Restaurant was popular with locals (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)
You can stop waiting for Annie’s Vintage Gourmet restaurant to reopen on Indiantown Road in Jupiter — the 3,900-square-foot bottom floor has been gutted and a new tenant is being sought.
Three new tenants moved into the second floor of the yellow building 1132 W. Indiantown Rd., next to Burrito Brothers restaurant, according to leasing agent Robert Hamman.
The once-popular eatery on the first floor closed in last summer.
The one-acre parcel is on the south side of Indiantown Road, between Delaware Boulevard and Pennock Lane.
Bottom floor has been gutted and a new tenant is being sought (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)
Restaurant was open for about 30 years (Photos/Bill DiPaolo)
Work started at Pasquale’s restaurant, a once-popular, now-closed Italian eatery near the Jupiter/Tequesta line, in November.
Work started at Pasquale’s in November, 2016
But since then, not much has happened.
The new owners in November told the Palm Beach Post they are spending about $1 million remodeling the building and plan on opening this spring.
The new restaurant will be called Crosby Kitchen and Bar, they said.
Photo of Pasquale’s, April 28, 2017
The company has nothing to do with the Due South brewery in Boynton Beach, said Peter Pace, co-owner of Due South Hospitality with Rob Gillin.
“We’ll have craft cocktails,micro brews and nice wine list. The food will be American bistro,” Pace, who lives in Abacoa, told the Post in November.
The new owners could not be reached.
The 120-seat restaurant, with the storefront striped green, white and red — the colors in the Italian flag — had been operated by Joe and Wendy LoDuca since 1975, according to its website.
Friends of Jupiter Beach volunteers hold monthly beach cleanups to support Dog Beach north of Marcinski Road
Tickets are on sale for the Friends of Jupiter Beach 8th Annual Food and Wine Festival scheduled for May 20 at the Jupiter Riverwalk Plaza Down Under below the Indiantown Road Bridge.
General Admission Ticket prices are $50 in advance (if purchased by 5 p.m. on May 19), $65 at the door and $20 for children 12 and under.
VIP Tickets are $100. Only 100 will be sold. VIP ticket holders will enjoy reserved parking near the festival, early entrance at 2:30 pm via a designated VIP entrance, specially prepared food and beverages.
All proceeds from the event and raffle will benefit Friends of Jupiter Beach, an organization dedicated to preserving a clean and dog-friendly beach through emphasis on volunteerism and education.
For more information contact Karen Gray at (561) 744-2659 or go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All proceeds from the event and raffle will benefit Friends of Jupiter Beach
1000 North restaurant in Jupiter is scheduled to be finished by the end of the year. (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)
Boaters on the Loxahatchee River and motorists on U.S. 1 passing by might be wondering:
Just how tall is 1000 North, the new restaurant under construction that is partly-owned by former NBA star Michael Jordan?
It’s about 50 feet to the peak of the tower, according to the plans approved by the Jupiter town council.
How tall is 50 feet?
- The nearby U.S. 1 bridge over the Loxahatchee River is 25 feet.
- The Blue Heron Bridge is 65 feet.
- The Wyndham Grand Jupiter hotel at Harbourside Place is also about 65 feet.
- The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is 108 feet.
- The light poles at Roger Dean Stadium are 150 feet.
The plan for 1000 North calls for a 1,500-square-foot second floor private club for members and their guests only.
There will be a 450-square-foot outdoor patio for food and beverages.
Memberships will be about $2,500 annually.
There will be a public transient dock with nine boat slips where boaters can stop for about three hours.
The first floor of the 340-seat restaurant, which also will have an indoor and outdoor bar, will be open to the public.
Opening is planned for the end of the year.
The existing U.S. 1 bridge in Jupiter is 25 feet tall. A new bridge has been proposed that will be 35 feet tall. (Palm Beach County)