If you happen to be anywhere near Jupiter, Florida, but sure to stop for lunch, dinner or at least a beverage at Guanabana. It's a spot to behold and was a highlight of my recent trip to Florida. Not only are the surroundings tropical, lush and colorful, but the food is excellent. Don't miss this restaurant attraction! It's one of a kind! Oh yes, and the Guanabana (also called Soursop) is a flowering evergreen tree, native to Mexico and other countries and its fruit is quite edible. Its sweet pulp is used to make juices, sorbets, ice cream flavorings and candy. It is similar to the Cherimoya and its flavor is a combination of strawberry, pineapple, coconut and banana.