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history awaits

st. augustine, ponte vedra and the beaches Resort Property: Please Do Not Remove


“Lincolnville Church” Artist: Joe Taylor

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WELCOME VISITOR INFORMATION

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WELCOME TO AMERICA’S OLDEST SETTLEMENT enjoy our sun-drenched Atlantic Coast

ACTIVITIES

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RECREATION AND ATTRACTIONS history, tours, golf, horseback riding and more

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art, music & special events

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MAP ACTIVITIES CALENDAR OF EVENTS SHOPPING HISTORIC DOWNTOWN DAYTONA BEACH DISCOVER DELAND NEW SMYRNA BEACH DINING

SHOPPING

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SHOP THE HISTORIC STREETS AND BEACHES bargains and surprises everywhere

DINING

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UNIQUE CUISINES from the casual to the sophisticated

Publisher & Editor: Deb Smith Contributing Editor: Georgia Brown Marketing Executive: Diana Garber Art Director: Nieves Jenkins Graphic Designer & Web Design: Jon Schiller Web Manager: Andrea Ehmann AAM & Web Content: Sherry Williams For advertising information, Diana Garber ph: 904-679-1550 f: 800-746-1135 Email: Diana@SEECoastalMedia.com

Featured art on this cover “Bridge of Lions”and the St. Augustine area pages provided by Joe Taylor Daytona Beach area art by Beau Wild


“Chickens” Artist: Joe Taylor

for the st. augustine area Important Numbers

Hospitals

EMERGENCY SHERIFF: POLICE DEPARTMENT: POISON INFO:

FLAGLER HOSPITAL EMERGENCY CENTER 904-819-5155, 400 Health Park Blvd., St. Augustine HALIFAX HEALTH MEDICAL CENTER DAYTONA BEACH 386-254-4000 303 N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach BAPTIST HEALTH OF NORTH EAST FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE 904-202-2000

911 904-824-8304 904-825-1070 800-222-1222

Area Information ST. AUGUSTINE, PONTE VEDRA, & THE BEACHES VCB 904-829-1711 29 Old Mission Ave., St. Augustine Mon.-Fri., open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH VCB 904-471-1596 open 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily VISITOR INFO CENTER 904-825-1000 10 W. Castillo Drive, St. Augustine ST. AUGUSTINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 904-829-5681 1 Riberia St., St. Augustine open 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., Mon. - Fri. PONTE VEDRA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 904-285-2004 50 A1A North, Suite 102, Ponte Vedra Beach

800-528-4800 800-347-2683 800-622-7747 800-847-2911

Visitor & Event Information For more information on what to see and do in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches pick up a copy of SEE St. Augustine Insider’s Guide in this hotel or go to www.SEE-StAugustine.com.

Fishing 904-209-2250

Movie Theaters 904-209-0099 904-360-5020

Airports ST. AUGUSTINE/ ST. JOHNS COUNTY AIRPORT 904-209-0090 Located 2 Miles North of St. Aug. on Hwy. 1 JACKSONVILLE INT’L AIRPORT 904-741-4902 just 10 miles North of JAX, West of I-95, exit 127B DAYTONA BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 386-4248-8069 about an hour South of St. Aug.

Buses, Trains & Taxis GREYHOUND: AMTRAK JACKSONSVILLE: GENERAL INFO: ACE TAXI: CHECKER CAB: YELLOW CAB:

AMERICAN EXPRESS: DISCOVER CARD: MASTERCARD: VISA:

FISHING LICENSES:

Immigration CALL FOR OFFICE HOURS. ST. AUGUSTINE JACKSONVILLE

Lost/Stolen Credit Cards

904-829-6401 904-766-5110 800-USA-RAIL 904-824-6888 904-829-1111 904-829-2256

EPIC OF ST. AUGUSTINE 112 Theatre Dr., 904-797-5757 POT BELLY’S CINEMA PLUS 36 Granada Street, 904-829-3101 WORLD GOLF HALL OF FAME IMAX 1 World Golf Place, 904-940-4123

The In-Room Concierge, St. Augustine is published by SEE Coastal Media, LLC. P.O. Box 1924, Daytona Beach, Fl. 32115, 1-800-557-2641. Content and Ads created for In-Room Concierge are the property of SEE Coastal Media, LLC and may not be reproduced. Copyright 2012©. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without written permission of the publisher. Please enjoy this In-Room Concierge and leave in room. If you would like to purchase the book for $18.95, please inquire at the front desk. Photo credits: Shutterstock

For nearly five decades, Joe Taylor’s been painting idyllic Florida landscapes, portraits, St. Augustine’s quiet neighborhoods and Old City scenes, both historic and contemporary. “Plein air painting is the only way for me to truly enjoy painting a landscape. You can really see the beauty of what you are painting.” Trusting his vision, he enjoys working outdoors, quickly capturing light and shadow on a subject before it changes. His grand and petite oil paintings show confident color placement and brush strokes that capture the moment. Taylor holds a BA in Art Education from Valdosta State College and attended the Art Students League in NYC where he studied with notable New York artists E. Raymond Kintsler, M. Soyer, D. Leffel and R. Brackmen. In Florida he worked with F. J. Bollinger, Miami; Joyce Ballentine Brand, Ocala; and R. Hood and J. Pratten of St. Augustine. He owned an art gallery on Aviles Street and has been exhibited at the Cyprian Center, the Dow Museum of Historic Houses and galleries around Florida. His work is currently at Aviles Gallery, 11C Aviles Street, where he spends several hours each week. joglotaylor@windstream.net


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“An American Landmark” Built during St. Augustine’s First Spanish Occupation!

Discover

Adventure into Colonial St. Augustine. This original historic site is dedicated to Preservation and Education, a perfect destination for families! Treasure the original antique furnishings, rare artifacts, books and slates surrounding the Professor and students as they recreate school life from the 1800’s.

“Grove of Educators” The beautiful garden is home to dedicated Busts & Statues of great leaders from the Americas and Caribbean known for their contributions to education and culture. Enjoy the gentle breeze from the Matanzas Bay and the historical architecture surrounding our newest archaeological exhibits.

Historically Accurate! Discover the stories of centuries past!

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14 Saint George Street ~ St. Augustine ~ 32084 904-824-0192 ~ 888-OLD-SCHL Email: oldestwoodenschoolhouse@yahoo.com Web: oldestwoodenschoolhouse.com

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st. augustine, ponte vedra & the beaches When Ponce de León discovered this shore 500 years ago in 1513, he claimed it for Spain and named it La Florida for its lush vegetation and a festival of flowers in Spain called Pascua de la Florida. Although there is no evidence that he came ashore, he had it right. A stream of settlers from Spain and many other countries came to make St. Augustine their home. We hope you will join us as we have a good time at a series of events continuing to the grand celebration of the 500th Anniversary of our city in 2015. The colony endured hardships, pirate raids and warring nations, but it survived. Not far from the Old Gates of the city is the site of the first settlement, founded by the explorer Pedro Menéndez de Avilés in 1565. Archeological findings at the Fountain of Youth Archeological Park have proved it was next to a Native American village. Experience history through lively presentations by re-enactors firing weaponry and cannons at the Spanish forts. Listen to stories told by costumed interpreters at well-preserved colonial landmarks and the Oldest Wooden School House. St. Augustine is an American city that’s firmly rooted in European tradition, but it’s also the gateway to 42 miles of golden sand beaches and nature “Avilés Celebration”Artist: Joe Taylor

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For a romantic getaway, St. Augustine wears its

preserves that take your breath away. You don’t have to go far to pedal, paddle or hike in naturally beautiful parks along the coast. Before you leave, take an evening stroll on the waterfront near the 1927 Bridge of Lions and glance up at the towers and spires of the Old City. If you enjoyed

mantle of history well, offering fascinating history at

your visit, please come back again to celebrate the

every turn on the oldest streets in the nation.

milestones in Florida’s heritage.

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Immerse yourself in an interactive, emotional high sea adventure you’ll never forget at St. Augustine’s newest attraction. Explore the GOLDEN AGE OF PIRACY with one of the world’s largest collections of authentic pirate artifacts dating back to the 16th century—including rarely-seen shipwreck treasures from the vault of the Florida Division of Historical Resources.

Directly across from the Castillo de San Marcos fort and a short walk from the Historic Downtown Parking Facility.

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activities

in the st. augustine area Along the way expect to be entertained by authentically dressed characters that make historic facts come to life at many of the attractions, oldest places and grand nineteenth century buildings. When the Hotel Ponce de Leon opened in 1888 it was just the beginning of Flagler’s resort empire in Florida. Now the centerpiece of Flagler College, it will celebrate its 125th Anniversary with tours to see 79 Tiffany stained glass windows, murals and opulent interiors. Golfers can play courses designed by world champions such as Sam Sneed and Jack Nicklaus at the World Golf Hall of Fame. Tours of special collections include anecdotes of the Hall’s members and interactive fun that appeals to all ages. If you enjoy nature-made activities, hike the dune trail on the pristine beach at Anastasia State Park or round out your vacation with a day at Marineland interacting

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Whatever intrigues you, whether it is history, museums

or merely exploring corners of the Old City, this is an ideal destination for a cultural traveler. You are only limited by time and curiosity. A good place to start is the old Government House, an

official welcome center with a quaint balcony overlooking the central Plaza de la Constitución. Or hop on the trolley for an overview of the city.

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with dolphins. At the Education Center at GTM Research Reserve a full-sized replica of a right whale surprises everyone who comes for the interactive fun. Climb to the top of St. Augustine’s lighthouse for a panorama of the Atlantic Ocean and waterways that provide year-round fishing and boating. As the bell towers ring out the evening hours, choose a horse-drawn carriage for a slow ride through quiet neighborhoods and listen to the soothing sound of hooves echoing off the buildings.


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calendar of events

Editor’s note: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, as all dates, prices and times are subject to change without notice, we recommend you call ahead before traveling long distances to attend an event.

ONGOING

Wednesday Market at St. Augustine Beach Every Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., St. Johns County Pier, 904-347-8007, www.theCivicAssociation.com

Wine Tasting Every Fri. & Sat. 6 - 9 p.m., Vino Del Grotto, 1 King Street, St. Augustine, 904-824-1855

Old City Farmer’s Market Every Saturday: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340 A1A South, www.StAugustineFM.com

First Friday of Month Art Walk: Park for free at the San Sebastian Winery, 157 King Street, Galleries are open from 5 - 9 p.m., 904-829-0065, www.ArtGalleriesOfStAugustine.com

Cannon Firing Demonstrations: Every weekend: 10:30, 11:30, 1:30, 2:30 & 3:30, Avenida Menedez at Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine, www.nps.gov/casa

Last Saturday of Month: Uptown Saturday Night, 5 - 9 p.m., San Marco Avenue between Ripley’s Museum and the Mission of Nombre de Dios, St. Augustine, 904-823-9263

The Cellar Upstairs Wine, Jazz & Blues: Friday 4:30 p.m., Saturday and Sundays 1 p.m., San Sebastian Winery, 157 King Street, St. Augustine, 904-826-1594, www.SanSebastianWinery.com/ jazzbar.php

OCTOBER 2012

1-31: Ghosts and Gravestones Frightseeing Tour 27 San Marco Avenue, St. Augustine, 904-826-3663, www.GhostsAnd Gravestones.com/st-augustine

12-14: St. Augustine Amateur Men’s Golf Tournament

17-18: St. Augustine Marathon Weekend

The St. Johns Golf Club, 4900 Cypress Links Blvd., Elkton, 904-209-0350, www.StAugustineAmateur.org

Kids Race, 5K, 10K, Half and Full Marathon & Health Expo. Courses Downtown St. Augustine to St. Augustine Beach. 305-716-1111, www.StAugustineMarathon.com

15-21: The Nationwide Tour Winn-Dixie Open at TPC Sawgrass 110 Championship Way, Ponte Vedra Beach, www.WinnDixieJacksonvilleOpen.com

19-20 & 26-27: Florida’s Haunted Trails 6 - 10 p.m., Florida Agricultural Museum, Palm Coast, 386-446-7630, www.MyAgMuseum.com

20: Salt Run Challenge at Anastasia State Park 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., A1A South, 904-461-2033, www.FloridaStateParks.org/anastasia

27: Last Saturday Living History Days at Fort Mose State Park 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 15 Fort Mose Trail, St. Augustine, 904-823-2232, www.FloridaStateParks.org/fortmose

30-31: Phantom DJ & Halloween Party Ripley’s Castle Warden, 19 San Marco Avenue, St. Augustine, 904-824-1606, www.GhostTrainAdventure.com

NOVEMBER 2012

2: Heart with Special Guest Shawn Colvin 7:30 p.m. St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340 A1A South, 904-471-1965, www.StAugAmphitheatre.com

9-11: The Pirate Gathering 70 West Castillo Drive, St. Augustine, www.PirateGathering.com

1-31: St. Augustine City Walks & Tours,

17- Jan 31, 2013: Nights of Lights

904-540-3476, www.StAugustineCityWalks.com

Plaza de la Constitucion King Street, www.NightsofLights.com

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23-24: Candlelight Tours of Villa Zorayda Refreshments at 6:00 p.m., Candlelight tour begins at 6:30 p.m., 83 King Street, St. Augustine, 904-829-9887, www.VillaZorayda.com

24-December 31: Holly Jolly Trolley Nights of Lights Tour 6 - 8 p.m. nightly. Tours depart from St. Augustine Visitors Information Center, 11 W. Castillo Drive, 904-829-3800

24-25: 47th Annual Fall Arts & Crafts Festival Francis Field, 25 W. Castillo Drive, Sat. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., 904-824-2310, www.STAAA.org

DECEMBER 2012

1: 1770’s British Encampment 10 a.m., Francis Field, West Castillo Drive, St. Augustine, 904-829-5318, www.BritishNightWatch.org

1: The Grande Illumination Parade 8 - 9 p.m., St. Augustine Government House, King Street, St. Augustine, www.BritishNightWatch.org

4: 44th Annual Garden Club Christmas Tour of Homes “Christmas Remembered” 12 - 5 p.m., www.GardenClubOfStAugustine.org

8: Regatta of Lights 6 p.m., Matanzas Bay between the Bridge of Lions and Castillo de San Marcos, 904-824-9725, www.SAYC2000.com


1 - 4 p.m., Holiday Tour, www.StAugustineBandBTour.com/

29-30: Old Town Art & Craft Show 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Francis Field, 14 W. Castillo Drive, St. Augustine, www.HolidayArtShows.com/ old-town-art-craft-show.html

31: New Year’s Black Raven Cruise Departs St. Augustine Municipal Marina, 111 Avenida Menendez, 1-877-578-5050, www.PirateShipBlackRaven.com

31: Beach Blast Off 2013 4 - 10 p.m., St. Augustine Beach, 904-829-5681, www.BeachBlastOff.com

JANUARY 2013 7-21: Historic Tours of Flagler College

MARCH 2013

TBA: World Golf Village Fireworks

1-3: St. Augustine Lions 32nd Annual Lions Club Seafood Festival

904-940-4133, www.WorldGolfHallOfFame.org

Fri.- 3 - 9 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Sun. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., 904-829-1753, www.LionsFestival.com

4: St. Augustine’s Fourth of July Celebration/Fireworks

2: Searle’s Sack of St. Augustine Encampment 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sack of City: 5 p.m., Fountain of Youth Park, www.SearlesBucs.com/searles.html

9:30 p.m., Along the bay front between Castillo and the Bridge of Lions, 904-825-1004

Music by the Sea

8: St. Augustine Orchestra Concert

Wednesdays 7-9 p.m., St. Augustine Beach, 904-347-8007, www.TheCivicAssociation.com

8 p.m., Lightner Museum, 25 Granada St., St. Augustine, www.StAugustineOrchestra.org

AUGUST 2013

9-10: The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival Times to be announced, Francis Field on Castillo Drive, www.RomanzaStAugustine.org/celtic

TBA: Concerts in the Park Memorial Day to Labor Day, Plaza de la Constitución, 904-825-1004, www.StAugustineGovernment.com/ sites/concerts-plaza

SEPTEMBER 2013

Tours start at the main lobby (Rotunda) of the College located at 74 King Street, 904-823-3378, http://legacy.flagler.edu/Tours-sp8.html

APRIL 2013

12- Apr 19: Viva Picasso!

Francis Field, W. Castillo Dr., St. Augustine, 904-669-1872, www.RhythmAndRibs.net

Wednesdays 7 - 9 p.m., St. Augustine Beach, 904-347-8007, www.TheCivicAssociation.com

27: 16th Annual Taste of St. Augustine

OCTOBER 2013

Exhibit at St. Augustine Visitors Center, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., 10 Castillo Drive, St. Augustine, www.StAugustine-450.com

25-Feb 17: Lost in Yonkers, by Neil Simon Limelite Theatre, Matuza Main Stage, 11 Old Mission Ave., St. Augustine, 904-825-1164, www.Limelight-Theatre.org

26: EMMA Concert Series China National Symphony Orchestra 8 p.m. Flagler College Auditorium, 14 Granada Street in St. Augustine, 904-797-2800, www.EmmaConcerts.com

FEBRUARY 2013

TBA: 28th Annual Cathedral Festival Mission of Nombre de Dios, St. Augustine, 904-824-2806

17: Carolina Chocolate Drops Concert 8 p.m., Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, 904-209-0399, www.PVConcertHall.com

23: Menendez Procession- City Gate to Lightner Museum 5 p.m. City Gates, 904-827-1888

23: Noche de Gala 6:30 p.m., Lightner Museum- Cocktails and Dinner, 904-827-1888

5-7: 18th Annual Rhythm and Ribs Festival

12-8p.m. St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 904-829-3295, www.EpicCommunityServices.org

MAY 2013

TBA: Concerts at the Pier Pavilion

TBA: Concerts at the Pier Pavilion Music by the Sea

TBA: Ghosts and Gravestones Frightseeing Tours 27 San Marco Avenue, St. Augustine, 904-826-3663, www.GhostsAndGravestones.com/ St-Augustine/

Music by the Sea, Wednesdays 7-9pm, St. Augustine Beach, 904-347-8007, www.TheCivicAssociation.com

TBA: Hispanic Heritage Festival

TBA: Concerts in the Park

TBA: Annual Greek Festival

Memorial Day to Labor Day, Plaza de la Constitución, 904-825-1004, www.StAugustineGovernment.com/ sites/concerts-plaza

Francis Field, 904-829-0504, www.StAugGreekFest.com

JUNE 2013

At the time of this publication some event dates were not established. For the most current event information go to www.SEE-StAugustine.com.

16: Father’s Day at the World Golf Hall of Fame

The Palencia Club, 600 Palencia Club Dr., St. Augustine, 904-476-9556

FUTURE EVENTS

St. Augustine, 904-940-4123, www.WorldGolfHallOfFame.org

JULY 2013

4: Top of the Lighthouse St. Augustine Lighthouse, space limited, 904-829-0745 x207, www.StAugustineLighthouse.com

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“St. George Street” Artist: Joe Taylor

8-9: Annual Tour of St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast Inns

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Flagler’s Ponce de Leon Hotel 125th Anniversary of His Entrepreneurship The doors of the Hotel Ponce de Leon opened in January 1888, the first and most elaborate hotel in Henry Flagler’s resort empire. The 125th Anniversary celebrates his entrepreneurship and the architectural highlights of the hotel, which since 1967 has been the centerpiece of Flagler College. Flagler hired New York architects John Carrere and Thomas Hastings early in their careers before their firm won the commission for the New York Public Library. He chose the Spanish Revival style to compliment the city’s history and used the most skilled craftsmen to lay the tile floors and carve elaborate staircases. The celebrated painter George Maynard portrayed Ponce de Leon and Native Americans greeting the Spanish in murals that were later duplicated in the Library of Congress. Louis Comfort Tiffany created 79 stained glass windows for the hotel. Today students can gaze up at windows that cast a golden light over the Dining Hall where guests once dined in Gilded Age splendor. Flagler College Photos – Scott Smith; Anthony Neste, stained glass.

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Country Carriage Historic Tours & Horseback Riding Tours on the Beach

Phil Mickelson Inducted 2012

Enjoy a one hour guided ride on our beautiful beaches. Times vary based on tidal conditions. One or two hour rides available. All rides start at Surfside Park on Vilano Beach. Reservations are required. Specializing in Couples and Adult Groups. 36 Surfside Avenue, Vilano Beach, 904-826-1982, www.CountryCarriages.net. See ad on page s7.

Marineland’s Dolphin Conservation Center

Experience the thrill of swimming with dolphins at Marineland. Immerse yourself in a hands-on shallow or deep water dolphin program, create a one-of-a-kind painting with a dolphin artist, or attend a summer camp for kids like none other. Customized Dream Dolphin Weddings, corporate events, and parties are available in this spectacular setting.

Three-time Masters Champion and Conquistador

9600 Oceanshore Blvd., St. Augustine, 888-546-2984, www.Marineland.net. See ad on page s7.

Oldest Wooden School House Historic Museum and Gardens

Your first lesson in history begins at the Old School House - a historic museum dedicated to Preservation and Education to be enjoyed by the entire family! The Professor & students from 1864 recreate school life as it was in the 1800’s. Enjoy their beautiful garden as you stroll pathways to view the newest educational & archaeological exhibits. 14 St. George Street, St. Augustine, 904-824-0192, wwwOldestWoodenSchoolHouse.com. See ad on page s3.

Panache Aveda Lifestyle Store, Salon & Spa

Look and feel beautiful on the outside! Our goal for you is to be able to recreate the same look at home ensuring compliments to you every day! Shampoo, condition, spa treatments, body wraps, exfoliation

The object of golf is not just to win. It is to play like a gentleman, and win.

This Spanish conquistador helmet was won by Phil Mickelson at the 1991 Northern Telecom Open in Tucson, AZ. It is proudly displayed alongside his three Masters Trophies and other items from his career and is just one of the surprising artifacts you’ll see when you visit this one-of-a-kind museum brimming with stories and memorabilia from its 141 members.

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and hydration of the skin. Manicure & Pedicure. Massage, hair removal and education on new products and innovative techniques. Open Mon. - Sat. 1089 A1A Beach Blvd., Anastasia’s Publix Plaza, St. Augustine Beach, 904-461-9552, www.GetPanache. com. See ad on page s16.

Ponce de Leon’s Fountain of Youth

Explore a 19th Century Architectural Masterpiece and its Astounding Art and Antique Collection Audio Tours in English, Spanish and French

83 King Street, St. Augustine 904 829-9887•VillaZorayda.com • Public 18 Hole Facility • The Area’s Largest Public Practice Facility • Fully Stocked Golf Shop • PGA Professional Insruction & Club Fitting • Full Service Restuarant and Bar • Open 7 Days a Week • Annual Passes Available • Twilight Specials Everyday

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4900 CYPRESS LINKS BLVD. ELKTON, FL 32033

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Visit St. Augustine’s birthplace where Pedro Menendez established the first colony in 1565. Drink from the legendary fountain, explore Timucuan Indian Village and see stars in their Planetarium. This is where it all began! Daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 11 Magnolia Ave., St. Augustine, 904-829-3168, www.FountainofYouthFlorida.com. See ad inside front cover.

San Sebastian Winery

San Sebastian Winery offers complimentary tours and tasting of award winning wines seven days a week. Discover the art of winemaking via audiovisual presentation and guided tour. An assortment of San Sebastian wine, gourmet food items and gift baskets are available in the wine shop. Open: Mon. - Sat. 10 - 6 p.m., Sun. 11 - 6 p.m. 157 King Street, St. Augustine, 904-826-1594, www.SanSebastianWinery.com. See ad on page s13.

St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum

Discover St. Augustine’s maritime past. Climb the 165-foot tower that is still an active aid to navigation for a spectacular view of the area and beaches. Explore the interactive exhibits and learn about the area’s shipwrecks in the keeper’s house. For their safety, children must be 44 inches tall to climb the tower. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Daily. 81 Lighthouse Ave., St. Augustine, 904-829-0745, www.StAugustineLighthouse.com.

St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

Journey three centuries back in time to the Golden Age of Piracy when


ruthless rogues ruled the seas. Explore more than 800 real pirate artifacts, like one of only three Jolly Roger flags in the world. Touch real treasure and get in on interactive pirate fun designed by Disney Imagineers-all in the city that pirates once raided and burned to the ground. 12 S. Castillo Drive, St. Augustine, 877-487-5863, www.ThePirateMuseum.com. See ad on page s5.

St Johns Golf Club

Offers golfers 18 championship holes and welcomes players of all ages and skills. PGA professional staff is there to help make your experience both enjoyable and memorable! SJGC offers the area’s largest public practice facilities that include an expansive grass tee driving range measuring over 325 yards long with a private backside tee area. 4900 Cypress Links Blvd., Elkton, SR 207 & I-95 exit, 904-209-0350, www.SJGC.com See ad on page s12

Villa Zorayda Museum

Experience this private home that was originally built in 1883 by Franklin W. Smith. The building is a scaled replica of a portion of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. The museum houses an extraordinary original art and antique collection as well as a 129 year history. Continuous audio guided tours are available in English, Spanish and French. Hrs: Mon. - Sat. Open at 10 a.m.; Sun. Open at 11a.m. 83 King Street, St. Augustine, 904-829-9887, www.VillaZorayda.com, See ad on page s12.

World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX® Theater at World Golf Village

See thousands of artifacts and pieces of memorabilia celebrating golf’s greatest players and contributors and enjoy hands on golf experiences. Tickets include all day admission and a round on the outdoor 18-hole putting course. The IMAX Theater features documentaries and Hollywood films year round. Senior, student, military and group discounts. St. Augustine, 904-940-IMAX, www.WorldGolfMax.com, See ad on page s11.

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shopping

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The unpredictability of what treasure you might find as you peer through windowpanes and open doors is what makes it rather wonderful. In the historic district you have access to the latest trends in apparel, jewelry and chic accessories while admiring our nation’s oldest settlement. This is a remarkable place to shop for old maps, French and English antiques, nautical artifacts, books, and vintage linens and lace. Shops also offer everything from collectibles to casual clothing, and when you need a break, stop at a friendly café for a sweet treat or a coffee. On many streets you’ll find galleries of art, handcrafted glass and ceramics. A sublime painting of a Florida landscape could be that special purchase to remind you of your visit, and many of our shopkeepers will ship it home for you. The oldest bricked byway in the city, narrow Aviles Street, is a treasure that inspired a sister city

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Shopping in the Old City takes you down streets

agreement between St. Augustine and Aviles, Spain. After browsing the galleries, choose a café with umbrella tables, cool off with a drink and have a snack or a meal before ending the day. For those who love to shop for designer labels

where the old and new meet in timeless harmony.

at bargain prices, an upscale outlet mall is a short

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drive away. On Saturdays, join locals in a thirty-year

the Old City and shopping is no exception. On St.

tradition of shopping at the St. John’s Flea Market.

George Street, take in the ambiance of overhanging

You can hunt for antiques, munch on fresh baked

second stories that cast shadows over the street.

cookies and get jewelry repaired all at the same place.

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Shopping For Your “Dream Home” in Florida? If you are considering a move to the area Dawn Gaffney can help. Having a friend waiting in your new city will help you feel right at home. Dawn is prepared to handle all the details. From information about the communities, to details about local schools, she has the knowledge that counts.

Complimentary Relocation Package: Our relocation package contains information and resources on many topics - from neighborhoods to schools, health care to attractions - all designed to help you learn more about the area. To request your complimentary copy email or call Dawn today.

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Neff Jewelers

80 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Augustine Beach, 904-460-9449, www.IslandBeachwear StAugustine.com. See ad on page s19.

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Leave St. Augustine with Panache! Go home rested, relaxed and glowing.

Open Mon-Sat

Your Neighborhood Chocolatier!

Peterbrooke Chocolatier 1011 A1A Beach Blvd., Suite 3 St. Augustine, FL 32080 (904) 471-2830 (located in Publix Plaza)

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Since 1994 family owned Neff Jewelers specializes in fine jewelry, custom gold, platinum designs, and a fabulous collection of estate jewelry, expert repairs and appraisals. For the freshest new jewelry designs and gemstones from around the world this is the place to go.

“Cathedral� Artist: Joe Taylor

Large selection of sun dresses and beach cover-ups. Guy Harvey and Gator, Seminole and Bulldog for all the fans. Sandals, beach toys, sunglasses, swimwear, souvenirs, beach towels, shells, hats and boogie boards. 10,000 sq. ft. of shopping. Open: Mon. - Sun. 9 a.m.


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art of the fun in wine tasting is deciding what you find is delicious. Everyone has a different set of taste buds, so drink the wines you like with the food you like.

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nstead of red with meat, white with fish, think about balancing flavors. For example, pair delicately flavored foods with lightbodied wines. A lightly flavored fish calls for a crisp, light white wine. Deeper flavored salmon calls for a flavorful, buttery white wine. Bold, spicy foods require a full-bodied wine that’s slightly sweet and full of flavor. Seasoned dishes like pasta and savory meats are balanced with a rich, robust red wine.

“Unique Wine Tasting Like You’ve Never Experienced”

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HERE IS WHERE YOU WILL DISCOVER THESE AMAZING WINES GALLERIA LOUNGE 1 King St. (next to A1A Ale) World Class Wines 350 Varieties 30 Amazing Wines by the Glass Tantalizing Frozen Wine Cocktails Unique Gifts >Artifacts >Jewelry “Surprise” Wine Event Every Fri. & Sat.

TASTING LOFT 46 St. George St. Award Winning Florida Tropical Fruit Wines [Every Flavor Explodes on Your Tongue] Olive Oils Balsamic Vinegars Spanish Wines Unusual Gifts

BOUTIQUE WINES OF THE SOUTH 35 Hypolita St. (behind Casa Del Hidalgo) Awesome Small Production & Limited Edition Wines. Gifts that Grab You!

3 Locations In St. Augustine

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Resort Casual

ALWAYS IN STYLE

Floridians are known for their own special style. They took the necessity of having to dress for hot, humid weather and ran with it. Florida’s “resort casual” has become the fashion of choice.   Resort casual style is all about ease!  It’s characterized by sundresses, tunics, capris, khakis and chinos, tropical prints, bright colors, sheer fabrics, caftans, boat shoes and flip flops.     Speaking of flip flops, did you ever wonder how they became all the rage?  Flip flops have been around for six thousand years and were first depicted on Egyptian murals around 4000 BC. They began appearing in America in the 1950s when soldiers brought back Japanese zori (similar to flip flops) as souvenirs. Since then the designs have changed. Flip flops have become a pervasive part of Florida beach style, and you’ll even find them on some high fashion runways!                 --Dana Whitcomb

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Get Your Photos on Canvas/St. Augustine Photographic Arts

Create beautiful personalized photo art on canvas from your digital photos. High resolution, gallery wrapped canvas prints are a magnificent way to display your photographs. 35 Hypolita Street, 105 Casa del Hidalgo, St. Augustine, 904-819-9512, www.GetYourPhotosOnCanvas.com. See ad on inside back cover.

Peterbrooke Chocolate

Come experience our famous chocolate popcorn, chocolate dipped Oreos, pretzels, rice krispys, grahams and other treats, chocolate souvenirs and gourmet assortments. Gifts, events, chocolate camp. anastasiaisland@peterbrooke.com. Facebook: Peterbrooke Chocolatier-St. Augustine Beach. 1011 A1A Beach Blvd. #3 St Augustine, (Publix Plaza) 904-471-2830, www.sapeterbrooke.com. See ad on page s16.

Treasure Your Memories of St. Augustine with Nautical and Estate Jewelry

904.829.5003 7 Rohde Ave., St. Augustine

www.NeffJewelers.com

Vino Del Grotto Winery

Sample an eclectic mix of world class boutique grape and fruit wines. Unique gifts, artifacts and jewelry with a wine and shopping experience like no other. Simply the best-Come see why! Visit our 3 locations. 1 King Street, St. Augustine, 904-824-1855. See ad on page s17.

Dawn Gaffney, PA Watson Realty Corp.

For an experienced, professional, full service Realtor dedicated to customer service, Dawn Gaffney will provide the guidance to make your next move stress-free. Dawn’s knowledge of the community and strong negotiation skills and a commitment to providing excellent service are a few reasons why you should contact Dawn for all of your real estate needs. 3505 US 1 South, St. Augustine, 904-495-0148, www.DawnGaffney.com. See ad on page s15.

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st. augustine dining Have lunch in what was once the swimming pool of Flagler’s Alcazar Hotel, now the Lightner Museum or, on the veranda of a Victorian house soothed by the sounds of a garden fountain. It’s all nearby for your dining pleasure. Fresh Atlantic seafood served broiled, blackened or grilled is always a good choice. At casual eateries, toss down clams, either raw or steamed, or dip crispy shrimp into a seasoned sauce. Wash it down with a frosty mug of beer or the local favorite, a

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“Vegetables” Artist: Joe Taylor

When shadows begin to lengthen, it’s time to choose

Spanish, Mexican, Cajun, Caribbean or edgy Asian fusion, you’ll love our culinary diversity. Try something new and

a place to eat and review the experiences of the day. With

order a traditional Minorcan dish made with the Datil

many accomplished chefs located here, you can dine

pepper, which was brought here in the 1600s and only

extraordinarily well and yet casually at a cozy pub, a street

grows in the St. Augustine area. If your taste buds crave

side café, or on a breezy deck overlooking the Atlantic.

classic favorites, we have everything from artisan pizzas to

Dining options include innovative restaurants known

for their imaginative menus and delicately presented

slow smoked Southern barbeque. After dark, relax to the beat of live music at a

dishes. Guided by knife and fork you can have dinner at an

beachside grill or a night spot downtown where the locals

historic house where candlelight dances on exposed brick

go to have fun. Join them and indulge in a heavenly

walls, a secluded Spanish-styled courtyard or a stately yet

dessert at a sidewalk table where you can watch the

casual hotel dining room.

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Enjoy casual dining at its finest. Recognized for over 30 years as one of Florida’s top destination restaurants. Renowned for their consistent, award winning menu, wine list and premium bar served in their warm and intimate restored 1879 Victorian house.

Dine in the outdoor courtyard.

APPETIZERS Bruschetta Castillo Shrimp Maryland Style Lump Crab Cake Escargot Stuffed Mushrooms Shrimp Cocktail Margarita Pizza

ENTRÉE SALADS Ahi Tuna Salad Chicken Caesar Salad Grilled Salmon Salad Pecan Crusted Tofu Salad

STEAKS Beef Wellington Brandy Peppersteak Filet Mignon Béarnaise

DESSERTS

SEASONAL DINNER SPECIALS $9.99 - $15.99 Raintree Seafood Au Gratin CHEF SPECIALS Baked Tilapia $19.99-$29.99 Grilled Shrimp & Grilled Salmon Housemade Sausage Fresh Catch Matanzas Chicken Zingara Jumbo Shrimp & Lobster Homemade Meatloaf Lobster Tail 7 oz. Lasagna Puntanesca Crisp-Roasted Half DuckPork Schnitzel ling Chicken Scampi New Zealand Rack of Lamb Mussels Marinara Veal San Marco Eggplant Parmigiana Paella Cappellini Pomodoro

Need a ride?

Raintree’s Courtesy Van provides pickup within city limits!

SUNDAY BRUNCH 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Starting at $9.99

904-824-7211 • 102 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine, FL • www.RaintreeRestaurant.com www.SEE-StAugustine.com

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St. Augustine’s Best Casual Oceanfront Restaurant Seafood

Fried Shrimp Dinner • Steamed Seafood Platter Fresh Fish—Grilled/Blackened/Sautéed/Broiled Fried Fish Platter • Seafood Jambalaya • Crab Chowder Seafood Enchiladas & Burritos • Local Oysters (in season) $9.99-$22.99

Chicken, Steak and Pork

Black Angus Sirloin • New York Strip Chicken and Andouille Sausage Jambalaya Pulled Pork • Steak Wrap • Chicken Fajita Wrap $7.99-$22.99

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Breakfast Served on Weekends 7:30 to 10:30a.m. t in Voted Best Seafood Restauran rds “Best of St. Augustine” Awa

A “People’s Choice” Award Winner Follow Us on Facebook!

Hamburger • South Beach Burger Crab Cake Sandwich • Seafood Burrito Grilled or Blackened Fish Sandwich Grilled or Blackened Chicken Sandwich Includes Fries ~ $6.99- $10.50

Our Lunch Menu Includes:

Burgers • Hotdogs • Pasta • Fried Shrimp Platter Fried Fish Platter • Fish Tacos • Wrap Sandwiches & Burritos Grilled or Blackened Fish and Chicken Sandwiches Large Selection of Entree Salads $5.99-$8.99

Kid’s Menu Available Starting at $5.50 Serving Lunch And Dinner 7 Days A Week • Beer, Wine And Full-Service Bar • Early Bird Specials Mon.-Fri. 4-5:30 Happy Hour Specials Mon.-Fri. 4:30-6

Creative Nightly Dinner Specials Featuring Fresh Local Seafood Oceanfront at 45 Cubbedge Road • One Block South Of S.R. 206 On A1A • Next to Beacher’s Lodge

(904) 471-8700

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Hot Shot Bakery & Café Breakfast & Lunch •Specialty Coffee •Pastries •Cupcakes

Avilés Restaurant & Lounge

St. Augustine’s best kept secret with an eclectic variety of dishes prepared by world class chefs in a rich Spanish flair, influenced by the traditional dishes of Spain and the Mediterranean. Dine in a casual atmosphere or in their fabulous courtyard setting. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Inside the Hilton St. Augustine Historic Bayfront. 32 Avenida Menendez, St. Augustine, 904-829-2277. See ad on page s27.

Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille

New Orleans style seafood, steaks, chicken and pasta. Courtyard dining overlooking the bay front and indoor dining in a historic home. Full bar. Live music daily.

904-824-7898 8 Granada Street

(Downtown across from Flagler College & Lightner Museum)

“Fish Dinner” Artist: Joe Taylor

HotShotBakery.com

46 Avenida Menendez, St. Augustine, 904-824-7765, www.HookedOnHarrys. com. See ad on back cover and menu on page s22

Hot Shot Bakery, Café and Catering

Homemade specialty soups, sandwiches, panini, wraps, an award

winning bakery and hot sauce company. Just steps from the Lightner Museum. Breakfast and Lunch daily. Creative made-from scratch baked items. Try the dark chocolate dipped datil pepper. Enter the “Poppin Pepper Palooza” and be on the wall of flame. Daily 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 8 Granada Street, St. Augustine, 904-824-7898. See ad on this page.

La Pentola

Seafood, prime steaks, wild game, innovative pasta, entrée salads, and house made desserts. Serving fine wines, beer, and gourmet coffee. Lunch served Tues.-Sat., 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.; dinner served Tues.-Sun., 5 - ’til; and Sunday Brunch 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Closed Monday. Banquet and private party facilities. Open all holidays. Reservations recommended. 58 Charlotte Street • Historic Downtown • 904-824-3282, www.LaPentolaRestaurant.com. See ad on page s25.

The Raintree Seafood and Steakhouse

Enjoy casual dining at its finest, recognized national and internationally as one of Florida’s top destination restaurants. Consistent, awardwinning menu, wine list and full bar served in the warm, intimate atmosphere of a restored 1879 Victorian home. Dinner served from 5 p.m. daily. Sunday Brunch. Outdoor dining available. Reservations requested. 102 San Marco Avenue, St. Augustine, 904-824-7211, www.RaintreeRestaurant.com. See ad on page s21.

South Beach Grill

Enjoy lunch and dinner daily, weekend breakfast all from their oceanfront view. Dine inside or out to feel the cool ocean breezes. Menu includes fresh catch; grilled, sautéed, blackened or broiled seafood and sandwich platters, steaks, pork, chicken and pasta. Fried shrimp, wraps, burritos and more. Full-service bar and call ahead seating available. 45 Cubbedge Road, Crescent Beach, 904-471-8700, www.SouthBeachGrille.com. See ad on page s23

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Romance Thrives Capturing the romance that has thrived in St. Augustine for nearly 450 years is as easy as walking together around the beautifully illuminated Spanish fort in the moonlight. Then follow the old walkway along the seawall, a path that follows in the footprints of many couples who found love and romance in St. Augustine.

in the Oldest City in America

Get to know ancient Aviles Street at night when shops are brightly lit and bistros are serving at sidewalk tables. Browse through bins for an art print and enjoy a cozy, late night supper.

Creative Continental Cuisine In the Heart of Historic Downtown!

Serving Lunch & Dinner Sunday Brunch Offering Daily Chef’s Specials Featuring Fresh Seafood, Wild Game & Exotic Specialties Courtyard Dining • Private Party Space Lunch from $8.95 • Dinner from $13.95 Homemade Desserts • Cappuccino & Espresso

Serving a Wide Selection of Fine Wines & Beers Starters Baked Brie en Croute, Seared Sesame Tuna Escargot, Sauteed Calamari, Carnitas Tostada Hours Lunch: Tues.-Sat., 11-3 Dinner: Tues.-Sun., 5-‘til Sunday Brunch 10-3

Open All Holidays • Reservations Recommended

Entrees Catch of the Day, Grilled Salmon, Crab Cakes Veal Osso Bucco, Filet with Ancho Chile, Tenderloin Steak Pork Tenderloin, Stuffed Chicken Breast, Duck a l’Orange, Seafood Pasta al Chipotle, Pasta al Pomodoro Basilico, Salmon Pasta, Lobster Ravioli in Provencal Sauce

904-824-3282 • www.LaPentolaRestaurant.com • 58 Charlotte Street www.SEE-StAugustine.com

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23 miles of hard-packed golden sand beaches, and a destination known for motorsports and attractions for

concerts and performing arts events occur throughout the year at local venues. If you came to escape a hectic lifestyle, we can

every age. Take a look through these pages at all there

recommend Tomoka State Park where you can

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spot wild dolphins in the Intracoastal and Blue

Inside this guide to Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach,

Spring State Park where gentle manatees gather in

Daytona Beach Shores, New Smyrna Beach, Ponce Inlet

clear spring waters. Get in touch with nature and

and beyond, we’ve included some suggestions for our

paddle a pristine creek or explore the ruins of an

favorite things to do at museums, historic landmarks

old British plantation surrounded by ancient oak

and some places that you may not have heard about.

trees for a nature-made escape.

After you work on your tan and relax around the

The first visitors came to watch auto and

pool, this could be the year you learn paddle boarding

motorcycle races on the hard packed sand beach,

on calm waters, play golf on a championship course or

but today we welcome one and all to leave

take a cruise on the Intracoastal.

your cares behind and enjoy all the entertaining

We have museums with prehistoric animal skeletons, collections of surfing, art, photography and racing memorabilia. For your entertainment, live music

diversions we offer. We hope you take home the best souvenir we can think of—unforgettable memories of good times. www.SEE-DaytonaBeach.com

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in the daytona beach area International Speedway is fascinating for its historic autos and memorabilia. For awesome thrills, get behind the wheel and take a spin around a go-kart track. For curiosity’s sake, learn about our history at the Halifax Museum, tour our historic homes and visit the special museums featuring art, science, and photography. Climb to the top of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, Florida’s tallest lighthouse measuring 175 feet, to enjoy a bird’s eye view of pristine beaches and coastal preserves. For a closer look at sea turtles plus the thrill of touching a live stingray, visit the Marine Science Center for interactive fun everyone will enjoy. More than 25 golf courses are within a half hour of the beach and your hotel can usually arrange starting times for you. Both courses at LPGA International are highly rated for their playability and exceptional

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natural settings. And if your swing needs work, take a workshop at one of the world famous links designed by legends of the sport. Fishing along the Halifax River is a great family

There are many ways to have fun on “The

experience whether you rent a boat at a marina or fish

World’s Most Famous Beach,” starting with a walk

from a pier. For those who enjoy challenging offshore

or a bicycle ride along the beach in the morning for a

fishing, deep sea charters for yellowfin tuna and marlin

great feeling of well-being that will last all day.

are available at Ponce Inlet.

When you’re ready to get out there and see the

Sun-soaked days on the beach and the nighttime

sights in the Daytona Beach area, we encourage

happening scene make great photos, so bring your

you to mix it up a bit. A tour of the Daytona

camera to capture those vacation memories!

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Located at the

Hawaiian Inn

Reservations Suggested

386.255.5411 ext. 186 • MyOhanaLuau.com 2301 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, 32118

Parasail Rides

Eco Tours Kayaks Fishing Banana Boat

386.405.3445

Sailboat • Paddleboards • Private Charter Boat • Wake Boarding

www.PonceInletWatersports.com Across From The Lighthouse www.SEE-DaytonaBeach.com

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Daytona International Speedway Tours

Venture behind-the-scenes and discover what makes Daytona International Speedway the World Center of Racing. Choose the 60-minute All Access Tour or the 30-minute Speedway Tour. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with tours departing from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1801 W. Int’l Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, 877-306-7223, www.DaytonaInternationalSpeedway.com/tours.

Halifax Health – Center for Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery

Center for Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery is here for your surgical or non-surgical plastic, cosmetic or reconstructive needs. You will benefit from the resources of the largest hospital in East Central Florida giving you access to a wide variety of medical experts, sophisticated medical technology and a caring experienced staff to support you no matter what procedure you are here for. 311 N Clyde Morris Blvd, Suite 500 Daytona Beach, 386-238-2244, HalifaxHealth.org/cosmetic. See ad on d9.

Inland Fishing Charters

For inshore salt water fishing or backwater guide service, fish with Captain John Frazier, US Coast Guard licensed. Choose a full or half day charter, bait/tackle provided & no license required. Families welcome! For pricing please visit their website! 386-527-6561, www.InlandFishingCharter.com. See ad on page d12.

LPGA International

Two challenging 18-hole courses Champions, by Rees Jones, at 7,088 yards is challenging and enjoyable for all skill levels. Legends, by Arthur Hills, at 6,984 yards, requires players to use their mind over their muscles. The practice facility is 57,000 sq.ft. surface area of natural turf and 10 target greens. 1000 Champions Dr., Daytona Beach, 386-274-5742, www.LPGAInternational.com. See ad on inside front cover.

Marine Science Center

“An environmental odyssey.” Offers stingray touch pool, exhibit gallery, bird observation tower, nature trails, aquariums and the rehabilitation of sea birds and turtles. Open Tue.-Sat. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Sun. Noon – 4 p.m. 100 Lighthouse Dr., Ponce Inlet, 386-304-5545, www.MarineScienceCenter.com. See ad on page d9.

Ohana Luau

Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Islands as they come alive! Daytona’s Only Dinner Show Spectacular. Family fun show is suitable for all ages! Become part of the excitement on stage as you learn traditional island dances. All-you-can-eat Tropical Feast will satisfy both your appetite and your budget. Come feel the warm hospitality of the island and make memories continued on page 12

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ALL Year Fun, Events & Shows!

4 Exit 118A www.VolusiaCountyFair.com

Jeff fffrey DeMercurio, MD 311 N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Suite 500 Daytona Beach, FL 32114

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calendar of events

Editor’s note: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, as all dates and times are subject to change without notice, we recommend you call ahead to verify dates and times. Call ahead to verify dates, prices and times.

ONGOING

9-11: Daytona Beach Film Festival

Every Thursday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Ormond Beach Farmers Market

Beach Street, Daytona Beach, 386-252-3118, www.DBFF.org

Rockefeller Gardens at the Casements, 16-18: Daytona Symphony Society 25 Riverside Dr., Ormond Beach, presents: Beethoven Weekend www.OrmondBeachFarmersMarket.com Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 4th Friday’s In Artisan Alley: 6 - 9 p.m. 386-253-2901, www.DBSS.org

sponsored by NEST, DeLand DeLand, 386-740-7777, www.DelandArtWalk.com

1st Saturday Art Stroll: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Downtown Art District, New Smyrna Beach, 386-427-2903, www.Clay-Gallery.com,

4th Saturday Art/Wine Walk on Flagler: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.: Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, 386-428-1770

OCTOBER 2012 1: Chubby Checker at the Athens Theatre

17-18: RiverFest and Music Festival Rockefeller Gardens, Ormond Beach, 386-451-2138, www.OrmondRiverfest.com

17-18: Fall Festival of the Arts Downtown DeLand, 386-738-5705, www.DeLandFallFestival.com

20: The Christmas Music of Manheim Steamroller 7 p.m. Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 386-671-3462, www.BroadwayInDaytonaBeach.com

22-25: Daytona Turkey Run 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Daytona International Speedway, 386-767-9070, www.TurkeyRun.com

7:30 p.m. The Athens Theatre, DeLand, 386-736-1510, www.AthensDeland.com

DECEMBER 2012

18-21: Biketoberfest

6-10 p.m., Hilton Oceanfront Resort, Daytona Beach, 386-274-4703 www.HalifaxHumaneSociety.org

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Daytona Beach area-wide, 800-854-1234, 386-255-0415, www.Biketoberfest.com

22: Martha Speaks Children’s Show 10 a.m., Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 386-671-3462, www.PeabodyAuditorium.org

1: 3rd Annual Fur Ball Gala

1: Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting 6 p.m., Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater, 2001 City Center Circle, 386- 506-5851, www.Port-Orange.org

7: Movies on the Halifax: 26-28: Daytona Beach Dream Cruise Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure Daytona Beach area-wide, 386-672-1861, www.DaytonaBeachDreamCruise.com

NOVEMBER 2012 1-11: Volusia County Fair & Youth Show

Hours vary, Volusia County Fairgrounds, DeLand, 386-734-9514, www.VolusiaCountyFair.com

3-4: Halifax Art Festival Historic Downtown Beach Street, Daytona Beach, 386-767-1278, info@halifaxartfestival.com, www.HalifaxArtFestival.com

8-11: 36th Annual Greek Festival

Rockefeller Gardens, Ormond Beach, 386-676-3216, www.OrmondBeach.org

9: Santa Hustle Half Marathon & 5K 9 a.m., Ocean Center, Daytona Beach, 866-536-8477, www.OceanCenter.com

27: Holiday Program 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, 386-761-1821, www.PonceInlet.org

28: Sunset/Moonrise Lighthouse Climb 4:30 p.m., Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, Reservations Required, 386-761-1821, www.PonceInlet.org

JANUARY 2013

10: The State Theatre of RussiaCinderella

Thurs - Sat, St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox 7:30 p.m., Flagler Auditorium, 5500 East Hwy. 100, Palm Coast, Church, Daytona Beach, 386-252-6012, 386-437-7547, www.FlaglerAuditorium.org www.StDemetriosDaytona.org

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11-13: State Cheer & Dance Championships Ocean Center, Daytona Beach, 386-254-4500, www.OceanCenter.com

20: Elvis Lives 7:30 p.m., Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 386-671-3460, www.PeabodyAuditorium.org

25: Barber of Seville 7 p.m., Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 386-671-3460, www.PeabodyAuditorium.org

25-27: Daytona Beach Symphony Society Winterfest Various events and times, area-wide, 386-253-2901, www.DBSS.org

26-27: Rolex 24 at Daytona Various events and times, Daytona International Speedway, 1-800-PITSHOP, www.DaytonaInternational Speedway.com

28-29: IMAGES - A Festival of the Arts Riverside Park, New Smyrna Beach, 386-423-4733, www.ImagesArtFestival.org

TBA: Orange City Blue Springs Manatee Festival Orange City, 386-775-9224, www.TheManateeFestival.com

FEBRUARY 2013 2: Buckler’s Craft Fair

Volusia County Fairgrounds, DeLand, 386-860-0092, www.BucklerCraftFair.com

15: Daytona Beach Symphony Society presents: Vienna Boys Choir 7 p.m., Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 386-253-2901, www.DBSS.org

17: Women of Ireland- National Tour 3 p.m., Flagler Auditorium, 5500 East Hwy. 100, Palm Coast, 386-437-7547, www.FlaglerAuditorium.org

24: Daytona 500 Daytona International Speedway, 1-800-PIT-SHOP, wwwDaytonaInternational Speedway.com

MARCH 2013

2: Romeo and Juliet Ballet 7 p.m., Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 386-253-2901, www.DBSS.org

8-17: Bike Week, 71st Anniversary Area-wide, 386-255-0415, www.OfficialBikeWeek.com


9: Daytona Supercross Daytona International Speedway, 1-800-PITSHOP, wwwDaytonaInternational Speedway.com

9-10: Spring Break Nationals Daytona Beach, 386-767-3030

16: Daytona 200 Daytona International Speedway, 1-800-PITSHOP, wwwDaytonaInternational Speedway.com

18-31: Spring Break Daytona Beach, 386-677-3308

23-24: DeLand Outdoor Art Festival Sat. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sun. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Earl Brown Park, 386-734-3243, www.DelandOutdoorArtFest.com

30: 46th Annual Run Forrest, Run! Easter Beach Run. 1 p.m., www.EasterBeachRun.org

30-April 1st: Daytona Spring Turkey Run Fri-Sat 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. / Sun, 8 a.m. 2 p.m., Daytona International Speedway Infield, 386-255-7355, www.DaytonaBeachCarShows.com

31: Easter Beach Mass 7 - 8 a.m., Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 386-255-0433

APRIL 2013

JUNE 2013

OCTOBER 2013

7:30 p.m., Peabody Auditorium, 386-671-3460, www.PeabodyAuditorium.com

Daytona Beach area wide, 1-800-854-1234, 386-255-0415, www.Biketoberfest.com

JULY 2013

NOVEMBER 2013

Locations throughout Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, DeLand and New Smyrna Beach

St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, Daytona Beach, 386-252-6012

6: Coke Zero 400 Daytona International Speedway, 1-800-PIT-SHOP, www.DaytonaInternational Speedway.com

Historic Downtown Beach Street, Daytona Beach, (386) 767-1278, info@halifaxartfestival.com, www.HalifaxArtFestival.com

7: Firecracker Four Miler Run/Walk

21:24: Daytona Turkey Run

on the beach behind Breakers’ Oceanfront Park 7:30 a.m. dbtc@DaytonaBeachTrackClub.org

Daytona International Speedway, 386-767-9070, www.TurkeyRun.com

20: West Side Story Broadway Show

4: Independence Day celebrations

AUGUST 2013

23-25: Daytona Beach Home & Garden Show

17-20: Biketoberfest®

TBA: 37th Annual Greek Festival

2-3: Halifax Art Festival

FUTURE EVENTS

Go to www.SEE-DaytonaBeach.com for the most current EVENT information. More on pages d23 and d26.

Ocean Center, Daytona Beach, 386-254-4500, www.OceanCenter.com

SEPTEMBER 2013

TBA: 13th Annual New Smyrna Beach Jazz Festival Flagler Ave, 386-423-9760, www.NewSmyrnaBeachJazzFestival.com

“Tropical Storm” Artist: Beau Wild

5-7: New Smyrna Beach Balloon Festival New Smyrna Beach Airport, US1, 386-424-2199, www.SeasideBalloonFest.com

5-21: The Sands Theatre presents: “Cats.” A comedy by Neil Simon. 2:30 p.m (Sundays), 7:30 p.m. (Thur. - Sat.), 386-736-1500, www.AthensDeland.com

11-13: National Cheerleader Championships Oceanfront Bandshell, Daytona Beach, 1-800-854-1234, 386-255-0415, www.NationalSpirit.com

TBA: Port Orange Jazz & Art Fest Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater, 386-506-5936, www.LakesideJazz.org

MAY 2013 5: Cinco de Harbor Inlet Harbor Restaurant, Ponce Inlet, 386-767-5590

TBA: Art of the Automobile Beach Street, Daytona Beach, 386-255-5922, www.ArtoftheAutoLifestyle.com

17-18: Gator Nationals World Karate Championships Ocean Center, Daytona Beach, 386-254-4500

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that will last a lifetime. Reservations suggested. Located at Hawaiian Inn Hotel, 2301 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, 386-255-5411 ext. 186, www.MyOhanaLuau.com. See as page d7.

Ponce Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

This 175-foot lighthouse, the tallest in Florida, was completed in 1887. A National Historic Landmark, it is one of the best-preserved and most complete light stations in the nation. Open daily at 10 a.m.

ing. Open Daily, located across from the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse. 4936 S. Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet, 386-405-3445, www.PonceInletWatersports.com. See ad on page d7.

Skyline Parasail

See the World’s Most Famous Beach from above! They have been flying passengers since 1998 and safety is their #1 priority! Boat Rentals & Eco Tours too! Fun for the whole family, up to 6 flyers per trip. Photo packages available. Free shuttle, Reserve Now. USCG Licensed Captains.

4931 S. Peninsula Dr., Ponce Inlet, 386-761-1821, www.PonceInlet.org. See ad on page d7.

3948 S. Peninsula Drive (located at Adventure Yacht Harbor Marina), Wilbur-by-the-Sea, 386-383-6611, www.SkylineParasail.com. See ad on this page.

Ponce Inlet Watersports

Tony Giese Photography

Come Experience the thrill of your life and parasail above the World’s Most Famous Beach. Take a 90 minute Eco Tour along the intracoastal waterway aboard a shaded boat. Go fishing on a guided backwater charter. All kinds of water fun including Paddleboarding; Kayaks; Banana Boats and Sail-

Our culture values creativity, as does award-winning Photographer Tony Giese. Capture the image of your family on the beach with a special portrait from your vacation. Couples and babies to Grandparents and Weddings. Memories to last a lifetime. Call for appt. M- F 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.,

SKYLINE PARASAIL

Ph 386-788-3999, Cell- 386-290-0976, www.TonyGiese.com. See ad on inside back cover.

Volusia County Fair & Expo Center

The Volusia County Fair is here once per year, but the Volusia County Fair & Expo Center has events and shows all year round. Cat shows, dog shows and hobby shows like coins, trains, antiques and crafts to name a few. Check out their schedule online anytime. C’mon over for fun! 3150 E. SR 44, Deland, 386-734-9514, www.VolusiaCountyFair.com. See ad on page d9.

Votran

Hop on, Votran, Volusia County Public Transit. Votran offers convenient routes and great rates. Ride all day with a 1-day $3 pass. Shopping, dining, sports, and entertainment Votran can get you there. From S.R. A1A to Beach Street and beyond, leave the driving to professionals. Wheelchair accessible. Visit Votran.org for schedules and routes. See ad on page d8.

INLAND FISHING CHARTERS

We've Been Flying since 1998!

INSHORE SALTWATER FISHING Beginner to Expert

Let's Go

Fishing!

For pricing info, visit our website!

Red Fish Sea Trout

Fish the beautiful Mosquito Lagoon or the Indian River Lagoon

(383) 383-6611 | www.SKYLINEPARASAIL.com FREE SHUTTLE

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386-527-6561

www.InlandFishingCharter.com FAMILIES WELCOME US Coast Guard license, Captain John Frazier


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shopping

in the daytona beach area

The shopping scene in the Daytona

Beach area is bursting with choices for those who love to shop. Friendly seaside neighborhoods in the Daytona area offer the latest in swimwear and casual clothing in soft hues of sea and sky. If you’re like most visitors you’ll quickly slip into the mood for a tropical makeover with cool, supple fabrics that are the base of our coastal lifestyle. You’ll feel like a fashionista in a new pair of sandals that sparkle or a hat that spells mystery while it shades your face. Many boutiques offer fashionable accessories for that finished look including

“Just One More Minute” Artist: Beau Wild

one-of-a-kind jewelry, belts and cover-ups. Whether you are looking for a gift or something special that reminds you of your trip, it’s always fun to browse galleries stocked with original

market on City Island for the wide choices of goods and foods. Everyone will enjoy the free guided tour at Angell

paintings and photography that celebrate the Florida

& Phelps Chocolate Factory, a downtown landmark since

landscape. Handcrafted souvenirs in glass and

1925. Afterward, sink your teeth into creamy chocolates,

ceramics make perfect gifts for friends as well as

munch chocolate covered potato chips and sip gourmet

your home.

coffee at the free tasting.

Strolling along the palm-lined streets in Historic

For surf boards and beach gear, drive south on

Downtown Daytona Beach, you’ll find several

A1A to find stores stocked with all you need for fun at

specialty shops. Visit the Halifax Museum located in

the beach. Just a short drive west you’ll find the malls

an Art Deco Building that’s 125 years old and relax

offering plenty of options and bargains too. Visit the

with a snack at a restaurant with outside tables. On

town of DeLand in West Volusia for a slice of the “real”

Saturdays locals and visitors drop by the farmer’s

Florida, several museums and charming shopping.

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Artsy Abode

Maui Nix

Need your dose of color? Then Artsy Abode is your place! A haven of every girl’s favorite accessories with a fabulous selection of Vera Bradley, Brighton jewelry and handbags, Pandora jewelry and so much more! Definitely the place to shop while visiting the beach!

Daytona’s largest surf and apparel shop equips shoppers with everything they need for the beach to the street with brands such as Quiksilver, Billabong, Volcom, Fox, Hurley, Roxy and O’Neill. Children’s surf wear. Surfboard rentals. Open daily.

1700 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, 386-238-0509, www.artsyabode.com. See ad on back cover.

Joseph Taylor Jewelers

Joseph Taylor Jewelers

Estate Jewelry - Pre Owned Rolex 526 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach

(386)-673-8300

“Florida Savanna” Artist: Beau Wild

www.JosephTaylorJewelers.com

Since 1983 Joseph Taylor Jewelers has been providing the highest quality jewelry at the most affordable prices. Featuring Guy Harvey Fine Jewelry, take home a little special piece of your vacation. From estate jewelry to a pre-owned Rolex, Joseph Taylor Jewelers has the best quality and will not be undersold. 526 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach, 386-673-8300, www.JosephTaylorJewelers.com. See ad on page d14.

635 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, additional locations in Ocean Walk Shoppes and Volusia Mall, 386-253-1234. See ad on page d3.

Ocean Club Sportswear For the best swimwear selection in town including Guess, Body Glove, Sauvage, Malibu, Playboy and more. Ocean Club Sportswear carries all your vacation needs from boogie boards, towels and beach shoes to gifts to take home. 403 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, 386-253-0105, 712 S. Atlantic Ave., 2739 N. Atlantic Ave., and 2059 S. Atlantic Ave. See ad on page d15.

Pearls International Hey Shoppers! Looking for amazingly affordable keepsakes? Bring home a little piece of Daytona with locally made unique pearl jewelry and destination gifts! Come see pearls in every color from around the world. Drop in soon for chic accessories to complete your signature look! One mile north of Dunlawton Bridge on A1A Open: Mon. - Sat 10 – 7 p.m. 3114 S. Atlantic Avenue (A1A), Daytona Beach Shores, 386-767-3473, www.PearlsInternational.com. See ad on d11.

Volusia Mall/The Pavilion at Port Orange Looking for the best in shopping, dining and entertainment? Department stores include Belk, Marshalls/Home Goods at The Pavilion and Dillard’s, Macys JCPenney and Sears at Volusia Mall. Volusia Mall 1700 W. Intl. Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, The Pavilion 5501 S. Williamson Blvd., Port Orange, www.volusiamall.net or www.thepavilionatportange.com.

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RIVERFRONT DINING ANGELL & PHELPS CAFÉ

(386) 257-2677 • AngellandPhelpsCafe.com

BAY STREET SEAFOOD MARKET (386) 255-8650

DANCING AVOCADO KITCHEN (386) 947-2022

DON VITO’S

(386) 492-7935 • DonVitosRestaurant.com

IVY LANE BISTRO

(386) 258-7112 • IvyLaneBistro.com

MCK’S TAVERN (386) 238-3321

MEDITERRANEAN EXPERIENCE (386) 323-7897

RHOKKOH’S FROZEN YOGURT (386) 256-4864

RONIN SUSHI & SAKE BAR

(386) 252-6320 • RoninSushiandBar.com

SCUTTLEBUTT’S PUB

The Only Independent Coffee Shop in Daytona Beach! Coffee • Cappuccino • Cupcakes Latte • Muffins • Pastries Hummus • Turkey Panini Vegan and Gluten-Free Options and Much More.

386.310.7817 www.sweetmarlays.com

OPEN: 7-10 Mon-Sat • 1-10 Sun. 214 S. Beach St. • Daytona Beach

(386) 872-2939 • ScuttlebuttsPubRestaurant.com

SIAM SPICE

(386) 252-8792 • SiamSpice.com

SWEET MARLAYS’ COFFEE

(386) 310-7817 • sweetmarlays.com

THE ORIGINAL STAVRO’S PIZZA HOUSE (386) 258-5041

TIA CORI’S TACOS

(386) 947-4333 • TiaCorisTacos.com

WINDY CITY BAR & GRILL (386) 248-1400

ZEN BISTRO

(386) 248-0453 • ZenBistroDaytona.com

OTHER DOWNTOWN RESTAURANTS CHART HOUSE

(386) 255-9022 • chart-house.com

BLUE GROTTO

(386) 255-6477 • bluegrottodaytona.com

CELLAR RESTAURANT

(386) 258-0011 • thecellarrestaurant.com

DAYTONA DINER

(386) 258-8488 • daytonadiner.com

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NICOLE’S

BEACH STREET ANTIQUE MALL Unique Floral Arrangements for Any Occasion

CINEMA CAFÉ Have lunch or dinner served to your table - Including beer, wine, gourmet coffees and desserts.

386.252.3778

www.cinematique.org 242 S. Beach St. • Daytona Beach

HISTORIC JACKIE ROBINSON BALLPARK PARKING LOT

105 E. ORANGE AVENUE

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Daytona’s Largest Antique Mall! With more than 50 dealers and 14,000 square feet of shopping.

• • • • • • •

Beautiful bouquets & arrangements Large inventory of fresh flowers Silk arrangements Floral baskets Weddings Corporate Local FTD dealer

386.252.3615

386.252.3033

www.ZahnsFlowers.com

140 N. Beach St. • Daytona Beach

140 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach

www.BeachStreetMall.com


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“Sausalito Café” Artist: Beau Wild

clothing, art work, gift items and new treasures regularly. 140 N. Beach Street, 386-252-3033, www.BeachStreetMall.com

Zahn’s Flowers

Since 1927, Zahn’s Flowers has been a favorite of Daytona Beach. They have unique floral arrangements for any occasion including weddings, and special occasions. Daytona Beach’s local FTD Dealer, call them today to order or go see them when you visit Downtown Daytona Beach. 140 W. International Speedway Blvd., 386-252-3615, www.ZahnsFlowers.com

Downtown Farmers’ Market Come to the Downtown Farmers’ Market on City Island Daytona Beach. Farmers’ Market is every Saturday with all kinds of local vegetables, fruits, plants and specialties.

105 E. Orange Avenue, Historic Jackie Robinson Ballpark Parking Lot

Votran Trolley

Dancing Avocado Kitchen

Located in Historic Downtown Daytona Beach, the Dancing Avocado Kitchen is a favorite place for Breakfast and Lunch. Enjoy their Juice Bar. Open Tues-Sat 8 a.m. - 4:05 p.m. Truly a unique eating experience! 110 S. Beach Street, 386-947-2022

Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory

It’s a sweet day at Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory. Visit them for your free tour and sample. Their chocolate is handmade using the finest and freshest ingredients. Tours: 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 pm. Open M-S 9:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.

and pastries, and much more! Sweet Marlay’s also has Vegan and Gluten-Free options. Open MonSat 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. and Sun 1 p.m. - 10 p.m. 214 S. Beach Street 386-310-7817, www.SweetMarlays.com

Cinematique of Daytona Theater

Present and recently released independent and foreign films. Film festival favorites, Ballet and Opera in Cinema, cult classic and local films all showing in digital HD surround sound. A true cinema café’, featuring local and national talent on select nights. LIVE! Improv, Music, Art Openings and Poetry.

154 S Beach Street, 386-252-6531, www.AngellandPhelps.com

242 S. Beach Street 386-252-3778 or 386-252-3118, www.Cinematique.org

Sweet Marlay’s

Nicole’s Beach Street Antique Mall

Sweet Marlay’s is the only independent coffee shop in Daytona Beach. They specialize in coffees

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Specializing in antiques, collectibles, jewelry, furniture,

Hop on, Votran Volusia County Public Transit. Votran offers convenient routes and great rates. Ride all day with a 1-day $3 pass. Shopping, dining, sports and entertainmentVotran can get you there. From S.R. A1A to Beach Street and beyond, leave the driving to professionals. Wheelchair accessible. Visit Votran.org for schedules and rates.

ROAR Motorcycles for Women

ROAR Motorcycles specializes in beautiful bikes for women. ROAR also invites you to visit them and their friends at Riverfront Motorcycle Row! ROAR has gear, accessories, helmets, and motorcycles for women and even a men’s department. Come in for your free signed copy of “Hear My Roar” book by Kathy Tolleson. 420 N. Beach Street, 386-255-7527, www.RoarMotorcycles.com

Daytona Cubs

Come watch the Daytona Cubs at Jackie Robinson Ballpark from April 4th- September 1st! Fun for the whole family, and Fireworks on Saturdays! 105 E. Orange Ave., 386-257-3172, www.DaytonaCubs.com.


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One visit to DeLand and you will know why it’s one of America’s favorite small towns. Located just 30 minutes from the beach, it is an exciting and diverse place to visit. From its historic Mainstreet district to the natural wonders of its many parks and springs, it offers something for everyone. DeLand is home to some of the most beautiful natural springs in the world for swimming and boating. The 72-degree year round temperatures of Blue Springs and DeLeon Springs attract hundreds of manatees in winter, which makes it an ideal spot to watch these incredible creatures. Skydivers from around the world find the weather is perfect for year round skydiving. A cruise on the St. Johns River, the only river in Florida that flows north, offers a leisurely way to see Florida`s natural beauty.

A superb cultural arts center with nine museums and the newly restored Athens Theater offer continuous shows and exhibitions that can compare to any city. Often called the Athens of Florida, it has many buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Monthly street fairs and a variety of fine restaurants and pubs keep the Mainstreet district bustling. The city hosts hosts a variety of events including the DeLand Fall Festival of Arts and monthly DeLand Art Walks where residents come together for a night of culture, music and fun. On any day of the year visitors will enjoy a day spent downtown browsing shops and galleries, dining at one of the great restaurants, or pausing for a coffee pick-me-up in one of the specialty coffee shops.

“One Lazy Day Along the River” Artist: Beau Wild

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Arts & Culture DELAND

gallery Gifts and Fine Art made in the U.S.A. • Jewelry • Pottery • Sculpture • Paintings • Chimes • Flaming Rock Oil Lamps Hours: M-TH 10-6 Fri 10-9, Sat 10-5 Sun 1-5

• HISTORICAL SITES • OUTDOOR MURALS • SCULPTURE WALKS • LIVE MUSIC

9 MUSEUMS • GALLERIES • SHOPS • RESTAURANTS Conveniently located just 30 minutes from the beach

www.MACDeland.com

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Dressed Boutique

Mainstreet Art Committee

108 S. Woodland Blvd., Historic Downtown DeLand, 386-734-6848, www.DressedBoutique.com. See ad on d23

www.MACDeland.com. See ad on this page

Dressed, is a unique metropolitan boutique, known for friendly and helpful customer service, unique fashion-forward clothing, accessories, warm inviting atmosphere, and upscale-feel without the upscale prices. Now open in 2 Locations, Deland and Lake Mary. New items arrive weekly from NY, Miami & LA.

Ferrell Jewelers

Ferrell Jewelers has been a family tradition since 1957, specializing in custom design and repair on premise. Featuring Galatea Jewelry and other one of a kind items. They have local art, giftware and engraving too! 115 N. Woodland Blvd., Historic Downtown DeLand, 386-734-3801, www.FerrellJewelers.com. See ad on page d23

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119 N. Woodland Blvd. Downtown Deland 386-740-1492

Downtown DeLand boasts a world class university, nine museums/historical sites, outdoor mural series, sculpture walk, historic theatres and contemporary performing arts centers, live music venues, art galleries, fine restaurants, unique shopping and over 50 Mainstreet events a year. Visit the Mainstreet Arts and Culture DeLand website for more information.

Wolfe’s Gallery

You will find those special gifts and fine art that are made in the U.S.A. at Wolfe’s Gallery. Treasures such as; jewelry, pottery, sculpture, painting, chimes and flaming rock oil lamps! Hours: Mon. - Thurs. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Fri. 10 a.m - 9 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sun. 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. 119 N. Woodland Blvd., Historic Downtown DeLand, 386 740-1492, www.WolfesGallery.com. See ad on this page


Discover Deland

! n u f e h t r e Discov See DeLand and the 'real" Florida. Centrally located, only 30 minutes from the beach and Orlando, but home to alligators, otters, turtles, and the loveable manatee. We feature six museums. We have "World Class" dining, over 50 events per year and a wide variety of merchants and speciality shops.

386.734.3801 115 N. Woodland Blvd. Historic Downtown Deland

www.FerrellJewelers.com www.discoverdeland.org

www.mainstreetdeland.com

On premise custom design and repair A Family Tradition since 1957

deland calendar of events

November 2012

July 2013

Over 180 National Artists. Woodland Blvd., 386-738-5705, www.DelandFallFestival.com. FREE.

A tropically-themed street party. Steel drum band, limbo, hula hoop and tropical hat contests, dancing, shopping & dining. Family Fun. Woodland Blvd. FREE.

17-18: DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts

January 2013 21: A Taste of DeLand

Sample culinary delights from 25 different area restaurants. West Indiana Ave., $15.

February 2013

9: DeLand Craft Beer Festival Sample beer from 36 breweries over different 100 beers. Must be 21. On Artisan Alley, Noon-4 p.m. Tickets $35. in advance, $40. at the door.

March 2013

9: DeLand Bike Rally Motorcycles line the streets for one of the area’s largest bike rallies. Live music, vendors, shopping & dining. www.DelandBikeRally.com. FREE.

23: Florida Wildflower & Garden Festival Speakers, demonstrations, children’s activities, arts and crafts & entertainment. West Indiana Ave., www.FloridaWildflowerFestival.com. FREE.

20: Tropical Nights

August 2013

24: DeLand’s Hot Summer Night Hundreds of classic cars. Live DJ, celebrity dunk tank, dancing in the street, shopping, dining & fun. FREE.

September 2013 TBA: Craft & Quilt Show

Artists and Crafters from all over the state. Entertainment, demonstrations, children’s activities and more! Woodland Blvd. FREE.

Car Show every 3rd Saturday. Friday Art Walk, every 4th Friday

November 2013

17-18: DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts Woodland Boulevard blossoms into an artist’s garden as over 200 National Artists display and sell their works. 386-738-5705 www.DelandFallFestival.com. FREE

*Visit www.MainstreetDeland.org 386-738-0649 or www.Discover Deland.org for more information.

“Upscale Boutique without the upscale price” Deland: 108 S. Woodland Blvd (386) 734-6868 Lake Mary: 1140 Townpark Ave Ste 1280 (407) 878-5441

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Carefree Bicycle Trails for All Riders Sightseeing is at its best on a bicycle ride with interesting things to see, like boats moving slowly on the Halifax River, pleasant city parks and one of our best-kept secrets, shady trails in the maritime forest at beautiful Tomoka State Park. In Ormond Beach, a good place to start is the parking lot on the southwest side of the Granada Boulevard Bridge (SR 40). If you ride south, a shared use trail passes through neighborhood parks with swings for children, gazebos where you can stop to rest, and piers where anglers are catching fish. On a mix of sidewalks and paved segments, you can ride as far south as Mason Avenue between Holly Hill and Daytona Beach. If you ride north, follow the sidewalk on the west side of North Beach Street. You’ll ride through an Old Florida neighborhood with large trees that form a tunnel of branches to keep you cool. At Inglesa Avenue a new 1-mile paved path through oak hammocks leads to the entrance of Tomoka State Park. You can explore all of the hard-packed, shady trails on your bicycle, stop for refreshments at the Outpost and even rent a canoe to paddle the Tomoka River.

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Tomoka State Park: Admission for walkers and bikers is $2 per person; cars $5 for 2-8 people. Information: 386-676 4050. Canoe Outpost rentals: 386-673-0022. Don’t have a bike? Many local bicycle shops will rent them by the day or week.


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New Smyrna Beach is a town that has held onto

its old Florida character by repurposing buildings into eclectic shops that are magnets for visitors. On the beach side of town, a patchwork of colorfully painted shops and restaurants on Flagler Avenue give the place its bohemian atmosphere. Nature-made adventures include kayaking along the Indian River and fishing the creeks and backwaters of the Indian River. If you try paddle boarding, you are likely to spot river otters, wading birds, bald eagles and an occasional dolphin. National Geographic has rated New Smyrna as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns for its steep, wedging waves, friendly locals and fun nightlife. After playing in the surf, it’s just a few steps to the beachfront deck of a restaurant. Along the 13 miles of powder-white sand there are beautiful dunes and tidal pools that harbor tiny sea creatures. To the south are the pristine beaches at the Canaveral National Seashore.

“Early Morning Flight” Artist: Beau Wild

Connected to the beach by two causeways, downtown New Smyrna Beach boasts it’s the second oldest colony in North America after St. Augustine. An

The Hub on Canal Street. Or visit the Harris House

historic marker on Canal Street identifies the foundation

Gallery, located at the Atlantic Center of Arts.

of a building that was part of the Turnbull Plantation established in 1767.

The town has also become famous for lively weekend festivals that celebrate art, jazz and hot air

Free-spirited artists have always gravitated to this

ballooning. However you spend the day, end your

laid back community. It’s worth the trip to browse the

visit at one of the seafood restaurants to watch the

galleries featuring work by accomplished artists at

setting sun spread a warm glow over the water.

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ONGOING

Every Saturday: Farmer’s Market 7 a.m. to noon on Canal Street, www.CanalStreetNSB.com, 1-800-541-9621 2nd Saturday: East Coast Cruiser Night Street rods & antique cars on Canal Street, 4 - 8 p.m. www.EastCoastCruiserNSB.com

October 2012

21-27: 3rd Annual Canaveral Seashore Plein Air Paint Out www.CanaveralSeashorePaintout.org

November 2012

10-11: 22nd Annual Flamingo Follies along Flagler Avenue, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

January 2013

26-27: Images, A Festival of the Arts Riverside Park, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

March 2013

8-17: Bikeweek A motorcycle event that is held in Daytona Beach & surrounding areas. www.OfficialBikeWeek.com

April 2013

5-7: Balloon Fest New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport, www.SeasideBalloonFest.com

June 2013

TBA: 25th Annual Seaside Fiesta on Flagler Avenue 5 - 9 p.m.

August 2013

25: Spark the Spirit Tree lighting and live entertainment. Canal Street, 4:30 - 7:30 p.m., www.ChristmasOnCanalStreet.com

TBA: 7th Annual Shrimp & Seafood Festival on Flagler Avenue 5 - 9 p.m.

December 2012

TBA: Sept/Oct Port Orange Family Days 1000 City Center Circle, 386-506-5935, www.FamilyDays.com.

1: Christmas Parades Land and Sea Canal Street, 12:00 p.m. - 1 p.m.

September 2013

31: New Year’s Eve Party along Flagler Avenue, 5 p.m. -2 a.m. with Fireworks at 9 p.m.

Gone Bonkers

Caters to a casual lifestyle with clothes for every woman. Features Fresh Produce casual cotton clothing from extra small to 3X sizes. Offering Birkenstock shoes for fashion and comfort. Many one of a kind clothing, gifts and jewelry from all over the world. Personal service and free gift wrap. Call toll free 877-426-4065. Shipping available. Open: Seven days 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 14 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, 386-427-2256, www.GoneBonkers.com. See ad on this page

The Grille at Riverview

Discover great food in a spectacular waterfront setting located in NSB on the Intracoastal. Relax and enjoy Happy Hour M-F on the Key West deck and watch the dolphins play as the sun sets over the river. Live Entertainment every Fri & Sat night. Enjoy a delicious Lunch, Sunday Brunch, Sunset Menu and Dinners. Full bar. Private Party rooms available. 101 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, 386-428-1865, www.TheGrilleAtRiverview.com. See ad on page d27.

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This is a small sampling of our delicious preparations you will find when you join us for Lunch, Dinner, Sunset, or Sunday Brunch Lunch serving ving fr from 11:30 am Herb Crusted Salmon Salad Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad Strawberry & Baby Brie Salad The Grille’s French Dip New England Fish & Chips Plantain Crusted Crabcakes Char Grilled Fresh Mahi Mahi Blackened Chicken Penne Pasta Dinner Serving from 4:30 pm Chicken Francese Blackened Chicken Penne Prime Rib Au Jus Filet Mignon or NY Strip King Crab & Lobster Tails Blackened Mahi Mahi Char Sui Atlantic Salmon Macadamia Crusted Grouper Maple Leaf Duck Breast New Zealand Rack of Lamb Lunch & Dinner Appetizers Escargot Parisian Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail Spinach & Crab Dip

Desserts Fried Cheesecake Pots DeCreme Vanilla Bean Crème Brule Nicole’s Turtle Pie Coconut Tres Leche New YYork Style Cheesecake Sunset Menu Serving 4:30 – 6:00 Mon-Fri Includes a complimentary glass of wine, well cocktail or domestic beer Soup du Jour or House Salad & Bread with any entrée ving fr from 10:30 am unday BBrunch Serving Sunday The Grille’s French Toast Eggs Benedict Y Way Omelet Your Bloody Mary Bar Mimosas Daily Specials Each day our Chef Creates a variety of Specials for Lunch & Dinner

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a world of dining choices If you’re here to relax and enjoy the

beach, your vacation plans should include dining on the foods that you enjoy most. In our area, many restaurants offer outstanding menus and selections designed to please everyone’s taste buds. Seafood is beyond the ordinary here and always a delectable choice. Start with an appetizer of shrimp, clams or oysters plucked fresh from the Atlantic Ocean and move on to an entrée of fish topped with the chef’s house-made sauce. If you’re ready for a restaurant that’s a vacation-worthy upgrade, pick one with an all-weather deck overlooking a marina or a stretch of sun-kissed beach. Fresh Atlantic seafood served broiled, blackened, baked or grilled is always a good choice. For the ultimate in relaxation you can always dine

“Espresso Cafe New York” Artist: Beau Wild

a creamy slice of Key lime pie to finish off the evening. When in the mood for something different there’s

casually at a wide variety of restaurants. Our favorite

always sushi and a wide range of ethnic restaurants

casual meal is a crispy grouper sandwich served in a

serving Mexican, Cuban, Hawaiian, Cajun and Italian

basket with fries and washed down with a frosty mug

cuisine. Our skilled chefs take pride in creating savory

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Familiar American fare like a thick, juicy

The Daytona Beach area is perfect for moonlit

cheeseburger served with the works or a platter of open

dining, listening to the breeze ruffling the palm trees

pit barbecued ribs is a vacation ritual. If it’s served at a

above you and relaxing over a meal that could become

sidewalk table with a lively street scene, you may call for

the fondest memory of your vacation.

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Appetizers Calamari Fried Green Tomatoes Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail Coconut Shrimp Sesame Crusted Ahi Tuna Chili Cheese Fries Gator Tail Cracked Conch Fritters Inlet Harbor Nachos Chicken Wings Peel and Eat Shrimp Voodoo Shrimp Raw Ra or Steamed Oysters on the Half Shell Soups & Salads Caesar Salad Inlet Harbor “Jumbo” Salad New England Style Clam Chowder Chef’s Selection Pastas St. Thomas Island Scampi Vegetable Alfredo Mediterranean Shrimp & Scallop Pasta ef efoot Shrimp Pasta Barefoot Nassau Nelly Chicken Pasta

Entrees from the Ocean Captain Redwood’s Jumbo Fried Shrimp Platter Captain’s Platter Fried Oyster or Scallop Platter Fried Coconut Shrimp Handmade Super Lump Crab Cakes Shrimp and Grits Alaskan Snow Crab Clusters Fresh Fish Selections: Mahi Mahi, Grouper, Flounder, Chilean Sea Bass, Florida Twin Lobster Tails, imp & Scallop Sk Skewers, Shrimp Salmon, Cod Pirate Kid’s Menu (Includes Inlet Harbor Souvenir Frisbee)

Captain Corn Dog • Hot Dog Chicken of the Sea Tenders First Mate Fish Fingers Popeye’s Popcorn Shrimp urger • Cheeseburg urger Hamburg ur ur Chicken or Cheese Quesadilla

For the Land Lover Prime Rib “Au Jus” Caribbean Seasoned Ribeye 9oz Sirloin Island Grilled Pork Chops Jamaica Mon Chicken Sandwiches Inlet Harbor Fried Fish Sandwich Reggae Wraps Down South Po’ Boys Fish and Chips Fresh Catch Sandwich Baja Fish Tacos Fish Reuben Key West Chicken Sandwich Open Face Prime Rib Sandwich Half Pound Harbor Burger or Cheese Burger Classic Triple Decker Club aabcak bcak bcakee Sandwich Super Lump Crabcak Inlet Sweets K y Lime Pie Ke Chocolate Passion Cake Ice Cream Ala Carte A la Mode • Banana Xango Chef’s Housemade Crème Brulee Birthday Cakes

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BOONDOCKS FAMOUS half pound CHAR-GRILLED BURGERS

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(Served with french fries, real mashed or baked potato & coleslaw or tossed salad) FISH “CATCH OF THE DAY” Fried, grilled, blackened or Pete's garlic seared MAHI MAHI Blackened, grilled or Pete’s garlic seared FRIED SEAFOOD COMBO Fish, shrimp, clams & oysters MARIE'S PAELLA Shrimp, scallops, clams, mussels & spicy sausage seasoned to perfection over yellow rice 12oz CHAR-GRILLED SIRLOIN STEAK Smothered with mushrooms & onions, $1.00 more

FRIED SHRIMP, CLAM STRIPS OR OYSTERS

MAKE IT A PLATTER (With french fries & coleslaw) AU POIVRE BURGER A spicy brandy-cream peppercorn sauce BACON CHEESEBURGER MUSHROOM PROVOLONE BURGER

BOONDOCKS CHICKEN Grilled chicken breast smothered with onions, mushrooms, bacon & provolone

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GRILLED FISH WITH FRANCAISE SAUCE (Lemon & garlic sauce) CHICKEN OR SHRIMP RACHEL Chicken or shrimp, fresh broccoli & tomatoes over pasta in a lemon-garlic sauce DELUXE CAPTAINS PLATTER Grilled fish, spicy steamed shrimp, clams, oysters, and snow crab legs

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FISH DIP ZUPPA DI CLAMS (Our Specialty) A bowl of clams in a spicy garlic marinara sauce CLAMS OR OYSTERS Raw or steamed CLAMS OR MUSSELS Steamed in garlic, olive oil, white wine, and herbs MUSSELS Marinara or Fra Diavolo OYSTERS ROCKEFELLER SNOW CRAB LEGS 1 LB or 2 LBS U PEEL’EM SHRIMP COCKTAIL SPICY STEAMED SHRIMP COCONUT SHRIMP STEAMED VEGGIE PLATTER ARLENE’S FAMOUS GARLIC BREAD Regular and with cheese CHICKEN TENDERS BUFFALO WINGS 10 or 20 wimpy, dangerous, or deadly BUFFALO TENDERS CALAMARI SHRIMP IN A BASKET CHEDDAR JALAPENO POPPERS MOZZARELLA CHEESE STICKS ONION RINGS Gourmet crumb breading FRENCH FRIES Cheddar or chili cheese

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Racing’s North Turn sits on the exact location where Racing History began in Daytona Beach. Casual Oceanfront Dining on our 5000 sq. ft. Deck or in our Air Conditioned Dining Room. More than 25 TV’s for viewing all your Favorite Sports & Live Music Daily! Areas Best Collection of Vintage Racing Photos and Memorabilia. LIVE MUSIC 7 NIGHTS

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Daytona’s Favorite Waterfront Restaurant and Bar

Caribbean Jack’s Menu Appetizers

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Spinach & Artichoke Dip Gator Bites Jack’s Wings Blue Crab Cakes Fried Calamari Peel & Eat Shrimp Coconut Crunchy Shrimp Caribbean Crab Dip Sesame Seared Tuna

Jack’s Crispy Chicken Salad Giant Caesar Salad Pirate’s Portobello Salad Coconut Crunchy Shrimp Salad

Jack’s Jumbo Fish Grouper Reuben Mahi-Mahi BLT Crab Cake Sammy French Dip Tropical Chicken Breast Jack’s Char-Grilled Angus Burger

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Shrimp and Sea Scallop Skewers Pasta Primavera Alfredo Twin Lobster Tails Snow Crab Legs Shrimp Scampi

Caribbean Colada Jack’s Ass – (Rum Punch) Rum Smuggler Strawberry Daiquiri Shark Attack – (Bloody Mary) Samba Cherry Spiced Tiki Torch Key West Lemonade

Steaks & Chicken Tropical Sweet & Sour Chicken Sweet Jerk Ribs Jack’s Ribeye Filet Mignon Bird of Paradise

Desserts Jack’s Famous Bananas Foster Key Lime Pie Butterfinger® Ice Cream Pie Chocolate Mousse Pie Brownie Bliss

721 Ballough Road Daytona Beach 386-523-3000 CaribbeanJacks.com www.SEE-DaytonaBeach.com

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When in Rome... If you’re looking for a sweet way to get the party started, try these divine tropical libations. All that’s needed is a blender and a few island ingredients and you’ll find yourself on the way to Margaritaville. PLANTER’S PUNCH: 1 oz. lemon juice, ½ oz. lime juice, 1 oz. passion fruit, 1 oz. pineapple juice, 1½ oz. rum. Combine ingredients and pour over shaved ice. Garnish with a sprig of mint. RUM RUNNER: 1½ oz. rum, ¾ oz. blackberry brandy, ¾ oz. crème de banana, a splash of grenadine, a splash of lime juice BAHAMA MAMA: 1 oz. orange juice, 1 oz. pineapple juice, ½ oz. grenadine, ½ oz. rum, ½ oz. coconut-flavored rum, 1 cup crushed ice. Garnish with a slice of pineapple and a cherry. PIÑA COLADA: 1 shot Rum, 2 oz. Coco Lopez, 3 oz. Pineapple juice, 1 cup ice. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. CUBA LIBRE: 2 oz. light rum, Coca Cola, lime wedge. Originated after the Spanish-American War, when American soldiers first mixed Coke with rum and a wedge of lime to toast to Cuba’s freedom.

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Your local family restaurant serving breakfast and lunch daily. Where every delectable breakfast and gourmet lunch is homemade with only the freshest ingredients.

ORMOND BEACH 185 E. Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach, FL 32176 386.615.0096

We invite you to discover oak grilled steaks, fresh seafood and great times in a casual yet sophisticated environment. ORMOND BEACH 100 S. Atlantic Ave. Ormond Beach, FL 32176 386.671.1200 PORT ORANGE 1078 Dunlawton Ave. Port Orange, FL 32127 386.760.2282

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Just south of the Seabreeze bridge, SW Grill features waterfront dining with an artistic array of seafood creations, aged steaks and hand-crafted cocktails. A casual but elegant resort-feeling atmosphere. DAYTONA BEACH 861 Ballough Road Daytona Beach, FL 32114 386.947.9900

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Mon - Fri 7:00 am - 2:30 pm Sat - Sun 7:00 am - 3:30 pm

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Boondocks

Only restaurant in Wilbur-by-theSea! This casual outdoor riverfront restaurant serves fresh seafood, burgers, soups, salads, chicken, steaks and daily specials. Fresh raw bar also available. Key West atmosphere. Open 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Daily. Online: www.Boondocks-Restaurant.com 3948 S. Peninsula Drive, (Over Dunlawton Bridge, R. on S. Atlantic, 1.4 miles R. on Mallard), 386-760-9001, www.Boondocks-Restaurant.com. See ad and menu on pages d32-d33.

Caribbean Jack’s Restaurant & Marina

Discover this tropical waterfront destination with outdoor dining. Whether you’re there for lunch or dinner, or having drinks with friends, Caribbean Jack’s menu is sure to satisfy any mood or occasion. Familyfriendly with live entertainment, and happy hour nightly from 3 -7 p.m. Open daily for lunch and dinner. 721 Ballough Rd., Daytona Beach, 386-523-3000, www.CaribbeanJacks.com. See ad on pg. 2, menu on d36-d37.

Charlie Horse Restaurant

The Charlie Horse is a family owned and operated restaurant conveniently located right on Atlantic Avenue. Specializing in hand-cut steaks, seafood, wings, burgers, ribs, hot sandwiches and all you can eat Alaskan Snow Crab. They have a casual family-friendly atmosphere, featuring a children’s menu, several TV’s, full bar and video games. You may dine-in or carry out. Join them for lunch or dinner. Open: Mon. - Sat. 11 a.m. and Sun. 12 noon. 810 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach, 386-672-4347, www.CharlieHorseRestaurant.com. See ad and menu on page d41.

Chart House

Dine on fresh fish specialties, slowroasted prime rib, and decadent desserts as you enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Join them for a fabulous happy hour and special early dining menu! Extensive salad bar. Children’s menu available. Come by land or boat. Reservations recommended. 1100 Marina Point Dr., Daytona Beach, 386-255-9022, www.Chart-House.com. See ad on page d43.

Doc Bales’ Grill & Legends Sports Bar

Located at the Hilton Daytona Beach. Doc Bales’ features seafood or continental fare. Indoor or outdoor terrace overlooks the ocean. Legends has big screen TV’s, casual meals and your favorite cold beverage. 100 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, 386-254-8200. See ad on page d42.

Inlet Harbor Marina & Restaurant

980 W. Int’l Speedway Blvd. Corner of ISB & Nova www.KrispyKreme.com d40 daytona beach area

The Place to GO! …with Plenty to DO! Experience their casual indoor/ outdoor dining over the river with scenic views, birds and marine life. Enjoy the torch-lit all weather deck, dancing to live music, unique shopping, pier & charter fishing and cruises. The kid’s menu & Pirate Ship playground will keep them happy. Open 11 a.m. Breakfast Sat. & Sun. 133 Inlet Harbor Rd., Ponce Inlet (just 5 miles south of Dunlawton), 386-767-5590, www.InletHarbor.com. See ad and menu on pages d30-31.

Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, located 3 miles west of the the beach and only 1 ½ miles east of the Daytona International Speedway. Open 24 hours! Download the Hot Light app at KrispyKreme.com so you will always know when they are serving their famous original glazed doughnuts! 980 W. Int’l Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, 386-253-2508, www.KrispyKreme.com. See ad on this page.

Mai Tai Bar and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

It’s the most entertaining duo in Daytona Beach! At Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., our world famous seafood and family-friendly atmosphere create a one-of-a-kind setting. And it’s always a party at Mai Tai Bar, with legendary drinks, live music and late night happy hours. Join us at the Ocean Walk Shoppes for ocean views and an experience you won’t forget! Ocean Walk Shoppes, Daytona Beach, 386-947-8433, www.maitaibar.com, www.bubbagump.com. See ad on page d43.

Racing’s North Turn Bar & Grill

Voted #1 Seafood Restaurant by WESH 2’s “A-List”. Featuring 25 Flat Screens to catch your favorite sporting events. Pool tables, and bar games. Full bar available. For lunch and dinner, enjoy delicious seafood, steaks and chicken. Live music 7 nights a week. 4511 S. Atlantic Ave., Ponce Inlet, 386-322-3258, www.RacingsNorthTurn.com. See ad and menu on pages d34-d35.

SW Grill at Sunset Harbor

Join them for Breakfast, Lunch or 2 choices for Dinner. Peach Valley Café in Ormond Beach is open Mon-Fri 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and Sat-Sun 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Stonewood Grill & Tavern located in Port Orange or Ormond Beach is open nightly at 4 p.m. Their newest restaurant SW Grill at Sunset Harbor is open nightly at 4 p.m. and is located just south of the Seabreeze bridge. 861 Ballough Road, Daytona Beach, 386-947-9900, www.SWGrill.com. Ad on page d39.


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Satisfy Your Cravings.

An intimate piano bar overlooking the

Fun and spacious racing and sports

Atlantic Ocean. Clocktower Lounge

themed bar offering all of your favorite

features classic and specialty martinis,

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cocktails and light fare. Lobby Level.

Hi-Def TV’s. Our sports bar features fantastic casual fare and your favorite cold beverage. Look for our daily happy hour specials. Lobby Level.

Our signature restaurant features tantalizing continental favorites in a casually elegant atmosphere. Enjoy indoor or outdoor terrace dining overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Doc Bales’ Grill starts every day with an expansive Breakfast Buffet. Join us seasonally for our All-U-Can-Eat Prime Rib, Seafood and Snow Crab buffet on Friday and Saturday nights. Lobby Level.

100 N. ATLANTIC AVE., DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA 32118 • 386-254-8200.

www.daytonahilton.com • Complimentary valet parking with purchase.

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SPECTACULAR WATERFRONT DINING Enjoy fresh fish specialties such as Macadamia Crusted Grouper, slow-roasted Prime Rib, our famous salad bar and the original Hot Chocolate Lava Cake while you dine leisurely on the Halifax River.

HAPPY HOUR EVERY DAY • 4:30PM – 7PM Available in bar and lounge only. Not available on select holidays and holiday weekends.

Daytona Beach • 1100 Marina Point Dr. 386.255.9022 • chart-house.com

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