Updated this place: not a brewpub anymore. This is located at small strip mall next door to Tequesta Brewing Company. At the end of strip, so easy to miss. Smallish bar with interesting combination: serves breakfast and lunch with 12 craft beer taps. Food was quite good and filling, beer selection was interesting enough as it didn’t have any beers from the next door. Old man was serving us. Good cosy place to stop by for breakfast or lunch.
MrBunn (91) The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania | February 18, 2014
I had dinner here with the family the other day while on vacation. The food was really good and the beer list was short, but well done. I was able to find a couple of really nice beers to compliment an awesome dinner. Service was good and the food was great.
Small cafe at the end of a strip mall. The interior is subdued and a little dingy. The service is very attentive and friendly, with a good knowledge of beer. The food was very good, and the menu looks great. The selection is small and centers around their own beers, but the others are very good. The prices are great, especially during happy hour. This is a good little bar, and worth a return visit.
Visited on a Saturday morning, and the place was steady, but the staff was keeping up. It is a cozy, modern breakfast nook with 5 or 6 tap handles of next door Tequesta Brewing’s house beers. House beers were pretty good and the breakfast was very enjoyable (Hippe Benedict was excellent). Staff was attentive, and left us alone to eat. Seemed easy to miss, situated in a strip mall right off the main drag in Tequesta/ Jupiter, this place is definitely worth a trip.
Small little space tucked away in a slightly older strip mall and now adjacent to Tequesta Brewery. The space here has like 8 tables, 5 booths and maybe 6 bar stools at the short little bar. They had five of their house brews on tap during our 8am breakfast visit on our way north. The breakfast was yummy and work perfectly along side the array of house brews I was trying. This place has the hastily thrown together and unfinished look of a typical beach shanty like structure but with some white bead board paneling accents that are somewhat scalloped above the windows. The staff was friendly and quick and properly staffed for the Saturday morning breakfast crowd, well it wasn’t even all that crowded even when we left before 9am. I’d love to come back and explore more beer and more of their food menu.
Visited on January 28, 2011 and heard that they have now moved the brewery next doors, with the new name Tequesta Brewing Co. This name and the new brewery happened apparently some 3 weeks ago. Drove passed a sign that said brewery on our way to a camp site just oustide Jupiter, so turned back and sampled the beers they had available onthe sampler. Also got the advice to go next doors to the brewery where they had more taps available. Nice service for sure, and good beers.
I’ve been here for both lunch and dinner and was impressed both times. Food was excellent, served in good sized portions and for a fair price. Service is good as well. The beers are all made to style and made well, Hefe and Pale being my favorites.
Very nice little place at the end of a plaza. Pretty small inside with a small bar. They have four house brewed beers always on tap and sometime special brews. They have won numerous awards in Florida for their beers. The sandwich I had was really good and the service was quite good for being very busy during lunch. The prices on the food and drink were great with beers being under $4 for a pint. Awesome little stop if you are heading to or from the beach around Jupiter.