Food Review – Cafe 66

I recently visited Cafe 66 for a food review and an interview with the Inside Track Almanac publisher, Kim Piston. She asked me a bunch of questions about how I became so interested in food while we were dining and I was nervous, but it all worked out perfect. She plans to publish the article in her summer edition, which will be out in June. We tried 3 different appetizers and desserts. This spot has both American and Southern specialties. The owners are very nice and helpful.

Thomas Miller, The Treasure Coast Foodie invited me to attend the Golden Fork Awards earlier this year. He gave me a trophy to award to my favorite dish of the night, and I picked Cafe 66, with their famous ribs and coleslaw!

The Front Sign
The Loaded Nachos: Pork with cheese, cheese sauce, jalapenos, and Pico salsa. Served with sour cream, homemade salsa Verde, and shredded lettuce. It was a very large portion, overflowing on the plate and fresh. Life is better with nachos.
Fried Okra: These delectable little okra nuggets hit the spot! Made with a light flour batter…seasoned just right and fried to perfection. Don’t forget to eat your veggies!
Fried Ribs: This appetizer had a nice smokiness and a perfect sauce-to-meat ratio. Barbeque is happiness!
Banana Pudding Pie (left): A flaky pie crust filled with creamy vanilla pudding, fresh bananas, and vanilla wafers, topped with whipped cream. Hands down my favorite!
Raspberry Donut Cheesecake (center): Creamy raspberry and donut-flavored cheesecake sits on a graham cracker crust, topped with raspberry filling, crumbled donuts, powdered sugar and whipped cream. Delicious!
Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Pie (right): A scrumptious combination of rich and creamy peanut butter filled with chocolate chips. Topped with a dollop of whipped cream, more chocolate chips, and golden cookie crumble.
Always save room for dessert!

Cafe 66
Address: 685 US-1, Vero Beach, FL 32962
Phone Number: (772) 567-6700
https://cafe66vero.com

Written by Jackson Harbin

Hi, I’m Jackson Harbin and I am obsessed all things food. Not only do I love cooking and baking at home, I enjoy eating out and meeting restaurant owners. Born and raised in Vero Beach, I think this town has some of the best restaurants in the state. I have critiqued food from a kid’s perspective for 4 years and I am excited to expand to The Treasure Coast Foodie. My passion and blogs have been followed on Facebook and Instagram by so many people I can’t even count. I am here to tell you about the best restaurants in my opinion and the ones I have yet to try. I prefer to eat local, however, I am always open to suggestions.

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