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Romantic Dining, Cocoa/Cocoa Beach's Best Restaurants, Homestyle: If you're looking for comfort food with a modern spin, check out Crush Eleven in Cocoa Village. This restaurant offers unique spins on some of the all-time favorites, like mac and cheese and French fries. Except here, they're "one-year cheddar mac and cheese" with tater tots and giardiniera, and green bean fries with smoked paprika aioli. This restaurant is casual, yet contemporary, offering craft beer, wine and cocktails. Food is served in such a way to encourage sharing it around the table, which gives is an old-fashioned, family feeling and makes your meal a social experience. It's only fitting that diners sit at large wooden tables. Start your meal with pretzel-dusted fried green tomatoes and fill up with root beer braised short ribs. Chicken Under a Brick is another favorite. After you dine, stroll past the Indian River and through quirky Cocoa Village and explore the galleries and shops nearby.

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Local Expert Aimee Heckel Says:

Romantic Dining, Cocoa/Cocoa Beach's Best Restaurants, Homestyle: "Try the Chicken Under a Brick, crispy chicken thighs served with lemon confit and mascarpone parmesan polenta. Om nom nom!"

Best for Romantic Dining Because: Crush Eleven is an upbeat, modern, friendly atmosphere in the heart of Cocoa Village. After you eat, stroll the streets and shops.

Best for Cocoa/Cocoa Beach's Best Restaurants Because: Crush Eleven is trendy and modern, with a farm-fresh, family-style feeling.

Best for Homestyle Because: Crush Eleven serves up comfort food with a modern spin.






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