Hey, South Florida … Find fun things to do at Pompano Citi Centre! In addition to attending special events at the mall, may we suggest dinner and a show at one of our restaurants (belly dancers at Shishka or hibachi chefs at Saito’s). Or, perhaps a girls’ night out that starts with mani/pedis and ends with wine! There is also plenty of family-friendly fun at Pompano Citi Centre, too.
Chuck E. Cheese’s is recognized as the leader in family dining and entertainment. With over 560 locations and growing, we entertain over 40 million kids and celebrate over 2 million birthday parties a year. Chuck E. Cheese’s is a unique concept that features a restaurant with games for kids of all ages, rides, prizes, merchandise, a life-size cast of characters and birthday parties. Chuck E. Cheese’s is the ultimate place Where A Kid Can Be A Kid®. And parents can enjoy every moment. That’s why Chuck E. himself takes pride in providing a safe, family-friendly environment that kids and parents will love coming back to. Admission is always free, and all games are always just one token. So you’ll never overpay to play at Chuck E. Cheese’s.
Pompano Beach Arts is comprised of Pompano Beach CRA, City of Pompano Beach and Creative City Collaborative, a unifying force for arts and culture throughout the entire City. Visit their art gallery located at Pompano Citi Centre near the Carousel.
Coming Soon! Saito’s Japanese Steakhouse is a teppanyaki restaurant with something for everyone with live hibachi shows, children’s menu, full bar, sushi and much more.
Our menu is packed with classic dishes we create from scratch. Local and international ingredients. From delicious appetizers to tasty salads, inspired entrees to decadent desserts, your meal will be one of a kind.
Shishka Lebanese Grill was established by two brothers, Walid and Gus Zabib, in 2011. The Zabib family is originally from the city of Beirut in Lebanon. When they came to the United States, they found that there were only a few Middle Eastern restaurants around, but hardly any of them were really that good. Zabib’s family decided to open a restaurant where you could get a good home-cooked Lebanese meal the way Mom used to make.