Pompano Beach House makes “The Ten Best New Restaurants in Broward and Palm Beach: 2018 Edition” List

Pompano Beach House was listed as #5 on the New Times “The Ten Best New Restaurants in Broward and Palm Beach: 2018 Edition” List!

In 2011, RMA helped the City of Pompano Beach craft a RFP to find a partner from the private sector to redevelop the Pier area, an approximately 6-acre site on the barrier island.  Pompano Pier Associates, LLC was selected, with RMA negotiating the  development agreement for a 48,500 SF new commercial development in this public-private partnership. The first project to be built in this new beachside development, called Pompano Beach Fishing Village, was the Pompano Beach House, a casual upscale restaurant featuring steaks, chops, hamburgers, and salads in a stylish setting, complete with a rooftop bar that has amazing ocean views. Pompano Beach House, operated by the same group that runs Grille 401 on Las Olas, celebrated their Grand Opening on April 14, 2018. This redevelopment project will transform the Pompano Beach waterfront, creating a world-class destination

About Beach House (via NewTimes)

The newest addition to the redeveloped Pompano Pier, Pompano Beach House is the city’s first and only oceanfront restaurant. Opened in March, it’s also the fourth concept in South Florida from the Ohio-based Brimstone Restaurant Group, also behind Fort Lauderdale’s Grille 401 and Pembroke Pines’ Brimstone Woodfire Grill. The group’s latest restaurant boasts 12,000 square feet of South Florida-meets-Mediterranean atmosphere, boasting second-floor stadium seating that offers unmatched ocean views for an incredible outdoor dining experience. The most popular item is the Beach House clams, a bowl of littleneck clams served in a piquant shallot-and-garlic-infused white-wine reduction served with grilled French bread. It’s a nod to the wide variety of seafood offerings, ranging from sushi and cedar-plank salmon to shucked-to-order oysters and fresh catch of the day. The best spot in the house is the rooftop lounge, complete with a second full bar and eight stadium-seated banquettes overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and offering views of the nearby lighthouse. Each banquette comfortably seats six to eight guests, who can access their own ottoman-style cooler, perfect for six bottles of beer or a chilled bottle of wine. 270 N. Pompano Beach Blvd., Pompano Beach; beachhousepompano.com.

Beach House Pompano | Image via Beach House Facebook Page

For the full list of restaurants on the “Ten Best” list, visit NewTimes.com.