What we loved at these restaurants in Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens 


Our Palm Beach Post writers anonymously visit a restaurant in your neighborhood each week in search of the best menu item. We have rounded up the best neighborhood eats in Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens and tell you why they liked each one!

PALM BEACH GARDENS

EL SABOR LATINO

Reason to go from Post reporter: “The Lechon Asado ($12.99) with shredded pork with onions, served with rice, black beans and tostones. The pork was tender and flavorful.” 

The prices are very reasonable, and the dishes are authentic. It’s a great place to go to sample different types of cuisine. El Sabor Latino says its dishes are from Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Ecuador, Spain, Peru and Argentina.

Here is the full neighborhood review of El Sabor Latino

El Sabor Latino: 4391 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, 561-202-6948


JUPITER

CALAVERAS CANTINA

Reason to go from Post reporter: “The carnitas (pork) enchilada ($14.99), which was served with rice and beans....the enchilada was so good, I plan to order it next time.”

You can’t go wrong sitting outside while sipping a margarita, nibbling on chips and salsa, and watching  the world go by. Music on weekends makes Calaveras even more enjoyable.

Here is the full neighborhood review of Calaveras Cantina

Calaveras Cantina: 125 Dockside Circle (Harbourside Place), Jupiter, 561-320-9661


SHIPWRECK BAR & GRILLE

Reason to go from Post reporter: “The seared tuna appetizer and the coconut shrimp ($6.99 each) satisfied the craving for seafood. Both dishes were tasty.” 

Shipwreck Bar & Grille has a great menu that offers something for everyone and a fun, casual atmosphere that makes you feel as if you’re on vacation.

Here is the full neighborhood review of Shipwreck Bar & Grille

Shipwreck Bar & Grille: 1511 N. Old Dixie Highway, Jupiter, 561-746-8882


JIM’S PLACE

Reason to go from Post reporter: Jim’s is a cozy neighborhood spot which offers classics for breakfast, lunch. “The hash browns were excellent.”

It’s a great spot for breakfast, but remember to take cash. Credit cards are not accepted.

Here is the full neighborhood review of Jim’s Place

Jim’s Place: 901 W. Indiantown Road, Jupiter, 561-746-6216


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