May 23, 2022

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Okeechobee Steakhouse sister eatery opens

West Palm Beach’s iconic Okeechobee Steakhouse will welcome a new sister steakhouse in suburban Jupiter this 7 days. Lewis Steakhouse will make its debut on Indiantown Road at 4 p.m. Friday.

It is the initial time the Okeechobee relatives has opened a steakhouse in just about 75 years, suggests third-era operator Ralph Lewis.

“We’ve opened a number of other restaurants, but this is the initial venture into yet another steakhouse. It’s thrilling for my family and for myself,” he suggests.

Lewis Steakhouse, which will serve supper and delighted hour nightly, has transformed the former Giuseppe’s Italian Cafe place in the Chasewood Plaza, situated on the corner of Central Boulevard. 

“We did a entire renovation, gutted out the place. It has a definitely awesome, upscale glimpse inside of. The ceiling is beautiful and there’s a beautiful, underlit bar that actually pops,” Lewis says of the 150-seat steakhouse.

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Ralph Lewis, third-generation owner of the iconic Okeechobee Steakhouse, partnered with three of his longtime employees to bring the new Lewis Steakhouse to Jupiter.

The Jupiter location is special to his family, says Lewis.

“We appear forward to getting in Jupiter. We’re locals. My family members has roots below because the 1950s. My mother and maternal grandparents moved to Jupiter in 1957,” he says.

What is on the menu at Lewis Steakhouse in Jupiter?

Diners can expect a menu that is targeted on key meats with price ranges very similar to individuals of Okeechobee Steakhouse, he states. Lewis Steakhouse’s steak prices begin at $49.99 for a 10-ounce, trademarked Palm Seashore sirloin, and they are served with a preference of potato and a residence salad.