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HappyLawyer
03-24-2005, 08:19 AM
where is there to go are ther resturants in the area for breakfast, luch and dinner, i am not sure i want to eat at the hotel i was just curious if there were other options

logan1_2000
03-24-2005, 11:26 AM
Check out the Grills; accessible through Dave's DCL tribute site on his maps of the port, there is a link to the restaurant's menus.

lazarru
03-24-2005, 12:22 PM
We went to Slow & Low Bar-B-Que last month, about 10 mins down the road in Cocoa Beach. Very very good fun an a ton of it

ljql_5969
03-24-2005, 12:41 PM
Thanks for the suggestions! :flower:

RonnieJo66
03-24-2005, 05:17 PM
:wave: If you are staying at The Radisson..

Kelsey's is right next door to you and they have great pizzas and pastas!

Hugs,

RonnieJo :flower: :mickeybar

poconoboatniks
03-24-2005, 06:18 PM
Grills has great Mahi Mahi.

Poconoboatniks

AspiringCindy
03-24-2005, 06:55 PM
:wave: If you are staying at The Radisson..

Kelsey's is right next door to you and they have great pizzas and pastas!

Hugs,

RonnieJo :flower: :mickeybar

What time is Kelsey's opened until?

RonnieJo66
03-24-2005, 07:05 PM
:confused3 Sorry AspiringCindy...I don't remember.

Anyone else stayed there recently who remembers???

Hugs,

RonnieJo

suez live
03-24-2005, 07:53 PM
Be sure to try Sailors Choice, beyond the cruise slips on 401 just outside the gates to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station! Great place for the kids!

Oh, wait, on second thought, donít bring the kids--or the folks, or your significant other. . . (unless of course you are looking for someplace that makes Hooters look like Chuckie Cheese!)

cruiseonmagic
03-28-2005, 03:20 PM
Grills Seafood Deck is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They have a band Wed, thur, and fri starting around 430 and sat & sun around 2p. Slow & Low is a great choice--I've had lunch there many times. The "new kid on the block" is Fishlips at the port in the Suncruz casino building. The first floor is a restaurant with small bar. Second floor has a sports bar, an outdoor/tiki bar, big deck overlooking the water. This place has good food, and a very good staff. If you have any problems, just mention it and it will be taken care of. The Cocoa Beach Pier has several restaurants, rental fishing equipment, volleyball, surfing, etc.

My favorites are definitely Grills, fishlips and Beef O'brady's (it's about 1.5 miles south of the radisson in the publix shopping plaza.) The way they discribe Beef's is a "family sports bar". The last time I was there, I wanted a wing sauce that had certain flavors in it. I mentioned it to the chef, and a few minutes later he came out with a sauce that was incredible. All 3 are family friendly and its hard not to have a good time.

Try the tuna ruben at grills--it's just like a regular ruben made with a fresh tuna steak-it's fantastic! The fish and cheese is very good too--it's like a philly cheese steak, made with mahi, or tuna.

Gotta run--I'm meeting people at grills :teeth:

Grills--- www.sunrisemarina.com

webray
03-28-2005, 03:48 PM
We eat at Grills, for lunch, dinner, lol, and then for breakfast early the next morning, after the magic has arrived. The food is wonderful!