1475 Garden St, Titusville, FL 32796
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Fax: (321) 268-3933
Dixie Crossroads Seafood
Dixie Crossroads Seafood Restaurant
Dixie Crossroads Restaurant
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Southern, Soul, Burgers, Caterers, American, Take Out, Hot Dogs, Seafood
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
This place has gone DOWN hill in the last couple of years. The prices has easily tripled and the food portions has gone down. I only go for the rock shrimp but you will spend $30 or more for a couple of dozen and you leave hungry.....and to top things off they changed the shrimp soup thy use to have....it was the best soup in Titusville. Not worth going anymore, it's sad.
WAY OVERPRICED for the amount of food. I use to order pickup at least once a week when they where one small little building. One or two orders would feed at least 4 people, the wife, myself and 2 kids and the price was almost cheaper than eating at MrDonalds. NOW, OMG one order is not enough food to fill one person up. And the price is just outragous for the amount of food. The food is good, not disputing that. But for procuring there own seafood, I think they still do, they should be able to fill the plate cheaply for like fish and chips, I know the fish is very very cheap. And I know shrimp has come down in price but what they charge does not reflect that. I would say the average meal is 20.00 or ALOT more for enough shrimp to fill you up. To me it seems like they charge a high price because they can, no one else in town serves fish and shrimp that is not froozen but that does not warrent the high cost. I only eat there every so often because of the price, I think it is almost cheaper to eat at Red Lobster than Dixie. Example, Dozen Coconut shimp, 20.00 COME ON, and the same goes for just regular shrimp, someone is getting rich. The only reason for the 2 stars is totaly based on the price, everything else is 3 and 4 star.
04/13/2011Provided by Citysearch -
No matter what any of our party ever orders at Dixie Crossroads, it always puts a smile on the face of that person - even if they got teased for ordering the prime rib instead of the always perfect rock shrimp!
Staff are always friendly, helpful and kind to each other as well, no matter how busy they can be.
After eating here18 years - its still a favorite of everyone! Keep up the great work !
07/31/2010Provided by Citysearch -
We were visiting a friend in Titusville and she took us to lunch here. The best sweet potato ever served with a cinnamon spread. The hush puppies were excellent, moist, not greasy and addictive. The shrimp broiled were excellent and the coconut shrimp were delightful.
06/30/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Dixie Crossroads have some pretty good seafood. I had fried shrimp, and my wife had hers steamed. The boat run shrimp were the best, although Dixie Crossroads is known for their rock shrimp. The corn fritters were good too, not too greasy and sweet with the powdered sugar. I can understand why people drive here from Orlando. It was the best seafood I've had in Florida, and as good as the seafood houses in Charleston and Savannah.
I would get there before 6pm. We got there about 5:40 with no wait, and when we left they were almost out the door with the waiting folks.
06/06/2005Provided by Citysearch -
No question FLORIDA'S #1 seafood restaurant. I travel miles out of my way to get to Dixie Crossroads. I recommend Dixie Crossroads to everyone that asks me about great restaurants. They usually say it's over 30 + miles away i tell them it's worth it and they should come back to thank me. My parents fly down from New York the first thing they want to do is get to Dixie Crossroads. One word says it OUTSTANDING!
08/08/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Melt in your mouth seafood (rock shrimp) and a wonderful steak. Meal came with soup (choice), all the corn fritters you could eat, salad and a choice of potato. Go there really hungry. Walk along their nature trail and enjoy a beverage in their pagoda with live music while you wait. An all-around great evening.