I have a few ideas for you.

Food has always been an important part of my life. My family likes to cook and I like to eat. When I go away for the season, I always search for new places to eat. If you are in Jupiter for a weekend to see some baseball, here is where you should go.

1. Little Moir's Food Shack or Leftovers Cafe

-Both restaurants serve the same type of food (they are both "Little Moir's Restaurants"). Fresh seafood prepared with seasonal, local ingredients. Fish is caught daily in the Atlantic, then cooked to your liking that night. You simply can't find better seafood in this area. I know, I have looked. The places are a bit pricey, but worth it, I think the entree that I always get, the sweet potato crusted fish over greens, is around $27.

Here are the addresses. Get there early, like 5PM early, because you will be fighting the masses to get in after that.

Food Shack - 103 S US Hwy 1, Jupiter, FL 33477-5132
Leftovers Cafe - 451 University Blvd. Jupiter, Florida 33458

2. Vic & Angelo's

Vic & Angelo's offers home made pasta and the best chicken wing appetizer around. Again, a bit pricey, I think the wing appetizer is like $15, but worth every penny. I don't like writing about the wings because it makes me want to eat them. The home made pasta is amazing, and if on the day you are going they have the lobster risotto special...GET IT!!!!!!

Their address is 4520 PGA Blvd Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

1 response to "Hungry? In Jupiter for Spring Training?"

  1. Julio Mendoza | May 14, 2010 at 10:05 PM says:

    Umm, PYRO GRILL!!! hello!!.... you dont know bout that John, you need to go out with Tank more often, lol.

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