Equestrian Park Grill

Estela Lopez

Equestrian Park Grill

16891 Jupiter Farms Rd
Jupiter, Florida, 33478

(561) 748-9918



Equestrian Park Grill Restaurant

If you are the kind of person who has at one point or another uttered the words…”It’s not like Mom or Grandma use to make.”  Then chances are you are someone who enjoys quality home style cooking.  Have you ever wondered why certain cities are known for one style of cuisine or another?  New York for Pizza and Pasta…..Buenos Aires for Charcoal grilling…..Paris for its pastries…..London for Indian cuisine…the list goes on.   The answer is actually a simple one, no real mystery about it…..the old classic way of doing things is usually the best.  The particular foods and styles of cuisine just mentioned where brought to those regions or begun there centuries ago….YES! Centuries ago!  So why would anyone in their right mind tamper with a style of doing something that’s tried and tested for so long????……this is not the case at the Equestrian Park Grill.

So if you are a foodie who enjoys classic home-style cooking, then this is the place for you.

The restaurant blends European heritage with local Southern cultural cuisine. Everything is made in-house with attention to detail, from the old Southern Fried Chicken Recipe, and Mississippi Farm Raised Catfish, to the internationally acclaimed and authentic “Chivito” Steak Sandwich, Italian Cannelloni, and Tapas from Spain, just to name a few.  There is no sports bar atmosphere here, it is a quiet speak easy type establishment set up with discerning diners in mind, who understand making something in-house means it doesn’t come out in 2 minutes. The portions are generous so no one leaves hungry.   It is the kind of place true discerning patrons will appreciate whether having cocktails and tapas at the bar area, or sitting at a table for a complete dining experience….bon appétit!

The Equestrian Park Grill in Jupiter Farms is a unique venue. An old Florida plantation style building with character and charm the likes of which are few.  It is situated in a scenic and serene location, just in-front of the Jupiter Equestrian Park and adjacent to the old fire station.  5 minutes west of the Florida Turnpike on Indiantown road, then another 2 minutes making a left turn on Jupiter Farms Rd  A quiet country setting that is enjoyable for whatever the occasion. The decor is an elegant equestrian theme and style in keeping with the area.  With indoor and outdoor dining it has become a favorite for special occasions and events.  The outside beer garden area is referred to as “The Hitching Post” catering to your four legged  equine friends.  The restaurant has a full bar with daily happy hour from 5-7pm, it is open daily from 4pm to 10pm and closed on Mondays.  Featuring live music one night a week.   It is a child friendly and pet friendly place. Check it out!

About Estela Lopez

I am a foodie with 20 years experience in sales, marketing, and hospitality. My knowledge and experience with different cultures, cuisines and markets, comes from my background and travels.  Before launching the Equestrian Park Grill with owner and business partner Veronica Bellew, I had  experience with a successful establishment in Sydney known as “The Garden of Eden.” That establishment  served as a cafe during the week, with its lovely outdoor grounds and a function venue on weekends. It was featured in “The Sydney Weekender” and “Burke’s Backyard” well known TV shows in Sydney, during its 7 year run.

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