Johnny Longboat's is a beach side seafood house and tropical bar at its best. Located on beautiful Singer Island on the beach. Florida hospitality welcomes tourists and locals who receive friendly, attentive service from an energetic staff.
Meet with friends or make new ones at the tropical bar with its flip-flop friendly atmosphere. Sip hand-made tropical cocktails, fresh fruit drinks, or the coldest beer in town. Munch on oysters, clams, conch fritters, chicken wings, and more.
Fresh seafood leads the menu prepared island style along with Johnny’s signature dishes, featuring Grouper in a Bag, a fan favorite. The menu includes fresh fish, shell fish, pastas, salads, juicy burgers, & a two-handed grouper sandwich. While enjoying dinner, the ocean breeze blows gently through the open air dining room.
Whether you come for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or late night drinks & sushi, Johnny Longboat's is an experience for locals that makes them feel like they’re on vacation—or those on vacation feel like they're locals! Johnny Longboat's is situated at 2401 N Ocean Ave on Singer Island where there's ample space for parking outside the restaurant. Outdoor seating is available with full-service!
One of the prominent features of Johnny Longboat's is the tropical bar where anyone can hang out with friends or make new ones. It’s a fun place where locals and visitors alike love spending their time.
The menu of Johnny Longboat's is amazing. We specialize in seafood & sushi, but have a diverse menu to ensure we can accommodate all visitors. Our menu is complete with appetizers, main dishes, deserts, special offerings, and of course a full drinks menu.
Please visit Johnny Longboat's 2401 N Ocean Ave, Singer Island, Florida with your family and friends to enjoy the best taste of food and amazing ambiance.
The Johnny Longboat legend is just that. We cannot substantiate or differentiate between any facts or myths. One thing is for certain, the hurricane that hit this area in September of 1928 with 180 mph winds was one of the worst Palm Beach County has ever encountered.
It’s rumored that Johnny Longboat was a poor fisherman living in Pleasant City, which is now part of West Palm Beach. After the storm had subsided Johnny poled his boat down Lake Worth to discover that the bridge to Palm Beach Island was totally wrecked from the storm. He went ashore to find people in need of help and transported them to the mainland. Johnny worked through the day and night helping families get back to the mainland. He struggled through the challenges, but was successful, in bringing food and fresh water back to the island on every return visit.
It is said that Johnny saved and comforted many people and families that day. He is an unsung hero of this area and why this restaurant is his namesake.