Indian Harbour Beach
If you grew up along the beaches of the Space Coast, Patsy’s might sound familiar to you. It was a tiny shop tucked into the sea dunes just off of A1A and the Eau Gallie Causeway. The front door opened into a mecca of shell-themed jewelry and gifts, all lined along shelves like a mermaid’s dream. It wasn’t fancy but the view was gorgeous facing out to the Atlantic, and Patsy had a steady stream of customers for years. At night, long after the doors were locked, the parking lot was known to teenagers in the 80s as a great make out spot (or so I have heard). It then morphed into a community center until two hurricanes had their way with the beaches and the building was razed in 2004.