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August 13, 2013

Lunch at Guanabanas, Jupiter

Guanabanas

Guanabanas

Guanabanas, table with a view

Set on a canal feeding from the Loxahatchee River in Jupiter, Guanabanas is an open-air waterfront restaurant with lush tropical landscaping, providing a true Florida outdoor dining experience. Chickee huts hand built from the Seminole Tribe of Florida,  banyan trees, exotics and Florida indigenous plants set the tone for an escapism sensory experience. The verdantly abundant outdoor restaurant design is what lures locals, residents and guests from near and far.

Where to sit while waiting for your table at Guanabanas

Guanabanas

blue cheese wedge

Guanabanas proudly participates in the “Fresh From Florida” campaign; all fish, shrimp, crab and clams served at Guanabanas is from Florida. Which seems like a natural fit, once you arrive and take a look around.

fish dip

Guanabanas serves casual fare such as fish tacos, burgers, and salads with prices ranging from $9.95 to $18.95 and a smattering of entrees priced from $16.95 to $32.95. Here at Guanabanas you’ll pay for the “Fresh From Florida” seafood, the ambiance and the view; as we sat down at our primo waterfront table, after waiting for fifteen minutes or so; a few beers and some shared plates later, all that seemed to matter was taking in the warm lazy Sunday summer afternoon on the water.

Guanabanas

shrimp tacos

Arriving by boat, Guanabanas has ample dock space; arriving by car, complimentary valet parking is offered. Most nights Guanabanas has live music, visit their website for the schedule. Happy Hours, weekend breakfasts and summertime specials keep the crowds coming in especially on the weekends.

Guanabanas

Guanabanas 960 North Highway A1A Jupiter, FL 33477 Guanabanas Island Restaurant & Bar on Urbanspoon

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