Travel Diaries: Pompano Beach
It’s no secret that South Florida is a destination of choice for Quebecers, in winter and summer alike. Whether you’re looking for a second home or a vacation in the sun, Pompano Beach has something for everyone. From drinking and dining to fun activities and luxurious properties, there’s no shortage of things to do in this South Florida destination. Discover the suggestions of our concierge service partner, Arthur Majordome: good places to drink, eat and activities that will please you.
Eat and Drink in Pompano Beach
Pier 6 Rooftop – Located at 200 North Ocean Blvd – is the perfect place to start the evening. Enjoy Happy Hour in the rooftop terrace lounge, complete with ocean views and specialty cocktails. For smaller groups, reserve a space with a fireplace that can accommodate up to 10 guests. It is also possible to hold your private event here and take full advantage of the open-plan lounge.
Another great option for sipping a house cocktail with a view is The Beach House Pompano, located at 270 North Pompano Beach Blvd. This beachfront terrace is perfect for brunching with friends or watching the sunset. Customized private events are also available.
If you’re a fan of classic French cuisine, be sure to check out The Bistro, located at 4626 N Federal Hwy in Lighthouse Point. Their wine list also features selections from around the world. For seafood lovers, head to Blue Moon Fish Co, located at 4405 W Tradewinds Ave in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. This waterfront restaurant serves freshly caught seafood, seasonal desserts, and a robust offering of wines from old and new vines.
Things to Do in Pompano Beach
The whole family will enjoy The Fisher Family Pier – located at 22 North Pompano Beach Blvd – a unique vantage point to view the sea and Pompano’s golden beach. We suggest you try snorkeling there.
Pompano Beach Community Park – located at 820 North East 18th Avenue – is perfect for family picnics and a variety of facilities, including an aquatic center, tennis courts and playgrounds.
A trip to South Florida is never truly complete without a day on the water. Head to the public boat launch at Alsdorf Park – located at 2974 North East 14th Street. Note that a beach water cab is also available there for your convenience.
Finally, the Pompano Beach Amphitheater – located at 1806 North East, 6th Street – is the perfect place to watch an outdoor show, concert, festival or other attraction.
Does Pompano Beach and its attractions make you want to buy a property in the area? We recommend the distinguished Ritz Carlton Residences with their breathtaking views of the sea and the beautiful Intercostal Canal. Contact us for more information on the project and to view listings in the area.