Pompano Beach House and Oceanic Dining Coming to Pompano Beach Fishing Village

Broward/Palm Beach New Times – Could Pompano Beach be South Florida’s next seaside vacation destination? With the addition of two new custom-built oceanfront restaurants, the Pompano Beach House and Oceanic Dining, open their doors next year, it very well might be.

With the opening of eateries such as the Rusty Hook Tavern, located off the Intracoastal Waterway just north of Atlantic Boulevard, and steps from the city’s quaint oceanfront commercial district, lots of change has been anticipated for the area, including plans from the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) to bring new businesses to the easternmost stretch off Atlantic Boulevard.

And, as it turns out, plans are indeed underway to transform the city’s oceanfront stretch near the pier, a development project known as the Pompano Beach Fishing Village.

Since 2009, over $10 million has been invested to revitalize and modernize Pompano Beach Boulevard between Atlantic Boulevard and Northeast Fifth Street, with projects such as replacing and widening sidewalks, adding new pedestrian light fixtures, new on-street parking spaces, upgrading an existing playground and installing exercise equipment, and creating inviting gathering areas for private and public events.