Pirate's Well Reopening

Lacey Hagler
Posted by Lacey Hagler
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Published in Dining


During the mid 17th century, legend has it that pirates found refuge 450 miles off the port of Palm Beach on the Bahamian island of Mayaguana. After long ocean voyages, they dug a well in the middle of the island in search of drinkable water, and would fill their casks before setting sail once again.

Fast forward to present day, and Pirate’s Well in Lake Park toasts to this sentiment as a friendly refuge for Northern Palm Beach locals to quench their thirst after leisurely days on the water with family and friends. Since 2010, owner Larry Marble has welcomed locals and treated them like family.

The culture of this beloved local watering hole was threatened earlier this year when the Lake Park location had to close due to an accidental catastrophic grease fire, but we’ve learned quickly what this strong South Florida community is capable of. After five months of hard work and persistence, Marble is proud to be able to re-open to the public.

“This unfortunate disaster has dragged me through a roller coaster of emotions.” Marble said. “Without the love and support of my beautiful wife Nicole, my friends, contractors, and this community I could not have pulled off the miraculous feat.”

The long awaited re-opening of Pirate’s Well is tonight, October 15th, at 5 pm at 9477 Alt A1A in Lake Park, Florida. For more information, please visit https://pirateswell.com/.


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