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STUART M AGA Z I N E

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Contents NOVEMBER 2020

Features

34 Leading Ladies of the Sea

Three Treasure Coast women crushing the sportfishing game By Stephen Brown

42 Indulge in Design

Stunning Thanksgiving tablescape creations

Photography by Jerry Rabinowitz

48 The Keeper

Textured fall fashion evokes the mysteries of the sea

THE ANGLER’S ISSUE

Luxury fishing boats, SUP fishing gear, handy fishing apps, and more

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Photography by Nick Mele

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In Every Issue 10 Editor’s Note 61 Flavor

Foodie news and dining guide

68 Surf Report

What’s up on stuartmagazine.com

Radar 13 Flying High

Don’t miss the Stuart Air Show November 7-8

14 Buzz

The latest local happenings

16 Arts

Expert advice on curating fine art for your home

A peek at one of the best luxury fishing boats money can buy

20 The Goods

Soup up your SUP for fishing

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18 Off the Charts

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22 Style

Simple ways to update any room: tips from the pros

26 Play

Putting secrets from elite golf coach Mike Malizia of NBC’s Golf Channel

A step-by-step guide to creating the perfect floral arrangement

30 Wanderlust

Texas history and hospitality shine at The Driskill in Austin

ON THE COVER Photographer: Steven Martine

Local spearfisher Cheyenne Lee shot by Stuart Magazine on location at Manatee Pocket in Stuart

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16 ©2020 Palm Beach Media Group North LLC. All rights reserved. Stuart Magazine is published monthly except June and August by Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Known office of the publication 1000 N. Dixie Hwy., Suite C, West Palm Beach, FL 33401. Postage paid at West Palm Beach, FL and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Stuart Magazine c/o Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Subscription price: $29.95 per year. Outside U.S. add $35 per year for postage and handling. Send subscription orders to: Subscription Department, Stuart Magazine, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL, 33480 or e-mail circulation@palmbeachmedia.com. Vol. 20, No. 8, November 2020. Stuart Magazine and Palm Beach Media Group North LLC retain exclusive rights to all editorial and photographic materials used, which cannot be reproduced in any manner without our written consent.

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Linda Houston was the Division Executive of the New England Market for Merrill Lynch Wealth Management where she oversaw 1,500 Financial and Private Wealth Advisors across 7 states with $165 billion in assets and $1.2 billion in revenue. She joined Merrill Lynch in 1984 as a Client Associate and became a Financial Advisor in 1986. In 2008, she was named the National Marketing Director for US Wealth Management. As Regional Managing Director for the New Jersey Region of Merrill Lynch she oversaw the Merrill Lynch flagship World Financial Center complex in New York City. Linda is a graduate of Southern Illinois University.

Tom Lytle’s 40-year career in pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries includes executive positions at Pfizer and Amgen and serving as president of two companies he founded: Strategic Choices, a health care consulting firm, and Melanovus Oncology. In 1993, he retired from the US Army as a Colonel after 26 years of active and reserve service. He was an Adjunct Professor in the graduate level program at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. He holds a BBA from Western Michigan University and an MBA from LaSalle University in Philadelphia. He is a graduate of the Army’s Senior Service Colleges and serves as a Guardian on Honor Flights escorting veterans to Washington D.C.

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Editor’s note

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grew up spending summers on Cape Cod, and my first taste of fishing involved rolling up my worn corduroys and stepping into the Atlantic at low tide to clam-dig with my bare feet. I eventually learned about rods and reels and snapper and snook, and these days I spend many a day fishing the waters of the Loxahatchee River and Jupiter Inlet and, every now and then, pulling bass from Lake Okeechobee. I mean, I’m Portuguese, so it’s kind of in my blood. Still, fishing is merely a fun hobby for me. Not so for our cover model, Cheyenne Lee. She was raised in Stuart, the daughter of a commercial fisherman, and was shooting sheepshead with a sharpened wooden dowel in the first grade. Twenty years later, she’s a spearfisher with six world championships under her belt. Read all about her—and two other amazing local women who fish—beginning on page 34. If you’re inspired by these ladies but not quite ready to dive into the great unknown, turn to page 20 to find some nifty gear to turn your paddleboard into a comfy fishing base. After all, if you’re going to cruise our waters, you might as well try to catch some dinner. And if you are an avid fisherman (with the means to splurge), you won’t want to miss our in-depth look at one of the most luxurious fishing boats on the market on page 18. With fall upon us, turkey and stuffing and friends and family are also on our minds. Many of us may not be able to spend Thanksgiving with our dearest this year because of the ongoing pandemic, but more intimate gatherings will no doubt be had. I’m definitely excited, even more so after seeing the stunning holiday tablescapes local designers created for our photo feature on page 42. Also in this issue, you’ll find lots of expert advice on sprucing up your home this season, should you feel motivated to do so: how to select and display the right artwork, create a stunning autumn floral arrangement, refresh your space without a major overhaul, and more. I hope you enjoy! Peace and blessings,

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freestyle motocross show will feature acclaimed FMX riders from across the country, including world-record holder Cody Elkins (the first person to jump over a flying airplane). November 7-8; 1895 Flying Fortress Lane, Stuart; advance tickets $20/adults, $5/children ages 5 and younger (upgrades like spectator seating and premium parking available online); stuartairshow.com —Melissa Puppo N O V E M B E R 2 0 2 0 | STUART

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CREATIVE CONNECTIONS The St. Lucie Cultural Alliance will present Connecting All Creatives, a social and networking event on November 9 at Lisa Jill Allison Gallery. Guests and members will be able to view current exhibitions and learn about volunteer opportunities at the Cultural Alliance Guild, an arm of the St. Lucie Cultural Alliance dedicated to promoting, exhibiting, and supporting regional visual artists. Mingle with other artists and cultural innovators while enjoying complimentary bites by Deli-Cious. $10 (free for members); 111 Orange Ave., Fort Pierce; lisajillallison.com; 772.361.9488

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While live music came to an abrupt stop last spring during the pandemic, it is now finally making its way back. Enjoy a social revival at Terra Fermata, the Treasure Coast’s premier outdoor concert venue, which is celebrating its eighth anniversary this month. The weekend kicks off November 12 with performances by Melinda Elena Band, The String Assassins, and The Nouveaux Honkies, among others. Come hang out in a hammock under the stars while imbibing an array of wine and beers (specials include two craft beer for $8 during happy hour, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.) and take in the sweet melodies of music genres spanning from alternative to blues. $8/four-day ticket (online), single-day admission prices vary; 26 SE 6th St., Stuart; terrafermata.com; 772.286.5252

Winter WONDERLAND Explore five acres of Heathcote Botanical Gardens glammed up for the holidays during Garden of Lights. The magical display begins Thanksgiving weekend (November 27-28), and guests can explore the decorated grounds the following Fridays and Saturdays through January 2. In addition to the whimsical, dazzling lights, guests can sample bites from food trucks and take advantage of photo ops with the gardens’ mascot, Heathcote the Bear. $8/adults, $5/members, $3/ children ages 6-12; 210 Savannah Road, Fort Pierce; heathcotebotanicalgardens.org; 772.464.4672

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available to novices. Websites and mobile apps like ArtPlacer, ArtRooms, and WallApp let users drag and drop art into uploaded room images to create realistic previews. Says Allabastro: “These are great tools that can answer questions about scale, like ‘Is the piece too big? Too small? How will it look over the sofa?’”

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INVEST IN WHAT MATTERS Kelly Allabastro of Allabastro Designs advocates collecting what you love or feel a connection with, be that aerial beach photography or abstract paintings. “You should have three or four pieces in your home that make your heart sing,” she says. Purchasing fine art as a financial investment can be tricky and is best left to experienced collectors, says Mary Ann Cohen of MAC Art Galleries. On average, art returns 7.6 percent to investors each year, according to the online market database Artprice. GO BIG AND BOLD Scale and proportion matter when choosing art, which is why Allabastro and Cohen take a “bigger is always better” approach. An oversized art installation or a striking gallery wall works in most settings, especially spaces with high ceilings and an open floor plan. The right piece will contribute significantly to the overall design concept, sync with other artwork, and highlight complementary hues and textures around the room.

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HAVE A GAME PLAN In her gallery, Cohen hangs artwork at the standard 57 inches off the ground but recommends clients display works at eye level. Allabastro adds: “Hanging artwork at gallery height is for a person of average height. If you’re taller than 6 feet, you’ll want to hang it higher.” If installing two or more works, Allabastro suggests first tracing them onto paper and taping each cutout to the wall to envision how the artwork will look before hanging.

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TEST-DRIVE BEFORE BUYING If a piece is inciting your heart to sing but cautioning your wallet to wait, ask the gallery if it would lend it to you for a few days. “It’s very common practice because buyers often want to live with something to see if they love it or not,” notes Cohen. If not, “then we take it back and maybe suggest something else to try.” UTILIZE TECHNOLOGY Design pros use Photoshop and AutoCAD software to virtually stage art around a residence, but there are plenty of options

THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX Frames and shadow boxes are excellent solutions for preserving memorabilia and keepsakes. Allabastro has framed everything from Hermès scarves to a Presidential Medal of Freedom. Personal items are also terrific conversation starters. ❖

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Canyon 456 head and shoulders above the competition. All of this luxury doesn’t compromise the boat’s qualifications as a big-game catcher in the least. Swing-in port and starboard cockpit side doors are perfect for hauling aboard that thrashing swordfish. For stowing your catch, there are four huge insulated fish boxes POWER FILE with overboard drains, includPRICE: From $1.4 million ing a 459-quarter on the aft LENGTH: 45 feet BEAM: 14 feet TRANSOM DEADRISE: transom that’s lighted and re21 degrees frigerated with twin 35-gallon ENGINES: 4 Yamaha 425 V8s live wells on either side. To POWER: 1,700 hp starboard, there’s a 239-quart TOP SPEED: 58 mph fish box and 123- and 43-quart FUEL CAPACITY: 616 gallons boxes in the port bow. Rod WEIGHT W/O ENGINES: holders? The Canyon has 24,500 pounds more than 50, with lockWHY WE LOVE IT: It’s the most able holding for 16. On the stylish, sophisticated luxury fishing hardtop, there are six rocket boat money can buy. launchers and holders for another six in a cockpit stand. With a Grady-White, you can always count on a bit of extravagance. Standing in the cockpit casting off the stern, nozzles mounted behind the helm seats blast icy-cold air at your back, courtesy of a generator-powered 16,000 BTU air conditioner. And the pièce de résistance: A 24-inch Garmin screen mounted on the transom shows exactly what the captain sees on the instrument panel. It might be the fish-finder display, an underwater camera view, GPS positioning, or, in those times of nothin’ biting, a rerun of last week’s game. The Grady’s command bridge is nothing short of a masterpiece of inspired thinking, raised above the deck to give better forward visibility through that huge, flat windshield. There’s individual seating for four across, with each seat electrically adjustable and separated by fold-away armrests. Naturally, air conditioning keeps things cool under the hardtop, and a power-deploying SureShade awning glides back over the rear-facing cockpit seats. On the fascia is a trio of flush-mounted, 17-inch Garmin screens and a thumping Fusion stereo that can pump music around the boat through a multitude of speakers. And up on the bow, there’s a huge lounging pad with back cushions and armrests, plus a forward dinette with twin tables for alfresco dining. What really sets this particular Grady apart is its accommodations. A side-sliding door from the helm takes you down into a

high-headroom cabin that’s fitted and finished more like a super yacht. To starboard is the head, with a separate shower fed from an 80-gallon water tank and an 11-gallon hot water tank. In the cabin itself, the galley runs on both sides and features Corian countertops, a microwave, and stainless steel surfaces on the storage drawers, fridge, freezer, and dishwasher. Further forward is a wraparound dinette and a powered up-and-down table that converts to a comfy double berth. The berths have angled backrests so you can lounge while watching TV on the built-in 32-inch screen. Self-sufficiency out on the hook is provided by a 12-kilowatt Fischer Panda diesel generator with a 30-gallon tank. As for performance, to blast you across the Gulf Stream to the Bahamas or rocket you down to the Keys, those four 425 Yamahas—1,700 horsepower in total—can punch the Canyon to a top speed of close to 60 mph. Throttle back to 30 and the 616-gallon tank should give you a range of around 380 miles at 44 gallons an hour. This is one spectacular fishing machine that thoroughly justifies its lofty price tag. gradywhite.com ❖

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GO PADDLING Let this app do all the work for you as it finds the best places to paddle and the ideal locations to launch your SUP. There are more than 25,000 SUP destinations logged in the app, along with important information such as fees for specific locales and more. Free on iOS

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Understanding state and federal regulations before fishing is essential—and Fish Rules makes it easy to check things like which fish species are in season, how many catches you can keep, and size requirements. Free on iOS and Android.

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For more than 17 years, Krista Watterworth Alterman has been beautifying residences from her office in Palm Beach Gardens. “The way your home functions changes over time, and you should refresh your home accordingly,” she notes. When it came to one recently constructed house in a gated community, Alterman’s clients didn’t want the home to look brand new, so they made a few minor updates to make it appear a little more lived in. To achieve the same idea, Alterman recommends adding rustic elements such as open shelving, wood accents, and millwork to warm up a kitchen and make it cozy. “One of the quickest ways to immediately freshen up a kitchen it to have the cabinets painted,” she says. “Going from a dark, dated mahogany finish to a light and bright hue like gray, blue, or white will transform your kitchen.” Other tips include swapping out old hardware for something fun and modern or purchasing new barstools or kitchen table. Krista + Home offers a furnishing service to transform a home with paint, new furniture, floor coverings, and more. kristahome.com

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Gil Walsh is a pro when it comes to juggling a variety of projects ranging from contemporary to transitional to traditional to boho chic. During the pandemic, she has stayed busy creating indoor-outdoor spaces that are sustainable, functional, and comfortable. “We and our homes have gone through a lot in the past year and, with a new year just before us, now is a perfect time to freshen up,” she notes, adding that a new piece of furniture, a painting, or a few accessories can update a home. At one client’s residence in Jupiter, Walsh worked with an array of colors to revamp the master bedroom and advises others do the same. “Pick one or two colors you love and then repeat the hues with accents in vibrant artwork, upholstery, pillows, and furniture pieces,” she says, explaining that bold accents like these contrast beautifully with white linen bedding. Additionally, Walsh recommends layering objects, textures, and fabrics to help create a plush, luxurious setting. gwifl.com

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Since opening Splendid Home Design in 2019, owner Bianca Fathauer has dealt with her fair share of room renovations. “Refreshing your home can inspire new creativity and energy, making every day even more enjoyable,” says the Stuart-based designer. For a quick bathroom reno, consider mixing in a pop of color with “a hint of sass,” as Fathauer did for one client’s luxury waterfront abode. An accent wallpaper wall is another small way to make a change—mix in some greenery, floating shelves above a toilet, or a fun, vintage rug. “Paint is the most cost-effective way to create the biggest change,” Fathauer adds. “If wallpaper or accessories are too much, turn an otherwise boring Saturday into a paint party with your friends to inspire new and fresh creativity in your home.” splendidhomedesign.com

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BATHROOM BOOSTER DESIGNER: Bianca Fathauer, Splendid Home Design

NEXT-LEVEL DINING DESIGNER: Annie Santulli, Annie Santulli Designs

While many design styles are often called “timeless,” Annie Santulli says they never are. “Some pieces may hold up over the years, and some actually get better with age, but others just don’t hold up well physically or stylistically,” notes the designer, who has been based in South Florida for more than 20 years. “There are also improvements in materials and fabrication that can allow for new design options in future years. It’s important to freshen up accessories, artwork, and/or fixtures to give your living space

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new energy and life.” In one client’s home, Santulli changed up the dining room by adding complex layers of texture like silk chairs, custom window covers, black metal open shelving, and a smoked glass table and light fixture. Another simple way to spruce things up is to change out the shape of a mirror—or try adding an accent color or some fun accessories such as folk art, organic pieces, and contemporary artifacts with mixed metals. anniesantullidesigns.com ❖

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The PERFECT Putt

ELITE GOLF COACH MIKE MALIZIA OF NBC’S GOLF CHANNEL HELPS PLAYERS IMPROVE THEIR GAME IN PALM CITY HIP SOCKETS OVER HEELS

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all felt my enthusiasm and thirst for knowledge with the game would guide me in reaching the highest level of coaching,” Malizia says. He shifted gears and began teaching others what he had learned about the game he loved. He was an instructor at Harbour Ridge in Palm City for 15 years before opening up his namesake Mike Malizia Golf Academy, which he now runs out of Banyan Creek Golf Club in Palm City. Currently, he is also a lead coach on NBC’s Golf Channel (one of 86 coaches chosen across the United States), where he makes appearances on Morning Drive as well as on the Golf Channel Academy’s website throughout the year, discussing topics from fairways and woods to short game and course management. Here, Malizia shares three tips to improve your putting setup. (mikemaliziagolf.com) ❖ SCOTT A. MILLER

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s a longtime Stuart resident, Mike Malizia likes to say he was born into the “beautiful game” of golf. His father was a club professional for 20 years, and Malizia naturally followed in his dad’s footsteps and picked up the sport at 8 years old. By 11, he started traveling and competing on various junior tours across the country, and at 20, he turned pro. “My passion and love for the game was always about the search for a way to improve my golf swing,” notes Malizia. “[Playing] a sport that cannot be perfected made the journey to find answers fun and exciting.” After 14 years on the green, Malizia reached a crossroads in his professional life in 2004. A friend suggested he give coaching a try; his family and other top instructors echoed that sentiment. “They

“This position allows you to have room to swing

your arms underneath your body. A simple checkpoint is to make sure your weight is on the balls of your feet at address; this will ensure that your hip sockets are over your heels.”

HANDS UNDER SHOULDER SOCKETS “If you position your hands too far outside of your shoulders, your putter swings too far inside toward your body. Conversely, if you have your hands too far inside your shoulders, your stroke will be outside away from your body. A proper way to check that your hands are directly under your shoulder sockets is to take your address position and, when set, take your right hand off the club. If your right arm and hand are in line with the putter shaft, you’re in a perfect position.”

ALIGNMENT OF THE EYES “Golf is a target game, and just like shooting a gun, it is important to understand that the eyes have to be aligned with the object and the target to achieve complete accuracy. Put your eyes too far inside the ball line and the hole will appear too far to the right (and vice versa). Here’s a simple way to test your eye alignment: Take your address with a ball in your right hand, then hold the ball up to your right eye and release it. Where it hits the ground is where your eyes are focused.”

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OUR MANAGING EDITOR LEARNS THE ART OF FLOWER ARRANGING AND OFFERS SOME PRO TIPS SO YOU CAN TRY IT AT HOME by MELISSA PUPPO

GATHERING MATERIALS Start by choosing a vase ideal for the space it will inhabit and large enough to accommodate the finished product. Carter recommends checking out local thrift stores for interesting designs. If you’re using a wide, short vase, fill it with chicken wire to help keep the flower stems in place and maintain the structure of the arrangement. You’ll also need a good pair of gardening shears. CREATING A VISION Before purchasing flowers, create a mood board with a color scheme and floral style inspiration. “I try to focus on texture

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h ave always loved the sight of a fresh, unique bouquet inside my home. Not only do flowers incite mood-enhancing qualities, but they also add just the right pop of color to a room. And while I enjoy my weekly routine of picking up premade bunches from a store, I thought it would be fun to learn how to create an arrangement using dried/preserved flowers, which are gaining popularity in home decor and at events. They’re also low maintenance since they don’t require changing of water and can be swapped throughout the seasons. To learn the art of flower arranging, I enlisted the help of Lindsay Carter, owner of Bloom by Lindsay in Stuart. Her love of plants and gardening has led to a career spent fashioning gorgeous designs for weddings, events, and home goods like wall installations and wreaths. Follow along below to design your own floral arrangement. (bloomstuart.com)

and color so it’s something exciting for your eye to look at,” says Carter. Work with flowers in the same palette but use varying shades. Carter also stresses that it’s important to incorporate height variation in your flowers. While she tends to work with wholesalers, she recommends visiting afloral.com for a variety of flower options. EXECUTING THE DESIGN For a rustic, fall-inspired arrangement, choose flowers in shades of burgundy, muted pink, brown, and cream. (The arrangement pictured above used pampas grass, reed grass, ruscus, strawflowers, troll and bunny tail grass, fan palms in different shapes, and variations of protea.) Start with the largest flowers (like the fan palms and ruscus), especially if using chicken wire, as these will act as the focal point of the arrangement. Cut the stems to the appropriate length you see fit and place in the vase. Here’s a tip: If you place a lazy Susan under your vase, you can easily view all sides of the arrangement to spot any holes/gaps. Add texture by placing the reed grass, followed by “blushing bride” protea, pink pampas, and the rest of your selections. If flowers come in multiples, feel free to clip them apart before adding, or work in bunches of two or three for a more natural look. The daintiest of flowers should go in last. Finally, fill in any remaining holes‚—and your creation is ready for display. v

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The Driskill Hotel (driskillhotel.com). The Driskill’s lobby features a custom From the impressive inverted glass dome made by Waco, columns that greet Texas–based Stanton Glass Studio. you at the entrance to the stained glass dome in the lobby, The first date with his wife at The Driskill and Driskill drips with a sense of sophistication watched the returns of many elections that harkens back to its original splendor. there as well. The Driskill’s extensive history and comWhile The Driskill was also the site of mitment to fine Texan hospitality is apparent one of the first indoor bathrooms in Austin, throughout. A portrait of namesake and this luxe property has come a long way in founder Jesse Driskill still boasts the bullet the accommodations department. Its 189 holes it earned during a Wild West–style rooms feature custom furniture, vintageshootout. The hallways inspired touches, and demure shades of were designed to be par- steel gray, plum, beige, and gold. The 14 ticularly wide in order to suites take the theming a step further; the accommodate the large top-tier Cattle Baron Suite is awash in worn dresses that were all leather and rustic details, while the aforethe rage in the 1880s. In mentioned Lyndon B. Johnson Suite serves 1934, the Texas Rangers up presidential blue hues and a bathroom plotted the capture of dedicated to Lady Bird Johnson’s penchant infamous crime couple for Texas bluebonnet flowers. The hotel’s communal areas take a page Bonnie and Clyde in the hotel’s Jim Hogg Parlor. out of the history books too. At the 1886 A suite bears the name Café & Bakery, guests can indulge in Texasof President Lyndon B. shaped waffles and a signature chocolate Umlauf Sculpture Garden Johnson, who had his cake amid Victorian furnishings. The Driskill

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The Driskill Grill honors the state in its farm-to-table philosophy, culling the majority of its ingredients from within 10 miles. The divine charcuterie appetizer, for example, includes selections from Salt & Time, an Austin-based butchery that specializes in artisan dry-cured meats. Continue with dry-aged Wagyu rib eye and a side of lobster mac and cheese for the ultimate in cowboy hedonism. (At press time, the grill was closed due to COVID; contact the hotel directly for updates.) Although Austin’s robust live music venues have been slow to re-open, there is still plenty to do across a long weekend in this hip haven. First up: food. Austin is renowned for its breakfast tacos, and one of the food trucks leading the charge is Veracruz All Natural (veracruzallnatural.com). Any

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day that starts with and sanitation guidelines. Stop by for indie a Migas Originales flicks, popular releases, and a full food(eggs, tortilla chips, and-drink menu. There’s also the Umlauf cheese, cilantro, toma- Sculpture Garden (umlaufsculpture.org), to, onion, and avocado an outdoor display of works by twentiethfolded inside a home- century artist Charles Umlauf. Since reopenmade flour or corn ing in mid-August, this tranquil destination tortilla) is bound to be has been limiting occupancy to 30 visitors a great one. at a time. Another socially distant activity Another cornerstone to embark upon is a tour of the city’s famed of the local cuisine scene is barbecue—and murals. Head to South Austin to visit favorthe king is Franklin (franklinbbq.com). ites like “Greetings from Austin” and “I Love In a pre-pandemic world, foodies would You So Much” before circling back to Allens line up for hours (literally) to score slabs Boots (allensboots.com) to pick up the epitof ribs and melt-in-your mouth brisket. At ome of ranch-ready couture. ❖ press time, Franklin is operating a curbside pickup model better Alamo Drafthouse Cinema suited to social distancing. Still, order far ahead of when you actually want to eat because when it’s gone, it’s gone. Complete the Austin taste trifecta by sampling some of the city’s premier craft beers. Zilker Brewing Company (zilkerbeer.com), with mainstays like the Heavenly Daze and Coffee Stout as well as seasonal offerings, is an excellent option. Film buffs should flock to the iconic Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (drafthouse.com), currently operating under social distancing

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The Gunslinger

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t takes a certain type of person to dive to depths of 70 feet on a single breath, spear in hand, and surface with dinner. Nerves are steel, pulse is rhythmic, blood runs salty—you must be born of it. Cheyenne Lee is. Raised in Stuart by a fishing family (her dad has been a commercial fisherman for nearly 30 years), Lee was picking up a spear by the first grade. “When I was 6 and my brothers were 4, my dad sharpened wooden dowels and put pole spear bands on them,” she recalls. “We would shoot sheepshead and mangrove snapper in the river all day every day.” Now 24, Lee is a decorated spearfisher who holds six world records with the International Underwater Spearfishing Association—jack crevalle on speargun and pole spear, cobia on pole spear, kingfish on speargun, and red grouper on speargun and pole spear. She has parlayed her talents into a bit of social media fame, with more than 100,000 Instagram followers and a popular (25,000-plus subscribers) YouTube channel where she documents her underwater exploits. As a Salt Life ambassador, Lee truly embraces the brand’s mantra, whether it is under the surface with a spear in hand or on a bloody deck, reeling in another keeper. FISH TALE “My most fun experience was probably a cobia on pole spear,” says Lee. She was on a Neritic diving team trip to Louisiana for a spearfishing tournament in 2017 when her team was met with an element not exactly conducive to diving.

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“The water was pitch black,” she describes. “I literally could not see my hand in front of my face.” She made a few dives behind a shrimp boat searching the bycatch and near oil rigs, where the deafening sounds of the rigs’ sirens added to an eerie and hectic dive. Conditions were made worse by the poor visibility, plus ripping currents and an abundance of sea life like jack crevalle, spinner and blacktip sharks, and porpoises tearing through the waters—and Lee found herself further offshore, diving a rig with just a bit more visibility, though not by much. “I go down, and all of a sudden this cobia swims up to me from the blackness; I was horrified,” she recalls. “It happened so fast, and the water was so dirty, I couldn’t tell how big it was. I just shot it and started kicking.” With the cobia thrashing at the surface, Lee had to make her way to the boat and land the fish without any assistance to ensure the integrity of a potential world record—these are solo affairs.

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“When I finally got it in the boat, I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, this thing is massive,’” she continues. “I didn’t know what the women’s world record was at that point, but I knew this was a record. I think it was like 41.2 or 41.8 pounds, and the previous record was around 17. The whole trip was unexpected and a lot of fun.” NEXT CATCH “I want to get a wahoo badly, and I would love to shoot an African pompano. But my all-time bucket-list fish is a women’s world record black grouper on speargun. I’ve come so close, it’s frustrating. I just haven’t been able to break over that [30-pound] threshold.” WORDS OF ADVICE “I think it is very hard for women—and I struggle with this as well—to find a happy balance of being a woman and being an ‘outdoorsman.’ So my biggest thing is, if you seriously love the GEAR GAME outdoors, don’t let anyone stop you. 110 Koah Euro (reef Be true to yourself and don’t allow gun); 1200 Rob Allen, anyone else’s opinions change your 130 and 140 Impaler, passion for the sport or the outdoors. 130 Koah (blue water); Just go have fun—and don’t worry Neritic pole spear about the naysayers.”

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“Kayak fishing is honestly so badass,” says Weber, now 31. “It is tough but so rewarding. It truly makes you one of the most incredible types of fishermen—you learn patience on a level that cannot be taught. The skill is forced on you.” While she has taken a step back from the tournament beat, she is embracing a new passion for the waters of “fun fishing” on the Treasure Coast. Aboard her Carolina Skiff, Weber— who lives in Port St. Lucie and works at Sportfish Outfitters in Jupiter—says she had to “learn how to fish standing up again” from a boat, targeting triple tail, snook, and redfish, as well as the occasional stone crab trap pull. A true angler in all respects, fishing for Weber is not about landing the game but the journey that leads her to the fish.

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FISH TALE “If I had to pick one [big catch], it would be a rooster fish I landed from a kayak in Panama,” says Weber. When I die, I know that will be one of the memories that flashes before my eyes. That’s how memorable that fish was for me.” In her twenties, she had the opportunity to fish the waters of Costa Rica and Panama a few times—but the rooster fish always proved elusive. After years spent on the tournament trail, however, she began leading kayak fishing excursions for a lodge in Panama (Los Buzos) in 2016. It was there that she headed out on a mission. “I was like, here is the Pacific Ocean, here is this plastic vessel, go figure it out,” she recalls. “I was not leaving until I caught one—I didn’t care what it took.” After four days, she found success on her last day in the jungle. “I ended up catching this rooster fish on a little jig,” she says. “I did it just the way I wanted to: in a kayak without anyone else there. It was one of the most intense moments of my life on the water. You work really hard for something, fishing from sunup to sundown, getting your butt beat, in water you have never seen before, around whales, swell, and tide you’ve never experienced before…. It was surreal.” NEXT CATCH “I have never done any blue marlin fishing, so I think that is the fish I’d like to get next.” WORDS OF ADVICE “If I met the younger version of myself, I would tell her that being naïve is just being brave—and it’s okay to be afraid, you just have to do it anyway. If it feels right, do that. Fishing is one of the most unique sports, whereas there really are no rules. It’s constantly evolving and changing—you need to do what feels right and have confidence in that. Don’t fight your strengths; lean into them.”

GEAR GAME For inshore fishing (specifically for light tackle): a custom MHX Blank 7’6” light-action rod with American Tackle guides. “It helps you make the crazy cast under docks and mangroves.”

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hen the seas are whipping and the reels are screaming, Melissa Fox is in her element. What began as a shared hobby with her father when she was around 6 years old, catching peacock bass with a little clicker rod, has become a lifestyle defined by the sea. When she was 10, her family moved from Fort Lauderdale to the Treasure Coast, and Fox’s angling quickly went from inshore lakes to offshore game. At 12, she joined the Stuart Sailfish Club, and her passion for fishing turned competitive. She avidly competed in tournaments, both locally and in Isla Mujeres, Mexico, where her family has another home. In Mexico, she has participated in a women’s tournament called La Dorada, a barracuda competition, and the Torneo de Pesca of Isla Mujeres, in which she won the largest bonito. Locally, she has competed in several of Stuart Sailfish’s kingfish, dolphin, and wahoo tournaments, winning third place in 2013. When she was younger, she won the junior division with a nice wahoo.

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Now 22, Fox says she still fishes a few tournaments a year with her dad. “It’s usually the meat-fish ones, where you can eat what you catch,” says Fox, though she has earned her stripes hunting for sails as well. Just as comfortable on deck as she is below the water’s surface, she has developed a strong passion for freediving and spearfishing, traveling the Caribbean shooting grouper and hogfish, swimming with whale sharks, and bagging big bull dolphin. With so many adventures revolving around the sea, the Port St. Lucie resident

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decided to launch a YouTube channel a few months ago, where she documents her exploits, while also repping Salt Life as a brand ambassador. While the sea offers Fox a seemingly endless opportunity for fun, her goal is to help foster the life that makes the ocean so extraordinary. A recent University of Central Florida graduate with a degree in biology, Fox started veterinarian school at St. George’s University in Grenada this fall. While COVID regulations have forced her to attend classes online from Florida for now, she plans to move to Grenada to continue with school there as soon as it’s allowed. “I love the ocean, so I am hoping to specialize in the marine mammal track,” she says. “I have four years to decide, so we’ll see.” FISH TALE “I’ll never forget it,” she says of her fondest fishing memory. Fox and company were getting skunked in Mexico with the

seas roiling, the bites few and far between, and just a few bonito swallowing bait. The crew was ready to call it a day when Fox says she “saw this giant mahi come up to the spread.” She continues: “I was the only one who saw it jump in the back, and I was like, ‘Holy crap this is the biggest fish I have ever seen!’ It ended up being a 40-pound mahi, one of the biggest fish I’ve ever caught.” NEXT CATCH “I have never caught a yellowfin tuna. I’ve come close a couple of times, had a pretty big 30-pound yellowfin on in Mexico, but I lost it at the side of the boat. It was so disappointing!” WORDS OF ADVICE “Don’t give up. There are going to be days that you’ll go out there and won’t get a bite, but keep going, keep learning. The more you go out there, the more you will learn. You’ll eventually get some big fish for sure.” ❖

GEAR GAME For catching mahi, a 30to 50-pound rod holding a Shimano 30 reel spooled with 40-pound test and some ballyhoo with skirts

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INDULGE in Design Three talented interior artists create unique Thanksgiving tablescapes inspired by nature, the changing seasons, and a favorite American destination photography by Jerry Rabinowitz

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“Falling into this season with an elegance of ease, we wanted to capture the look of a lazy, breezy afternoon spent around the table with your loved ones and feeling cozy. Nothing meets that vibe more than this rustic design. We used organic elements such as eucalyptus, rosemary, and olive branch arrangements to give off that feeling of comfort and the aroma of fall. We created this tablescape as an inspiring reminder to pull together for the things that matter most in these crazy times.� Shot by Stuart Magazine on location outside Francesca Morgan Interiors in Stuart

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“We wanted to stay close to home this year and commemorate a favorite American location: Napa Valley. A pink gingham tablecloth, bamboo flatware, and simple white dishes create a casual feel reminiscent of a family-style picnic. Lush flowers, a charcuterie board, and Mediterranean fruits like pomegranates celebrate the bounty of a great meal shared with family and friends, focused on the stunning surroundings of White Trail Social & Garden Club, a European-style plant nursery in Jupiter.�

Floral arrangements: Simply Events Design Shot by Stuart Magazine on location at White Trail Social & Garden Club in Jupiter

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“A tropical Thanksgiving was my idea for our tablescape, inspired by the beautiful St. Lucie River, which served as our backdrop. It’s a nice feature that makes the indoors and the outdoors come together in a cohesive manner. I anchored each place setting with a gold placemat and added a natural palm frond to create that tropical feel. The bamboo plates were inspired by the dining room Currey and Company chandelier, and I brought in some traditional Thanksgiving decor by using autumn colors in the table centerpiece and linens. The white pumpkins bring a nice contrast against the napkins, as well a bit of whimsy.”

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Floral arrangement: Harbour Bay Florist & Events Placemats: Kim Seybert China: Juliska Stemware: Riedel Turkey salt and pepper shakers: Tag, LTD Mercury votives: Tag, LTD Centerpiece bowl: John-Richard Shot by Stuart Magazine on location at the home of Dianne Davant in Palm City

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are at their best.” Importico is the idea man; to fulfill his mission to be “Treasure Coast’s artisan bakery,” he relies on production manager John Oteri to create the recipes. “Baking is simple,” says Importico. “We use the freshest ingredients we can find, and we don’t scrimp. If you use the best, you get a good end product.” 3800 SE Dixie Hwy., Stuart, importicosbakerycafe.com, 772.286.0204; 134 S. Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce, 772.429.3435 —Mark Spivak N O V E M B E R 2 0 2 0 | STUART

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the location of his namesake restaurant just a few years later. Kyle G’s Prime Seafood & Steaks opened a little over three years ago, in September 2017, in the stunning Hutchinson Island space. “Most of the local population had no idea there was a beautiful waterfront restaurant in their backyard,” he says of the site. “I wanted to take all my skill sets, blend them together, and make a positive contribution to our guests, the team, and the community.” From the beginning, he focused on selecting a staff that could communicate that positive energy: “We looked for character first, skills second. I can teach people how to open a bottle of wine, but I can’t teach them how to smile and take care of guests.” There are two menus at Kyle G’s, both of which focus on carefully sourced seafood and prime steaks. The more casual Oceanside menu is served at lunch and outside on the deck at night, while the Prime menu is what customers order indoors at

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CELEBRATING TEN YEARS IN STUART! dinner. They both have their own niche and the same dedication to quality. “If someone wants a cheeseburger,” says Greene, “we don’t want to force them into a filet mignon.” The thoughtfully compiled wine list offers more than 300 selections; 60 of those are offered by the glass, using the Coravin system to keep them fresh. Prestigious California labels such as Jarvis, PlumpJack, and Daou are complemented by Old World gems such as Sassicaia and Château de Beaucastel. Sparkling wine runs the gamut from La Marca Prosecco ($38) to Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades ($1,400). It’s one of the few wine lists in the area to feature aged, mature bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon in addition to current releases. The cocktail program was the product of several weeks of experimentation before the restaurant opened. Greene explained the flavor profiles he was looking for and allowed the bar team to get creative; the result is a mix of innovative craft cocktails and riffs on familiar classics. “We use highquality ingredients and simple, proper technique,” he says. “We allow the ingredients to shine on their own.” Bartenders who come up with successful recipes are credited for them on the cocktail list. It’s this attention to detail that allowed Kyle G’s to sustain itself through the pandemic. As Greene removed tables and chairs from the dining areas to be under the 50-percent capacity limit, he kept the focus on delivering a quality product. “It’s been a challenging time,” he admits, “but we tried to see it as an opportunity. Our approach allowed us to retain more jobs, and the team was able to give our guests a better service experience.” 10900 S. Ocean Drive, Hutchinson Island; kylegseafood.com; 772.237.5461 ❖

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CASTAWAYS As a self-proclaimed “Treasure Coast craft beer destination,” Castaways serves brews from Florida and around the world. The gastropub also offers a full menu to complement your beer of choice. 911 NE Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen Beach; castawaysfla.com; 772.618.3838 CHEF’S TABLE Sophisticated New American restaurant by Executive Chef Paolo Ferretti and Owner/Chef Adam Fatigate, offering fine wine and seasonal menus in understated, rustic digs. 2313 SE Ocean Blvd., Stuart; chefstablestuart.com; 772.287.5599 DISTRICT TABLE & BAR Chef Jason Stocks presents his creative take on everything from dry-aged burgers to sourdough pizza in a contemporary dining space. Sustainability is also a focus: All oyster shells are recycled to rebuild local reefs and oyster beds. 4665 SE Dixie Hwy., Stuart; districttableandbar.com; 772.324.8357 SONNY’S BBQ Traditional, smoky barbecue including mouth-watering pulled pork and brisket. 1961 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Stuart; sonnysbbq.com; 772.283.4150 SOUTH FORK KITCHEN AND BAR Made-from-scratch dishes, from seafood to steak, prepared by Naples native Chef Ron Kerr. 900 SE Indian St., Stuart; southforkkitchenandbar.com; 772.247.7382

ASIAN ASIAN CHAO Mix and match Chinese entrées, sushi, and sides from the buffet-style counter takeout. Choose from a variety of classic dishes like orange chicken, lo mein, and California rolls. 3174 NW Federal Hwy., Jensen Beach; asianchao.com; 772.692.3674 KRUA THAI RESTAURANT Authentic Thai dishes served family-style in an eclectically themed restaurant. 3283 SE Federal Hwy., Stuart; kruathaiofstuart.com; 772.600.8114 PHO DELI Authentic Vietnamese restaurant in a casual setting with a counter-serve option and dishes from Pho to Bahn Mi. 466 SW Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St. Lucie; phodelipsl.com; 772.877.2133; (second location) 1007 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce; 772.882.9584 RAMEN HANA AND WINGS Ramen that warms the mouth and soul. Choose between small and large plates of various ramen flavors or try the namesake wings in four flavors. 6935 Heritage Drive, Port St. Lucie; ramenhana.com; 772.444.2825 TWIN DRAGONS RESTAURANT Conventional Chinese restaurant serving fine dining options as well as takeout, delivery, and catering. 2389 SE Ocean Blvd., Stuart; 772.291.2102

FRENCH 11 MAPLE STREET Where French country meets Florida. 11 Maple Street offers a dining experience with fare resembling art. Chef Michael Perrin prepares his plates with some of each season’s peak items, including locally sourced produce and humanely raised meats. 3224 NE Maple Ave., Jensen Beach; elevenmaple.com; 772.334.7714 O’S CAFÉ AT THE ELLIOTT Discover a French spin on breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch at the café inside the Elliott Museum, under Chef Olivia Binn-Ostrow. 825 NE Ocean Blvd., Stuart; obistrocatering.com; 772.225.1961 x112

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contract unit and serves up one tasty Cuban sandwich that has locals coming back for more. They also offer satisfying bites like sweet plantains, croquettes, empanadas, and more. 402 S. Fifth Street, Fort Pierce; merviscafe.com; 772.462.6600 THE MOFONGO KING This Puerto Rican outpost is known for its namesake mofongo—a dish packed with fried plantains stacked high with an assortment of shrimp, tostones, and more. Bonus: Mofongo offers twofor-one draft beers every day of the week. 295 SW Port St Lucie Blvd., Port St. Lucie; facebook.com/ themofongoking; 772.777.4080

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GERMAN ETHAN’S GRILL Chef Lenh offers an exciting menu featuring American fusion and German favorites such as potato pancakes, schnitzel, and sauerbraten. 5687 SE Crooked Oak Ave., Hobe Sound; ethansgrill.com; 772.210.2350 THE HOFFMANN Enjoy traditional German and American fare while relaxing at the expansive outdoor seating and barn with beer and wine in hand. 3825 NE Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach; the-hoffmann.com; 772.44.3697

INDIAN INDIA PALACE Modern interpretation of Indian dishes, with creative uses of fresh ingredients. Enjoy a sampling of South Indian and Indo Chinese specialties. 890 SW Federal Hwy., Stuart; 772.288.6262; indiapalacestuartfl.com NAMASTE GRILL Menu highlights range from tandoori and grilled meats to a hearty array of veggie entries to goat curry with Nepalese spices simmered in a dark stew. 2500 SE Federal Hwy., Stuart; namastegrillstuart.com; 772.283.5515 TAJ INDIAN Curries steal the show at this establishment that offers a wide range of cultural favorites in addition to vegan and halal foods. 529 NW Prima Vista Blvd., Port St. Lucie; tajpsl.com; 772.237.4567

ITALIAN LA BORGATA RISTORANTE La Borgata has taken its patrons on tours of Italy’s famous dishes—no passport required—for more than 50 years. The menu features favorite Italian

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dishes such as calamari Siciliana and penne puttanesca, as well as pizza, calzones, and stromboli, prepared to order. 3227 SW Mapp Road, Palm City; laborgataristorante.com; 772.288.2121 PIETRO’S ON THE RIVER Under the supervision of Chef Robert King, the kitchen puts out memorable authentic Italian dishes such as roasted Long Island duckling and swordfish puttanesca. 8735 S. Ocean Drive, Jensen Beach; pietrosontheriver.com; 772.229.7575 TUTTO FRESCO An elegant Italian restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating featuring upmarket entrées, steaks, and a full bar. 9501 Reserve Blvd., Port St. Lucie; tuttofrescopsl.com; 772.464.8988

JAMAICAN CLASSIC JAMAICAN JERK STOP Authentic jerk house offering beef patties and jerk chicken served with rice and peas, plantain, or steamed vegetables. 2200 SE Indian St. Stuart; jamaicanjerkstop.com; 772.266.8678 JERK CITY Jerk City offers diners the best of island specialties for lunch and dinner. Favorites include curry goat and chicken to specials like curry shrimp and crab. Catering is also available. 8007 U.S. Hwy. 1, Port St. Lucie; jerkcity.com; 772.871.2552

LATIN AMERICAN/CUBAN DOM RICO CAFE Specializing in Puerto Rican and Dominican cuisine, this family-owned restaurant features favorites like skirt steak with chimichurri, and fried mashed green plantains; 1180 SE Port St. Lucie Blvd., Port St. Lucie; domricocafe.com;772.204.2318 MERVIS’ CAFÉ & GRILL This Fort Pierce establishment doubles as a USPS

TACO DIVE Open late, Taco Dive offers craft beers with their homemade Mexican fare featuring fresh ingredients. 10501 SW Village Center Drive, Port St. Lucie; 772.345.3483 TACO SHACK Creative, one-of-a-kind tacos prepared by Chef/ owner Julie LaFrance-Lentine. 555 S. Colorado Ave. Suite 102, Stuart; taco-shack.com; 772.288.9696 TACO TRUCK OF STUART Tasty Mexican fare from a food truck. Take it to go or eat at a stool just out front. 31 SE Dixie Hwy., Stuart; tacotruckofstuart.com; 772.486.6639

PORTUGUESE FERNANDO’S DOCKSIDE GRILLE Take a tour along the coasts of the Atlantic with Chef Fernando Dovale, who is whipping up authentic Mediterranean and Portuguese cuisine from shrimp scampi to pork Alentejana to seared scallops. 2214 SE Veterans Memorial Parkway, Port St. Lucie; fernandosdocksidegrille.com; 772.337.1110 LUSO PORTUGUESE GRILLE Portuguese outpost reflecting the country’s coastal heritage with a focus on seafood like octopus and shrimp cooked Mozambique-style. 10511 SW Village Center Drive, Port St. Lucie; facebook.com/lusogrille; 772.303.2400

SEAFOOD CHUCK’S SEAFOOD From New England clam chowder to shrimp Parmesan, this eatery delivers affordable seafood to every table. 822 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce; facebook.com/ chucksseafood; 772.461.9484 CRABBY’S DOCKSIDE Enjoy fresh catches like stuffed grouper and hogfish snapper, plus other entrees including pasta, pizza, and more. Signature drinks like the rum punch—and amazing views of the inlet and lagoon—round out the experience at this new location. 2 Avenue A, Fort Pierce; crabbysdocksideftpierce.com; 772.252.5672 CRAWDADDY’S Every day is Mardi Gras at Crawdaddy’s, where

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Cajun cuisine reigns supreme. 1949 NE Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen Beach; crawdaddysjensenbeach.com; 772.225.3444 KYLE G’S PRIME SEAFOOD & STEAKS Eclectic, seafood-centric menu that blends the freshest daily catches, highest-quality raw bar, and shellfish selections. Plus, premium cuts of meat—all with stunning water views. 10900 S. Ocean Drive, Hutchinson Island; kylegseafood.com; 772.237.5461 SAILOR’S RETURN Serving fresh seafood, chops, and steaks, enhanced by the most beautiful sunset on the Treasure Coast. The restaurant offers 220 seats for indoor or patio dining, two full bars, and live music seven days a week. 625 SW Anchorage Way, Stuart; thesailorsreturn.com; 772.872.7250 STUART BOATHOUSE A stunning waterfront setting, an outstanding happy hour, enticing specials, and live music all weekend make Stuart Boathouse a go-to on the local dining scene. 49 SW Seminole St., Stuart; stuartboathouse.com; 772.266.4586 THE DECK RESTAURANT Located inside Harbor Inn & Marina, The Deck is dedicated to providing diners classic favorites with a twist, like the BLGT po’ boy with bacon, lettuce, and fried green tomatoes, along with beautiful sunsets

and a gorgeous view of the St. Lucie River. 307 NW North River Drive, Stuart; harborinnandmarina.com/ the-deck; 772.692.1203 TIDEHOUSE Dine from the second floor overlooking the Harborage Marina and Yacht Club. Expansive views span from the St. Lucie River to the Roosevelt Bridge. Fresh, Florida seafood purchased from local fishermen, plus flatbreads, prime rib, and more. 915 NW Flagler Ave., Stuart; tidehouse.com; 772.444.3166

STEAK HOUSE PETER’S STEAKHOUSE Fine wines and sides like Pete’s Famous Hash Browns accompany the succulent, dry-aged steaks at this longstanding steak house in historic downtown Jensen Beach. 3200 NE Maple Ave., Jensen Beach; peterssteakhouse.com; 772.225.2516 THE GAFFORD Family-run establishment with Southern hospitality and perfectly executed plates such as Mabel’s fried chicken, a local favorite. The signature “Gafford” is a 20-ounce bone-in prime Revier Ranch rib eye that pays homage to owner Rick Wilson’s grandfather, and the steaks they used to cook together. 47 SW Flagler Ave., Stuart; thegafford.com; 772.221.9517

VEGETARIAN/VEGAN/HEALTHY BERRY FRESH CAFE This Treasure Coast breakfast and lunch spot is a GMO- and preservative-free cafe serving healthy fare that tastes great and feels even better. 1429 SE Federal Hwy., Stuart; berryfresh.cafe; 772.324.8287 DELITEFUL KITCHEN Artisan market, community hub, and cafe boasting healthy, organic, and farm-to-table fare. 2401 SE Ocean Blvd., Stuart; delitefulkitchen.com; 772.324.3413 FIRST WATCH Grab breakfast, brunch, or lunch from this healthminded cafe chain. 2125 SE Federal Hwy., Stuart; firstwatch.com; 772.220.4076 FRUITS AND ROOTS VEGAN CAFE Plant-based menu offering cold-pressed juices, smoothies, juice shots, oat bowls, salads, and sandwiches all made from local ingredients. 710 S. Colorado Ave., Stuart; fruitsandrootsvegancafe.com; 772.678.6627 MODERN JUICE CO. STUART Enjoy made-to-order juice, poke bowls, and blended bowls in a quick, casual setting. 2325 SE Federal Hwy. Suite 428, Stuart; modernjuiceco.com; 772.291.2640 ❖

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