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zelmo2001 Jul 3, 2011 11:45 AM

Hi going to Melbourn beach and I am looking for good seafood and something different, we have been to squid lips and the new England and are looking for something new and exciting thank you all!!

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    Burnsey Oct 27, 2011 02:52 PM

    I am just returning from a nice visit to FL and while there ate at Billie's Burger which is strangely located inside Spessard Holland beach area. Great sandwiches, fries, and service. This is a take out place on the beach, nothing fancy. Wooden picnic benches and umbrellas. The food was reasonably priced. Bread was made in house. Fries were cooked when ordered. Plus, free WiFi.

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      booamy13 Jul 9, 2011 08:02 AM

      I live in Melbourne Beach and sadly there aren't a lot of seafood restaurants. There is a new one that opened in the shopping center where Melbourne Beach Market is called David's Steak & Seafood which you may want to try. I have never been so I can't say whether it's good or not. Moo's has great Italian Water Ice. Bizzarro's pizza is fantastic. Cafe Coconut Grove is by far the best restaurant in Melbourne Beach. You want to try the Island Fish Grill in Indialantic which I've heard is really good although a little pricey. Enjoy your visit!

      1. SGerrety Jul 6, 2011 01:11 PM

        For something a little different, I would highly recommend Robburrito's. The atmoshere is really relaxed and the owners are always so welcoming. I always get the Naked Burrito with pork, cheese, sauce (Creamy Chipotle & Texas BBQ) & slawsa and my husband is all about the Monster Burrito with Fish.

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          zelmo2001 Jul 6, 2011 04:44 PM

          That's sounds great always drove past it but never stopes will do this time. Any new seafood in the area? I am also looking for great seafood markets? Thanks for the info

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            SGerrety Jul 7, 2011 02:54 PM

            We live in the Jacksonville area and only make it down to Melbourne Beach every so often so I'm not too familiar with the seafood markets. I wish I could be of more help. I'll keep you posted if I hear of anything worth sharing : )

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              zelmo2001 Jul 7, 2011 03:22 PM

              Thank you so much, i am sitting at the airport just about to board so excited to get back to the beach! But I am hearing there is a tropical depression! Oh no I need ice-cream to get over this!

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                rhnault Jul 7, 2011 03:32 PM

                we were at mooo- somethings on Melbourne Beach on Sunday night. Very old ice cream place. Funny cow stuff about

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                  zelmo2001 Jul 7, 2011 04:22 PM

                  Omg that's my fav no better ice-cream !! And bizarros pizza the best!

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                    rhnault Jul 7, 2011 04:47 PM

                    I saw Bizarro's. It was still packed at 10 at night. We were trying to go to cold stone but there were 2 girls working and about 50 in line. There are a few places I would like to try in Melbourne but the in laws live there and like to stay at one of the big hotels on the beach when we come over and eat there as well. The only independent places I have ever eaten at there are River Rocks and the ice cream place.

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                      RibDog Jul 7, 2011 08:06 PM

                      One place that I like is Dakine Diego but it is up on Satellite Beach, about ten minutes north. Excellent surfer style tacos and burritos!

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              cavandre Jul 8, 2011 07:00 AM

              As for seafood markets, the closest that I can think of is the Green Turtle Market.


              Green Turtle Market
              855 E Eau Gallie Blvd, Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937

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            cavandre Jul 3, 2011 04:59 PM

            In the "something different" category, check out Cafe Coconut Cove. It's not often you can have good German fare at the beach.


            Cafe Coconut Cove
            4210 S Highway A1A, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951

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              zelmo2001 Jul 3, 2011 05:45 PM

              I forgot about coconut cove! Love it but we are realy looking for good seafood with oyster bar and I am not sure if any new ones have pop up since I was last there

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