Tucked away in a trendy Fort Lauderdale neighborhood, Milk Money Bar & Kitchen’s catchy name (that I wish I would have thought of first) has a hip vibe with a coffee bar, cozy dine-in experience and hand-crafted cocktails. All bases are covered from espresso to cauliflower buffalo wings to a treasure chests full of boozy treasure.
Interior photos sourced from Milk Money Bar | Kitchen website
If you like buffalo wings, but you’re watching your waist line, trick your taste buds with the Cauliflower Buffalo Wings I could have eaten them for days. A tad spicy, but nothing I couldn’t handle, I’d like a bucket to go please! I also tried their Farmhouse Burger that apparently was so delicious I didn’t have the time to take a photo, so you’ll have to take my word for it.
Let’s pause and talk about the craft cocktail masterpieces at Milk Money… Thecomes in an actual treasure chest and when opened it pours out smoke creating a unique experience to the bar. The Sailor to Pirate is created with Oak and Cane Rum, Simple Syrup, Aromatic Bitters, Pina Colada Ice Block and Cinnamon.
If rum isn’t your style, I sipped on (ok I did not sip, possibly gulped)Bulldog Gin, Prosecco, Fresh Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Sliced Cucumber and a Mint garnish.
If you’re in the mood for a little espresso with your meal or a chaser to your cocktail, they have you covered. Warsaw Coffee Company is conveniently located within the walls of Milk Money Bar | Kitchen. Although I didn’t get to enjoy their espresso or weekend brunch during my trip to Fort Lauderdale, the menu looked amazing. See their full breakfast, lunch dinner and cocktail menus here Milk Money Bar | Kitchen.