Time to Chill in Lincolnville on Jun10 2009

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Luis Peral and Gilberto Perdemo have brought a taste of Cuba to Lincolnville. “Our goal is the serve our community with affordable meals. I spent years in Miami in the mist of all the hustle and bustle and I wanted a place where I could chill,” said Luis.

The Chill Grill features a combination of Latino and Italian American cuisine. From Grilled Pork Tenderloin to baked or fried chicken, all meals are served with tasty sides such as black beans and rice, mashed potatoes, yucca and sweet plantains. The Chill Grill also has down home favorites such as deep fried chicken livers and gizzards, ox tail and fish, chicken and beef empanadas.

Gilberto Perdemo

Gilberto Perdemo

Lincolnville resident, Ricky Fontaine had this to say, “Ever since my man Luis rolled into town, everybody knows where Ricky can be found, at The Chill Grill.”

The Chill Grill’s official grand opening will be Sunday, June 21st from 12 p.m.-5 p.m. There will be food, music, art, volleyball and much more.

The Chill Grill is located at 102 Bridge Street and is open Monday-Saturday serving breakfast and lunch from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. For more information 904-392-8659.

Outdoor Seating Available

Outdoor Seating Available

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The Author Award winning journalist and Radio Talk Show Host, Judyth Piazza is the founder of the Student Operated Press (www.thesop.org) and content Manager/Editor for Newsblaze (www.newsblaze.com) and Vero Beach Local News (www.verobeachlocalnews.com). | All posts by | Topic: Business, Restaurants | Tags: , , ,

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  1. 1 gilberto perdomo on June 11, 2009 2:41 am

    I am the chef,que dios los bendiga,gracias.

  2. 2 Alan on June 13, 2009 9:21 pm

    Looks great. We can go there when we come to visit you.

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