8 Best Diners in Sebastian, Florida

Best Diners in Sebastian, Florida
Best Diners in Sebastian, Florida

What are the best diners in Sebastian, Florida? We sent our annual poll to approximately 16,000 residents who subscribe to our Sebastian Daily Newsletter

We picked eight popular diners in and around Sebastian to make this poll. There were a few surprises along the way. 

Top 8 Diners in Sebastian, Florida

  1. Country Ham N Egg (33%)
  2. Pelican Diner (21%)
  3. Hen House Eatery (14%)
  4. Cafe in Paradise (10%)
  5. JD’s Corner Diner (8%)
  6. RJ’s Family Restaurant (Barefoot Bay) (7%)
  7. Moe’s Deli (4%)
  8. Momma Meg’s Cafe (Micco) (3%)

These diners are all fantastic, and we encourage everyone to try them. Momma Meg’s Cafe is a quiet spot in Micco and recommended. To our surprise, some people didn’t know that JD’s Corner Diner existed. They are located in the same plaza as Woody’s BBQ.

Also, many people miss the breakfast options at Mo-Bay Grill and the Sebastian Roadside Restaurant. However, they are not currently serving breakfast.

Country Ham N Egg

Country Ham N Egg has been the number one diner in Sebastian for three consecutive years. They were only in second place once (Cafe in Paradise won that year) in all the years we’ve published the best diner results.

They are the only business with the lowest employee turnover, and most of their workers are the original staff since they started. 

People love the service and the outdoor seating option. Customers say their food is great and always consistent. In addition, their health inspections have been outstanding. 

Country Ham N Egg is located at 478 U.S. Highway 1 in Sebastian. For more information, call 772-589-4845.


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