Out and About: Zarrella’s Italian & Wood Fired Pizza in Cape Canaveral

Zarrella’s Italian & Wood Fired Pizza in Cape Canaveral

Recently, we were in Cape Canaveral, Florida and decided to try Zarrella’s Italian & Wood Fired Pizza. Friends have mentioned this restaurant to us, and it did not disappoint us.

Their menu had a good variety listed and they also had a few off menu options that looked and sounded amazing. One dish looked especially yummy from the pictures on the iPad. Unfortunately, I do not remember the name of one pasta dish. And, honestly, I couldn’t spell it even if I did remember it. I do know that it was amazing. The linguini was cooked perfectly al dente, the clams, shrimp and crab were not over cooked, and the sauce was light while having plenty of it made with butter, garlic, clam sauce.

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New Orleans Suspects to Headline Space Coast Music Festival at Cape Canaveral on Sept 28, 2013

New Orleans’ super-group, New Orleans Suspects, will perform at The Space Coast Music Festival in Manatee Sanctuary Park in Cape Canaveral on Saturday, September 28, 2013.

New Orleans SuspectsNew Orleans Suspects features members of legendary veteran touring acts The Radiators and The Neville Bros. The band is comprised of some of the best, most highly respected players in New Orleans, including:  Reggie Scanlan on bass (Radiators, Professor Longhair Band); Mean Willie Green on drums (Neville Bros. current drummer since 1981); Jeff Watkins (James Brown Band, Joss Stone Band) on saxophone; Jake Eckert on guitar/vocals (current member of The Dirty Dozen Brass Band); and CR Gruver on keyboards and vocals (Polytoxic, Outformation).

Tickets are only $5 at the gate, and the festival starts at noon, with New Orleans Suspects going on around 8:30pm. Also on the bill are Rocket Ranch, Paul Chapman Project, Diablo Canyon, John Quinlivan, WGK, and more.

The Space Coast Music Festival is a benefit to buy instruments for Mila Elementary School in Merritt Island. Manatee Sanctuary Park is located at 701 Thurm Blvd in Cape Canaveral.

For more information, visit spacecoastmusicfestival.com.

Here’s a video of The New Orleans Suspects performing “Get Back What You Givin'” live in the studio:

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