Dixie Crossroads

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1475 Garden Street, Titusville, FL, USA
(321) 268-5000

Dixie Crossroads Titusville Reviews

AirTravelMan AirTrave…
1 reviews
Awesome Local Seafood! Mar 07, 2011
If you're in the Central Florida area and like seafood, Dixie Crossroads is the place to eat! They have fresh local seafood and the "rock shrimp" is the best! It's a shrimp with a hard shell similar to a lobster and has a sweet taste to it.

The corn fritters aren't too shabby either! I've eatten at this restaurant several times and don't really think that you can go wrong here no matter what you order!
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thegreatbertino thegreat…
12 reviews
Real Florida Seafood Dec 26, 2010
I must say, nowhere else in the world serves such good quality seafood in such a genuine down-home style for such moderate prices. The hush puppies are endless and delicious, and the rock shrimp can't be beat, let alone found, anywhere else. Take the rock shrimp broiled: it's like miniature lobster.
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teslablye teslablye
9 reviews
Seafood Joint Along the Space Coast Sep 30, 2008
Ah, Dixie Crossroads. My mouth starts to water with every thought of that restaurant. You will find this place tucked away along the "space coast" in this town called Titusville. Most of you will probably go to Cape Canaveral where Kennedy Space Center is, or to Cocoa Beach. All you have to do is travel about twenty minutes north. There is a full range of food offered here. But my favorite that you have to try is the native rock shrimp that is caught right of the coast. It is shrimp that has the taste and texture that is much like lobster. If you have kids, there is no worry. While you wait for your seat on a busy day you can take your little tikes and feed the fish in large outside pond. You can also have a drink or listen to a live band play outside as well. You will not be disspointed with this restaurant.

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