Titusville is a city in and the county seat of Brevard County, Florida, United States. The city's population was 43,761 as of the 2010 United States Census. Titusville is on the Indian River, west of Merritt Island and the Kennedy Space Center, and south-southwest of the Canaveral National Seashore. It is a principal city of the Palm Bay–Melbourne–Titusville Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Titusville
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Thank you for considering the Heroes Grill! We are a Veteran Owned and Operated American Restaurant. We are proud to tribute Police, Fire, Military and first responders. All these fine folks get 10% off their meal. We specialize in Great Burgers, Wings and Cheesesteaks. We also have a great selection of smoked meats such as Pulled Pork, Spare Ribs and BBQ Brisket complete with Southern Sides Enjoy a family friendly atmosphere and kind service. Why Cook? Eat at HEROES!!!
Heroes Grill is a real find! The food is all delicious and huge portions for unbelievable low prices. The French fries are outstanding. A large order can feed four people with hot, fresh, crisp, homemade fries. The pulled pork was tremendous. The brisket was also delicious. You can take out or eat in. We will go back!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Dixie Crossroads has been serving great tasting seafood, char-grilled steaks, prime rib, chicken, fresh salads and their famous corn fritters since 1983. The menu features the very best local shrimp and fish from Port Canaveral and ranges from low cost sandwiches and baskets to high end seafood combos. Themed rooms and an air conditioned gazebo with a bar can accommodate groups of all sizes. Kids (and adults) enjoy feeding the fish and turtles in the outside pond.
We stopped here after spending a day at the Kennedy Space Center. It was the best food we had during our week in FLA. The hush puppy appetizers were great. I had fried oysters which were wonderful & my husband tried a seafood medley which...More" It was the best food we had during our week in FLA." WOW - thank you for the AWESOME compliment!
4.5 based on 918 reviews
We both love Mexican food and recently my husband has talked about trying Cuban food, so this place looked like a good soliution. He ordered the Cuban Picadillo de Criola served with rice, black beans & sweet fried plantains. He loved it.Now I'm searching for the same recipe to make at home. I had the enchiladas rancheros which were also delicious. we will return when we visit titusville again.
4.5 based on 511 reviews
In 1968, we were just a local BBQ joint in Gainesville, Florida. Today, we're still a local BBQ joint. We just happen to be in a few more locations. But we still do things the same way Floyd "Sonny" Tillman and his wife, Lucille, did back then. We still slow-smoke over oak for up to 12 hours at a time. We still serve generous portions. And we still believe people should be able to go out to eat and feel right at home.
We stopped by after a long day at Kennedy Space Center, and after having a hard time spotting it, we found Sonny's. The building was under extensive renovation when we were there earlier in the year - I trust it's probably fixed now.
Service was attentive and very kind. Food was solid - I got ribs and my wife ordered a 1/4 chicken - both were more good than excellent, but the prices more than made up the difference. Wasn't too far off the highway - Sonny's makes for a great stop either before or after the Space Center. Recommended.
4.5 based on 237 reviews
We are regular visitors, both for lunch (T-F) and dinner (F-S) and Chef Larry never fails to amaze me with his creative menus which change weekly and Stev published in advance, and are always fresh and innovative. The salmon, served this weekend with an amazing coconut curry lime sauce, was perfectly prepared. You always have a choice of 4 entrees and all served with soup and salad and wonderful mashed potatoes and a vegetable and are $15 or less The crab cakes appetizers will NOT disappoint, and if you can manage it, there is always a choice of beautiful and delicious desserts. His tiny cracker style cottage is a local hidden gem. Do yourself a favor: Make a reservation, BYOB and get ready to delight your tastebuds
4.5 based on 276 reviews
Stopped for breakfast and had Steve’s special. 2 eggs, hash browns, bacon, 1 sausage link, 1 slice French toast and 1 pancake for $8.99. Good coffee and good service. A few cranky old farts were giving our waitress a hard time because their hash browns were given to another customer and they had to wait, but it was not her fault. We would go back.
4 based on 580 reviews
Enjoyed the atmosphere, was a relaxing meal. Prime rib was the special, could have had a bit more flavor to it, mine was tender, my husband's was not. Waiter was all over the place, thought we should have gotten bread after our drinks arrived, instead it came after appetizer and with salads.
May go again, breaded haddock was recommended by a friend.
4 based on 508 reviews
Typical Cracker Barrel where you wait in the gift shop for a table. Southern comfort food is on the menu, but it's hard to relax in the noisy dining room. My weakness is the chicken and dumplings with salad and steamed vegetables as sides. The food was okay, but the with the wait, the lateness of the hour, and the clatter of dishes breaking, I just wanted to eat and get out of there.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
While we are not usually beer pub type people, relatives asked us to join them for a visit. I liked the house made beer OK, the hubs was not impressed. He is a lager person. The relatives loved theirs and the hard cider. Opted for...MoreThank you so much for visiting us! We try to have a little something for everyone and we're happy to hear that you enjoyed yourself. Thanks for the review and we hope to see you again soon, cheers!
4 based on 273 reviews
Expensive for what you get. Wife's eggplant parm was drowned in cheese. Chocolate cake, however, is to die for.
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