Look no further for the best waterfront restaurants near the Jupiter Lighthouse at the Jupiter Inlet. Enjoy unsurpassed views of the Jupiter Inlet Waterway and the historic Jupiter Lighthouse. The 156-foot tall red impressive structure holds the title as the oldest existing structure in Palm Beach County and one of the oldest lighthouses in Florida. It was only illuminated for a couple of years before the confederate army dowsed its light during the Civil War. When the war was over, it was re-lit and been guiding ships along the shore to this day. These local establishments offer authentic South Florida dining and is a favorite of locals and tourists. Come by land or by sea.
SOPHISTICATED DINING at 1000 North, 1000 North U.S. One, Jupiter offers a selection of flavorful contemporary American fare dishes while appreciating a far-reaching view of the Jupiter Inlet and Jupiter Lighthouse. This stylish restaurant has a cultured menu while embracing a fun, friendly, and upbeat waterfront setting.
CASUAL DINING at U-Tiki, 1095 North Highway A1A, Jupiter offers breathtaking views and waterfront dining with a Caribbean flare. White beach sand and lush coconut palm trees line the outside the restaurant. Catch a vibrant sunset off in the horizon as well as a glance of the Jupiter Lighthouse light as it beams by. Enjoy casual Caribbean plates such as conch fritters, jumbo shrimp, fresh fish and delicious frozen cocktails on the waterfront.
LAID BACK VIBE at Square Grouper Tiki Bar, 1111 Love Street, Jupiter has turned out to be one of the most popular watering holes in Florida. Live music is a key attraction to this location, as well as the fantastic views of the Jupiter Inlet and the historic Jupiter Lighthouse, is the home of numerous music videos, including Alan Jackson’s hit “It’s Five O’clock Somewhere” with Jimmy Buffett. The hidden treasure is nestled among the palm trees overlooks the glistening blue inlet waters. The Grouper has a casual, laid back beach bar vibe with things like first come, first serve open tables and no dress code. Come put your feet in sand and your eyes to the sky.