Palm Beach County Intracoastal Eateries

Lorea Thomson
Posted by Lorea Thomson
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Have you ever wondered why Palm Beach County has a population of 1,496,770 making it the third-most populous county in the State of Florida and the 25th-most populous county in the United States. It could very well be Palm Beach County’s 47 miles of coastline and gorgeous tropical climate offer endless opportunities for dining with a water view. The county offers come-as-you-are beach bars with sand on the floor to open-air restaurants overlooking intracoastal waterways. Try one of these local favorites for lunch or dinner.

Guanabanas, 960 North Highway A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477

Sitting on a quiet offshoot of the Intracoastal Waterway across from a lush park, Guanabanas is a hidden gem that feels like paradise. The palm-fringed patios, stone walkways and illuminated waterfalls will make you feel like you have discovered a tropical forest retreat. The flavorful menu is filled with Caribbean-flavored local catches that will hit the spot after a day in the sun, from blackened fish to tequila-lime shrimp. 

Dive Bar Restaurant, 318 South US Highway 1, Jupiter, FL 33477

Dive Bar is located at the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina along the Jupiter Riverwalk. The popular patio offers wistful views of the water. There is a raw bar with sushi and sashimi, plus lunch and dinner entrees. The open-air bar features a giant saltwater aquarium, with TV screens showing underwater videos

Waterway Cafe, 2300 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Locals have been gathering to this waterfront eatery for more than 30 years. Have a front-row seat to Intracoastal views on the sun-drenched deck, or floating bar while colorful awnings, thatched tiki huts and umbrellas offer shade. Order everything from steak and seafood to light bites like flatbreads.



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