Jupiter’s Burrito Bros. closes; owners plan new spot in Jupiter Farms

Jupiter’s Burrito Bros. & BBQ closed officially on Sunday, but customers can still visit Jupiter Farms to get some of their items at a permanent food truck.


After eight years, Burrito Bros. and BBQ on Indiantown Road is no more. But the popular restaurant isn’t gone forever.

Owners Chris and Elizabeth Taylor announced that their Tex-Mex/barbecue joint had its last day on Sunday. At least four people drove to the 1150 Indiantown Road location in the span of five minutes during the Tuesday lunch hour to find the doors closed with a sign explaining the news.

Taylor Farmhouse Café, their new location in The Farms Market Place, 16891 Jupiter Farms Road, will be the couple’s latest venture after a total of 15 years, first with Cobblestone Café in Tequesta and then Burrito Bros.

According to the sign, the new restaurant will have a “big front wraparound porch, modern farmhouse décor and beautiful outdoor spaces for patrons to enjoy.” The site, about 12 minutes west of the Indiantown Road location, is on a 2-acre plot and will have space for a permanent Burrito Bros. food truck, which was open to customers starting Tuesday.

When a reporter visited on Tuesday afternoon, the Taylors said they weren’t ready to discuss details of the move, and instead gave a postcard detailing the changes.

The restaurant will have “new creations, and many of your favorites,” and is expected to open in mid-September.

Daily catering is still available. For more information, Elizabeth Taylor can be reached at 561-301-0137, according to the sign.



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