Eat, Surf, Repeat

We’re sure you’ve noticed, but Juno has slowly lost its underground status and is becoming quite the tourist destination. Rather than fighting the rip, we’re going with the tide and taking this opportunity to make sure the local businesses that deserve to benefit from the boost in tourism, are benefitting. These are some conveniently located food establishments that we’d recommend hitting up after a sesh at the pier, a beach day at Loggerhead, a dog walk at Marcinski, or anything in between.

Golden Juicery

A relatively new establishment in town, Golden Juicery became a fan-favorite almost immediately. It’s situated walking distance from Marcinski (Access 26) and feels like a forgone conclusion after a day spent in the sun. They’re most known for their juices, but their menu also features salads, wraps, acaí bowls and more.

4050 US-1 Suite 314, Jupiter

Cafe Sole

Directly across from the Juno Beach Pier, Café Sole may look unassuming, but it’s been a staple breakfast and lunch spot for Juno locals for years. Their wraps are extremely popular and make a great on the go option. We recommend the Caribbean Wrap.

4300 US-1 Space 202, Jupiter

Papa Kwans

Inside Papa Kwans you’ll find a bustling little coffee shop and café that doesn’t bother with frills. There’s no point when patrons sing your praises all over town. With an extensive menu that far overshadows the cramped quarters, Papa Kwans is perfect for a post-beach acaí bowl or to grab a smoothie to-go. However, they do have a full breakfast and lunch menu.

13882 US-1, Juno Beach

Willie's Pizza in Juno Beach Shell Station. Reviewed by Dave Portnoy, Barstool Sports Founder.

Willie’s Pizza

Whether you come for gas and get pizza, or come for pizza and get gas, you won’t regret visiting Willie’s in the Shell Gas Station across from the Juno Pier. We promise it’s not as seedy as it sounds, even Dave Portnoy rated it an 8.1 in his One Bite review. Call ahead to order your pie (no single slices).

14731 US-1, Juno Beach

Taco Chula

You’ll have to venture a bit inland for Taco Chula, but it’ll be worth crossing the drawbridge for. Located on Military Trail near I-95, this little taco spot is tucked into a plaza that isn’t exactly up to aesthetic standards, but all the best places are a little hidden. You can’t go wrong with Tacos Al Pastor and a Jarritos, enjoyed at the small wall bar inside, or taken to-go.

10800 N. Military Trail #108, Palm Beach Gardens

Nature’s Way Cafe

Less than a mile north of the Juno Pier is Nature’s Way Café. This family owned franchise was started in West Palm Beach decades ago. It was way ahead of its time when it comes to its emphasis on healthy eating. A go-to that never misses is the Chicken Walnut Raisin Sandwich.

103 S. US -1, A-2 St

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