1000 North in Jupiter now serving Sunday Brunch

1000 NORTH in Jupiter, one of the hotter restaurants in Palm Beach County, is now serving Sunday brunch.

“We opened in February but waited a few months to unveil the brunch menu,” said managing partner Ira Fenton. “We wanted to make sure the experience was just as unique and special as the rest of our offerings.”


Conceived by Fenton and former New York Giant Tucker Fredrickson, 1000 NORTH combines a private club, upscale dining room, terrace, and tavern under one roof. Partners in the venture include NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan, PGA Tour star Ernie Els, wine importer Bill Terlato, and Wine Spectator publisher Marvin Shanken.

Brunch is offered from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Bars open at 4 p.m. and dinner is served starting at 5 p.m.

Brunch is served on the tropical-themed terrace, as well as in the dining room. Regardless of where they sit, diners have views of the Jupiter Inlet and the Jupiter Lighthouse. The menu reflects the Lowcountry influences of Executive Chef Lee Morris, who worked in Charleston, S.C., and Nashville before returning to Florida. Signature dishes such as Shrimp & Grits, Hot Chicken & Waffle, and Lobster Tail Benedict incorporate bold flavors, along with local produce and sustainably sourced meats and seafood.

Crabcake Benedict (Libbyvision.com)

Brunch at 1000 NORTH is offered on three levels. Each option includes fresh baked pastries, potato latkes, the entrée of your choice, one side dish, fresh juices, coffee specialties, and tea or soda. The Rosé Brunch features unlimited glasses of Mathilde Chapoutier Côtes de Provence Rosé;  the Champagne Brunch takes it to another level with unlimited Piper-Heidsieck Brut and Rosé. For non-drinkers and designated drivers, a non-alcoholic version is offered. A children’s menu is available for ages five to 12. Kids ages four and younger eat for free.

Bloody Mary (Libbyvision.com)

The Rosé and Champagne brunches include The Bloody Mary Bar, where guests can choose the classic 1000 NORTH Bloody Mary, or the bacon-infused or mango habanero versions. With each option, diners also have access to the Bubble Bar: Strawberry Peach Bellinis, Raspberry or Blood Orange Mango Mimosas, and a Cucumber Lemon Sparkling Cocktail, as well as a selection of beer and wine. On top of that, there are cocktail choices such as Hendrick’s Shoemaker (Hendrick’s Gin, cucumber, housemade “southside” tonic, and lime), The Goddess (kale and spinach juice, Langley’s Gin, black pepper, and celery salt), and the Elderosa (Nino Franco Prosecco, St.-Germain, aperol, and blood orange).

“We wanted to give our guests the greatest possible range of choices,” Fenton said.

Feature photo by Libbyvision.com

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