Even though Tiger Woods’ new restaurant, Woods Jupiter, opened last month, the menu has not been available to the public until now. Through Yelp! and other review sites, we’ve gotten a peek at the food and the atmosphere that is making Woods Jupiter a success.
According to the Inquisitr, Woods Jupiter is getting great reviews, and many diners and fans are clamoring to get into the Jupiter Florida location at Harbourside. They are raving about the feel of the restaurant, the great service, and especially the food.
Even the categories on the Woods Jupiter menu have something for everyone in any mood. It is divided into the categories of Happy Hour, Start & Flatbread, Salad & Sandwich, Land & Sea, Cocktails & Beer, Bourbons, Cognacs & Rye, Cigar List, and Dessert. Each category has a few things that would leap out at a diner, and it’s far more than sports bar fare.
The starters feature ceviche with Florida snapper, mango and sweet potato chips and a tuna crudo, which is a tuna tartar with jus pear and citrus vinegarette. The portabello flat bread with goat cheese rounds out the starters. Next course is land and sea, which features fare for the red meat lover and fresh caught fish from the region. There are a variety of steaks that can be served with bleu cheese crust or espresso rub. The highlight of the seafood menu is a local caught hog snapper, served with “traditional white wine and lemon.”
Though Woods Jupiter has not yet provided the dessert menu, as they say it changes, diners have raved that the chocolate bacon cake is something to ask about. Tiger Woods obviously enjoys a good cocktail himself, as the signature cocktails at Woods Jupiter are tantalizing. Do you think you would prefer a Cucumber Smash, which has Hendricks Gin, St. Germaine Fresh Lime Juice, and Organic Muddled Cucumbers or a signature Jupiter Sunrise, which is Grey Goose Le Melon, Fresh Lime Juice, Simple Syrup Garnished with Cantaloupe. A drink like that could make you forget a tequila sunrise.
You can end your evening smoking a topnotch cigar while watching your sporting event of choice.
Would you like to try out Woods Jupiter?
Check it out at www.woodsjupiter.com
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