“Off The Hook” Dining on Florida’s Space Coast
SPACE COAST, Fla. (September 16, 2014) – Florida’s Space Coast is sizzling with more than 1,450 delectable restaurants and dining options for guests year-round. From beachside bistros to family-owned restaurants nestled in the quaint historic districts of Melbourne, Titusville and Cocoa and world-famous eateries, there is always something new, unique and fresh on the menu.
“Off The Hook” Musts:
- Nestled in Melbourne Beach is Djon’s Steak & Lobster House – one of Brevard County’s consistently rated best restaurants. Guests will enjoy an exquisite menu directed by Djon Pepaj that includes steaks, lamb chops, veal chops and fresh seafood accompanied by an unparalleled wine and cocktail list.
- In Cocoa Village, Crush Eleven is a casually hip gathering place serving up rustic-urban food, unique specialty wines, craft beers and quality hand-crafted cocktails. The menu at Crush Eleven was designed to foster a social dining atmosphere by encouraging guests to sample a variety of dishes and share among friends.
- In the heart of Port Canaveral Milliken’s Reef Seafood Grille is the perfect coastal dining venue offering guests gorgeous views of the port, its waterways and the many luxury and commercial boats that dock there. The menu includes mahi, grouper, salmon, clams, shrimp, oysters, and every meal begins with Milliken’s complementary conch fritters served piping hot from the oven.
- A new addition to Cape Canaveral, Florida Beer Company serves up refreshingly crisp beers on tap including hoppy IPAs, crisp ales, nutty stouts and light pilsners.
- For more than 30 years, Titusville’s Dixie Crossroads has been serving local seafood caught right off Florida’s Space Coast and delivered fresh daily by Brevard’s Wild Ocean Seafood. Although best known for its world-famous rock shrimp the restaurant also serves char-grilled steaks, prime rib, chicken, fresh salads and their famous corn fritters.
Florida’s Space Coast includes Cocoa Beach, Melbourne, Palm Bay and Titusville and is only 35 miles east of Orlando – making it Orlando’s closest beaches and a short trip to experience some of these delightful dining options. The Space Coast is also a nature-goers paradise, a beach-lovers dream and home to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Port Canaveral and an array of shops, museums, attractions and beach-side accommodations. Visit www.VisitSpaceCoast.com for more.