Restaurants in Palm Bay

Up to 50% Off Le Bon Cafe

Le Bon Cafe


$8 $4

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

45% Off at Julian’s Mediterranean Restaurant

Julian's Mediterranean Restaurant

Sea Side Center

$20 $11

Greek burgers with feta, prime rib, and pan-fried fish counter huge menu of vegan fare vegetarian dishes, such as lima bean curry

Up to 50% Off Breakfast or Seafood Dinner at Suntree Cafe II

Suntree Cafe II


$15 $7.50

Eggs benedict and pancake breakfasts segue into seafood specialties such as Maine lobster rolls

45% Off Cheesesteaks, Crabs, Pierogies & Wings at Steagles Pub

Steagles Pennsylvania Pub


$20 $11

Pittsburgh- and Philly-style cuisine, including cheese steaks, hoagies, pierogi, wings, burgers, and munchies

Up to 50% Off at Bizzarro Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria

Bizzarro Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria


$30 $16


In a casual restaurant with decorative archways, diners enjoy customizable pizzas, pasta dishes with housemade sauce, and hot and cold subs

47% Off Italian Food at Bacco Wine Cafe

Bacco Wine Cafe


$30 $16


Entrees such as pork tenderloin in white wine and rosemary and beef tenderloin in a green-peppercorn cream sauce

Up to 48% Off at La Piazza Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria

La Piazza Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria


$47.95 $26

Sample Italian staples such as caprese salad, veal parmigiana, and linguini tossed with seafood in a white wine sauce

Up to 47% Off at Bella Luna Restaurant and Pizzeria

Bella Luna Restaurant and Pizzeria


$49.40 $27

Classic dishes such as pizzas with fresh mozzarella, thick slabs of lasagna and linguine sautéed with clams, and a white garlic sauce

Captain Katanna's – Up to 43% Off Dinner

Captain Katanna's

River Front Melbourne

$51.85 $31


Dig into a hearty pasta, new york strip, or habanero-citrus-glazed grouper at this waterside eatery with an open-air tiki bar

39% Off at Chef's Corner

Chef's Corner

Melbourne Beach

$18 $11


Bite into New York- and Chicago-stye pizzas, hot subs, or authentic Italian entrees like lasagna and chicken marsala

Up to 46% Off at Old School Pizza

Old School Pizza


$10 $5.50


Tasty pizzas and other pub fare at eatery with old-school '80s and '90s decor

Beef 'O' Brady's - Up to 56% Off Pub Food

Beef 'O' Brady's


$14 $8

Jumbo wings hand tossed in 12 signature sauces, fresh Angus burgers, onion rings, burritos, and sliders

Up to 46% Off Seafood Meal at Squid Lips

Squid Lips

Multiple Locations

$50.97 $29

Seafood meals with appetizers such as coconut shrimp and entrees such as lobster-n-crab cake and stuffed flounder

Select Local Merchants

Cultivating familial vibes is easy for chef Luis, as his clan joins him in the kitchen daily. Blanca, Tracie, Arleen, and the rest of the Las Palmas entourage invite patrons to taste the tropics through a diverse menu of authentic Cuban dishes. Sautéed chicken, pork, and ham insulate an array of pressed cuban sandwiches served with fries that are the perfect size for mending holes in bowling balls. Entrees flaunt piles of slow-cooked shredded steak as well as fresh, pan-seared fish flanked by sides such as sweet plantains, black beans, and yucca.

1390 S US Highway 1

Cuisine Type: Italian food and pizza
Most popular offering: New York–style pizza
Kid-friendly: Yes
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Alcohol: Beer and wine only
Number of Tables: 11–25
Outdoor Seating: No
Established: 2014
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Our homemade sauce and meatballs are one-of-a-kind family recipes.

Q&A with Garry and Wendy, Working Owners

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
We have a family-friendly menu with typical Italian entrees and homemade recipes that nobody else offers. Our sauce is cooked for a minimum of five hours, and our meatballs are untouchable. We offer appetizers, salads, New York–style pizza, heroes, entrees, and homemade deserts such as tiramisu and New York–style cheesecake. Don't forget the espresso.

What is one of your most popular offerings? How is it prepared?
Our very own G's Ooey Gooey: your choice of meatballs, chicken, pork, or sausage cut up into bite-size pieces mixed with our special homemade sauce and Grande-brand mozzarella cheese baked in the oven. That mixture is then put on a hero roll—which is made in-house—and covered with more sauce and Grande mozzarella cheese, and baked again in the oven.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We use the best ingredients money can buy and don't skimp on quality. We put our heart and soul into our food, so it may take a bit longer to cook and may cost a few cents more than others, but we are confident you won't find food that tastes better anywhere else in Palm Bay.

5275 Babcock Street Northeast
Palm Bay,

Mustard's Last Stand's bun buffs grill up a wide selection of Vienna Beef hot dogs, draping them in dynamic ingredients from around the globe for creative and internationally inspired meals. The Spudtacular cheese dog ($2.99) tucks potato pancakes and sport peppers under a blanket of melted cheddar and swiss drizzled with brown mustard, and Guac the Dog ($2.99) disguises furtive franks in guacamole, cheese, salsa, and onions to covertly infiltrate nachos' strategic marketing meetings. Buns take five as The Lois ($4.75) smothers a bacon-laden bagel dog with cream cheese, and The Cowboy ($3.49) saddles up beef and bacon within a deep-fried tortilla topped with cheese and chili. Cajun-style palettes can skip the hot-link for a shrimp po boy ($3.75) sporting a frock of onions, tomatoes, and thousand island dressing and accompanied by a side of garlic fries ($2.29), or a half-order of chili-cheese fire fries ($2.99) spiked with spicy giardiniera. Patrons can jumbo-size their hot dogs for $1 extra, as well as cool their torrid tongues with a selection from the panoply of fountain drinks ($1.29–$1.79), an ice-cold beer, or a chalice of their self-brought liquid nitrogen.

1288 N Harbor City Blvd

Besides strengthening arm muscles and Jeff Bridges impressions, 10-pin bowling on Shore Lanes' brand new alleyways strengthens socio-familial bonds by giving friends and families a casual, nonviolent arena to challenge each other. 42-inch LCD screens adorn this official PBA practice center's shiny lanes, each outfitted with QubicaAMF electronic scoring systems and automatic bumpers for pintsize orb pitchers. Guests can also use their Groupon during X-Factor bowling, which combines an eye-popping light show with pumping pop tunes, allowing friends to go head-to-head against cosmic pinheads while engaging each other in Barry Manilow sing-along battles.

4851 Dairy Rd

When The Melting Pot originally opened in 1975 just outside Orlando, diners had just three options: swiss-cheese fondue, beef fondue, or chocolate fondue. The restaurant first expanded four years later, when an enterprising waiter at the initial location opened up a new outpost in Tallahassee. Today, the company—now owned by that original waiter, Mark Johnston, and his brothers Mike and Bob—stretches across North America with more than 140 restaurants linked by underground tunnels. The restaurant's menu has also expanded, and patrons can now expect six varieties of hot dipping cheese, paired with salads, meats, and molten chocolate.

2230 Town Center Ave, Ste 101

Light from candles scattered on tabletops dances to punctuate conversation and mimics the flickering warmth of Calilou’s dishes. A small group of friends gathers on supple leather couches in the front window, passing morsels such as blue crab enfolded in wontons, hummus whirled together from black beans and roasted red peppers, and jalapeños stuffed with sausage and cheddar jack cheese. Steaming pots of fondue gild small bites with melted cheese or dark chocolate and let struggling chemists discover a second stage of matter. If it's Friday night, a small acoustic duo might be playing in the corner, or a jazz band might be performing songs inspired by the ghost of the old grand piano that once inhabited the space. The music drifts amid plum-colored walls and mahogany floors, rising toward the chandelier above the bar.

903 E New Haven Ave