Mother’s Day is coming, take mom somewhere special for lunch. With Vero’s weather eating outside is always a great option, we have come up with some local hot spots that offer outdoor seating that mom will love!
At Baci Trattoria, we have built a great reputation for quality food with a diverse menu, awesome presentation, excellent service, and a professional staff, all while striving to orchestrate the perfect event for you and your guests.More Details
You will find that we are more than just a restaurant. We serve great food, really cold drinks, our bars are equipped with tap lines that chill our beer to 33 degrees, ensuring each domestic, imported, or craft draft beer is perfectly chilled. We accommodate large parties, banquets, and we would love to host your upcoming event.More Details
Here at Sammy’s Mediterranean Café our focus is on providing authentic and healthy food from all over the world, specializing in Lebanese and Greek cuisine.More Details
Mulligans Beach House
Our restaurants are open 7 days a week, 365 days a year to serve breakfast, lunch & dinner. Mulligan’s offers an array of daily drink and food specials. Mulligan’s Beach House Bar & Grill is fun and family-oriented.More Details
Osceola Bistro’s menu represents an array of flavors and influences from around the world showcasing Chef Bireley’s culinary travels. In an effort to support the local economy, promote sustainable sourcing and to further express his love of Vero Beach, Chef Bireley strives to purchase as many fresh ingredients from local farmers and fisherman as possible. In addition, Chef Bireley chooses to conduct other business matters with small local businesses and vendors wherever possible.More Details
Waldo Sexton arrived in Vero Beach in the 1920’s and proceeded to build the Driftwood Inn, one of the most extraordinary structures in the South. Sexton, founder of McKee’s Jungle Attractions, also in Vero Beach, built his sprawling dream of cypress logs and pecky-cypress paneling from the swamps around the Blue Cypress Lake about 26 miles away. Townspeople who remembered the 1930’s describe Sexton pacing up and down the beach shouting verbal instructions to the crews, who worked by voice command only, without plans. The result was a two-story hotel with balconies everywhere surrounded by pole railings with turned or peeled-log supports.
Inspired by the exciting and always evolving pizza scene in NYC, Station 49 crafts unique pizzas with fresh ingredients. The menu at Station 49 goes beyond great pizza too. Italian street food bites like arancini (approved by authentic Italians!), fresh house-made pastas, salads that are somehow delicious and healthy, entrees that Dino has perfected over the years in NYC and fresh house-made desserts that you won’t want to miss. There’s also a large selection of craft and big-name beers and a great selection of wine.More Details
The critics are calling it American (New), American (Traditional), Asian Fusion, Barbeque, Cajun/Creole, Greek and Mediterranean, Sandwiches, Seafood, Soul Food, Southern, Tex-Mex and Vegetarian Cuisine. All custom made for you while you pick and choose whatever fresh ingredients you want to eat.More Details
Love an outdoor setting with fantastic food and just a short walk away from the beach? Casey’s Place is your place then! Located on the corner of Cardinal Drive and Azalea Lane in beautiful Vero Beach, it is a local favorite. Some regular customers drive from as far away as West Palm Beach just to get a taste of Casey’s! The trademark market umbrellas create a comfortable shaded setting at the large classic wooden tables.More Details