Foodie Insider: Thomas Miller

The Fort Steakhouse, Fort Pierce

This restaurant is temporarily closed.

Having first opened its doors back in June 2018, this steakhouse was originally a joint venture between Adams Ranch and the developer of the Galleria. It has since changed ownership within the past year and a new chef was brought in to update the menu. Rated  “Best Restaurant” by Indian River Magazine, it’s located right in the heart of Downtown Fort Pierce at the southeast corner of Orange Avenue and Second Street.  Still keeping their core values as a steakhouse, they now source grass-fed beef from all over the country. The dining room is very eclectic with cowboy pop art paintings on the walls, chandeliers crafted from wine bottles, and a large bar that is adjacent to an open kitchen in the rear of the restaurant. The menu is “classic” high end steakhouse and everything comes al carte. The standout dishes for me on the evening of my visit were the Au Gratin Potatoes and the Crème Brulee. Both very well executed and quite tasty too!

Now let’s jump right in and see what this place has to offer and what I had to eat!

Front Entrance

Dining Room and Kitchen

Escargot – Garlic Herb Butter, Crostini

Strauss Ribeye – Free Raised, Grass Fed 16 oz.

Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Au Gratin Potatoes

Classic Crème Brulee

Braford Presents: The Fort Steakhouse
Address106 S 2nd St, Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 882-9131
Hours of Operation: Tuesday – Thursday, 5:00pm – 9:00pm, Friday and Saturday, 5:00pm – 10:00pm, and Sunday, 5:00pm – 9:00pm


Written by Thomas Miller

Thomas Miller, aka “The Treasure Coast Foodie” and “The Foodie Guy” is big on organic everything and very particular about his butter. He has reviewed over 150+ local restaurants in the last 5 years and is invited by Disney to review the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival every year. His food photos are devoured by 10’s of thousands monthly on The Treasure Coast Foodie website and as a Google Maps Local Guide, his photos have been viewed over 20 million+ times. His foodie tribe is over 14,000+ people right here on the Treasure Coast.

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