One of the many pleasures of vacation is the breakfast. The leisurely kind. The kind you roll up to after 9 a.m. and order the waffles, the French toast, and too many cups of coffee. Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House—the OB House in local-speak—serves one of the best breakfasts in town. And better yet, serves it until 2:30 in the afternoon. The owners take provenance seriously—the maple syrup drizzled on the skillet pancakes is from Vermont, the milk is from a nearby farm, the eggs are free-range, and so on. We loved the signature Dutch baby pancake, served with a thick dusting of powdered sugar and a proper cup of Earl Grey tea.

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