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“Home raised goodness”
Review of Coolinary Cafe

Coolinary Cafe
Ranked #10 of 218 Restaurants in Jupiter
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: American
Dining options: Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed June 2, 2012

This place is a must check out! Food is all locally produced in Florida or in the United States. Putting a spin on classic dishes with amazing and unique combinations.
Gave atmosphere an average only due to the seating.

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Reviewed June 1, 2012

My friend and I got to this cafe when the doors were being opened for lunch so we were seated righ away. When we left there were at least 20 eager diners waiting outside. That should tell you how popular this restaurant has become. My friend took the waiter's advice and ordered the award winning fried chicken but would not order it again. Yes, it is a creative approach but in the end fried chicken served on a thick waffle with cole slaw and syrup is just too complicated. I had an entree salad that was fantastic. Grilled shrimp, cooked to perfection, served over greens with asparagus and pears with a goat cheese and poblano dressing. I will be back to order it again. The decadent chocolate cheesecake, served with fresh berries and whipped cream was perfect to share. The service was excellent and the sleek, clean, upscale atmosphere was very welcoming. I am looking forward to taking my husband to try all the interesting entrees for dinner.

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Reviewed May 28, 2012

If you live in Palm Beach County and are a true foodie (this means you actually love to cook and are a student of good food, not a person with a $8,000 viking range at home that gets used once a month when you hire someone to cater a dinner party) you will rejoice at this treasure in, hold on to your hats....NORTH COUNTY!!!! From the mason jar "chandeliers" to the soft cotton "picnic" napkins, you will be welcomed by a warm, friendly, laid-back atmosphere. Owners Tim and Jenny Lipman (do they ever rest?) are omni-present and make you fell as though you are at their home for a casual dinner party. Tim works hard to source locally whenever possible, and thrills the tastebuds with innovative and playful menu items like rabbit tacos, boneless fried chicken over cheddar waffles, and the illusive lamb burger, last served with bacon and tomato preserves and goat cheese. Daily specials for lunch and dinner are posted on their FB wall. (My personal fave was the barley/duck risotto with poblano and apple) The staff is friendly and accommodating, the environment chill, and the wine list small but creative. I can't get enough of this place! WARNING: Fake "foodies" will be readily distinguishable and should just keep driving down to Buccan on Palm Beach.

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Thank idratherbeinitaly
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Reviewed May 19, 2012

We had two entrees and an app; the jumbo shrimp with goat cheese was good, but maybe a little busy, the grouper cheeks was very fishy,. My wife ordered the duck breast, and liked it okay but was disappointed with the sides. As with Leftovers and Food Shack, which we passed on to come here, u pay a premium for the product....u better execute. Not sure they are there yet, Waiting and asking for the check, in such a small seating has no excuse.

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Thank zo6man34531
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Reviewed May 12, 2012

Just tried Coolinary Cafe for the first time, but certainly not the last! Great little place with an adventuresome menu. Unusual and delightful spice and herb pairings.

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Thank drmakh
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