Homestead has it’s share of great places to eat.  We’ve put together this short list of the many restaurants in Homestead you don’t want to miss.  Tell us about your favorite restaurant in Homestead below!

1. Blue Dust

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The relaxed gastropub Blue Dust serves ample beer on tap as well as a bourbon list with drink specials. In addition to the usual soups, salads and sandwiches, there’s a handful of tacos on the menu too—the smashed chipotle chickpea tacos are a deliciously spicy find. For more information on Blue Dust, click HERE.

2. Honest John’s Bar & Restaurant

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Open for lunch and dinner, Honest John’s also serves a good brunch. There are options like deviled eggs, french toast and pancakes dubbed “Homestead stacks.” Their Bloody Mary is quite the sight too—it’s served with candied bacon, zucchini pickles, poached shrimp, pepperoncini and deviled egg. For more information on Honest John’s Bar & Restaurant, click HERE.

3. Dorothy 6 Blast Furnace Café

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The Industrial-style Dorothy 6 serves new American comfort food and craft beers on tap with an outdoor patio. Popular dishes include crab cakes, a hearty meatloaf and mozzarella stuffed meatballs. For more information on the Dorothy 6 Blast Furnace Café, click HERE.

4. Eighth and Hays

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This wine bar and brick oven serves rotating wines and signature cocktails. There’s also eats like spinach artichoke dip, mussels and steak and salmon. Eighth and Hays is family-owned and operated. For more information on Eighth and Hays, click HERE.

5. Mitchell’s Fish Market

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Mitchell’s has a 20 shrimp for $20 dollars deal Monday through Thursday. Shrimp entrees include a shrimp boil, served with andouille sausage, redskin potatoes and corn on the cob and a shrimp triple play including blackened shrimp and market vegetables with shrimp scampi. There are of course multiple other seafood options. For more information on Mitchell’s Fish Market, click HERE.



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