Jensen Beach town

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The main block in Jensen Beach is where Jensen Beach Blvd meets the intracoastal waterway. It is a charming little area of tropical-themed sidewalk cafes with views to the water at the end of the road. Sit out at one of the tables and enjoy the lovely breezes coming off the waterway. Then take a walk past old Caribbean-style houses that are now stores and the impressive pale mint-green community center with its clocktower and tiled compass. Kids love to run around on the compass and see the train mural. This is a modest area with not much sophistication but plenty of sweet breezes off the water.

My favorite spot here is Bunk House Coffee Bar. It is in a little yellow house- if you walk diagonally behind theJensen Beach Barber Shop you will find it. Bunk House Coffee Bar has adorable wicker lights, cute wooden chairs, photos of beach scenes, and big windows. Outside there is a balcony plus patio with a mural of tropical plants. The banana bread and smoothies are delicious! Best of all, the staff are super friendly and outgoing- they are sure to liven your day!
Lazy Dog Donuts (open mornings only) has a patio with tropical trees galore. A classy gift shop is Sand & Sea Boutique, at the very end of Jensen Beach Blvd on the water. Mulligan's is a popular spot because of its balcony with views. Cork'd was recommended to me. 
Across the train tracks, in the Publix shopping plaza, is New England Coffee, and The Scoop Ice Cream. You can use this plaza for parking if you're in a bind. 
Castaways Gastropub, a three minute drive west, was also recommended to me, and has big windows and sports TVs. 
Drive north up Indian River Drive afterwards for lovely views of docks on the intercoastal waterway. For a gorgeous swim in clear, aquamarine waters, a five minute drive east, go to Jensen Beach Park. On weekends, for an amazing playground with a tropical theme, check out Jensen Beach Community Playground at Jensen Beach Elementary, a five minute drive south.  For a Barnes and Noble, Target, Best Buy, and Ross, check out Treasure Coast Mall and Jensen Beach Shops, a nine minute drive west.

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Community Center in Caribbean blue.

Cute old house with tropical feel.

The attractive causeway that leads from the town to the beach.

The oyster bar.

Walkway by the stores.

Cute grassy spot by a bench.

A barber shop.

Mulligan's, with views of the intracoastal from it's upper balcony.

Crawdaddy's, with a piano theme on its roof!

Pink building. I love the colors of the buildings.

Steam train stamp mural, and Jensen Beach Community Center.

Patio outside Lazy Dog Donuts.

Caribbean green building. I love the colors so much!

Historic building at the roundabout and train tracks. Bunk House Coffee is on the right, if you need to find it.

Bunk House Coffee Bar! I love this place.

Bunk House Coffee Bar has an adorable logo. It makes you want to go inside!

Jensen Beach Community Center with a Caribbean blue tower.

Corner table at Bunk House Coffee Bar.

View from the side patio at Bunk House Coffee Bar.

Back patio at Bunk House Coffee Bar.

Inside Bunk House Coffee Bar.

The side patio outdoor seating at Bunk House Coffee Bar.

Yellow umbrellas keep you cool at Bunk House Coffee Bar.

The Caribbean tower and 1c postage stamp mural.

Jensen Beach Inn and oak trees.

Spiderman on a bench, near the Caribbean blue tower.

The Caribbean blue tower of Jensen Beach Community Center, and a compass kids like to step on.

Never Lose Your Way mosaic compass, near the Jensen Beach Community Center.

Yellow building with veranda.

Be the reason someone smiles!

Mulligan's is in a cute building.

Blue building directly on the water, where Sand & Sea gift shop is located.

Boat slips at the end of Jensen Beach Blvd.

The blue color of Sand & Sea gift shop.

Inside Sand & Sea gift shop.

Gifts at Sand & Sea.

The dock at the end of Jensen Beach Blvd.


The main drag of Jensen Beach is at the 1900 block of NE Jensen Beach Blvd.
From Highway 95, exit at Kanner Hwy and follow it for six miles to the northeast into Stuart. Turn right on NE Ocean Blvd and follow it for 3 miles. Turn left on Sewalls Point Rd before the bridge. Follow it for 4 miles into Jensen Beach.
Parking is along Jensen Beach Blvd. There are a few diagonal parking spaces in front of Lazy Dog Donuts. It can be difficult on Fridays and the weekend. If you can't find a parking on Jensen Beach Blvd, you can park in the Publix parking lot and walk over the train tracks to the main block.
Bunk House Coffee Bar, 3181 NE W End Blvd, Jensen Beach, FL 34957. It's easiest to park at the Publix Shopping Plaza and walk across the train tracks to it.


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