And all these years later, Harry and the Natives is still a Treasure Coast institution.
Carlos Frías | Dec 7, 2015
December 7, 1941 is a day that would live in infamy — unless you were the owners of a tiny little restaurant on the Martin County coast.
The Cypress Cabins and Restaurant — a combination restaurant, motel and gas station — had opened for business for the first time that morning. It was a family-run venture in the sleepy town of Hobe Sound, a convenient midpoint on the two-lane road that preceded U.S. 1 between Jacksonville and Miami.Read more »