Kyle G’s In Jensen Beach Gives Back Through Food Donations

When open, Kyle G's Prime Seafood is alive and bustling. Photo courtesy of Kyle G's

Kyle G’s Prime Seafood is giving back to the Treasure Coast community in a way they know best: food.

The Jensen Beach surf and turf restaurant is offering a reduced price menu, alongside $6 individual meals and $25 family-style meals at the Martin County Fair Grounds. The dining establishment is also working with community partners in Martin and St. Lucie counties to provide hundreds of free meals at the Martin County Fairgrounds to unemployed individuals and seniors with little to no income.

Food distribution times are Mondays from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., and Tuesday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m.

If you are in need, please register with one of the following organizations so your needs and dietary restrictions can be met:

  • Mustard Seed Ministries, Fort Pierce; 772-465-6021
  • House of Hope – Golden Gate; 772-286-4673
  • In the image of Christ, Fort Pierce; 772-461-7788
  • GraceWay Village, St Lucie; 772-448-4903
  • Elevate Hope, Port Salerno; 772-291-2665
  • Gertrude Walden Childcare, Stuart; 772-283-6321
  • GraceWay Village, St. Lucie; 772-448-4903


Kyle G’s is also participating in an initiative on Friday, March 27 that encourages the community to support local businesses by ordering from their favorite Treasure Coast restaurant, whether it’s through delivery or curbside pickup. From Fort Pierce to Indiantown to Jensen Beach to Hobe Sound, the restaurants partaking in the challenge are among the following:

  • South Fork Kitchens
  • Olympic Taverna
  • Moonswiners Bar-B-Q
  • The Gafford
  • Southern Pig & Cattle
  • Chef’s Table
  • Bono’s
  • Harry and the Natives
  • The Grove
  • Manero’s
  • Ristorante Claretta
  • Fujiyama
  • Vine & Barley
  • Crafted Keg


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