Pulling up your boat to a lovely waterside restaurant after a day of boating or fishing: that is truly living the South Florida dream.
And if you haven’t experienced a post-boating stop along the Intracoastal Waterway for a piña colada or smoked fish dip, Gulfstream Boat Club is happy to be your guide!
GBC can suggest restaurants from Boca Raton to Jupiter that will make your boat rental that much better. Have you organized a GBC fishing charter or cruise?
Let your captain do the docking!
Dockside Dining Restaurants
- Waterstone Resort & Marina, Boca Raton
Located at the Boca Inlet, a nice cruise from GBC’s Delray location, Waterstone Resort & Marina offers guests and locals Boca’s only “on-the-water” dining experience.
Choose from two restaurant options: casual poolside dining at Waterstone Rum Bar & Grill; or Boca Landing Restaurant, an upscale “on-the water” dining experience, highlighting prime seafood and crafted cocktails.
Delray Beach’s public dock at 802 NE First Street can accommodate a few smaller boats and is easy walking distance from Atlantic Avenue’s shops and restaurants.
The dock is currently closed due to damage from last year’s king tides, but for the moment, these two restaurants are more than happy to accommodate you and your GBC boat.
2. Deck 84
840 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
One of Delray’s most popular restaurants, offering casual fare, a hopping bar scene, and live music.
3. Che!!! 900 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
An elegant but friendly Argentine steakhouse with a can’t-miss Sunday brunch buffet.
3. Prime Catch, Boynton Beach
Prime Catch is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week and features fresh fish, lobster, seafood, and steak. With a wine cellar of more than 3,000 bottles, you’ll certainly find a wine (or two) with which to toast your fellow boaters!
4. Two Georges, Boynton Beach
We’re partial to Two Georges, as GBC’s Boynton location is adjacent to the restaurant. Take a fishing charter out in the morning and return to a fun and relaxing meal at this waterfront restaurant, lounge, and sports bar.
5. Banana Boat, Boynton Beach
With 250 feet of boat dockage, Banana Boat is a perfect spot to dock, enjoy a rumrunner and a burger on the covered patio, and watch the boats go by.
6. Old Key Lime House, Lantana
With the “largest tiki bar in South Florida,” this historic spot is popular for seafood, an award-winning key lime pie, and killer sunsets.
Palm Beach Shores
7. Sailfish Marina, Palm Beach Shores
Just over the Blue Heron Bridge that leads to Singer Island, Sailfish Marina is a Florida favorite. On Thursdays, the restaurant attracts crowds along the nearby docks with live music, food, arts and crafts, and a beautiful view.
Palm Beach Gardens
8. Waterway Café, Palm Beach Gardens
The Waterway has been a South Florida tradition since 1986. The whole family will enjoy the fresh seafood, steak, chicken, pasta, custom-made pizza entrees and desserts.
9. Seasons52, Palm Beach Gardens
Keep it healthy with Seasons52’s fresh, seasonal, calorie-conscious menu. (Don’t worry, there’s a bar!) Generous patio seating and great for larger parties.
10. U-Tiki Beach, Jupiter Inlet Marina
Leave from GBC’s Lantana location for a cruise up to Jupiter. The Jupiter Inlet Marina offers several slips for parking, and U-Tiki offers delicious food, a sushi menu, and memorable views of the Jupiter Lighthouse.
Boating is our passion. Make it yours. Call Gulfstream Boat Club at 561.865.7797 to schedule a boat; we’ll even make your dining reservation!