5 Restaurants to Visit by Boat in Jupiter Florida

Intracoastal Waterway in Jupiter Florida

There’s nothing like a “Sunday Funday” on the water (or Saturday Funday for that matter). Warm Florida sunshine and blue water pairs perfectly with Jupiter’s spectacular waterfront restaurants. Here are a few worth adding to your bucket-list!

Stop #1: Dive Bar Restaurant, Jupiter

Dive Bar is located on the East side at the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina, and offers the best sushi and sashimi on the water, as well as a full grill menu and tropical cocktails. If you’re in awe of giant saltwater aquariums, this is a must-see!

Stop #2: Guanabanas Restaurant, Jupiter

Venture North under the Indiantown Bridge and go right at the fork for Guanabanas, a tropical hide-a-way covered by banyan trees and tiki huts. This Costa-Rican inspired local seafood restaurant is one of the most “instagrammed” restaurants in the area.

Stop #3: U-Tiki Beach, Jupiter

Cruise from Guanabanas West, then North to the Loxahatchee river, and East under U.S. Hwy 1 to U-Tiki Beach. Featuring Caribbean food and drinks in an island setting, order fan-favorite appetizer tuna tostadas and must-try U-Tiki potatoes as a side with any meal. The food’s delicious, and the view of the famous Jupiter Lighthouse is even better.

Stop #4: Square Grouper Tiki Bar, Jupiter

A stone’s throw west of U-Tiki is Square Grouper, the laid-back pirate-themed tiki bar on the water known for live music, good bar eats, and the recording location of “It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere” by Jimmy Buffet and Alan Jackson. This bar is 21-and-up, so leave the kids with a babysitter and bring your drinking shoes!

Stop #5: Tiki 52, Tequesta, ICW Marker 52

If you’re still not ready to go home, Tiki 52 is about 1.5 miles up the Indian River at Blowing Rocks Marina in Tequesta. Beer, Wine, and casual bar food is available, as well as the live music of local favorite Anthony James. If you’ve made it this far, you’ll have a lot to talk about on Monday morning!

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