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WELCOME TO FORT LAUDERDALE

You’re looking for a place to work out on your vacation… you’re our kind of person. We love having visitors from all over the globe visit us and we’d like to make Flagler Village CrossFit one of the highlights of your stay in Fort Lauderdale.

 

Come by for a workout and then hang out for a while. We love Fort Lauderdale and are always happy to share the hidden gems with visitors.

CROSSFIT CLASS TIMES

MONDAY – FRIDAY
5 a.m. / 6 a.m. / 7:15 a.m. / 9 a.m. /
12:15 p.m. / 4:15 p.m. / 5:15 p.m. / 6:15 p.m. / 7:15 p.m.

SATURDAY
9:30 a.m. / Open gym from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

SUNDAY
10:00 a.m. SwimFit (weather permitting)

DROP IN FEES

$25 per class

$70 per week

Local Places we love

The Mass District
Our hood, our streets, our little slice of Fort Lauderdale. Home to the monthly Art Walk. MASS district fancies itself a creative space that is friendly for local crafts, entrepreneurs and artists.
Wells Coffee
Just walking distance from the gym, located directly across 3rd Ave is the most amazing coffee roasting facility and coffee shop. They are minimal yet comfortable and Brandon is always down to have a great conversation. Major plus… when they roast the whole neighborhood smells like coffee! Our favorite: Oat Milk Latte or specialty Chemex pour-over.
Circle House Coffee
The newest spot in the area just between Wells and FVCF, will be opening in the fall of 2018. They are defining themselves by helping the community through coffee. Owner Stephen Tulloch is very passionate about giving back.

www.circlehousecoffee.com

Bean to Brew
Just one block north of the gym, as you walk along the art splashed warehouses that are the artwalk’s main drag you will find Bean to Brew. It’s beautifully designed and very well thought out. Steven is a true visionary and artist and always has fun seasonal menu items. Our favorite.. Almond Turmeric Latte. #delicious
JB&C Juice Bar
Just past Bean to Brew you will find a haven of avocado toast, acai bowls, Natural Light and cute macrame plant holders. So many beautiful plants and windows make this a great spot to enjoy the hot summer mid-day lunch or post-workout protein smoothie. Our Favorite: PB Smooth bowl and/or Chickpea Avocado Toast.
Invasive Species Brewery
We might frequent this place a little too often, but that’s ok. We look at it as just supporting the neighbors. Invasive species is directly between Circle House Coffee and Wells Coffee Co.  They have delicious easy drinking, strong beer as well as fun community events, food trucks, and the occasional local band.
LaserWolf Bar
This isn’t your average bar. Their tagline is “Yes Beer, No Jerks.” What more could you ask for? Of course we want beer and of course no one wants jerks! They have a vast array of beers on tap as well as a ton of craft cans. They are just across the train tracks in this really cool old building which, rumor has it, was a brothel/hotel in the early 1900’s. #whoknows
Glitch Bar
Adults playing video games. Free gaming with beer and food trucks located just 3 doors or so down from JB&C. They always have something going on over there and playing pacman as an adult is just plain fun.
Brew Urban Cafe
This is basically the most comfortable coffee shop around. It’s dark, there are a ton of books, and lots of seating. I don’t know if you can actually read the books, I assume so. Their coffee is delicious. They are on the other main drag of the area called FAT Village and they even have an airstream shop inside. Our Fave… Vegan Empandas + Oat Lattes.
Sip Java
Just 2 blocks south and across federal highway sits Sip Java. Sip has lots of room for co working as well as a variety of items on their menu. They just expanded to a second express location located just east on the intercoastal. They are always very welcoming and have an extensive menu of coffee’s and sandwiches. Our Fav.. Avocado Toast
FATvillage
This district is dubbed FAT for Flagler Arts and Technology. This is a hub for small businesses, art galleries and restaurants. You can walk over here but we suggest driving because… well… it’s usually over 85 degrees here, but you do you!