By Danielle Carbonneau (Editor/Pompano Beach news reporter)

Construction is well underway on Lucky Fish Beach Bar and Grill, one of the next eagerly anticipated restaurant concepts in Pompano Beach Fishing Village near the new Pompano Beach Pier. Lucky Fish’s centerpiece will be the open air, come-as-you are, beach bar. Customers will be transported to their favorite island bar when they walk up to the bar straight from the beach.

Opening is planned in late spring or early summer 2019, which is fast approaching.

Lucky Fish will feature an oyster bar, and a great tropical menu with sharing plates, salads, handhelds and desserts. The full bar will serve everything from smoothies to draft cervezas to traditional tropical drinks such as rum runners, pina coladas and margaritas.

Located in a grove of tall coconut palms, with an unobstructed view of the beach, live music, cool ocean breezes, and friendly service, Lucky Fish is expected to quickly become a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.

Like its sister restaurant Oceanic on the north side of the Pier, Lucky Fish is the creation of Raleigh-based LMR, LLC and a homecoming for founders Lou and Joy Moshakos, who began their restaurant careers in Deerfield Beach 40 years ago.

LM Restaurants oversees seven different restaurant concepts, including Vidrio, Bluewater Waterfront Grill, Hops Supply Co., Taverna Agora, Carolina Ale House, Oceanic and Henry’s. The family owned company prides itself on offering scratch-made food and local craft beer, as well as being deeply rooted in all the communities where it is located.

Lucky Fish is just one of the many new restaurants in Pompano Beach opening this year.  It will sit at the foot of the Pompano Beach Pier.  The new fishing pier, as well as Lucky Fish openings and are still slated for the end of spring or early summer.  The city very much wants to have the work completed before July 4th as the new Pompano Beach restaurant sits at the foot of the pier and the pier will likely not be accessible if the bar and restaurant is not completed in time for the annual July 4th City of Pompano Beach fireworks display.

We’ll keep you posted on the developments in Pompano! magazine and our website.  You’ll also find plenty of reviews for other Pompano Beach restaurants there as well.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery interval=”3″ images=”7159,7160,7161,7162,7163,7164,7166,7168,7169″ img_size=”large” title=”New Pompano Beach Restaurant and Bar: Lucky Fish”][/vc_column][/vc_row]


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