TooJay’s Deli and Restaurant in Vero Beach Lunch Review

TooJay's lunch review in Vero Beach, Florida.
TooJay's lunch review in Vero Beach, Florida.

It’s been a couple of years since we had lunch at TooJay’s Deli and Restaurant in Vero Beach, Florida.

Walking in, we noticed the new decor in the dining room and how many things have changed. TooJay’s menu is also different than our last visit.

While glancing at the menu, I noticed the Philly Grilled Cheese sandwich. It is a grilled cheese and Philly cheesesteak all in one.

TooJay's dining room.
TooJay’s dining room.
Philly Grilled Cheese
Philly Grilled Cheese

“The Philly grilled cheese, a twist on the famous Philly cheesesteak sandwich, features thinly sliced roast beef, green and red peppers, onions and melted American and provolone cheeses,” the menu reads.

The sandwich arrived, and I couldn’t wait to take a bite. I was surprised by how good this tasted. It’s a twist, and very good. I can see myself coming back to TooJay’s and ordering this again. The french fries were secondary, an excellent addition to the sandwich, but nothing else mattered after eating the Philly Grilled Cheese. You have got to try it.

My wife ordered the Burger a’ la at TooJay’s, and she was in heaven. It was is a massive burger topped with mushrooms, smokehouse bacon, and melted Muenster cheese. She chose to upgrade her side to onion rings.

It’s worth the drive to TooJay’s in Vero Beach from Sebastian.

Burger a' la
Burger a’ la

TooJay’s is located at 555 21st St, Treasure Coast Plaza, in Vero Beach. For more information, call (772) 569-6070.

They are open seven days a week. Monday – Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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