Looking for some good restaurants on singer island? Here you will find their location and what they serve. Enjoy the pleasure of the fine dining on this beautiful island.
Sailfish Marina Resort Restaurant
Sailfish Marina is a great Resort on Singer Island. Here you will find a beautiful Marina with many extravagant features. Walk along the docks and look at the amazing fish below the crystal clear water. Or maybe visit the guest quarters, or the ship store. Eat out at the Marina Restaurant where you can try many of the breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu items. Try the Abaco Grouper, Dolphin, Florida Spiny Lobster, or Stone Crabs for a special treat. With life music every Tuesday, and breakfast buffet on Sat. and Sun 8am- 11pm, you’ll be sure to have a good time.
98 Lake Drive
Coconuts on the Beach at Singer Island
If your looking for a fantastic dinner in a fun environment, head on over to Coconuts on the Beach at Singer Island. This is a restaurant and lounge right on the beach. With live entertainment and great meals you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
3700 N Ocean Dr
Johnny Longboats is a restaurant in Singer Island that was named after the legend of Johnny Longboat. There is nothing that is for certain if this is just a myth or actual face. What is for certain was the hurricane. In the year 1928 a hurricane hit Palm Beach that was catastrophic. The wind speeds hit around 180 mph and the rains caused the Great Okeechobee Flood. There were at least 1,575 people dead because of the horrible storm and its aftermath. As the legend goes,Johnny Longboat was a poor fisherman that lived in Pleasant City. Once the storm had passed Johnny took his boat and poled in down through the water. It was then that he discovered that the bridge from Palm Beach Island was destroyed and could no longer be used. He went on the the shore and found that there were many people in need of help, transportation, and supplies. He worked continuously through the day and night providing that transportation across the water, and bringing back supplies to the people on the island. Johnny is said to have saved and provided necessities to many families, and was indeed a hero. This is why he was chosen to have the restaurant name.Johnny Longboat’s serves Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Great food and friendly staff, you are sure to have a great fun time. Located at 2401 Ocean Avenue, Singer Island, Fl 33404, Over the Blue Heron Bridge on to North Ocean Drive. They are Located on the south end of the Ocean Mall. Visit Johnny Longboats for more information
2401 Ocean Avenue
The Islander Grill & Tiki Bar
The Island Grille & Tiki Bar Offers the most comprehensive services on Singer Island. They Serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with outstanding pizza, and catering & event services.
Wanting to take a break? Relax on the Tiki Bar sipping on a fruit drink that comes in there signature take home glasses! The serve some great itiaian favorite like homemade pizza, calzones, strombolis, along with an extensive customer friendly wine list.
The Island Events and catering offers 3 beachfront venudes that would be perfect for a Weddings, Aniversers, Bar & Bat Mitzvahs, businees & corporate gatherings, and more!
181 Ocean Ave
(561) 842 8282
Max & Eddie’s Cucina
2441 Beach Court
Pizza Lino offers pizza by the slice or order a larger for everyone in your family.
Also available are Steak & Subs, Cold Subs, Baked Specialties, Salads, Antipasto! Call 561-841-0044 Open 7 Days…..Hours 11 – 10 pm Mon-Sat 12-10 on Sunday Across from the Ocean Mall. We at Pizza Lino know that time with your family is precious. Lets us deliver to you at $2 all-day delivery.
2533 Beach Court
(561) 841 0044
Two Drunken Goats
A new place to check out on Singer Island to relax, have a drink and something good to eat. They are open for lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks. They serve fish, sandwiches, salads, burgers, wings you name it. All the informal and fun atmosphere coupled with a great view and you have the perfect place to dine. . Wondering where they got there name from? Well its from the folklore of the two drunken goats, curious? Well then check out the story on there web page Two Drunken Goats
2509 North Ocean Dr