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The pizza that Cocoa Beach is known for is New York-style. It's been a favorite with the visitors who head there to take a stroll along the beachfront as they can just pick up a slice to take-out and eat while enjoying a breath of the North Atlantic air or watching the rocket launches happening further along the coast. New York-style pizza emerged onto the American food scene in the 1930s after being created by a New York pizza chef. It's a version of the traditional thin-crusted Neapolitan-style pizza which originates from the Naples region of Italy. The creative chef stretched out the dough to make his pie giant-size then once baked, he cut it into large wedges which consumers could fold to eat. It was a way of eating pizza that caught on quickly and New York-style pizza soon became the nation's favorite.
Bruno's Pizzeria on North Orlando Avenue may well bake the best delivery pizza in Cocoa Beach, but by getting your pie delivered, you're missing out on visiting a pretty unique pizzeria. Bruno's is housed in an independent, bungalow-style premises that just shout surf city here we come. It's decorated externally with super surfing-related murals which wouldn't look out of place on a beach hut. Inside the same surfing theme is continued. The only thing that's missing is sand on the floor. Bruno's premises may have that laid-back surfing look, but there's nothing laid back about the way they work or their pizzas. Whichever of their great pies you chose, it'll be prepared to perfection and arrive in record time. If you want an all-out pizza treat, Bruno's Loaded comes highly recommended.
If you've been down near the pier or taking a constitutional walk in Bicentennial Park and need a pie, you won't have far to go. You can get the best take-out pizza in Cocoa Beach on the West Cocoa Beach Causeway from a restaurant called Mangia and Bevi Pizzeria Napoletana. They have a parking lot right out front so you'll have no problem finding somewhere to leave your car. Mangia and Bevi's premises aren't huge, but they're homely in a rustic sort of way and when you spot that brick oven in the kitchen, you'll know you're in for a proper Italian pizza. Forget New York-style pies here as these guys bake the real thing and with exceptional finesse too. Whether you go for a red or white pie, after one bite you'll be so glad you stopped by and you'll be singing praises about this pizzeria for a week at least.
If you decide to go to Titusville for the day, be careful how you program your navigational app as there's a city by the same name in Pennsylvania. Titusville near Cocoa Beach is only thirty miles north, bordered on one side by the Indian River and on the other by the Charles H. Bronson State Forest. The forest and the many wildlife management areas it contains is the perfect place to escape from the coast for a few hours. Go hiking though the woodlands and wetlands, spot wildlife like squirrels and bald eagles, but watch out for the alligators. The best idea is to keep a slice of the pizza you had from Humpavelli's on Columbia Boulevard in your rucksack just in case you run into a hungry one.
Audubon on Merritt Island is around twenty miles north of Cocoa Beach and the nearest town to the Kennedy Space Center. The space center is an incredible place to spend the day where you can find out more about space exploration. On exhibition at the center are real space shuttles and rockets that have been used in space programs. You can take a tour around the installation, meet an astronaut, and even get to touch a rock that was brought back from the moon. If space isn't your thing then visit the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge before going for a pie at Pozzy Bros Pizza in Palm Bay Plaza.
Palm Bay is twenty miles south of Cocoa Beach and the place to head for if you're taking the kids out for the day. In Palm Beach, you can educate them about the endangered loggerhead and green sea turtles by taking them to the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge and if they're lucky they may even get to see a turtle digging its nest on the beach. Follow that with some high-speed fun at the Andretti Thrill Park where they can race go-karts or play laser tag and mini-golf. To have a great end to the day, drop by Wagon Wheel Pizza on Palm Bay Road Northeast for a pie.
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