Port Canaveral

Written By: Boston Jimmie

The Cove is a waterfront recreation area at Port Canaveral with restaurants, lounges, shops, charter boats and a casino ship. Many Cove restaurants have outdoor tables and tiki bars, great locations for watching the cruise ships glide by regally or just enjoying an onshore breeze. When the sun goes down, the fun doesn’t end. It gets livelier…with DJs, live bands, dancing and karaoke.

 

Grills Seafood Deck and Tiki Bar

505 Glen Cheek Dr · Cape Canaveral (321) 868-2226

Grills has both an indoor dining area and a deck outside overlooking Port Canaveral. They have live music on the deck which has a full liquor tiki bar for your enjoyment and of course the expansive outside deck is cigar friendly.

610 Glen Cheek Dr, Cape Canaveral · (321) 784-4533

At Fishlips Waterfront Bar and Grill you can enjoy lunch, dinner or brunch and of course you can then party well into the night with their late night activities. Fishlips offers casual waterfront dining downstairs plus a covered patio, indoor sports bar, and sun deck with Tiki bar upstairs. I have been assured that the outside patios are always cigar friendly.

628 Glen Cheek Dr, Cape Canaveral · (321) 783-2033

Rusty’s is a “come as you are” family restaurant where you can enjoy the cozy southern feel of dining inside, or on the outside patio overlooking the water. Sit at their full service inside bar and enjoy the friendly bartenders while they shuck you fresh oysters and of course enjoy that favorite cigar on the outside patio under the moonlight or a warm sunny day.

683 Dave Nisbet Dr, Cape Canaveral · (321) 783-0100

It’s big! It’s bold! It’s beachy! It’s a tropical oasis right here in Brevard County! It’s Milliken’s Reef Seafood Grille at Port Canaveral! Milliken’s is one of the best places for seafood here on the space coast and they have fun doing it. Walk through the doors and you are transplanted into a tropic paradise. Cigars, yes they are cigar friendly on their outdoor patios and sandy beach area.

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