Rendering courtesty Town of Jupiter documents.
Adding to the ambiance and charm of the Town of Jupiter and other surrounding waterfront neighboring communities, like Tequesta, North Palm Beach, Juno and Stuart, there will be an additional waterside restaurant to frequent. Located within the “funky fishing village” of Jupiter Inlet, next to Jetty’s, The Square Grouper, and across the street from Guanabanas, will be U-Tiki.
U-Tiki will be an open-air restaurant located at the Jupiter Inlet Marina. It is tentatively scheduled for a “quiet opening” at the end of January. The owners originally anticipated a New Year’s Eve opening had the weather and construction schedules cooperated. Jim Taube, an owner stated, “It is a little delayed. Like most projects.” The restaurant overlooks the the pristine blue inlet waters and historic Jupiter Lighthouse.
In addition to the open air restaurant, U-Tiki, the Jupiter Inlet Marina (formerly the Seasport Marina) will include 75 dry storage bays, space for charter boats, a marina/ships store and 52 docks. Docks space is available for the restaurant as well.