The Pompano Beach Club has received many accolades for both the high quality cuisine it consistently serves and the superb oceanfront location of its Cedar Room restaurant. You'll be treated to gourmet cuisine that's imaginatively prepared by a team of international chefs and graciously served by a predominantly Bermudian waitstaff.
The restaurant gets its named from the cedar chairs, beams, window frames and paneled walls throughout the room - most of which were made from original Bermuda cedar. The attractive cedar wood is accented by two pastel colored wall murals depicting Bermudian landscapes, that were painted by popular Bermudian artist, Mary Zuill. No matter where you sit in the Cedar Room, you're sure to have a good view of the ocean. The atrium section of the restaurant is full of hanging plants and one wall is completely covered with green foliage, giving the room a very tropical feel.