Shopping and Malls

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Shopping For Everyone

When it comes to local shopping, the Space Coast has everything you could want and more!

You can find any variety of goods to suite all taste, from clothes to appliances, sporting goods to sporting apparel, shoes to jewelry, cell phones to video games, interior decorations to outdoor tools, and everything in between, tow local area indoor malls have you covered.

The Merritt Square and Melbourne Square Malls are conveniently located no matter where in the Space Coast area you are!

Merritt Square Mall – This fashionable mall contains over 100 restaurants and retailers.  It has major retailers like JCPenny, Kay Jewelers, Books-A-Million, Champs Sports, Dillards, GNC, and AT&T to name a few.  It also has well known restaurants such as Outback, Ruby Tuesday, Subway, and TGI Friday’s in or around the mall area.  It’s open 10am-9pm Monday through Saturday and Noon-6 pm on Sundays.

 
The Avenue Viera – This outdoor style mall is beautiful with scenic cascading fountains and a variety of different shops for every taste.  It’s a great mixture of department store and corporate stores like Kohl’s, Bed, Bath, and Beyond, Belk, and Sports Authority speckled with upscale and exclusive style shops like Charlotte Russe and Ecco Shoes.  Fine restaurants surround the shopping area including Longhorn Steakhouse, Chili’s, and The Melting Pot.

Melbourne Square Mall – A brand new multi-million dollar renovation has this mall looking and feeling pristine! They’ve added brand new amenities, porcelain tile floors and carpeted seating areas to enhance your mall shopping experience.  A brand new 1,500 sq. ft. children’s play area has been added where the kids can let loose on the playground, experience educational interactive games, or read from a whole library of kids’ books.  This mall features retail giants Macy’s, Dillards (North and South), and JCPenny but also has new stores they’ve just added like Coach and Express.  Melbourne Square has over 125 specialty stores and eateries like Too-Jays NY Style Deli.  The mall hours are 10am-ppm Monday through Saturday and Noon-6pm Sundays.

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florida-farmer-marketBrevard Farmer’s Market – If it’s an outdoor farmer’s market style of shopping you seek, Brevard County has a few farmers markets around the area where you can find fresh fruits and vegetables and great deals on retail items sold by local vendors.  If you’re located near the Rockledge area you can attend the Rockledge Farmers Market every Thursday from 9am-4pm at McClarty Park.  In Titusville, you can attend the Titusville Farmers Market on Fridays from 10am-4pm and in Eau Gallie you can go to the Eau Gallie Farmers Market from 9am-3pm.  Downtown Melbourne has a farmers market every Saturday 10am-3pm and Sunday 11am-4pm, and Cocoa Beach also has the Cocoa Beach Farmers Market  on Sundays from 9am-3pm.

 

Hammock LandingHammock Landing is an open-air shopping destination located in West Melbourne, FL in Brevard County. The center features casual and fine dining restaurants, as well as shopping. Visitors enjoy shopping at many of our great stores like GameStop, hhgregg, Hibbett Sports, Kohls, Marshall’s, Michael’s Arts & Crafts, Petco, Ross Dress for Less, rue21, Shoe Carnival, Target, Ulta Beauty and many more. Restaurants include Buffalo Wild Wings, Longhorn Steakhouse, Moe’s Southwest Grill and Panera Bread.

Cocoa Village – Cocoa Village’s Main Street is Brevard Avenue although numerous shops and restaurants are also located on side streets, including Oleander Street, Harrison Street, and Stone Street. Several antique stores and restaurants are located on State Route 520 where it meets Brevard Avenue.  The town is loaded with signs pointing the way to various shopping, eateries, and attractions. As you head further south on Brevard Avenue, away from Route 520, you’ll find City Hall, some parking lots, and banks. But don’t turn around yet. There are several more shops south of this area. Just follow the signs.

Downtown Melbourne – East New Haven Avenue is Melbourne’s Main Street, particularly the 700, 800, and 900 blocks. But a lot’s packed into those three blocks, including antique stores, clothing boutiques, restaurants, lounges, and coffee shops. Given Melbourne’s coastal location, many stores sell all of the accessories, clothing, and supplies you’ll need for a day at the beach. Wide sidewalks provide lots of room for pedestrians, dog walking and outdoor cafes. And the city itself is not too far from the beach, another plus.