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  • Monday-Friday 11:30am-10pm Saturday & Sunday 9am-3pm Brunch 3pm-10pm Dinner
  • Vegetarian Friendly, Family Style, Kosher, Patio/Sidewalk Dining
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Free Parking, Parking Lot Available, Valet Parking
  • Reservations Accepted
Basil Park is Tim Andriola's healthful, long-awaited followup to his Mediterranean mainstay, Timo. For the bright, airy bistro, he partnered with Tamer Harpke, a farmer with tracts in Hollywood and Dania Beach that produce the restaurant's microgreens and soon up to 30 percent of its produce. But beyond Basil Park's farm-to-table aspirations and "intact foods" philosophy is an actual restaurant using sophisticated techniques and balance that set it high above your favorite vegan café. "Dairy" items here are surrounded with quotes for a reason: There's no dairy at all. All beef is grass-fed, and the succulent, crisp-skinned chickens twirling in the rotisserie hail from Joyce Farms. What makes it all worthwhile is not even that it's good for you and leaves you feeling great. It's that the generous plates, with all their healthful mumbo jumbo, are simply delicious.

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