Monthly Archives: December 2019

SANTO’S WOOD FIRED PIZZA RESTAURANT

Santo’s is a family affair!! Outdoor dining or indoors! We love Sicilian flavors!!

American Press Travel News–December 20th–Santos Wood Fired Pizza Restaurant-“On the Road Again” with B N B finding great ethnic Italian/American dishes. Santo’s is a true family restaurant. Folks come for great Sicilian dishes, but also for the conviviality of this friendly place to wine and dine. James Wigg owns Santo’s. He, GM Soey Pak and Katherine Martinez (Shift Manager) operate this excellent restaurant with a crew of waiters, a chef and cooks to perfection. I don’t say this lightly, after dining several days per week at many of the Treasure Coasts fine eateries. Santo’s does shine in comparison to many of them. We ordered a super Margarita Pizza, Chicken Marsala with mushrooms en saute’. Sauces and quality of everything was perfect. We tried their Calamari Fritti, Garlic Knots, and Eggplant Rollatini for apps. Everything was perfect!!! Need I say more? This wood fired Pizza Restaurant also has dozens of dishes and sandwiches to chose from and we’ll be back!!! By the way, all of their pastas were Al Dente’ no soft lifeless noodles here. We did end the meal with coffee and Tiramisu along with Stuffed Zeppole filled with cannoli.  Open for 8-years with Monday through Friday Happy Hours of 1/2 price wines and select appetizers and beers. Give a call to 772-261-8427. They are located at 1319 NE Sunview Terrace, Jensen Beach, FL

 

Barb has it going on! Clams and linguine–WOW!!!! Pasta with Champagne sauce. Truly a memorable meal here.
Tirimasu and coffee, a lovely ending to a great meal!

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Grandpa’s Diner & Flavor Restaurant and Seafood

Reindeer Lady brought us our Antipasto salad at Grandpa’s Restaurant.
Chicken Stew at the Caribbean Restaurant. Great rice and plantanos. This was a Haitian dish.
Antipasto salad for two at Grandpa’s.
A Caribbean meal at PSL’s best Caribbean restaurant.
Grandpa’s offers up many Italian dishes. We did like the Antipasto salad.
Pork chunks at our new Caribbean restaurant with black rice and beans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

American Press Travel News December 5th,Port St Lucie, FL–Bob and Barb “On The Road Again”–Grandpa Bert Veluca, a New York original has had 35-restaurants serving Italian specialties. He retired, but wanted to be socially active and not bored. So, Bert affectionately known as “grandpa”, opened Grandpa’s between Ace hardware and Publics, just off US 1, South Federal Highway. Serving daily breakfast, lunch and dinner. We stopped for lunch and enjoyed shrimp and grits, a broiled cod meal. We tried a short order of chicken wings and drums in garlic and parm sauce, too. Grandpa Bert told us that beef liver and onions, fish and chips, and meatloaf are entrée’s most often ordered at Grandpa’s. Grandpa’s has the breakfast, lunch and dinners anytime you want to visit a real local, non-commercial food spot.
On another day we lunched at Flavor Restaurant and Seafood off of S.W. Bayshore Blvd. They call it “best Caribbean food in town.” We had Stew Chicken with black rice and fried pork dish with mushroomed rice. Flavor Restaurant is located on Bayshore Blvd. in Port St Lucie, FL