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“Outdoor area is waterfront, indoors is two levels of live performances. Go to their website and get their calendar on time, dates and performers.”
38 locals recommend
Pub
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“'MOM' has character and then some - like being in a genuine Irish pub (I imagine). Great food, plenty of beer, live music and loads of fun. Don't miss the bean soup for 19 cents - it's really great!”
26 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Critically acclaimed writer, folklorist, and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston wrote, of Historic Eau Gallie, “Somehow, this one spot on earth feels like home to me. I have always intended to come back here. That is why I am doing so much to make a go of it.” Eau Gallie is just across the bridge from Indian Harbour Beach. You may not be able to tell just by driving past, but this charming art town has enchanted dozens of America's greatest thinkers. Head over on a Saturday morning to check out local artists, visit the two museums, and explore the local flea market.”
13 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Fish sandwiches are great! Live music on the weekends and a really cool outdoor beach area on the river to eat/drink.”
22 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“Known for an Amusement Park boasts go-kart tracks, ropes course, working train, laser tag & mini golf. Look on Groupon for deals”
19 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“This art museum is owned by Florida Tech a local University. Located in the heart of the arts district and just down the street from Uncle Scotty's. They have both an art gallery and an education center that offers a variety of art and pottery classes. Admission is always free. ”
10 locals recommend
Cinema
1 local recommends
Bar
“Outside patio. Well-trained bartenders and staff. Edgy music. Kitschy decor.”
6 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Sports-centric alehouse with a hearty American menu & over 100 beers, including many craft beers.”
16 locals recommend
Cinema
“This movie theater is tucked in the corner of the same shopping plaza with Publix -- just north about 2 minute drive.”
3 locals recommend
Bar
“The Salty Fox is a bar/ restaurant that has a great food with unique choices. They serve Sunday brunch, daily lunch and dinner. They have a pool table and a full liquor bar. Their activities include, karaoke, bottomless mimosas during brunch and onesies bar crawls and more. This is a very fun place. They are located in the heart of the arts district, next door to the brewery and across the street from a comedy improv club. ”
3 locals recommend
Bar
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“Good beachside steakhouse and a good value. Peanut shells on the floor motif. No reservations, so call ahead to get your name in line.”
7 locals recommend
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1 local recommends
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6 locals recommend
Restaurant
“It's a tavern but most definitely a restaurant. A great place to go before seeing a movie at the Premiere Oaks Theatre. Inspired by Ernest Hemingway, this tavern has a great menu from casual burgers, sandwiches, and appetizers to creative entrees (e.g., pork belly on flatbread, Calypso Lobster, Conch Fritters and Snapper Hemingway to name a few). Worth checking out for sure....”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Hula Moon Tiki Grill 4.3 (8) · Restaurant 0.4 mi · 1900 Florida A1A Closes at 9:00 PM”
4 locals recommend