On Sunday we went out for brunch at First Watch.
I had the Parma Hash which they describe as: “Two eggs* any style atop a hash of fresh, seasoned potatoes, Italian sausage, house-roasted Crimini mushrooms, onions and tomatoes with melted Parmesan, mozzarella and fresh herbs.”
As you can tell from the description, it was amazing. It came with an English muffin, but I chose to substitute a fresh lemon poppyseed muffin for $.90 more.
After that we went to Cocoa Beach. It was packed, as some spring breaks are occurring at the moment. However, it was really windy and cold. We stayed for over an hour and then went around town a bit before heading back. And of course from my picture you can’t tell it was crowded, you’ll just have to believe me!!
The other place we visited in Cocoa Beach was Ron Jon’s surf shop, which if you’ve driven on a highway in northern/central Florida, you’ve probably seen a sign for.
Apparently they’re open 24 hours. Seems like that would be a big draw in a place where a lot of things seem to close around 5. We ended up going to Downtown Disney to look around and have dinner. We chose Wolfgang Puck Express based on their menu, which included creme brulee and pizza.
I had the 4 cheese & pesto pizza.
And of course creme brulee. It was very filling.
The next morning, we went to breakfast/brunch before it was time for me to drive back home. We went to Toojay’s.
I had the Meat Lover’s Skillet, which included sausage, bacon, onions, green peppers, tomato, eggs (obviously), and cheese. It also came with toast and we ordered a grilled blueberry muffin to split.
The muffin was so good. We stopped by Sweet by Holly next door as well, for their Monday special (mini cupcakes for $1 each)
I got a lemon mini and a white chocolate raspberry. I could eat about 50 of those raspberry cupcakes and probably still not get enough; it was amazing. The lemon one was okay.
Post & photos by: Melissa