Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast Restaurants


Capt Hiram's Restaurant and SandBar


Capt Hiram's Restaurant and SandBar Review

This beachy riverside outpost on the tidal lagoon across from the Sebastian Inlet is easygoing and fun. Snag a table in the sand or on a wooden deck overlooking the water, and munch on conch fritters, peppery oyster shooters, and grouper fingers with sweet chili sauce, or dig into a hearty grilled jumbo shrimp dinner. Bands jam on the outdoor stage at the SandBar Friday and Saturday nights; Sunday afternoons are reserved for reggae (several of Bob Marley's sons have made appearances).

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  • Reservations not accepted
Updated: 05-12-2014

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