Best Space Coast, FL Restaurants

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    Venice at Cocoa Beach

    Venice at Cocoa Beach opened on the Space Coast in 2014, inspired by Venice Beach in California. The restaurant brings a mini Venice to Florida,...

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    Seafood Atlantic Inc

    The motto here is "the freshest seafood in the world," and it's true. There's no way to surpass this caught-fresh-daily freshness. Seafood Atlantic is where...

    Photo courtesy of Flickr user Rusty Clark
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    Crackers Island Grille

    Crackers Island Grill is a local surfers' favorite. This relaxed restaurant in Cape Canaveral is close to the waves and next door to Core Surf, so it draws...

    Photo courtesy of Crackers Island Grill
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    Yellow Dog Café

    From the talented Stuart Borton (owner of Stuart's Bistro in Indialantic) comes this exciting cafe, which put the community of Malabar on the culinary map....

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    River Rocks Dining & Drinks Dockside

    River Rocks specializes in seafood (say hello to a fried whole snapper with butternut squash mash), but its entrees from the land won't leave you wanting --...

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    Black Tulip

    One of the best-known spots to eat in Cocoa Village, the Black Tulip has been thrilling palates since 1981 with its expertly-prepared fare and charming...

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About Space Coast, FL Restaurants

After a day of surfing, exploring the historic downtowns or touring the space museum, treat your tongue to some excellent seafood with picturesque views. From the exquisite sushi at the Haru Sushi Bar and Grill to a simple and quick crab cake at Long Doggers, there's no shortage of foodie options on the Space Coast. Looking for a dinner with a view? River Rocks Dining's view is just as yummy as its seafood. Looking for a change of pace? You can also find French-inspired menus, Cajun dishes and plenty of pasta -- even gluten-free -- in Brevard County and the surrounding areas. 

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