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Abacoa Amphitheatre

Music Venues
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Ian's Tropical Grill

Owned and operated by Chef Eric Grutka, Ian's Tropical Grill is a bastion of imaginative and sustainable cuisine on the Treasure Coast. Grutka's unique culinary perspective comes through in...
Seafood
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BurgerFi

Burgers
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Average Joe's Pub

Bars and Clubs, Music Venues
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Chowder Heads

This Jupiter establishment is all about choice. Believe it when they say everything on the menu is "wicked good." In addition to clam, scallop, shrimp, and oyster rolls, you can -- of course --...
Restaurants
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Hog Snappers Shack & Sushi

If you're not averse to waiting in line for up to an hour, you might get a table here in season. The line begins forming early -- there's often a wait at lunch as well. It's as much to do with the...
Seafood, Sushi
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Captain Charlie's Reef Grill

Seafood, American
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Little Moir's Leftovers Cafe

The second spot for Mike Moir, of the renowned Fish Shack off U.S. 1, Leftovers is tucked away in a shopping center off Central Boulevard east of Abacoa. You may need to GPS it if you've never...
Seafood, Restaurants
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Guanabanas

This tropical, tiki-style outdoor restaurant overlooks the water in Jupiter and draws tourists and locals alike for entertainment and drinks. The food and service take a back seat to the lively...
Sandwiches, Seafood
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Too Bizarre

Eclectic can be an overused term, but not at this boite tucked away in a plaza in east Jupiter. The "dining room" -- more like a living room-cum-cozy furniture store-cum dark art gallery --...
Eclectic, Sushi, Thai

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