New restaurants coming to the Jupiter area


Palm Beach Post

Papi Chulo Tacos, a new Mexican restaurant in Tequesta, is expected to open this summer.

From Indiantown Rd. north to Tequesta, the Jupiter area is getting several new restaurants this summer, bringing a variety of cuisines to northern Palm Beach County.

Bolay: The chain restaurant famous for its build-your-own, super-food bowls is opening a new location on Indiantown Rd. It will take over the Nick’s Tomato Pie building near Maplewood Dr. The fast-casual eatery offers seared proteins and vegan-friendly, fresh side dishes. Bowl bases include gluten-free cilantro noodles, Peruvian quinoa and marinated kale and currant salad.

Blaze Pizza: With only a handful of locations throughout South Fla., Blaze has announced its newest location in Jupiter on Indiantown Rd. It will offer build-your-own style pizzas with options for those who are vegan and gluten free. Patrons rave about Blaze’s many toppings, from artichokes to pineapple to vegan cheese, that are not only tasty but also healthy.

Papi Chulo Tacos: A new restaurant for Mexican cuisine has begun construction on U.S.1 in Tequesta, just north of A1A and S. Beach Rd. Papi Chulo Tacos will join Rancho Chico as the place to go in Tequesta for yummy tacos, enchiladas and fajitas but will feature more of a “beachy” vibe and a menu filled with fresh fruit and vegetables.

3 Natives: With locations already in Tequesta and Palm Beach Gardens, 3 Natives is set to open a new location in the Jupiter West Plaza at the corner of Indiantown Rd. and Central Blvd. 3 Natives serves fresh, cold-pressed juices, acai bowls, smoothies, wraps and salads in a laid-back, friendly environment catering to the healthy, coastal lifestyle of Fla. locals.

Name TBA: A new sports bar is taking over the spot of the now-closed Tabica Grill restaurant at 901 W. Indiantown Rd. The owner of Cheeseburgers and More is opening the restaurant that will join Duffy’s and Ale House as the go-to spot for sports and a meal. Details to come.