Sailor’s Return celebrates 10 years in business.
Café Martier is a new and welcome addition to the Stuart dining scene.
Since opening in 2018, Rooster in the Garden has become a popular dining spot in downtown Fort Pierce, and for good reason: It’s a charming restaurant with excellent food and service.
Harry and the Natives is a casual restaurant with an eclectic, old Florida ambiance.
There’s no shortage of Thai restaurants in Stuart, but one that stands out from the rest is Emman’s Asian Gourmet.
Specializing in hand-cut steaks, house-made pasta and seafood, Harp’s Restaurant is a relatively recent addition to the Stuart dining scene. The dining space is intimate with coastal-chic decor and a friendly, casual ambiance.
Chef’s Table is an intimate restaurant located in a freestanding building on Ocean Boulevard (next to Carmela’s Brick Oven Pizza).
Located on Dixie Highway in the building that once housed Courtine’s, The Talk:house offers new American cuisine in a modern, casual setting.
The Gafford in downtown Stuart bills itself as a restaurant where “casual meets upscale,” and it’s an apt description. The atmosphere is convivial, but the food leans more to the sophisticated. The Gafford is a family-owned eatery. Rick Wilson is the owner, along with his wife, Elizabeth, and he can be seen most nights expediting orders in the open kitchen or chatting with diners, making sure the food and service are just right. He’s spent more than 30 years in the restaurant business.
A newcomer to the Stuart dining scene, South Fork Kitchen & Bar serves the kind of food that’s as exciting as it is genuine.
The recent opening of The Braford Steakhouse in Fort Pierce has added a real spark to the redevelopment of the historic downtown area. The restaurant is a joint venture between the Adams family and the developer of The Galleria of Pierce Harbor, the upscale shopping center in which The Bradford is located.
Situated in an old bank in the Port Salerno section of Stuart, District Table & Bar offers what chef-owner Jason Stocks calls “new American fare with a Southern drawl.”