Owners, Charlie and Susan actually started this place by accident. They’ve been serving their food at the local Stuart Farmers Market for a while now, and when sales started taking off, they decided it was time to look for a place to call their own. They just happened to come across this building that was for rent and decided to take the leap and open their restaurant. The previous tenant was a French restaurant, so with a few changes in the kitchen putting their own personal touches on the dining room, they officially opened in October 2020. Their menu focuses heavily on brunch, with an East Coast / West Coast flair. They do try to using as many local ingredients as possible from other small businesses. They get their eggs from Brown Family Farm and their bread is from Importico Bakery in Fort Pierce. They refer to these local businesses that they partner with as part of their “society” of local vendors. They also have a Secret Society Supper Club that takes place once per month. To join, you have to contact them directly to be added to the list. There is a Facebook group that you can request to join and learn more about it and be alerted when an upcoming dinner is scheduled.
Now let’s dive right in and see what this place has to offer and what I had to eat!
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