Here are a list of things to do or choose from such as an arcade, food and wi-fi off I-95's Commercial Boulevard, plus a park and dog park.
About 2000 feet west off the I-95 Commercial Boulevard exit you'll find Powerline Road.On the N.E. corner is Miami Subs Pizza & Grill It's like having several different chains in one. They offer Arthur Treacher's, Nathan's Famous hot dogs, Kenny Rogers Roasters and Ice-cream. An additional cozy room in the back is also the wi-fi zone and has a wide-screen t.v.
Then, only a few buildings up (north on Powerline Road) from Miami Subs is Xtreme Indoor Karting and PrimeTime Arcade Which has indoor kart racing, arcade games that include machines which give tickets for prizes, mini-golf, Finish Line Sports Bar in the back for adults, Fast Track Cafe (concession), space for birthday parties, and expo events.
For Kart racing members Thursdays are Ladies Night: $5 races 3-9 p.m. and Free Drinks in the sports bar (wine, well and draft) 7-10 p.m. Wednesdays are College Night with your college id. Half price for memberships and half price races for members 3-9 p.m.; free pool in the sports bar 5-9 p.m. 5300 Powerline Rd, Fort Lauderdale (954) 491-6265
Heading in the east direction off I-95 Commercial Blvd exit and just past Dixie Highway you'll find: The British Depot store where they sell little souveniers and snacks from England.
1322 E Commercial Blvd, Oakland Park (954) 491-4920
Then just nearby is Tokyo Sushi Bar and Hibachi that offers unique and delicious sushi, it is a small place with nice, cozy ambiance. The prices are medium ranged and offer happy hour deals. From the outside it looks like a regular place until you enter inside and are caught in the inviting.
1538 E Commercial Blvd, Oakland Park, (954) 776-2847
Looking for a park in the neighborhood when it's not raining?
Easterlin Park is very nice and quaint. Enjoy seeing swans on the water, playground, camping sites and a Disc golf course. The only thing about this park is you may not feel comfortable lounging about with frisbees flying around when people are playing disc golf, but it's great for those who are into that sport. Dogs are aloud in this park but must be kept on a 6' leash.
1000 N.W. 38th St, Oakland Park (954) 357-5190
And finally someplace fun for our furry little friends is Bark Park - a dog park which is located across from Easterlin Park. This way, you can check out both of these parks with your dog.
971 N.W. 38th St, Oakland Park