Between a prized wine list and elegant surf and turf cuisine and the varying settings of the beach, The Sandbar, and terrace, here are three ways to do dinner differently during a stay at Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa.
Food & Drink
Dining at Opal Sands Resort is certainly about the food – after all, all the dining outlets are serviced by its award-winning restaurant. But they also come in some delicious settings. Here’s how to best sample – and savor – them all in one day.
Simply a swan sculpture it is not. The Glacier Ice Bar that descends upon The Sagamore Resort every January is an Instagram eye-candy extravaganza entirely made out of ice.
Zota Beach Resort may boast modern and stylish architectural touches and accommodations, but don’t misinterpret that to read as “not suitable for children.”
This winter, Opal will add two more Key West, Florida, properties to its collection. But just because they share the same zip code, don’t think that that means they are carbon copies of each other. Read on to see what makes each of these gems uniquely Opal.
Say sayonara to the spiked seltzers, palomas, mojitos, and crisp white wines of summer, and hello to some of our fall favorites – whiskeys, rum, liqueurs, and seasonal beers and wines – to start stocking up within your own bar.
The Capitana Key West, Key West’s newest boutique hotel opening in December of 2020, is inspired by the famous shipwrecks that dot the shores off the Florida Keys.
The hardest part won’t be finding a way to get on the water in Key West, but a way to fit all these unique aquatic adventures in during your next visit.
Taking in the famous Gulf Coast sunset from the perfect perch is one thing, but accenting it with sunset-inspired cocktails and custom-crafted dishes brings it to a whole new level at Treasure Island Beach Resort.
(Above) © The League Collective, @leaguetravels Dining in an outdoor setting