Fort Pierce is located about twenty minutes south of Vero Beach, Florida. We go there often to stroll their Saturday morning farmers’ market, ranked #1 in the state, and has been running for 19 years. We also love dine in their tasty restaurants. Fort Pierce is the sister city to San Francisco, California and their culinary scene is quite impressive. Our favorite dining spot is Cobb’s Landing. I recommend trying the local fish (if available) because it is incredibly fresh, being located so close to the coast.
Why We Went: My husband, Eddie, and I had our dog, Priscilla, in Fort Pierce to shop at the market. Since it is is hard to come to Fort Pierce and not stop at Cobb’s Landing for delicious food and drinks, we opted to have lunch here.
Noteworthy: Our server was more than happy to bring a water bowl for Priscilla since we had to sit outside at an unshaded table, because they were quite busy.
Something Special: Eddie’s Cuervo margarita more than quenched his thirst from the hot Florida sun and was a decent size. The price was $7, pretty affordable considering this is a beach town and Cobb’s Landing has a foodie reputation.
What Needs Improvement: I would put umbrellas at each of the outdoor tables.
Total Check Before Tip: $32.75
My Rating Scale 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest)= 9
@Fort Pierce City Marina
200 N Indian River Drive
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
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