Pot Roast Dinner at Sandy’s Grille in Sebastian

Old Fashioned Pot Roast at Sandy's Grille in Sebastian, Florida.
Old Fashioned Pot Roast at Sandy's Grille in Sebastian, Florida.

The Old Fashioned Pot Roast at Sandy’s Grille is served everyday, and they offer it as a special on Mondays.

Over the years, we have always enjoyed the food at Sandy’s Grille. We wrote about their Taco Chicken Wings, and they made our Top 10 Best Burgers list in Sebastian.

On a cool day, when the temperature was below 70 degrees in Sebastian, we stopped at Sandy’s Grille to check out their Old Fashioned Pot Roast special. I was hesitant to order the pot roast as I was craving their Sandy’s Burger, you have to try it.

But I didn’t regret it. The Pot Roast is served with mashed potatoes or french fries, a vegetable and dinner roll for $10.99. However, on Mondays, it is discounted to $8.99.

Lucky for us, it was Monday, so we only paid $8.99 for the meal.

I asked for gravy on both the pot roast and my mashed potatoes. I like to mix my mashed potatoes with corn, so that’s what I ordered with the meal.

The roast was very tender, and one of the best I’ve eaten in this town. Sandy has been serving this menu item for many years, and the locals will tell you that it remains consistent.

The mashed potatoes and corn were served hot with the roast. The bread roll was fresh and soft.

We highly recommend the Old Fashioned Pot Roast and think you’ll enjoy it. You can order it on any day of the week, but the special is on Mondays.

Pros: Very tender, served hot.
Cons: None.

The bar & restaurant is a fun atmosphere with large televisions that feature sports and other popular shows. There’s a long bar where people can sit, and the staff is very attentive & friendly to their customers.

Sandy’s Grille is located at 171 Sebastian Blvd (CR-512 East) in Sebastian, Florida.


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