These are the restaurants Palm Beach Post Food Editor Liz Balmaseda recommends in the Treasure Coast. In the list below, click on the restaurant’s address to open the location in Google Maps.
Harry and the Natives
When wanderlust strikes, you don't have to go far to satisfy a craving for Old Florida road food. The fresh grub and scene at Harry and the Natives in Hobe Sound will transport you to a time when portions were unexpectedly hefty, service refreshingly top-notch and ambiance so welcoming you can dine alone here and still feel at home. I asked for a simple fried fish sandwich, and what I got was three large, crispy mahi fillets atop a toasted roll with lettuce, tomato and onion slivers.
You may want to box half your entrée to make sure you have room for dessert, namely Harry's heavenly, authentic key lime pie. Bonus: If there's a band playing on the terrace, you can enjoy your pie with a groovy, live soundtrack and a view of the dance floor.
Harry and the Natives: 11910 SE Federal Highway, Hobe Sound; 772-546-3061.