Destination Brevard’s Daily Report

Here’s something new so that you don’t miss out on what’s going on around Brevard County whether you’re following us on social media or not.



From Space Coast Daily- Brevard Zoo’s Goats Lilly and Violet Enjoy Brevard Zoo’s Renovated Petting Zone, Now Named The Barnyard

From Orlando News 6- Here’s why you didn’t see many lovebugs this year

Business Spotlights

Beachside Wines– 1301 South Patrick Dr. #58, Satellite Beach, FL 32937, We are a small, boutique wine venue where you will find wines not offered in retail stores anywhere in Brevard County. Casual tastings and seated, intimate tastings paired with catered food (RSVP only) will be offered along with wine concierge services!

Grey Belly’s– 601 E New Haven Ave, Melbourne, FL 32901, Grab that amazing breakfast or lunch sandwich!! Embrace the Lull!!!

Eatz Suntree– 7965 N Wickham Rd, Melbourne, FL 32940, We are a specialty restaurant and provide fresh food daily. All our food is made to order go to our web site and check out our menu. We also cater.

Intracoastal Brewing Company– 652 W Eau Gallie Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935, Intracoastal Brewing Company is in the heart of the Eau Gallie Arts District serving craft beer to Melbourne and the Space Coast area. We have a continuous rotating menu of original hand calculated recipes. The tasting room has a coastal feel with our warm staff waiting to welcome you.

Bailey’s Gym– 3290 Suntree Blvd Unit 103, Melbourne, FL 32940, Shane and Kristin have been avid fitness enthusiasts for most of their lives. Shane started his fitness journey in long distance running, found his way into a CrossFit gym, then discovered the joys and benefits of strength training. Kristin played various team sports throughout her childhood and college years, and later stumbled across CrossFit. The first step through the doors of a CrossFit gym sparked an interest that has inspired her to learn and try things that she had never knew existed.

Christian Brother’s Automotive– 6315 N Wickham Rd, Melbourne, FL 32940, Since 1982, Christian Brothers Automotive has sought to change the way customers think about auto service by providing knowledgeable, honest, and genuine car repairs. Since that time, we have assisted countless individuals and families with their auto service needs and gotten them back on the road with as little hassle as possible.

Sunrise Diner- 365 W Cocoa Beach Causeway, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, If you’re looking for a warm and family-friendly atmosphere to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner, stop in at family-owned and operated Sunrise Family Restaurant. We offer American, Greek, and Italian cuisine and fresh seafood is prepared daily. Not only do we have a huge variety of menu items, it’s all home cooked with lots of comfort foods including everyone’s favorite – meatloaf!

Bonefish Willy’s– 2459 Pineapple Ave # B, Melbourne, FL 32935, Historic Bonefish Willy Riverfront Grille , family owned and operated since 1999- CELEBRATING OUR 20th YEAR, is known as Brevard’s Best Riverfront seafood Grille. Get away to the islands! Set among tall palm trees, this historical site in Melbourne is at one of the highest points on the Indian River. Enjoy Bonefish Willy’s spectacular views and warm atmosphere on our open SUN-SHADED deck. Dine inside with old Florida-style surroundings or outside on the deck and let the tropical breeze and island-style music take you away. Live music on Friday and Saturday nights 6 to 9 pm and Sunday afternoon from 4 to 7 pm. We’ve got you covered with SUNSHADES OR DECK HEATERS for those cool evenings. Enjoy what we are known for, all types of delicious fresh seafood,and shellfish, chicken, and steak or try one of the daily fresh fish Chef Selections. Bonefish Willy’s is located 1 mile north of the Eau Gallie Causeway (518) on Pineapple Ave. or Mile Marker 101 on the Indian River.

Taj: Fine Indian Cuisine– 2290 Town Center Ave APT 115, Melbourne, FL 32940, Taj was started by a group of best friends who had a vision to create a restaurant, which would help take away the many stigmas surrounding Indian food and make it more relatable to western society. However, they wanted to do so, while preserving the beautiful culture and authenticity of the restaurant. Not having much prior knowledge of the restaurant business, it was a journey to say the least; turning a photography studio into a restaurant was no easy task. Through all the trials & tribulations, the Taj group persevered, creating a beautiful restaurant highlighting Indian architecture and authentic Indian cuisine.

Staying true to their vision, the restaurant simplifies Indian food and relates dishes to western fare, helping to close the gap of unfamiliarity many feel. Distinguishably, understanding that many run at the sight of Indian food due to how spicy it is, Taj allows its guests to choose their level of heat on most of it’s dishes. Architecturally, some key features of the restaurant include all the beautiful Turkish lights imported from Turkey, inspiring antique gold ceilings, and a mesmerizing wooden room divider carved by the same family who carved similar dividers for Indian emperors 100’s of years ago.

Celo’s Shawarma Factory– 7954 N Wickham Rd ste 121, Melbourne, FL 32940, Celo’s Shawarma Factory Brevard’s newest fast casual restaurant. Here at Celo’s we hope to amplify and spread the flavors of traditional Med~Eastern cuisine and UNEARTH YOUR FLAVOR.


Featured Events

10/9- The Haunted Lair in Palm Bay is open Fri-Sat until Halloween

10/8- 10/31- Haunted Airboat Rides at Camp Holly in West Melbourne

10/9- Movie on the Green at the DRS Community Center in Satellite Beach

10/15- Adult Flashlight Pumpkin Hunt at the Crane Community Center in Melbourne

10/16- Turkey Creek Art Show at the Tony Rosa Community Center in Palm Bay

10/16 & 10/17- Annual Cocoa Village Main Street Fall Art and Craft Fair throughout Cocoa Village

10/16 & 17- Orlando Air & Space Show at Sanford International Airport featuring the US Air Force Thunderbirds

10/23- Drive Boo Trick or Treat at the Melbourne Auditorium

10/23- Free Drive Up Movie in the Park at Fred Poppe Regional Park in Palm Bay


Woo hoo, this is the fourth edition of the DBDR!  We’ve got some ideas to add more info that you might be interested in so make sure you’re checking the website each evening.  See you tomorrow with more.  If you have any suggestions for how we can make this new feature more helpful, please send an email to