Found 3 blog entries tagged as Love Street.

Still relatively new, Jupiter's Love Street has quickly become one of the favorite spots for tourists and locals alike. It's where families can enjoy a day, and partiers can spend a night. It's where you bring friends and family when they're visiting and you want to show them the ultimate waterfront Jupiter lifestyle. What more could you want than great drinks and dining, an outstanding view of the Loxahatchee River, Jupiter Inlet, and the lighthouse, and things to do for the whole family?

the view of the Jupiter lighthouse from Love Street in Jupiter, Florida

Restaurants and Bars of Love Street

Square Grouper Tiki Bar

If you're over 21 and looking for a tropical escape with live music every day of the week, then this is your place. Square Grouper is famous for a couple of reasons, but primarily because everyone…

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A brand new dining and market complex in Jupiter will have a familiar face backing the investment. Joe Namath, the famous Super Bowl winning quarterback of the New York Jets, and developer Charles Modica make up the power duo behind "Charlie and Joe's at Love Street". 

The new complex will feature three restaurants and a seafood market and is set to open in January of 2021. The site will be a "sprawling hospitality hub that’s unlike any establishment around the inlet and some of the best views of that majestic lighthouse." according to the Palm Beach Post. Here is a breakdown of what’s to come at Love Street. 

Lucky Shuck - A true raw bar with a focus on seafood but will also feature a delicious tavern menu and a vast variety of craft and local…

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 Artist Rendering Courtesy of Cotleur Hearing of Proposed Love Street Development.

Charles Modica, local developer, is self-confident that town administrators and the public will see that his proposal, to turn four acres on Love Street into an open-air marketplace, as the “best use for the land”. The Town of Jupiter planning and zoning commission agrees. The commission voted 6-1, on Nov. 10, 2015, to recommend that the $30 million plan be approved.

Contingent on how the $30 million Jupiter Inlet Funky Fishing Village plan is received, as an enhancement or as an atrocity; the proposal is up for a vote on December 15, 2015. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday evening, at 7 p.m,  Jupiter Town Hall, before the town council.

Many people agree…

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