Palm Beach Florida Weekly

SCOTT’S THREE FOR 3

Places for al fresco dining
A trio worth noting

1000 North is situated on the Loxahatchee River with views of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. COURTESY PHOTO

1000 North is situated on the Loxahatchee River with views of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. COURTESY PHOTO

1. 1000 NORTH

1000 U.S. 1, Jupiter;

561-570-1000 or

www.1000north.com.

At 1000 North, the experience is as much about the views as it is the food — so why dine inside, when there’s the water, the lighthouse and a spectacular sunset, all seen from a covered terrace? The menu is heavy on seafood, but there’s plenty of beef to satisfy the fans of steakhouse fare.

2. STAGE 2000 PGA Blvd., Suite 5502, Palm Beach Gardens; 561-408-3685 or www.www.stagepga. com.

Butter Chicken from Stage. FLORIDA WEEKLY FILE PHOTO

Chef Pushkar Marathe offers global fare with Indian roots. One look at his menu, with Red Quinoa & Corn Salad, Yellow Fin Tuna Ceviche and Korean BBQ Ribs, and you know that he’s looked beyond the subcontinent for inspiration. You can dine inside — tables are well spaced, but Stage (pronounced “stahj”) also has a nice patio that is perfect for enjoying the outdoors while dining.

3. PELICAN CAFÉ 612 U.S. Highway 1, Lake Park; 561-842-7272 or www.thepelicancafe.com.

Mark Frangione, owner of The Pelican Café, says his restaurant is “Where Nantucket meets the Florida Keys.” But you get more of a Keys vibe when you sit on the covered patio of the restaurant. There, you can feast on pasta, pizzas and other Italian-inspired fares while reminding yourself that this is why you live in Florida. ¦

One response to “SCOTT’S THREE FOR 3”

  1. Mike schreiner says:

    Excellent restuarant s

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