Thank You For Choosing
Ganim’s Juno Beach Café
Hello, and Welcome! We are honored you chose Juno Beach Café!
If you’re new to JBC, I want to introduce my family to you! My parents, Don and Mary Ann began this amazing business, Juno Beach Cafe, in 1998 after owning Ganim’s Kountry Kitchen in Key Largo since 1989. My older sister is Christine, and she is married to Juan. They own a lawn service business in the Keys, and they have two daughters, Angelica, a freshman who is killing it at Santa Fe State College, and Diana, who is dual-enrolled and will graduate in June. Stephanie is my younger sister (yup, I’m in the middle!). She is a schoolteacher, also living in the Keys. Jake, her oldest, is rocking Auburn University, Zack is a senior in high school visiting colleges, and Luke is moving through high school with ease! As I said, I, Terri, am the “middle child” and manage the day-to day-operations of JBC. My husband, Keith, and I have two young children, Jack and Olivia, who also “work” at the restaurant when they want to.
Uncle Eddie was my dad’s uncle, my great uncle, who owned eight pancake houses in and around Great Falls, Montana, in the 1950’s and sixties. Many summers, my dad would visit Uncle Eddie and began learning the restaurant business. Uncle Eddie would let my dad mix the pancake batter, but only Uncle Eddie would prepare the secret ingredients he called the “dynamite.” Years after Uncle Eddie’s passing, my dad acquired his famous pancake recipe, and JBC continues to honor him by proudly serving his 65-year-old pancake recipe, affectionately known as “UEPs!”
We have been so blessed, and God continues those blessings on us every day. We are grateful for all our guests who have been with us for many years, those guests whom we meet daily, and greatly miss those who have gone before us. We ask God to watch over you and your families during your travels and look forward to the next time we meet.
We hope you enjoy the experience!!
Don and Mary Ann Ganim
Terri and Keith Anderson