This is a shrimp place. I got the shrimp and they were fabulous. Virtually all USA shrimp today is frozen. Dixie Crossroads shrimp did not taste frozen. The waitress told us they were flash frozen on the boat and delivered fast to Dixie Crossroads. I have not had such good shrimp since I was in Texas about 25 years ago and got fresh unfrozen shrimp. The waitress was cheery, efficient and informative. The complimentary corn fritters were tasty but fattening. The free w/ the coupon Crab Bites were tasty but also fattening. I see that this place is getting bad reviews??? All I can say is that when we went it was crowded with long line and lots of happy customers feasting on the shrimp. My advice is to ignore all those bad reviews and go to Dixie Crossroads in Titusville and get the shrimp.
Below average but not poor. Overpriced mediocre food. The rock shrimp are really good but they come with a cost. The lobster has never been good and the steaks, well just don't order them. BAD. The service has always been really good and the corn fritters make the trip worth while.
If you had ever eaten here years ago you will not be as pleased as you once were. Portions are smaller,less tasty and expensive even by today's standards. The look of the place is very nice,better than ever. Food just didn't keep up with the decor. If it is your first time here you'll think it is OK. Only game in town,head towards Cocoa Beach or Daytona for something better. Once upon a time this was the best seafood place for many miles.. Go to Loyd Have Mercy on Park Ave Titusville for the real southern flavor.
Seated in a timely manner.
Corn Fritters with powdered sugar.
Fish pond to keep kids busy.
Our server was less than great.
Food portions were not adequate for my husband or two sons, even the little one and only one of them (I'll let you guess who) is larger and a big eater. If not for asking for an extra servings of corn fritters they would have left hungry. Sugar is not a substitute for real food.
The food quality was off. Used to eat there years ago and I remember the soup being much better. What happened???
Price. Holy cow Batman!!!! Way overpriced for what we got.
Locally there are some really great restaurants with better prices for better quality, especially at the port, in Melbourne, and in Merritt Island.
The food was great. The service was good. There were a lot of people eating at the restaurant - meaning it was popular. The blackened salmon was perfect. The seafood (broiled) medley was good. And the Chicken nuggets, yes both my boys ate chicken nuggets at Dixie, were good too.
I recommend people to go eat there.
The booths are uncomfortable unless you like seesaws. When people slide in and out of the booth behind you the bench will lean fore and aft as the fatso's get adjusted in their place. And when their undisciplined kids jump up and down and climb all over the place, knock into the back of your head while you are just trying to eat in peace, the staff does nothing to help you out. Ask for a table and chairs in one of the sections where the tables are not jam packed too close together. Service is very slow. Too few servers.
The food is good but the portions have gotten smaller and the prices have climbed.
Lived in this town (Titusville) for 50 years. I remember when Dixie Crossroads opened. Food was really good and reasonable. People startd coming from all over the country to eat there. Once it got popular the prices shot up, portions shrank, started catering to tourists and the service went south. The crouds are getting smaller now. I hope they go back to what made them; great food, great service, reasonable prices. This economy may force that. If not, bye-bye Dixie Crossroads.