This neighborhood's limited restaurant options sit along the southern border near Fort Pierce North.
Many locals visit the Airport Tiki restaurant for lunch, no travel plans required. As a bonus, you get to watch small planes take off and land from the restaurant's windows.
Al's Red Barn Grill brings plenty of charm with its design that really looks like a big red barn and the setup where you order from a window and eat outside at a picnic table. The menu includes simple American meals like sandwiches and burgers, in addition to Mexican options. Check the daily specials and try the establishment's stock of fresh Florida fruit, such as Honeybell oranges, from its own nearby citrus grove.
Charlene's Coyote Grille in the Road Runner Travel Resort serves American cuisine, including burgers and sandwiches, as well as seafood to fit its location just 15 minutes from the ocean. Choose your fish blackened, jerk flavored, buffalo style, grilled or fried. This restaurant also provides one of your only night time entertainment spots within the neighborhood. It serves beer and wine, and houses
live music on Friday and Saturday nights. For another nightlife option, visit the Endless Summer Vineyard & Winery for wine tastings and events such as concerts and festivals.
If you want more choices for dining and a nightlife, head to Fort Pierce North or the downtown area of Fort Pierce. No nightclubs lie in this area, but residents stumble across many bars here. Most of the restaurants and bars sit along the main highways, such as Federal Highway and State Road 615. Nightlife in the city tends to be quite relaxed and casual.
Try 12A Buoy for lobster macaroni and cheese, conch chowder and other fresh seafood dishes, with a bar to come back to at night. 121 Tapas on the Water serves appetizer meals with Mediterranean flavors and provides nighttime events most nights of the week, including wine pairings, ladies night and live music.