In historic Cocoa Village, this charming eatery has been serving up classic dishes with innovative touches since 1981. The restaurant was totally renovated in 2014 and is now better than ever. Appealing to those looking for a romantic interlude with a loved one, the dining room's decor aids in that ambiance. For those needing a meal after perusing the nook and cranny-type stores in the area, this restaurant has a menu that features something for everyone. The dining rooms are steeped in dark woods, stone accents, vaulted ceilings and dim lighting. The patio offers a more casual aura, however. Dine on local fresh seafood or get a bit more daring and sample the escargot or roasted duckling. There also are chicken, steak, pasta and salad dishes. The Colzanis, the owners and operators, often are at the restaurant and will pay your table a visit to see if everything is up to perfection.