Restaurateur Plans Cocoa Beach Food Hall

Cocoa Beach, a Florida town near Port Canaveral and the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, is set to get a new food hall next year that will include about 12 restaurants and the town’s first craft brewery.

Daniel Todd, a local restaurateur who owns the popular 4th Street Fillin Station—a former gas station that he turned into an all-day gastropub—is spearheading the development of the 27,000-square-foot Cocoa Beach Mercado.

Plans call for the food hall to feature a diverse variety of foodservice concepts, which have not yet been identified. It will also have a 2,300 square-foot private event space, an 8,000-square-foot covered courtyard for live music and other entertainment, and a 3,300 square-foot rooftop bar.

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