As we were walking back to the boat, we saw this place and there was a woman on a cell phone out front. We didn't go in - it was a bit early for them anyway. But the name looked interesting.
This is apparently quite a place for live music. Other than the fact that it has Beck's beer, I don't know anything else about it.
"Much of what is listed has changed in the past 3 yrs. Our D.J. has built a new site which will be up shortly. Until then, for accurate information on nightly/weekly events and drink prices, give us a call."
Dress Code: Their website did say:
Happy Hour 4:00pm - 8:00pm 7 days a week
On August 18, 1924, Cocoa's first "talkie" movie house opened as the Aladdin Theatre. Prior to the construction of the theatre, the site was a livery for wagons coming overland from the St. John’s River. In the 1940’s it was a movie house, known as the State Theatre, that ran Saturday afternoon children’s cartoon shows, westerns, musicals, and serials ("continued next week"). Rumor has it the theatre is haunted from time to time by "Joe the Ghost".
The restored theatre is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is one of the landmarks that we see when coming up or down the river (along with the big water tower with a flag).
We didn't get to attend a production here and I couldn't find out from the website what productions are scheduled or what the prices of tickets would be.
It's a combinationof many things. restraunts Bars lounges and stores. It's a wonderful place to go if you want choices and a good variety of places to choose from
Dress Code: anything from a Bathing suit top and shorts to your clubbing clothes. No real set dress code. as long as you have clothes on.
the dog and bone is a replica british pub in the cocoa village historic district. good pub atmosphere with dart boards and a good beer selection.
Dress Code: casual