Eat Here offers flavorful preparations of commonly available foods.
Eat Here is the sidekick to the Beach Bistro. Casual, yet sophisticated, the island-style, gulf coast cookery maintains the same high culinary standards patrons have come to expect from owner Sean Murphy.
Filled with vibrant decor and sculpture from the area’s most recognized local artists, Eat Here has a sophisticated energy that is accentuated by giclée reproduction tabletops, an imported french community table and intimate booths complete with cool, filtered water served in wine carafes.
Preparations are offered in a variety of small plates that are perfect for sharing and moderately priced for everyday dining. Menu selections include port-braised pot roast, lobstercargot, smoked salmon & crème fraiche pizza and New Orleans-style seafood stew.
The beer list features owner-operated craft breweries from around the world, while the wine list presents a broad, by-the-glass offering of comfortably-priced varietals. How’s it different from the award-winning Beach Bistro? Where the Beach Bistro focuses on the world’s best protein products – domestic rack of lamb, prime tenderloin and Nova Scotia smoked salmon and lobster – Eat Here offerings emphasize flavorful preparations of less expensive, more approachable and available food product.
The Beach Bistro has one of America’s best bouillabaisse; Eat Here has the area’s best New Orleans-style seafood stew. Beach Bistro serves America’s best prime tenderloin and domestic lamb; Eat Here offers a phenomenal port-braised pot roast and a flavorful “short-cut,” New York strip steak.