Find everything you need to know about living in and visiting Stuart, Florida.
The waters surrounding Stuart are the St. Lucie River, Indian River, and Atlantic Ocean.
Your Weather: July is the warmest month, with an average high of 90 and a low of 75; January is the coolest, with an average low of 55.
Left: Waterfront dining at the Pelican Cafe
Interior designer Dana Small’s shop, Matilda’s, is the spot for exquisite home accents. Her new clothing boutique, Matilda’s CABANA, stocks locally made jewelry and resort-chic clothing. Browse and purchase global art at the new Steinhausen Gallery Art & Design.
Left: Dana Small, owner of Matilda’s CABANA
The aptly named Bathtub Reef Beach is a favorite for families; at Stuart Beach, parking is most always a sure thing. Try Rocks Beach for surfing and St. Lucia
Left: A wooden pier on the Indian River
Get in line for breakfast (or lunch) at Osceola Street Café for specialty coffee, quiche of the day, and large salads. Quality carb-lovers flock to Gusto for handmade pastas. The romantic,
candlelit Riverwalk Cafe and Oyster Bar has a killer raw bar and pours more than 120 wines. Or, drop by the Pelican Café for waterfront dining and their catch of the day.
Left: Pelican Café’s catch of the day
Stop in to the historic Lyric Theatre (built in 1925) to catch live performances. Deep-sea fish off your boat or on one of many charters around town; pet sting
rays and enjoy nature walks at the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center; play golf on the challenging Tom Fazio–designed Champions Golf Course.
Left: The 1925 Lyric Theatre on Flagler Street