5 Great Restaurants in Vero Beach Worth Trying This Winter

Dated: January 14 2023

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If you're looking for a new place to eat in Vero Beach this winter, we've got you covered. Here are five great restaurants that are worth trying out.

5 Great Restaurants in Vero Beach Worth Trying This Winter

Check out these five amazing restaurants in Vero Beach you may enjoy:

  • Ocean Grill at 1050 Beachland Boulevard
  • Crab Stop of Vero Beach at 89 Royal Palm Pointe
  • The Tides Restaurant at 3103 Cardinal Drive
  • The Wave Kitchen and Bar at 3244 Ocean Drive
  • Frenchie's Vero Beach at 1517 Ocean Drive

Here's a closer look at each.

Ocean Grill

Address: 1050 Beachland Boulevard Ocean Grill is a seafood-focused restaurant located along the Indian River Lagoon. You'll find an extensive menu of fresh fish and shellfish, cooked in a variety of ways. The restaurant also offers a wide selection of wines and craft beers to pair with your meal. Ocean Grill is known for its stunning views – the view from their outdoor seating area is simply breathtaking.

Crab Stop of Vero Beach

Address: 89 Royal Palm Pointe Crab Stop is a great spot for seafood lovers. This casual and family-friendly restaurant offers delicious crab dishes, as well as other seafood favorites like fried fish, shrimp, oysters, and more. And don't forget to order their signature beer-battered onion rings!

The Tides Restaurant

Address: 3103 Cardinal Drive The Tides is a great spot for seafood lovers who want to enjoy their meal with a beautiful view. The restaurant overlooks the Indian River Lagoon, giving guests the perfect backdrop to their meal. The menu offers a variety of fresh fish dishes prepared with an Italian twist.

The Wave Kitchen and Bar

Address: 3244 Ocean Drive The Wave Kitchen and Bar is a laid-back restaurant serving up fresh seafood, sandwiches, salads, and more. The menu also includes vegan options. Plus, the bar offers craft beers on tap, specialty cocktails to sip on, and live music every night.

Chez Frenchie's Vero Beach

Address: 1517 Ocean Drive Chez Frenchie's is a Steak and Seafood restaurant in a cozy and warm atmosphere. Located in a quiet corner across the street from the beach in beautiful Vero Beach, Florida, Chez Frenchie's restaurant offers a wide variety of prime meats from Creekstone Farm in Kansas, as well as fresh local seafood, all prepared the way you would find it on the French Riviera. Chef Jean "Frenchie" was born in Paris and lived more than 25 years in the south of France in such cities as Nice, Cannes and Monaco, where he learned the culinary art of French cuisine.  Chef Frenchie has assembled a staff dedicated to making your visit an exceptional — and relaxing — dining experience, serving dishes like you would find in his hometown, Nice.

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Born and raised in Vero Beach, FL, Kyle Von Kohorn is remarkably well-acquainted with this lovely coastal town and its satellite communities. After earning his degree in Business Administration at ....

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