TASTE OF THE TREASURE COAST
es — with carving, waffle, seafood and
omelet stations — always sell out.
There are 50 draft beers and 20 reasonably
priced craft cocktails on the menu.
Happy Hour is 3 to 7 p.m., seven days a
week. The Bistro sells the second highest
volume of Budweiser products among
Treasure Coast restaurants, Groth says.
The walls of the restaurant are covered
with relics of roadside Americana, large
signs and all kinds of antiques collected
over the years by co-owner Sofen. It is
like a trip back in time including a collection
of cards from the Titanic. Everywhere
— even in the bathrooms — there
are signs and license plates from the
1940s and ’50s. The large Sinclair gasoline
sign has numerous large caliber bullet
The menu is Floridian mixed with
Americana and some Cajun influences,
says Groth. The most popular dish is
shrimp and grits, while the 10-ounce
burgers — made with a mix of rib meat,
Black Angus beef and brisket — are
always in demand, especially on Burger
Wednesdays when they are marked
down to $6.99. Wednesday is also Trivia
Monday is all-you-can-eat fish night.
Chicken Piccata is a favorite dish with its mix of chicken, pasta and capers in a buttery lemon sauce. Tuesday is Taco Night. Thursday is Greek >>
The 2nd Bistro
Jerry Wagner, coowner
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