Mediterraneo Cafe & Grill

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Mediterraneo Cafe and Grill offers customers a Sicilian dining experience with much history. A family from Illinois opened the restaurant and focused on their Sicilian roots and now offer lunch and dinner daily in true Sicilian style. The restaurant is closed on Monday.

Cypress Nook Bavaria Haus Restaurant

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The Cypress Nook Restaurant has a long history as the oldest German-American restaurant in Pompano Beach and perhaps in Florida, and it all starts back in 1948. Our property sits on one of the oldest pieces of land in Pompano Beach, which once was just an ordinary house with a small cottage in the rear and a dirt road as the entrance. Today it still stands as it did when it was built and captures the charm and old-time essence of yesteryear. This old house has been home to the Cypress Nook Restaurant for the last 29 years

Dandee Donuts Factory

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After 10 years of working under a franchise banner and being restricted to selling just coffee & donuts, the opportunity to create a new type of shop was realized. The Dandee Donut Factory was founded in 1995 by partners/friends Frank Pucine & Peter Spyredes. They converted the once franchised locations to their new concept, down came the franchise signs and up sprang The Dandee Donut Factory. No more were they restricted to only coffee & donuts, now both locations featured fresh made to order breakfast and lunch sandwiches, homemade soups and pastries. There were new exciting donut varieties, muffins, NY style bagels and of course their custom blended Dandee Donut Coffee

Fish Shack

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There is no question that the freshest seafood is in the Fish Shack in Pompano Beach Florida. If you are looking for a spotty, fish restaurant with good quality and professional service, please feel free to visit this place.

Phil's Heavenly Pizza

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The first thing you need to know about this place is that it's not the pizza that's "Heavenly"; apparently Phil is. The place is "decorated" with religious items; you can sit on a bench and read the Bible while you wait for your slice to heat up. It's a colorful place, but it's hardly a carnival atmosphere. One odd thing was that there was a tub on one of the outside tables with little turtles sloshing around. I'm not sure how they fit in. They didn't offer me a bag or a box for my slice, even though I asked for it to go. The first thing I noticed was that it had parmesan cheese on it, which isn't a good thing. Parmesan is optional on pizza, like the red pepper flakes. It doesn't belong on the slice.