If you’re looking for a spot for a special dinner, find a little intimacy at Indigenous.
The menu is small, but so is the restaurant – so be sure to make a reservation, because it is well loved by locals.
Tucked inside an old Florida bungalow in a quaint residential neighborhood a few blocks off Main Street, each room has a different feel. Sit outside when the weather is nice.
Quiet and romantic, foodies will love the place. Albeit limited, the menu items are fresh and creative, ever-evolving with the seasons and Chef Steve Phelps’ passion for food, this community and the planet.
Sample entrees include Shrimp Bolognese, featuring wild-caught Gulf Shrimp, pappardelle, caramelized fennel and arugula pesto and My Uncle’s Burger – with Niman Ranch grass fed beef, cheddar, bacon jam, Indigenous sauce, duck fat roasted potatoes and ‘pickled stuff.’
An avid fisherman, the Chef moved here from Cleveland, becoming enamored with the bounty of the ocean. In the restaurant, he often educates guests on sustainable sourcing and cooking techniques.
Indigenous is upscale, sophisticated and a great place to celebrate any occasion.