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Dog Areas in Juno Beach

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Don’t let its small population stop you from visiting Juno Beach, or you’ll be missing out on one of the most thrilling opportunities of your life! While Juno Beach is a welcome reprieve from the hustle and bustle of most beaches in Florida, there’s also plenty to keep you occupied during your trip. 

Whether you’re a local to the area, or just want to spend a bit of time away from the stress of your so-called vacation, stopping in at Juno Beach is a choice you’ll be grateful to have made, and your dog will thank you as well. With five restaurants to choose from in the immediate city, as well as being in close proximity to some of the more exciting locales in the area, you’ll have a busy day ahead of you if you decide to spend some time in Juno Beach. 

A definite must-see stop is the Hurricane Cafe, a dog-friendly restaurant with a wide selection of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. You can’t go wrong at the Hurricane Cafe, especially if you and Fido are catching some rays in the outdoor seating area. Their flatbreads can’t be missed, but anything on the menu is great! Bone Appetit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Juno Beach

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    Population Density 1,748/sq mi

    #1 North West Juno Beach

    For your delectable doggy day trip where you’re sure to sample a wide selection of delicious food offerings, your first stop should definitely be Kirby’s Sports Grille -- or at the very least, it should be taken into consideration. At the dog-friendly outdoor tables, you and your pup will be free to enjoy the expansive menu, offering everything from steamed shrimp to buffalo tenders and everything in between. You’ll have plenty of options to choose from, and surely no one will mind too terribly if you sneak your pup a bite of that delicious shrimp. After all, who could blame you with those big puppy dog eyes?
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    Population Density 1,748/sq mi

    #2 Central Juno Beach

    If you’ve brought a small pup along on your trip, the next stop worth making is a ways east, to North Juno Beach proper. That’s where you’ll find Juno Beach Fish House, a dog-friendly seafood restaurant with a selection of Caribbean and Floridian style cuisine. Take a seat at any of their dog-friendly outdoor tables, and pick a delicious meal that’s sure to please. With steak and chicken options for those who don’t enjoy any seafood, you truly can’t go wrong at this little hole in the wall of a restaurant. You can also choose from 20 wines as well.
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    Population Density 1,748/sq mi

    #3 North Juno Beach

    If you’re eager for a bit more of an eclectic touch with your seafood experience, maybe a bit of sushi should be on the menu. If this delicious Japanese dish is what you and pup are craving, you’re in luck! Just mosey on over to Sushi Jo in Central Juno Beach, and choose from any of their divine specialty rolls as well as some of the more classic options. Your dog is welcome to join you at any of the outdoor tables, and a bowl filled with nice cool water will be provided the moment your pup may need it.
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    Population Density 1,748/sq mi

    #4 East Juno Beach

    If you’re looking for a way to wind down toward the end of your trip, head towards the eastern sector of Juno Beach, which is where you’ll find the Thirsty Turtle, a dog-friendly restaurant that serves a number of delicious treats, including wings and seafood. Best of all, with their wide selection of craft beers, you’ll have plenty of choices when it comes to getting a little tipsy with your best pal. After all, no one wants to drink alone, and technically, you’re not alone if Fido is with you! Just bring your trusty collapsible water bowl, and some water for your pup as well. Both of you need to stay hydrated!
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    Population Density 2,921/sq mi

    #5 Estuary

    Lastly -- or maybe first on your list, you rebel you -- you’ll want your pup to run off all of their excess energy. There are plenty of options in the surrounding areas, but your best choice is definitely Jupiter Beach, an off-leash beach where your pup is welcome to go dog wild dipping their toes in the sand and dancing in the waves. Although your dog won’t be welcome in the lifeguard designated areas, there’s still plenty of space for you and Fido to roam free. Bring a frisbee or some other toys, and play a long game of fetch with your pup pal -- who has been such good company!
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