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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.

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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!

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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

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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