Spend the day shopping in one of the county’s bustling regional malls, or opt to peruse through the shops in one of the many charming downtown shopping districts.
No matter what the taste, Brevard County is sure to please every shopper. And make sure to stop in one of the many dining establishments to tame that appetite. Diners can find everything from quick fixes to fine dining restaurants overlooking the waterfront to delicious dessert stops.
A growing hot spot for retailers, Viera boasts the newest addition to the Space Coast’s already vast shopping offerings – The Avenue.
This outdoor mall encompasses beautiful courtyards and houses a host of well-known stores including Talbots; Coldwater Creek; Bed, Bath and Beyond; the Bombay Company and Kirkland’s.
Restaurants are also available on-site with Panera Bread, The Melting Pot and the Pizza Gallery and Grill all included. Down the street shoppers will find several more shopping centers, featuring Pier 1 Imports, Linens and Things, and a Wal-Mart Super Center. Retailers continue to join in on the tremendous growth in the Viera area, bringing in an even more eclectic array of products.
A handful of malls are located in Brevard County, each filled with unique specialty shops, large department stores and food courts and restaurants.
The Melbourne Square Mall offers 125 shops, while Merritt Square Mall is equipped with 80 specialty shops and restaurants, the Cobb Merritt Square 16 Cinemas and the newly established restaurants of TGI Friday’s and Uno’s Chicago Grill.
Patrons can also indulge in their shopping needs at Miracle City Mall and Searstown Mall in Titusville, as well as the 265,000 square foot Palm Bay West Regional Shopping Center.
The quaint downtown shopping areas at Titusville, Cocoa Village, Merritt Park Place, Eau Gallie and Melbourne are lined with a wealth of specialty shops, galleries, antique stores and plenty of sites for dining.
Further shopping and dining sites not to be missed include the popular Ron Jon Surf Shop in Cocoa Beach, Fifth Avenue in Indialantic, Babcock Street in Melbourne and the Super Flea and Farmer’s Market, covering over 150,000 square feet of deals on fresh produce, clothing, books, furniture and much more.