Tequesta Cafe

289 US-1, Tequesta
(561) 408-3798

Recent Reviews

Frederick Ayer

Food was pretty good but selection was limited, I feel that's due to the newness which I was fine with. More options can lead to lower quality. Eggs Benedict was different than corner cafe but still very good, same category. Caprese omelette was 5 star good, refreshing. Service was fast and fresh on Saturday and Christie was great, would have been 5 stars except too pricey for portion size AND only receipt option is email text only; which gathers our info for marketing purposes I presume. Good luck guys, wrong crowd for that.


They are new so we wanted to support our local small business owner. Breakfast menu was beyond basic and nothing special. We both ordered eggs over medium, hashbrowns/home fries, sausage and toast. Eggs were flavorless and no salt, home fries tasted like raw bell peppers. Sausage was the best thing we received. Had high hopes after all the articles and interviews I read but those were soon dashed. Won't return. But I do wish them the best of luck and success in the future!

Denise Hoag

New cafe in town food is great. They have wine and beer. If it's packed expect a delay on food. All food is made fresh to order. Guess thats why it's so good?

Sherry A.

Been curious to try this place since it opened, but no menus posted anywhere (I just posted one in photos) so we didn't rush in. Anyway, we gave it a chance today. The food was good, but not special. The portions were a little small compared to others around. The menu is fairly limited and there is no kids menu. Our table had Benedict's, pancakes, and waffles. Two of the meals came with sides of bacon and we ordered an extra side of bacon ($5). The table received one small plate with about 3 total pieces of bacon on it (and no bacon on the plates it should have come on). The OJ is not fresh squeezed. We never got the water we ordered. I got my own cream from another table. I can give the service a bit of a pass because the place is fairly new. Just know there's no one to greet you as you walk in. You can seat yourself, though that's not noted anywhere. Other customers already seated let us know. For me, the real question is: is this better than other existing options in town or does it offer something different than you can get somewhere else? For me, the answer is no. Gallery Grille offers more variety at better prices and with better service. So do other places in Jupiter and Juno. Plus, the lack of music meant you could hear the conversations at all the other tables. I hope they work out the customer experience because it's not a bad place. There's just so much strong competition.

Maria Scott-Barbieri

Eggs Benedict with perfectly ripe avocado on a slice of baguette...Yummy! I’m thrilled that this old favorite (formerly corner cafe)has been given new life! The new owner is delightful and the food really well done. Looking forward to trying more of the menu!!

Jennifer Ruyack

Excellent, friendly service and delicious food! Very cute spot and my entire family loved their dishes. Everything fresh and homemade. We will definitely be back!

Janine Murray

The food is great, the staff is friendly & accommodating & the atmosphere is welcoming. What a great place to eat & have conversation ☆☆☆☆☆

Suzanne Fuchs

Great brunch options. The food is delicious. I definitely recommend for all taste buds. The lobster roll and french fries are some of the best in palm beach county. They have a waffle maker that makes delicous waffles and their syrup and whipped cream is made in house. I am getting hungry just writing about Tequesta Cafe! Go check them out.

Dr. Suz Heals

One of my favorite new spots in jupiter/tequesta! The service is great and food even better. I have visited twice and been very pleased. Right now they serve daily breakfast, lunch and sunday brunch. They plan on opening for dinner after the holidays. Both visits I had the lobster roll and splurged and had a side of French fries. I have tried many lobster rolls in my day and this is one of the best I have ever had. The bun is soft and buttery filled with a delicous lobster salad. The fries were made just right and portion size perfect. I tried a few other things including the waffle topped with their homemade whipped cream, maple syrup and fresh berries. My friends had the eggs Benedict which they said was very good and the turkey wrap. The decor is really nice and restaurant very clean. You can tell the owner, chef and staff really love what they do. I will definitely be back and look forward to dinner. I highly recommend if you are in the area.

Gabriel Bazano

Went there on opening day with my wife and 3 kids. Place looks amazing but the food and the service do not match the new look. We waited 45 min for our food, once the table came out only my kids pancakes were served. With my wife we had to wait another 20 minutes for outlr food. My wife eggs Benedict with potatoes were cold and had no seasoning. My eggs with hash were cold as well. At the end the owner/manager just gave us our check and told me she understand if we didnt want to leave a tip as she walked away. Not going back for while, hopefully they get better

Antonino Bologna

Came here looking for the Corner Café; found out that the Tequesta Brewing Company (TBC) has purchased it and is now remodeling the space for their new breakfast restaurant.

Jmy M.

Nice breakfast spot. Quick and friendly service, good food. No frills type of place. Give it a shot.


We very often go to the corner cafe for lunch. Their tuna and chicken salad sandwiches are very good. We’ve also had the eggs Benedict. Very good. Friendly staff. Good service.


Great burger and a quick beverage. Good selection of beer choices and sandwich selection. Conveniently located on the "corner" of the plaza.

Gail L.

Food was good but older man that took order was rude. Not sure that I would go back, there are so many other restaurants nearby!

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