Casual Fine Dining with a Continental Flare

If you have lived in Brevard County in the last 20 years, you have dined at the Black Tulip or at least heard of the name. A landmark in Historic Cocoa Village since 1981! The Black Tulip has maintained a fabulous reputation, and is celebrating 32 years this year.

Owner, Daniel Colzani started the restaurant with only one dining room that had an atmosphere that was intimate and romantic. With the intimate feel of the cozy dining room, patrons would enjoy a very personable “Fine Dining” experience that would last a few hours.

As life has changed within the past few years so has The Black Tulip. Yes we are still fine dining, but now with a casual flare. The dress code used to be jacket and tie, now it is considered “casual but tasteful”. You don’t have to dress up fancy, but nobody will look at you funny if you do. Still having romantic tables, candlelight, and soft music in the dining room, for that “Special Night” can still be had.