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Thursday, May 2, 2019

Melbourne Seafood Station is opening a spot in Orlando this summer

Posted By on Thu, May 2, 2019 at 6:14 PM

click image Snow crab & shrimp combo basket - PHOTO VIA MELBOURNE SEAFOOD STATION
Melbourne Seafood Station will bring their signature Florida low country boils to Orlando this summer with a new restaurant in Hunter's Creek.

The Space Coast business is opening their fourth location at 3900 Town Center Blvd. in the south Orlando neighborhood. The seafood venture founded by couple Nick and Naomi Moon and their friend Ryan Kelley already has locations in Melbourne, West Melbourne and Indian Harbour Beach.



The menu looks pretty amazing, particularly the "Lobster Lover for 2," which includes a double order of corn, sausage, potato, garlic toast, four lobster tails, 14 shrimp, six scallops and six oysters all for $65.

click to enlarge Lobster Lover for 2 - PHOTO VIA MELBOURNE SEAFOOD STATION
Melbourne Seafood Station also offers shrimp baskets, shellfish baskets, crab baskets, lobsters baskets and a cool "build a bowl" option where you can combine garlic rice, linguini, grits or broccoli with any mild or spicy seafood catch.

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