Fort Pierce Restaurants

  • chuck's restuarant & bar
    chuck's restuarant & bar
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  • cobb's landing
    cobb's landing
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  • Bob's Oysters
    Bob's Oysters
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    Harbor Cove Restaurant: Harbortown Marina's restaurant

    by grandmaR Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The Harbor Cove Restaurant offers waterfront dining on three sides. Open for lunch 11-3, dinner 4-9 weekdays and 4-10 weekends. Daily early bird and happy hour 4-6 p.m.

    Dock address is Mile Marker 184. When you dock, they're only ten feet away. Formerly the Harbortown Fish House Restaurant you can expect solid seafood, well prepared, reasonably priced and cheerfully served

    Licensed for package sales to boaters. Plans are underway to use VHA radio for nearby boaters to order food and beverage.
    Clear international customs by phone (particularly useful for boaters going to Bahamas).

    Favorite Dish: The early bird specials were very good and our bill was only $27.22 for two. Early bird specials are limited - two are pictured - steak and crab cake. Dessert was included in the price.

    When we were here in 2011, they had a fixed price dinner which was $13.95, but it was too much for us to eat because it included an entree, vegetable, salad and dessert, , so we just had the regular menu. Bob had a dozen raw oysters and peel and eat shrimp and I had
    coconut shrimp and we each had an ice cream parfait.

    The menu board says:Black-n-Blue Ribeye $17.95; Encrusted Grouper $16.95; Seven Sea Dolphin $15.95; Clams Fra Diable $13.95; Mozzstix $3.95
    Soup - Beef Stew
    Chili
    Fresh Catch - Flounder, Grouper, Dolphin

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    cobb's landing: on the river

    by doug48 Written Jan 16, 2011

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    cobb's landing

    cobb's landing restaurant is located on the indian river next to the fort pierce city marina. cobb's landing offer steaks and seafood. cobb's landing has a tiki bar with a view of the fort pierce city marina. a fun place to eat and drink in downtown fort pierce.

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    chuck's: seafood

    by doug48 Updated Jan 16, 2011

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    chuck's restuarant & bar

    chuck's has been a fort pierce institution since 1961. chuck's specializes in local seafood. chuck's has a full bar and a deck over looking the fort pierce inlet. a great place to have lunch and dinner in fort pierce. moderately priced.

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    Bonna's Cafe: Breakfast or Lunch in the Marina

    by grandmaR Updated Jul 4, 2008

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    In addition to the Harbor Cove restaurant, there was a deli on the marina grounds which was called Harbortown Deli. We went over there for lunch the first time we went to this marina.

    Later it changed the name to Bonna's Cafe. We have not been there after this first time because the guys at the marina were not very enthusiastic about it. Besides which it only has breakfast and lunch.

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    Original Tiki & Restaurant: On The Water

    by grandmaR Updated Jul 4, 2008

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    Bob walking by Original Tiki

    There are two tiki places right next to each other and right next to the Ft. Pierce Municipal Marana.

    A review of this one on the internet says:
    "Big hype about the burgers,..beefs ok,fries are average,makes you yearn for meatloaf."

    But it was the closest, and so we ate there -it was a bit noisy and very lively.

    Favorite Dish: Dinner for two was $31.55 but we were almost too tired to eat. We were VERY thirsty and drank a lot of water and iced tea.

    Bob had a chicken basket, iced tea and Key Lime pie, and I had a seafood basket, lemonade and a chocolate desert.

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  • 22 Fisherman's Wharf: Fresh Seafood and Great Steaks

    by hem43fish Written Sep 11, 2007

    What makes this place so special is that it is a small family owned restaurant and not some big impersonal franchise restaurant. The food is pretty good especially the seafood and steaks. From Wednesday night to Sunday night there is entertainment in the covered outside area. But in the end it is the people you meet like the owner workers and fellow customers that makes this place so special.

    Favorite Dish: My favorite is the 16oz rib eye steak with plenty of mushrooms on top and a side order of spinach. They get their meat from one of the best steak restaurants in Florida and it's alway tender, juicy and cooked the way I like it.

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    Dino's Family Restaurant: Four Handicapped Spaces

    by grandmaR Updated Dec 10, 2005

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    Chicken, mashed potatoes & gravy ($6.25)
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    Almost everyone at Dinos was in the blue haired set. They have 4 handicapped parking slots, and they need them all. I doubt if there was more than about 4 people in the whole place that were younger than we are.

    Dinos has very cheap but plain food. They have a long list of 'specials' and italian dinners, seafood, salads, and bbq. About the fanciest thing on the menu is chicken cordon bleu.

    I asked the cashier when we left where all these people came from, and she said trailer parks. (They don't take credit cards - only cash)

    Favorite Dish: I had baked chicken, cole slaw, dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy and I told them light on the gravy so it came in a separate dish ($6.25). Bob had turkey and dressing and cranberry sauce and a baked potato ($6.55). Bob had apple pie and I had lemon meringue ($1.75) for dessert.

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    Manatiki: Atmosphere

    by Shetaur1962 Updated Mar 4, 2005

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    The Manatiki is located at the City Marina. Directly across the docks from it is the Tiki Bar. They are two separate restaurants, both with bars and both would make you feel like you are in the Islands. There is usually local talent on Friday nights. You can sit back and relax in the open air bar/restaurants and literally forget where you are. Of course, I usually move in between the two. You can take a stroll down the boardwalk or boat docks. It is usually really busy when there are tournaments going on and the first Friday (weather permitting) they have Friday Fest. Great place to be one way or the other!

    Favorite Dish: At the Manatiki.... I usually go for the fried seafood basket. They have very excellent buffalo shrimp though! Also if my Nephews are in town we usually go through a few buckets of beer.

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    Chuck's Seafood: Best Yellow Fin Tuna in Town

    by Shetaur1962 Updated Mar 4, 2005

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    Chuck's has become quit a legend around here. Hemmingway was said to have eaten there, as well as other famous people. Chuck's is located on the Inlet on the way to South Hutchinson Island (South Beach). Our Hurricanes of 2004 took off the enclosed dining porch, but that has since been replaced with outside dining on the water. (Which is nicer by far in my opinion) Very nice, very laid back. Nice shorts and sandals are the tone. The original part of the building which dates back 75 years has a bar and high top tables, you may order dinner at the bar or eat at the high tops if you prefer the indoor atmosphere..... either is very pleasant!

    Favorite Dish: Appetizer: Oysters Rockefeller - Oysters on the half shell baked with spinach, fresh garlic, cheese and whatever amazing thing they do to it.

    Entree: Chuck's Signature Tuna (Medium Rare) - Yellow Fin Tuna pan seered with black peppercorn and sesame, served with wasabi. Salad and choice of potato comes with. It should be noted that their grilled tuna is equally delicious, however, once I had the Signature I have never order the grilled again.

    Chucks is supposed to be best known for their fried shrimp and yes, they are absolutely wonderful

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    Tiki Bar and Grill: Next to the Municipal Marina

    by grandmaR Updated Jan 8, 2005

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    Mana Tiki

    There are actually two Tiki restaurants right next to each other.

    The Tiki Bar and Grill (or Mana Tiki) was a few steps farther from the marina, and that was steps we just were too tired to take. So we ate at the Original Tiki

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    Subway: Gas Station Stop

    by grandmaR Written Jul 23, 2004

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    Gas Station with Subway

    This is a Subway which is in conjunction with an Amaco or BP gas station on route 1. I haven't been here.

    Sunday 8:00 AM 11:00 PM
    Monday 7:00 AM 12:00 AM
    Tuesday 7:00 AM 12:00 AM
    Wednesday 7:00 AM 12:00 AM
    Thursday 7:00 AM 12:00 AM
    Friday 7:00 AM 12:00 AM
    Saturday 8:00 AM 12:00 AM
    Announcements
    EVERY MONDAY ANY FOOTLONG SUB ONLY $3.49 AFTER 4PM AND ALL DAY SUNDAY ANY 2 FOOTLONGS ONLY $7.99

    Favorite Dish: Other SUBWAY Locations in Ft. Pierce

    4913 South US 1
    Fort Pierce FL 34982
    772-468-8886

    1998 N US 1
    Fort Pierce FL 34946
    772-467-9600

    4090 W Midway Rd
    Fort Pierce FL 34982
    772-461-9455

    7049 Okeechobee Rd
    Fort Pierce FL 34945
    772-466-3092

    4890 Kings Hwy
    Indrio Crossings Shopping Ctr
    Fort Pierce FL 34951
    561-466-6022

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    Max and Megs: In Town

    by grandmaR Updated Jul 16, 2003

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    Square near trestaurnt with inset from menu

    This is a restaurant that apparently has regular art/music events.

    From the internet:

    2003 - June 14th Highwaymen Fest
    Highwaymen Art Fest June 14th - 11am until 4pm. Roy and his Dad with other Highwaymen artists and large number of paintings for sale!

    Admission $4.00 proceeds going to the Ft. Pierce Jazz Society Scholarship Fund. ** Live Jazz ** Wine ** Food ** Paintings & Artists! ** Special Events!!

    When we were there, there was a wine and cheese event across the alley which was ending about the time we had our dinner.

    Favorite Dish: Dinner for two was $35.00

    Their current menu has steaks and roasts on it plus conch fritters, grouper, coconut shrimp and Caeser salad.

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    Ray's Pantry Restaurant: Taylor Creek Commons

    by grandmaR Updated Jul 23, 2004

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    Bob walks over to this shopping center to go to West Marine. He's never been to this restaurant, but it was recommended for breakfast and lunch by the folks at the marina. It is local and not a chain

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    Archie's: Casual Food at the Beach

    by yooperprof Written Jun 22, 2004

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    The waitress will call you

    Cheeseburgers are great here, but you should really get the catch-of-the-day. The Snapper is always excellent. I love to sit out on the deck up front - you're only a few dozen yards from the ocean.

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