Vero Vine Top 9 Newly Opened Restaurants 2019

Vero Beach is expanding its pallet! There are so many new local restaurants it’s getting hard to keep track – check out this list of recently opened hot spots around Vero!


Dinner Revolution

Dinner Revolution’s biweekly revolving menu specializes in fresh dishes from around the world featuring healthy, local ingredients. Dine in or take out!


First Watch

Here at First Watch, we begin each morning at the crack of dawn, slicing fresh fruits and vegetables, baking muffins and whipping up our French toast batter from scratch. Everything is made to order and freshness is never compromised. We don’t use heat lamps or deep fryers — we use only the finest ingredients possible for the freshest taste around. When you arrive, we welcome you with a pot — not just a cup — of our Project Sunrise coffee, along with complimentary newspapers and WiFi Internet access.


Michael’s on 7th

A casual environment with the freshest farm to table ingredients & raw bar.


The Edgewood Eatery

Open for lunch & dinner! Fresh menus with changing specials and features.


Sun Market Sauce Co

Handmade soups/salads & fresh bread and sweets.


Miss Saigon Restaurant

First renowned authentic Vietnamese restaurant in Vero Beach.


Ono Luau

Our mission is to provide an authentic island cuisine with trending twists, healthy fresh ingredients and a local Aloha!


Urban Bricks

Urban Bricks serves ‘brickin’ good’ authentic, customizable pizza, pasta, paninis and salad with an all-American attitude. With a culture that’s edgy, outgoing and progressive, Urban Bricks allows guests to build-your-own meal for one flat price, using freshly made dough and choosing from more than 30 ingredients that are prepared fresh each morning. Unlike other fast-casual concepts, Urban Bricks offers delivery, drive-thru and full bar options. Founded in 2015, the San Antonio-based franchise is set to open more than 50 locations in the next three years.


Chronic Tacos

Great service, music, and artistic design is essential– but it the food is the cornerstone.

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