Five Must-Try Restaurants on Florida’s Treasure Coast - Food & Beverage Magazine

Five Must-Try Restaurants on Florida’s Treasure Coast

District Table & Bar – District Table’s open kitchen serves seasonal, New American fare with a Southern drawl. Enjoy a Wahoo Ceviche served on top of an aji amarillo and pumpkin puree; Pork Schnitzel with pomme puree, pickled apple, and sauerkraut; and Buttermilk Pie topped with preserved fig and almond granola.

The Grove – Owned by two sommeliers, The Grove is one of two restaurants in Martin County that has received a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. Delight in their tasty dinner menu, including Pistachio Pesto Gnocchi; Seafood Lasagna layered with a Béchamel sauce, Parmesan, and mozzarella; and a Chocolate Pasta Tower with mascarpone créme and a berry compote.

Hudson’s On The River – This hidden gem in Stuart boasts fresh seafood, creative mixed drinks, and sunsets over the St. Lucie River. Choose from menu items, including Crab and Corn Chowder with fresh crabmeat, bacon, corn, potatoes, and a creamy broth; Duck Two Ways with a seared duck breast, confit legs, pork belly and pineapple fried rice, roasted asparagus, and pear teriyaki; and a Deconstructed Coconut Cream Pie served with an almond crumble, whipped cream, and graham cracker ice cream.

Chef’s Table – Enjoy bold New American and Italian cuisine at the intimate eatery that seats up to 46 people. Try their special prix fixe menu that includes a classic Shrimp Cocktail, Lasagna Bolognese with traditional Roman beef and pork ragu, and a Nutella-Misu – a modern spin on the classic Italian dessert.

Stringers Tavern & Oyster Bar – Savor reimagined, classic dishes with the ambiance of Stuart’s fishing history. A restaurant tribute to the town’s boat building industry, Stringers’ prix fixe menu includes Tuna Poké Nachos topped with Wakame, wasabi crema, and a Sriracha aioli; Seafood Gumbo made with Florida pink shrimp, scallops, chicken, and andouille sausage; and White Chocolate Coconut and Cashew Bread Pudding served with roasted pineapple and a rum caramel.

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