Lynora’s, the Clematis Street restaurant that serves updated red-sauce Italian cuisine and hosts one of the liveliest brunches in town, is branching out soon in Jupiter.
A second Lynora’s location is expected to open the second week of October, according to the restaurant.
Inspired by a family-owned restaurant that operated in Lake Worth for more than 30 years, the new Lynora’s opened on downtown West Palm Beach’s main dining drag in 2014. This fall, co-owner Angelo Abbenante and his family will open the spinoff location at 1548 North US Highway 1 in Jupiter.
At a total of 2100 square feet, including indoor and outdoor spaces, the new restaurant won’t be as large as the Clematis Street trattoria. It will boast a wood-burning oven, an open kitchen and a bar.
On the menu: small plates, salads, pizzas and many of Lynora’s most popular main dishes.
Lynora’s will be open every day for lunch and dinner. It will also offer a weekend brunch.