Friday, January 14, 2011

Hurricane Café - a blast of good food in Juno Beach

Hurricane Café
14050 US Hwy 1 (closest cross street: Donald Ross Road)
Juno Beach, FL
Breakfast – 7-11 a.m. (with early bird 8-9 a.m. for $4.75). Extended weekend breakfast hours
Lunch – 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Dinner – 4 -9 p.m. (Sunset  dinner 4-6 p.m.)

By Jane Feehan

For some of us in South Florida, an establishment with the word “hurricane” attached to its name may conjure up images of a rough refuge taken during a storm where food, some adult beverages and fun-loving, adventurous company serve as ingredients for a party.

A tropical storm doesn't provide locals a reason to gather at the Hurricane Café in Juno Beach – the food does.

Breakfast, served with a basket of thick slices of toast, draws a loyal following. A meal is delivered within minutes of placing an order (good for those on their way to work). They know eggs done any way with omelets their specialty. They also do a great job with waffles and pancakes. For those who need a morning jolt, the Hurricane Café offers a variety of coffees, espresso and organic teas.    

Lunch and dinner fare is a significant cut above a corner café and includes overstuffed sandwiches, vegetarian dishes and comfort foods like Yankee Pot Roast, N.Y. strip with gorgonzola and hand tossed individual pizzas. Seafood also available. There’s a good selection of wines (no hard liquor) to top off the dinner menu.

Hurricane Café’s interior is simple with a breakfast-place-look, far from elegant if one is looking for sophisticated ambiance for a special occasion or date. My advice is to take a seat on the patio, which offers a more pleasant atmosphere for dinner, weather permitting.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A seat on the patio would be great if there weren't dogs for company!