Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House is just that, a restored 1925 house/shop located in the Himmarshee District serving breakfast all day, seven days a week as well as lunch. O-B House marches to the beat of its own drum, no affordable grand slam breakfasts here. The food is quality and fresh, and for that you will pay. The menu does not allow for substitutions, so don’t ask. The chef has created the menu a certain way, for a reason; don’t be pulling a Sally Albright in attempt to recreate his menu. The orange juice is fresh squeezed, the maple syrup, real; tapped from maple trees in Vermont. Milk at O-B House also travels the miles to get to your table, fresh from the farm in Orlando. The eggs are free range. The bread is made from scratch, and the butter is the real thing, churned from cream, no additives, no preservatives. O-B House buys local and fresh and passes it onto you though a simple uncomplicated menu showcasing pure food made from pure ingredients.