Melbourne, FL
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Melbourne Seafood Station
One of the biggest foodie perks to seaside living here in #brevardcounty is the FRESH SEAFOOD baskets from @melbourneseafoodstation. My shrimp basket came loaded up with buttery Texas toast, corn on the cobb, red potatoes, sausage, and of course the garlic boiled shrimp🍤 Come ready for casual picnic-table outdoor dining, and keep the napkins a flowin’ cause you’ll be using those fingers for peeling and devouring that buttery goodness 🦀🍽🦐
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