Reviews on American food in Melbourne, Florida, United States. Melbourne /ˈmɛlbərn/ is a city in Brevard County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 76,068. The municipality is the second-largest in the county by both size and population. Melbourne is a principal city of the Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. In 1969 the city was expanded by merging with nearby Eau Gallie.
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4 based on 445 reviews
Tried for first time after just moving to Palm Bay / Melbourne area. My wife had shrimp and I had the Grouper Onion Crusted. Both were fresh and very well cooked. Great sauces on the side for both dishes. Mashed potatoes were exceptional. Great Pineapple Cider Beer too that was locally brewed. Quality service and wait staff as well. Highly recommended, will be back to try some more fish dishes for sure!
4 based on 371 reviews
Long Doggers Indialantic was opened July 1997 by Al Steiginga and LJ Burr and was the first ever Long Doggers.
I consider myself a regular at this casual beach like establishment because the food is so consistent. The seasonal fresh fish is always grilled perfectly, and the Caribbean-esque bowls are always satisfying. Love the plantains! Good selection of local craft beers and a staff who is always friendly and work together as a team. For casual dining you canât go wrong. Just a laid back atmosphere with quality food. Wear your Long Dogger T-shirt on Tuesday for a discount! And, oh, yeah, if in doubt try the hot dog platter. This is Long Doggers after all.
4 based on 462 reviews
Locally sourced ingredients, internationally inspired cuisine
My wife heard about this spot and I have passed it hundreds of times but never stopped. So we went for lunch and it was packed but they had available seating at the bar right away which is always a plus. The service was fast and friendly, the flavor and freshness of the food was surprising and will have us being a regular.
4 based on 586 reviews
Half restaurant. Half beer bar. Half biergarten. Florida's oldest continuously operating craft beer-focused restaurant.
We stopped in for a weekend lunch, and arrived just before the lunch crowd. The beer selection and the beer we sampled was good. Lunch was a mixed review with a solid good for the chicken sandwich and the rice & beans side dish, and a poor for the crab cakes and onion rings. The crab cakes were mostly filling. Check the photo - there are some pieces of crab meat - but all of the rest is just breading, and rather bland. The onion rings were frozen, not fresh, and unimpressive.We did finish with a slice of Key Lime pie which was good enough to leave us smiling. Our recommendation - avoid the crab cakes, onion rings, and probably all the rest of the "seafood" choices. Stick with typical Biergarten foods such as the chicken and burger sandwiches. And definitely try the Key Lime pie!
4 based on 299 reviews
Thought we would try this cafe for breakfast. Service is great, people are super friendly and breakfast was wonderful. We got our order quickly and it was still very warm. Iâll be going here again!
4 based on 281 reviews
Had a wonderful time at Backwater - the food was EXCELLENT and much different than the other offerings we found available. They offer a "make your own pancakes" option, but, really, if you get anything there, I'm sure you'll be satisfied. We enjoyed the Bayou Benedict, the Lemon Poppyseed Pancakes, the Gator and Waffles, and the Okeechobee Ice Cream. No one left hungry for sure! The iced coffee is tasty and they provide great mimosa offerings as well. The service staff was also great - Rich was friendly, helpful, and generally delightful as he guided us through our first visit. Will definitely return in the future.
4 based on 151 reviews
This is the kind of place travelers love to find, a local favorite that's inexpensive and serves good food. The menu offers plenty of sides and add-ons, so you create your own biscuit masterpiece, or even biscuit alternatives (bagels, I think). In my case, it was a fried chicken biscuit with gravy. Staff, assuming the owners, are very friendly. There's room inside for about a dozen diners, more seating outside. I'd be happy to come here again.
4 based on 2046 reviews
Meg O'Malley's authentic Irish cuisine and pub offers everything from the famous corned beef cuban to mouth-watering nightly specials and Sunday brunch. Meg O'Malley's is the place to be for enjoying the latest trends and specials in town. We offer Sunday
Stopped in here for dinner on a Tuesday evening. Not knowing that Tuesdays are Live music nights from 6 to 9 P.M. That being said, the place fills up very fast and it gets exceedingly loud.However, the service, food and dink here is absolutely over the top delicious. The menu is quite large and full of fantastic Irish dishes that come out of the kitchen looking wonderful. We shared a Trio Appetizer of Potato Balls, Sausage Rolls and Cabbage Wraps that were to 'die' for! Next we ordered The Pub Trinity...Shepherdâs Pie, Irish Stew, and Bangers & Mash. Served with buttered cabbage and brown bread. Holy Cow!! Talk about a lot of food....no one walks away hungry! Their Black & Tans are awesome as well.The menu is one where you could eat for a month every day and not order the same item twice. I wish that we had a restaurant like this one in our town. I would be here every day for sure.
4 based on 642 reviews
Iâm so happy we decided to try Hemingwayâs last night before the movies. We sat at the bar and Sam took good care of us. The cocktail selection was amazing. The food was different and delicious. Sam even held our leftovers in the cooler until we finished the movie..! What GREAT service. We will definitely be back
3 based on 90 reviews
This place has a nice variety in their drink menu and the food menu was a nice surprise. We stopped in for a drink & appetizer before going to dinner down the street. The oxtail poutine was absolutely delicious and the deviled eggs had a nice kick to them. We will be back soon!
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