Indian River food truck provides sustenance for body and soul
Simonsen’s recipe still whips up sweet memories decades later
When Hassie Russ’ husband, Charles, opened a grocery store on Fort Pierce’s Avenue D in 1965, she helped stock the shelves, sweep the floors and mind the counter. She was content to do this for a decade, but she harbored a dream of her own. Russ had always loved cooking and wanted to share her favorite Southern dishes with friends, neighbors and the business community by opening a restaurant.
Downtown Stuart restaurant focuses on seafood
Taco restaurant is not your typical hole in the wall
Every bite is a forkful of French flavors at Vero bistro
Gracious owner, familiar menu keep patrons coming back to Bobby’s
Try as he might, Tony Carpentier just can’t stay away from his Shuckers restaurant on Hutchinson Island.
Customers have returned for food, view since 1941
Jensen Beach restaurant’s sizzling steaks draw patrons from near and far