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Just went to this bar on a Sunday for the first time to hear some blues. The band that was playing was good, just not the blues. That was ok. The bar itself is really cool. The draft beer was cold and fresh. The Wolf...More
Looked up a review and it looked interesting. I had not been to cocoa beach since the 1990s and it had changed a lot to say the least. I like non chain places to eat and being on the sand did not hurt. I ordered...More
Visited one night during my visit to Melbourne.
Great atmosphere on the upper deck where you can sit and look over the beach and sip a beer.
Food is basic, good and fairly cheap.
Inside the bar they offer music every night with live bands,...More
Lou's Blues is a definite must see/visit if you're visiting the Space Coast of Florida!
Located oceanfront at the end of Eau Gallie Boulevard, they offer a full liquor bar, and a great selection of food items from peel and eat shrimp, to the famous...More
Tried out a Wednesday night with out of town girlfriends and had a blast listening to a really good house band. Amateurs sign up to sing their chosen song with band accompaniment there were some impressive performances. Great basic bar, nice servers and decent food....More
We stopped here for lunch. This is a bar atmosphere but they have an adequate menu. I was skeptical about the food due to atmosphere but food was actually very good with several choices for fresh seafood. We sat on the outside deck upstairs which...More
Wanted a ocean view meal , so we saw this place and did a U turn and went upstairs .
Very nice open view of the ocean . We sat outside on the upper porch .
We started with oysters , which so far were...More