Far too frequently, an inverse ratio of beauty to flavor is the disappointing norm at South Florida’s high-profile beachfront restaurants. With views so pretty, who needs to worry about the food? Beach House Pompano happily blows that equation out of the water. A stunning, two-story structure that opened in March and cost roughly $6.5 million to build, Beach House Pompano is no tourist trap. It has the makings of a South Florida treasure, a place with a casual vibe, smart decor and simple yet tasty food where locals and visitors should surely flock for years to come.
Truth be told, I didn’t know Brimstone Restaurant Group — the former owners of