Dining

When it comes to dining diversity, Indian Harbour Beach is on point! Featuring numerous restaurants, ranging from finger foods to gourmet, casual to dress-up, bars to fine dining – Indian Harbour Beach offers something for even the pickiest eaters.

Less than two and a half miles from Oceanique Resort is The Palm Café & Bar located in the Kiwi Tennis Club. This elegant restaurant features casual gourmet dining and overlooks the tennis courts. Serving lunch and dinner, as well as drinks on the Breezeway Bar, The Palm Café offers a variety of items, including fresh seafood, chicken, beef, pork, pastas, salads, soups, and much more. The dinner menu ranges from $5 to $50, with reasonable prices on entrees. Don’t miss out on the dinner special of two entrees and a bottle of house wine for only $40! The Palm Café is a six-time winner of the “Best of Indian Harbour Beach” award, and is an excellent option for a quiet night out.

Another more family-friendly dining option is the Hula Moon Tiki Grill, located at 1900 Florida A1A, less than three miles from the resort. Hula Moon offers Polynesian-influenced American dining, and includes items such as sandwiches, tacos, and bowls (chicken, beef, pork and tuna). More traditional selections include pastas, fried seafood, salads, and burgers – and don’t miss the children’s menu! Hula Moon also features a full bar.

For other restaurants, check out Dining in Cocoa Beach. Only a 12-mile drive, approximately, Cocoa Beach offers oceanfront dining and live entertainment. If you’re up for the 20-mile drive, port dining, nightlife and plenty of entertainment await in Cape Canaveral.