Beacon Debuts a New Menu

This high-end chophouse on the Jupiter waterfront is kick-starting 2023 with new culinary offerings

Lobster bucatini at Beacon. Photo by Michael Albanese
Lobster bucatini at Beacon. Photo by Michael Albanese

If your 2023 resolution was to savor as much new food as possible, then you’re in luck. Beacon, the fine-dining cornerstone of the Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street complex in Jupiter, recently debuted new dishes for happy hour, dinner, and dessert, as well as a prix fixe Sunset Menu.

Described as a “coastal chophouse,” Beacon and executive chef Jordan Lerman are offering new delights across all categories, including apps, mains, and sides. New starters include Thai chili crispy shrimp, a jumbo lump crab cake, and lobster bisque, as well as salads such as a burrata and a chophouse wedge. New entree options range from short rib Bolognese and lobster bucatini, to grilled branzino with herb salsa verde, to Wagyu sirloin and frites or a 32-ounce tomahawk rib eye. Round out the chophouse experience with such sides as a jumbo loaded baked potato, seared asparagus, and creamed spinach. For dessert, executive pastry chef Jenniffer Woo has whipped up a Meyer lemon tart and a Dark Forest mousse, among other treats.

For those who like to dine early, Beacon is offering a new three-course prix fixe Sunset Menu every day from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The menu costs $55 and features a curated selection of apps, entrees, and desserts, including a house Caesar salad, a 6-ounce petite filet mignon with garlic mashed potatoes and seared asparagus, and a Coastal Key Lime Pie with guava foam and toasted coconut.

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