Stuart City is on the east coast of Florida in Martin County. It is also called “The Most Beautiful City”. The city covers a total area of 8.5 square miles. Out of this 6.3 square miles land and 2.2 square miles consists of water. The 2000 census showed a population of 14,633 people. The ethnic mix up is mainly a blend of 83.30%25 Whites and 12.33%25 African American and a little of other races. The city is also called as the sailfish capital of the world due to the abundance of sailfish found in the ocean of the city. Downtown Stuart contains a number of shops, restaurants, galleries. Ashley is a restaurant bar that provides a live band on weekends. Many other restaurants include seafood restaurants and casual bar shops. There is a lyric theater with a seating capacity of 500. Many music bands including rock, classical, jazz and conduct shows in the hall. The city has a tropical climate. Bathtub Reef, Coastal center and Elliott Museum are a few tourist attractions in the City of Stuart.
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