Beach House PompanoDining Out – in Fort Lauderdale Travel News January 31, 2019 2680 Fort Lauderdale, with scenic ocean views and beautiful beaches, has become a second home for Canadian residents and was ranked one of Kayak.com’s Top 10 Wallet-Friendly Destinations for Canadian Travellers in 2019. Whether you’re looking to lounge on the beach, cruise trendy art galleries or shop some of the best boutiques, you can work up quite an appetite while exploring under the warm Fort Lauderdale sun. Hit the beach… Inspired by surf-culture around the world Beach House Pompano has set the standard for oceanside restaurants in South Florida. Located at 270 North North Pompano Beach Boulevard, Pompano Beach, this ocean-to-table restaurant has quickly become a must visit dining experience thanks to its unparalleled rooftop stadium seating and breathtaking sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean. Serving reinvented classics like their Naut Your Average Pasta, a fresh catch lobster and shrimp dish served on a bed of Pappardelle Pasta or their Tuna Burger made of hand-chopped ahi tuna, bok choy slaw, and mango chutney, this dining experience is as Florida as you can get. With decor hand-made in Indonesia and a passion for culture, Beach House has even embraced their Canadian customers and their love for hockey with a weekly Wednesday Night Rivalry special that includes half off wings and $15 Canadian Blue Labatt Beer Buckets on their rooftop bar. See some art… Positioned at the heart of Fort Lauderdale’s blossoming art district, Henry’s Sandwich Station brings artistry back to sandwich making. Located at located at 545 NW 1st Ave. Fort Lauderdale, and amongst art galleries, murals, and neighborhood shops Henry’s focuses on small batch, Artisanal Purveyors, House Smoked Specialties, and Cured Meats with all bread sourced from local bakeries. Inspired by Canada itself, their Montreal Style Smoked Meat Sandwich brings comfort to those missing their northern homeland with its cured smoked brisket and spicy brown mustard served on freshly baked rye bread. Grab some drinks… A melting pot of culture, Fort Lauderdale hails Pizzacraft as one of the cities top artisan pizzerias. Not afraid to think outside the (pizza) box they’ve created such dishes as their Bacon & Potato Pizza, made of scallion cream, fingerling potato, gruyere, fontina, smoked bacon, caramelized onion, and scallion. For those wanting a little more adventure Pizzacraft has transformed their neighboring bar and brought it back to the days of Prohibition-era and craft mixology with The Apothecary 330 speakeasy. Mixing up unconventional cocktails with healing tonics, fine spirits, and elixirs this must-see bar is one of Fort Lauderdale’s best-hidden secrets located at 330 Himmarshee Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312, but you definitely didn’t hear that from us! Try something new… Bar Rita, one of Fort Lauderdale’s newcomers to the food scene, has become the city’s new hot spot serving up modern Mexican with a side of rooftop city views. The perfect place to visit after you’re done hanging at the beach Bar Rita brings both a casual and approachable experience to dining, where people didn’t have to choose between good food and good drinks, but rather both. With over the top menu items like their Truffle Sweet Corn Guac or their handcrafted Mango Mezcalita margarita. You will love the handmade Aztec cement floor tiles, deconstructed baby grand piano, and Authentic Mexican hacienda wood doors that give Bar Rita some extra spice. For more information on all Fort Lauderdale has to offer visit: www.sunny.org Related
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