Tiger Woods' New Harbourside Restaurant Expected To Open In May

Dan Hauser
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In 2014, Tiger Woods announced his plan to open a restaurant in what was at the time the soon to be opened Harbourside Place in Jupiter. We now know more details, including a target opening date.

Name: The 8,000 square foot, two story restaurant will be called "The Woods Jupiter: Sports and Dining Club". For those wondering why Tiger is not using his full name in the restaurant title, it actually comes with an interesting story. Nike "has the rights to the name Tiger Woods" according to the building's owner, thereby preventing Woods from using it as part of the restaurant's name.

When it will open: The restaurant was projected to open by the end of March. That date, however, has been changed. According to Nicholas A. Mastroianni II, the owner of Harbourside, a "soft opening" is expected by late April or mid-May, followed by a full-fledged opening this summer. The goal is to have all the kinks worked out and it be ready to go by the time season starts in October.

Where will it be located: The Woods Jupiter: Sports and Dining Club will be located near the amphitheatre on the North side of Harbourside. It will be located next to BurgerFi as well as close to Bravo and the Tommy Bahama restaurant and shop.

In addition to the name and expected date of opening, we also know a few other pieces of information about the Jupiter Island resident's latest venture.

Woods has signed a 10 year lease with Harbourside for the space that includes the 8,000 square foot restaurant and another 8,000 square foot of office space that will soon house the offices of the ETW Corporation, Tiger's corporation.

We have also learned that Tiger is sparing no expense when it comes to building his bar and restaurant. Woods is reportedly spending about $1,000 per square foot on the restaurant and will feature “marble from Italy, granite from another country”. According to Mastrianni, “Tiger’s place will be way better, way more upscale, than the Blue Martini.” Mastrianni has also said that he expects cocktails to cost about $15 each.

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