Cooking up a storm in the kitchen is what inspired the opening of Hurricane Café by chef and owner Scott Phillip. Serving the hungry and thirsty patrons of Juno Beach,FL for over 10 years, Hurricane Café provides a relaxing atmosphere where the food does all of the talking.With an ever-changing surf and turf menu comprised of grilled swordfish, shrimp appetizers, NY strips, pot roast, and fish sandwiches, Hurricane Café uses only the freshest ingredients. With a passion for quality, cooking, and service, chef Phillip and his friendly and knowledgeable staff set the standard for American cuisine offering local beer and wine pairings for every meal. Open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, patrons can enjoy their favorite American cuisine with a twist. Love eggs Benedict for breakfast? Try it with the restaurant's savory crab cake. Take a break from the beach and pop in for lunch for the blackened dolphin (but really, tuna) sandwich. There’s no wonder Hurricane Café is Zagat Rated “Excellent 2004-2013” and voted “Best Breakfast 2010” and “Best Lunch Spot 2006.” Stop by for the restaurant's sunset menu from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. for tasty appetizers like shrimp scampi, fish and chips, or sautéed shrimp with sweet coconut sauce. The dinner menu is loaded with big plates to keep you satisfied through the night, including dishes like savory homemade New England clam chowder and sweet chili roasted salmon. Find your catch of the day at Hurricane Café today. Call (561)630-2012 today to make a reservation, or visit online to see the full menu and daily specials.