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Jupiter - What are the great restaurants in this area?

Foodie for sure Nov 3, 2011 02:11 PM

We are travelling to Jupiter from Dec 31-Jan 7. What are the great restaurants in this area? Good food for good value. Not chains but local fabulous places.

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  1. LilMsFoodie RE: Foodie for sure Nov 4, 2011 05:22 PM

    Little Moirs

    All I can think of. Pretty good. I'd search over on the Miami thread. Might find more. Chowhound has Florida divided Miami and everything else. Jupiter has more in common with Palm Beach than Orlando/Tampa/ Naples

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      LilMsFoodie RE: LilMsFoodie Nov 6, 2011 08:59 AM

      fyi, Little Moirs is called The Food Shack.

      Food Shack
      103 S US Highway 1 # D3, Jupiter, FL

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        RAGHOUND RE: LilMsFoodie Nov 7, 2011 06:12 AM

        Little Moirs also has a pretty good place called Leftovers.

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        LoN RE: Foodie for sure Nov 4, 2011 05:31 PM

        From our experience last year....

        The Food Shack
        The Kee
        Guanabanas - for drinks
        Hurricane cafe - breakfast
        Anthony's on PGA- for bar food
        Pita Grille - but it has changed hands apparently
        Cafe Sole - wraps/pizza

        Food Shack
        103 S US Highway 1 # D3, Jupiter, FL

        Pita Grille
        12100 US Highway 1, North Palm Beach, FL 33408

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          Foodie for sure RE: LoN Dec 4, 2011 08:32 AM

          Thanks for your help. I'll try some of these.

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            wifelywhisper RE: LoN Dec 29, 2011 08:49 AM

            I am one of the new owners at Pita Grille and yes we did change hands in May. Thanks so much for the restaurant shout out and I hope you can join us soon to check out our place. We loved what Pita Grille was before we bought it so we hope you enjoy just as much and more. We have a special New Year's Eve event going on starting at 5pm Dec 31st with a limited specials menu paired with wine and champagne as well as a full liquor bar.
            Hope you can join us soon!
            561 630 0115

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            timpano RE: Foodie for sure Dec 5, 2011 11:33 AM


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              DEVO2172 RE: timpano Dec 19, 2011 07:34 PM

              Can't beat Food Shack or Leftovers. Generally the same menu or similar.

              Casa Mia has very good Italian. The Bronzino and wild boar parpardele especially.

              Hog Snapper is pretty decent sushi and Asian ish, been a while.

              Lazy Loggerhead at Carlin Park has great breakfasts.

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              dining with doc RE: Foodie for sure Dec 21, 2011 04:43 PM

              Definitely do breakfast at the Juno cafe. Best wings (garlic honey) at the Turtle Crawl

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                ELA RE: Foodie for sure Dec 28, 2011 08:57 AM

                Too Bizaare. Excellent place. I enjoy it very much each and every time I go.

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                  ELA RE: Foodie for sure Jan 23, 2012 08:25 PM

                  Yes, go to Little Moir's . . . you will not be disappointed. Sit at the counter/bar if you can. Talk to Moe the chef. This guy is the real deal. Ask him what he recommends that night . . . and take his recommendations. Talk to him. This guy is a super nice and talented guy.

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                    gratefuldiner RE: Foodie for sure Mar 1, 2012 11:09 AM

                    ROMEO-n-Juliette's Caffe

                    The food here is fabulous. Quaint little European looking place. Definitely a Must. They have been there for about a year now. Definitely High Quality food.

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