, you’ll see the most amazing murals. Plus, the art walk is pet-friendly, so you’ll enjoy bringing along your dog!
Oh and did I mention the food trucks? The food is a guilty pleasure. Go ahead, indulge!
Henry Sandwich station
Is Henry Sandwich Station Family-Friendly?
- Blueberry Poke Cake Recipe
- Caramel Cake Recipe
- Cinnamon Roll Poke Cake
- Pumpkin Bundt Cake
- Blueberry Morning Poke Cake
We are Henry’s Sandwich Station — located in the FATVillage Arts District of Fort Lauderdale, FL, bringing cutting-edge cuisine and hip, industrial décor to FATVillage’s already thriving community. Our name is a nod to Henry Flagler, responsible for the Florida East Coast Railway (which runs directly behind the property).
We focus on small batch, Artisanal Purveyors and House Smoked and Cured Meats. All bread served on site is prepared by local bakeries — and we are proud to feature unique, Artisan cheeses. Our Signature Sandwiches range from Montreal Style Smoked Meat on Zak The Baker Jewish Rye to Slow Roasted Prime Rib, served with our Housemade Horseradish Cream. We are grateful to be a part of South Florida’s incredible culinary scene and hope to continue to cultivate memorable, culinary experiences for our guests, for generations to come.
FATVillage – A Destination for Everyone
Fort Lauderdale is basically one of the most fun places to go for any reason at all. They have a ton of things for girls’ nights, but there are places that are also perfectly family-friendly. Since FATVillage is focused on supporting the local artists, it’s a wonderful place to take your family. If any of your kids are interested in art, you should think about taking them there to see the murals. They will love it!
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What a fun day! We used to visit an area like that when we lived in San Diego