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history awaits st. augustine, ponte vedra and the beaches


Oldest Wooden School House Historic Museum and Gardens "An American Landmark" St. Augustine, Florida

Let your first lesson in history begin at the Oldest School House -

a historic museum dedicated to Preservation and Education to be enjoyed by the entire family! The Professor and students from 1864 recreate what school life was like in the 1800's. Enjoy the beauty of our tropical garden as you stroll our pathways to view our newest archaeological exhibits.

14 St. George St., St. Augustine, FL 32084 (904) 824-0192 (888) OLD-SCHL

www.oldestwoodenschoolhouse.com • oldestwoodenschoolhouse@yahoo.com OPEN DAILY 9-5 (EXCEPT CHRISTMAS) • EXTENDED SUMMER HOURS AVAILABLE EVENING HOURS FOR SPECIAL EVENTS * RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

Member of the National Historic Trust


st. augustine, ponte vedra, and the Beaches area ...

DAYTONA BEACH DAY TRIP

WELCOME

VISITOR INFORMATION see reverse side of this page

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WELCOME TO AMERICA’S OLDEST SETTLEMENT enjoy our sun-drenched atlantic coastline

ACTIVITIES

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Take a day to see the Daytona Beach area, just a short drive south along the ocean on A1A’s Coastal Highway. d4 MAP d6 ACTIVITIES d12 CALENDAR OF EVENTS d14 SHOPPING d20 NEW SMYRNA BEACH d26 DINING Publisher & Editor: Deb Smith Contributing Editors: Georgia Brown Art and Design: Rob Peaden Contributing Graphic Artists: Jon Schiller Web Manager: Andrea Ehmann Sales Representative: Michael Motley For advertising information, Deb Smith ph: 800-557-2641 f: 800-746-1135 Email: Michael.Motley@SEECoastalMedia.com or Deb.Smith@SEECoastalMedia.com

RECREATION and attractions include; history, fishing, golf, sun-worshipping and more

CALENDAR of EVENTS ANNUAL FESTIVALS

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AND calendar of EVENTS

SHOPPING

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shop along our historic streets and beyond. bargains and surprises are everywhere

DINING flavorful CHOICES to

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please everyone from the casual to the sophisticated

The In-Room Concierge, St. Augustine is published by SEE Coastal Media, LLC. P.O. Box 1924, Daytona Beach, Fl. 32115 Content and Ads created for InRoom Concierge are the property of SEE Coastal Media, LLC and may not be reproduced. Copyright 2010©. 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. 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. Photo credits: Tony Giese Photography, Port Orange, FL, St. Augustine Visitors & Convention Bureau, Shutterstock

Featured art on the St. Augustine area pages provided by: Charles Schaefer Cover: “Murat House, Old Village” St. Augustine, FL

Daytona Beach area art by: Trish Vevera of Ormond Beach, FL


visitor information

for the st. augustine area

Important Numbers 911

SHERRIFF:

904-824-8304

POLICE DEPARTMENT:

904-825-1070

POISON INFO:

800-222-1222

Buses GREYHOUND:

904-829-6401

Trains

904-829-1711

500 san sebastian view., mon-fri,

jacksonsville

904-766-5110

general info

800-usa-rail

open 8am - 5pm

Hospitals

st. augustine beach vcb 904-471-1596

flagler hospital emergency center

open 8:30am - 5pm daily

904-819-5155, 400 health park blvd.,

visitor info center

Schaefer

amtrak

Area Information St. johns county vcb

Charles

south of st. augustine

EMERGENCY

904-825-1000

st. augustine

10 w. castillo drive, st. augustine

halifax medical center 386-254-4000

st. augustine chamber of commerce

303 n. clyde morris blvd.,

904-829-5681, 1 riberia st., st. augustine

daytona beach

open 8:30am - 5pm, mon-fri

baptist medical center 904-202-2000

ponte vedra chamber of commerce 904-285-2004, 50 aia north, suite 102, ponte vedra beach

Event Information st. augustine, ponte vedra & the beaches vcb

800-653-2489

Immigration

www.getaway4florida.com/events/

call for office hours.

calendar

st. augustine

904-209-0099

Jacksonville

904-360-5020

Lost/stolen credit cards American Express:

800-528-4800

Airports

Diners Club/

st. augustine/st. johns county

Carte Blanche:

800-234-6377

airport

Discover Card:

800-347-2683

located 2 miles north of

MasterCard:

800-622-7747

st. augustine on hwy. 1

VISA:

800-847-2911

904-209-0090

jacksonville int’l airport 904-741-4902 just 10 miles north of jacksonville, west of i-95, exit 127b daytona beach int’l airport 386-4248-8069, located about an hour

Visitor information Pick up your free copy of SEE ST. AUGUSTINE insiders guide in the lobby of this property.

“Genungs Kayak & Canoe”

Charles Schaefer moved from Long Beach Island to Florida in 2002 to further his art career as a Plein Air Artist where he now spends 90 percent of the time outdoors painting year round. His work has been shown in galleries in Forida, New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Colorado, California, Canada and Paris. He is an Official United States Coast Guard Artist since 1993, and has been invited to Epcot Arts and Garden Festival as an Invitational Artist since 2004. Painting on Plein aire has given Charles a more vibrant and spontaneous style to his colorful oil paintings. The natural surroundings are his inspiration in every-changing light and shadow. His work can be seen at The St. Augustine Gallery on King Street and in the Lightner Museum Courtyard. Appointments can be made to visit Charles, wine and cheese always is available when viewing paintings at his studio. www.SchaeferArtStudio.com SchaeferFineArt@aol.com


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“Anastasia Island” (oil) Fort Matanzas

ponte vedra &the beaches

Welcome to St. Augustine, the gateway to

Whether you are here for the first time or a regular

cultural travel, miles of golden beaches and year-round

visitor, this book will help you find interesting things to

outdoor adventures in Florida’s natural waterways

do and the best places to dine in St. Augustine, Anastasia

and preserves. The nation’s oldest city is a place of

Island, Ponte Vedra and the beaches.

discoveries: colonial fortitude, legendary pirates and

illusive ghosts.

the Old City. Shopping along the bricked streets is never

disappointing. Cozy dining spots, urbane wine bars and the

The old Spanish fort casts a long shadow on

Almost everything takes on a romantic flavor within

the waterfront near the site where Native Americans

music spilling out of St. Augustine’s top notch clubs attract

first met the Spanish explorer Pedro Menendez de

lively people every night.

Aviles in 1565. The colony endured many hardships

and warring nations, but it survived.

so let your curiosity be your guide. We are the city of “oldest

places” in America, but also where traditions exist happily

At first glance, the Old City’s historic

Historic landmarks become conversation builders,

architecture makes it seem more like a European town.

with the new . During the annual Nights of Lights celebration,

Visitors become time travelers on a ramble through

millions of white lights create a dazzling setting for everything

narrow brick streets lined with the oldest buildings

in the Old City from late November through January.

in Florida. Well preserved colonial houses, wooden

pioneer structures and a smorgasbord of architectural

the restored 1927 Bridge of Lions. The bell towers and spires

styles built during Flagler’s railroad era are a historical

of the city are the best backdrop for a vacation photo to send

roadmap of the city.

back home.

Before you leave, take a stroll on the waterfront near

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in the st. augustine area

St. Augustine’s bell towers inspire romantics

who stroll the bay front path or take a relaxing horse-drawn carriage ride. Cultural travelers are only limited by their curiosity when exploring the historic sites that reveal St. Augustine’s Native American, conquistador, colonial and pirate past.

For an overview, hop the trolley for a

narrated tour of the Old City. Along the way you will see colonial dwellings, stately buildings from the Flagler railroad era and Victorian houses painted in gumdrop colors.

You can always come back for a closer look when

you spot something interesting, like the Pirate & “St. Augustine Lighthouse Boat Ramp”

Treasure Museum. The life’s work of a collector, it’s a fantastic journey with exciting displays of authentic artifacts and interactive fun.

Legacy Tours of the 1887 former Hotel Ponce de Leon, now part of Flagler College, include Tiffany glass

windows and chandeliers. The Sebastian Winery offers free tours and tastings everyday. Afterward, relax with a bottle of wine and something from the rooftop café’s small plate menu.

Climbing up 219 steps to the top of the St. Augustine Lighthouse is challenging, but the reward is the

panorama of the nation’s oldest port, Atlantic beaches and the azure coastal waterways that explain why yearround fishing is just minutes away.

Golfers can play courses designed by such world champions as Sam Sneed and Jack Nicklaus. The World

Golf Hall of Fame offers private tours of special collections and personal anecdotes of the Hall’s members.

While you’re here, take advantage of the 100 parks and preserves in the area. Peaceful natural areas protect

migrating birds, fish and wildlife and offer trails for hiking, bird watching, bicycling and kayaking. Miles of golden beaches offer surfing and many water sports on Anastasia Island and Ponte Vedra.

After dark, night spots come to life with an infusion of locals. If chilling tales of pirates lurking in taverns

and broken hearted lovers roaming halls at night won’t keep you awake, take a ghost tour…sweet dreams!

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Photo Credit: Tony Giese Photography

When you’ve seen the expanse of azure water that surrounds the area, you will understand why fishing is a year ‘round sport here. Saltwater and freshwater fishing are minutes from the historic district. Hang out at a local bait shop to soak up the local lore about “the big one that got away.”

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Along the Matanzas River, family operated fishing resorts offer complete setups, renting pontoon boats and skiffs as well as tackle. Locals are eager to give tips on inshore saltwater fishing near feeder creeks and oyster bars where they catch black drum and mangrove snapper.


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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 before traveling long distances to attend an event.

ONGOING

Through March, Bob Hope: Shanks for the Memory Exhibit

NOVEMBER 2010

St Augustine Beach Farmer’s Market

World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum

5-7: Lincolnville Heritage Festival

Every Wednesday from 8am to 12:30pm, 904-347-8007

Every Saturday:

San Sebastian Winery 2-5 The Cellar Up-stairs - Jazz 157 King Street, St. Aug. 904-826-1594 for dates & times

Old City Farmer’s Market St. Augustine Amphitheatre, St. Augustine 904-471-1965

OCTOBER

1st Friday Artwalk

23-24: Beaches Unplugged Concerts

First Friday of each month, Free St. Augustine 904-829-0065

Last Saturday of each Month, 5pm, free Uptown Saturday Night,

Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach, 904-280-0614

29: Darius Rucker in Concert St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 800-745-3000

San Marco Avenue, St. Augustine, 904-824-3152

Romance Thrives in the Oldest City in America To capture the romance that has thrived in St. Augustine for 400 years is as easy as strolling 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. Get to know ancient Aviles Street at night with its brightly lit shops, pubs and a wine bar. Browse through bins for an art print, savor a cozy, late night supper or drop into a lively club. Even the locals bring their sweethearts downtown to the bayfront to take a horse-drawn carriage ride, a slow spin along narrow streets under the lamp light creates memories that last forever.

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Francis Field, St. Augustine, 904-501-8299

19: Harry Potter & the Deadly Hallows World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theatre St. Augustine 904-940-4123

20-Jan. 31: 17th Annual Nights of Lights Celebration St. Augustine, 800-653-2489

27-28: 45th Annual Fall Arts Festival St. Augustine, Special Events Field at the Visitor Center, Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 10am-4pm, 904-824-2310


DECEMBER 2010 1: Luminary Night at the St. Augustine Lighthouse 6-9pm 81 Lighthouse Ave on Anastasia Island 904-829-0745

FEBRUARY 2011 Feb 4-March 6: Gypsy Limelite Theatre, St. Augustine 904-825-1164

12-14: President’s Weekend

3-12: St. Johns County Festival of Trees

World Golf Hall of Fame Stl Augustine, 904-940-4123

St. Johns County Convention Center at World Golf Village, St. Augustine 904-940-4123

March 2011

4: 10 am 56th Annual St. Augustine Christmas Parade Downtown streets of St. Augustine 904-461-9518

5: 42nd Annual Christmas tour of Homes 12-5 904-826-0024

Dec. 10-Jan. 9: G.I. Holiday Juke Box

Opens April: Born to be Wild World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theater St. Augustine, 904-940-4123

29-May 22: The Good Doctor

May 2011

Sightseeing Trains Depot, St. Augustine 904-829-6545

Free Lesson Month at World Golf Village

Villa Zorayda, St. Augustine 904-829-9887

31: Beach Blast OFF (free), St. Augustine Beach Pier, 904-377-2766 (Chili cook-off, fireworks, food and drinks)

JANUARY 2011 Opens January: Ultimate Wave: Tahiti World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theater St. Augustine, 904-940-4123

8: Sords and Pontremoli Violin and Piano Flagler College Auditorium, St. Augustine, 904-797-2800

At the time of publication some event schedules were not established. Please go to www. SEE-StAugustine.com for the most current EVENT information.

April 2011

10-11: Santa’s Family Fun Holiday Village

18: Candlelight Tours of Villa Zorayda

FUTURE EVENTS

Limelight Theatre, St. Augustine 904-825-1164

Limelight Theatre, St. Augustine 904-825-1164

St. Augustine, 904-829-0079

World Golf Village Golf Courses St. Augustine, FL, 904-940-6088

25-April 10: Dead Man’s Cell Phone

Limelite Theatre, St. Augustine 904-825-1164

11: 17th Annual Tour of Bed & Breakfast Inns

Family Golf Month at World Golf Village

World Golf Village Golf Courses, St. Augustine, 904-940-6088

9: World Golf Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony World Golf Village, St. Augustine 904-940-4123

June 2011 Women’s Golf Month World Golf Village Golf Courses

See the Legacy

St. Augustine, FL, 904-940-6088

19: Fathers Day at the World Golf Hall of Fame St. Augustine, FL , 904-940-4123

July 2011 July –Aug: Harry Potter & The Deadly Hallows Pt 2 World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theater St. Augustine, FL, 904-940-4123

Explore the grandeur of the former Hotel Ponce de Leon, built in 1887 by Henry Flagler and now home to Flagler College. Take a tour of this restored gem, listed as a National Historic Landmark. Tours run daily, year round.

FLAGLER

COLLEGE

(904) 819-6400 • 74 King St. www.flagler.edu • legacy@flagler.edu

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Flagler College 74 King St., St. Augustine, 904-8196400, www.flagler.edu. Built by Henry Flagler in 1887, the former Hotel Ponce de Leon was a luxury resort for the rich and famous, alive with magnificent displays of Tiffany stained-glass windows, and is now home to Flagler College. Guided tours available daily, year-round. Call for tour times and prices. Shop: 9:30-3:30pm daily Tours: 10-2pm. AMEX, DS, MC, VISA. See our ad on page s9.

Marineland’s Dolphin Conservation Center 9600 Oceanshore Blvd., St. Augustine, 888-546-2984, www.inrm. marineland.net. Experience the thrill of swimming with dolphins at Marineland! Immerse yourself in a hands-on shallow or deep water dolphin program, create a one-ofa-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 along the pristine Atlantic coastline. See our ad on page s7.

Oldest Wooden School House Historic Museum and Gardens 14 St. George Street, St. Augustine, 904-824-0192, www. oldestwoodenschoolhouse.com. 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 our beautiful garden as you stroll our pathways to view our newest educational & archaeological exhibits. See our ad inside front cover.

Panache Aveda Lifestyle Store, Salon & Spa

1089 A1A Beach Blvd, Anastasia’s Publix Plaza, St. Augustine Beach, 904-461-9552 www.getpanache.

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com. Look and feel beautiful on the outside! Our goal is for you to be able to recreate the same look at home ensuring compliments for you every day! Shampoo, condition, spa treatments, body wraps, exfoliation and hydration of the skin. Manicure & Pedicure. Massage, hair removal and education on new products and innovative techniques. Open 7 days a week See our ad on page s6.

San Sebastian Winery

157 King St. St. Augustine, 904-8261594 www.SanSebastianWinery. com. 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 10-6pm, Sun 11-6pm. See our ad on page s11.

St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum 81 Lighthouse Ave., St. Augustines, 904-829-0745, www. staugustinelighthouse.com. Discover St. Augustine’s maritime past. Climb the 165-foot tower that is still an active aid to navigation for a spectacular view of St. Augustine and the beaches. Explore interactive exhibits and learn about the area’s shipwrecks in the keepers’ house. For their safety, children must be 44 inches tall to climb the tower. Hours: 9-6pm daily. AMEX, DS, MC, VISA See our ad on page s11.

St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum  12 Castillo Drive, St. Augustine 877-487-5863, www. thepiratemuseum.com. Journey three centuries back in the time of the Golden Age of piracy when ruthless rogues ruled the seas. Explore exhibits of real artifacts like one of only two 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. See our ad on page s5.

St. Johns MarketPlace, Inc., Flea Market & RV Park I-95 & State Road 207, Exit 311, St. Augustine, 904-824-4210. One of the last true flea markets in Florida. They have old, new, antique and unique items, plus a variety of custom services too. They also offer a used vehicle sales lot and an an eventfield. Free parking and free admission. Wheelchairs available. ATM on premises. Open(rain or shine): Sat-Sun 8-4pm RV Park open daily: 8-10:30am and 1:30-6pm. See our ad on page s11.

World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX® Theater At World Golf Village St. Augustine, 904-940-IMAX, www.worldgolfmax.com, Traditional educational movies and Hollywood blockbusters shown throughout the year. Call or visit website for schedule and hours. Call or visit website for schedule and hours. See our ad on page s6.

World Golf Hall of Fame

At World Golf Village St. Augustine, 904-940-4123 www.wghof.org. Guests will enjoy the history of the golf told through exhibits containing thousands of artifacts from the Hall’s members. Plan 3 hours for your visit. Hours Mon-Sun 10-6PM, Sun noon-6pm See our ad on page s6.


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An afternoon of shopping in the Old City makes you

feel like a time traveler, and even better, you have access to the latest trends in apparel, jewelry and chic accessories.

The historic district of St. Augustine is more like a

giant department store, only there are streets with shops instead of aisles. Wherever you ramble you’re never far from a café where you can relax and have lunch or a sweet dessert.

This is a remarkable place to shop for old maps,

French and English antiques, nautical artifacts, books, collectibles and vintage linens. Specialty shops also carry an excellent assortment of precious gem jewelry and distinctive home furnishings.

On St. George Street some old houses have quaint

second stories that extend out over the street. Now they are shops and restaurants, and it’s a pleasure to explore them because there’s no auto traffic on this pedestrian friendly street. The oldest locally owned clothing store, H.W. Davis Co., has been open since 1894. It offers select ladies’ and men’s sportswear, quality shoes and accessories with brand names you will recognize. “Early Morning Exercise”

Within walking distance are many galleries displaying

sculpture, photography, paintings celebrating sublime Florida landscapes and cutting edge works by emerging artists. And if you find a special purchase to remember your trip by, many of our shops will ship it home for you.

The oldest byway in the city, Aviles Street, is a treasure that inspired a sister city agreement to promote

cultural ties with Avila, Spain. Sidewalks have room for café tables and benches and a stroll down the newly renovated bricked street passes boutiques, art galleries, a wine bar and the Historical Library.

Beyond the city, the full spectrum of charming seaside boutiques is waiting to be discovered. The new

Island Beachwear store offers the latest fashions in swim suits, sun dresses and well known designer clothing for everyone in the family. The St. John’s Flea Market is a true, old fashioned open-air flea market where you never know when you will stumble upon a real treasure. For those who love to shop for designer labels at bargain prices, an upscale outlet mall is a short drive away.

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H.W. Davis Co. Clothing & Shoes

152 St. George St, St. Augustine, 904-829-3742. As the city’s oldest locally owned clothing store, H.W. Davis Co. Clothing & Shoes has been offering better quality ladies and men’s sportswear, shoes and accessories since 1894. Brand names include Brighton, Vera Bradley, Tori Richard, Tommy Bahama and Sebago. Their friendly staff will help you find exactly what you need. See our ad on page d15

Island Beachwear

480 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Augustine 904-460-9449, www. IslandBeachwearStAugustine.com. Come visit us for a large selection of the latest ladies fashions, sun dresses and beach cover-ups. We sell Guy Harvey for men, women and kids and offer a select of GATOR, SEMINOLE and BULLDOG merchandise for all the fans. Sandals, beach toys, sunglasses, swimwear, souvenirs, beach towels, shells, hats, boogie board…..this list goes on and on. 10,000 square feet of shopping for all your beach supplies. Open: Mon-Sun 9-10pm. See our ad on page d15

San Sebastian Winery

H. W. DAVIS CO. CLOTHING & SHOES

157 King St. St. Augustine, 904-8261594 www.SanSebastianWinery. com. 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 10-6pm, Sun 11-6pm. See our ad on page s11.

LADIES BOUTIQUE (904) 829-3742 MEN’S STORE (904) 824-8876 152 ST. GEORGE STREET • HISTORIC DOWNTOWN www.SEE-StAugustine.com

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When shadows begin to stretch across the sand and

“Healthy Lunch”

casts shadows on aged brick walls, a porch on a well

lights on the quaint streets of the Old City come on, it’s

preserved old house, a deck overlooking the water,

time to think about where to dine. Dining options are

an elegant hotel dining room furnished with a nod to

endless here, from a late night supper of grilled grouper

the gilded tastes of Henry Flagler, or the veranda of a

paired with a fine French wine to lightly battered, crispy

Victorian house surrounded by a garden with a cascading

shrimp served at a beach pub and washed down with a

fountain. It’s all nearby for your dining pleasure.

frosty mug of draft beer. Seafood fresh from Florida waters and served as you

Whatever your personal taste in dining, Spanish, Italian, continental cuisine or edgy Asian fusion you’ll love

like it is always a good choice, especially when served

our restaurants. We also have classic favorites including

with locally grown vegetables and fruits.

sizzling steak and slow smoked Southern barbeque.

Restaurants with umbrella shaded tables and views

But if you prefer a selection of small plates, check out

of the surf or a sunny marina on the river are always

the weekend jazz bar at the Cellar Upstairs on the roof of

winners. At casual eateries, toss down oysters on the half

the San Sebastian Winery. You can nibble and listen to the

shell or peel and dip shrimp in a seasoned sauce while a

music while the lights of the city come on below.

island-styled band entertains you. The St. Augustine area’s innovative dining

At evening’s end treat yourself to dessert: a rich, chocolaty concoction, velvety ice cream, or a tangy slice

establishments have accomplished chefs known for the

of key lime pie. You deserve a heavenly indulgence when

freestyle imagination of their dishes. Most also have

on vacation!

outstanding settings: an historic cellar where candlelight

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SIDNEY’S CIGAR BAR

The hippest place in St. Augustine! Fine Cigars • Specialty Martinis • Wine, Beers and Cocktails Live Music Nightly 8:30-12:30 p.m. • Artists at Work • Art Exhibits

904.823.3367

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Daytona’s Favorite Waterfront Restaurant and Bar

Experience our new menu selections and refreshing specialty drinks. • Live Entertainment Nightly • Great Food and Boat Drinks • Indoor and Outdoor Seating • Free Valet Parking Open 7 Days a Week 721 Ballough Road • Daytona Beach 386-523-3000 CaribbeanJacks.com

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Caribbean Jack’s Menu Appetizers

Jack’s Famous Fish

Desserts

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

Your choice of: Ahi Tuna, Atlantic Salmon, Longfin Tilapia, Mahi-Mahi, Grouper – Grilled or Blackened with your choice of sauce Savory Seafood Basket Macadamia Grouper

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

Steaks & Chicken

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

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

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

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

Specialties

Specialty Drinks

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

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

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U.S. Highway

Point of Interest

State Highway

Tennis Courts

Interstate Highway

Post Office

4 Lane or Major Thoroughfare

Airport

Ormond Towne Square

St.

Jackie Robinson Ball Park

Riverview Blvd

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Ocean Walk Shoppes

Earl St Ocean Center

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N Oleander Av

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Halifax River

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Main St Bridge

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Fountain Square Shops

Beach St.

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Josie Rodgers House

USTA Florid HQ.

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daytona beach,

“River Bridge”

ormond beach, daytona beach shores

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&new smyrna beach

From the moment the sun’s rays start to warm the

explore the hot spots and the best places

beach in the morning, the salt air begins to

to shop. We welcome one and all, and every

work its magic. It’s your wakeup call to breathe

year many of our visitors return, which proves

in the beauty.

just why this area is one of America’s favorite

For many people the best time to walk, jog, bicycle or fish is in the morning when the sun glints off the

vacation destinations. You will find our tips on playing in the sun

crest of the waves. But there are plenty of things to

will help you find the best that Florida offers. Nature

do all day in Ormond Beach Daytona Beach Shores,

preserves for quiet reflection, fascinating museums,

New Smyrna Beach, Ponce Inlet or anywhere in the

historic homes and landmarks are all close by.

Daytona Beach area. In our seaside neighborhoods, many unique shops

When the historic coquina clock tower, located on the boardwalk north of the Main Street Pier,

and galleries are within walking distance.

was built in 1938, visitors came for the sun. The

And there’s always a local cafe where you can rest and

automobile race drivers had already set land speed

grab a meal on a sun-kissed deck with a great view. If

records on our beaches. Today the Daytona Beach

you crave thrills, try skim boarding in the surf, stand-

area, “the world’s most famous beach,” attracts

up paddle boarding on calm waters, or go all out and

nearly 8 million visitors.

try para sailing on the Intracoastal waterway. Whether you’re here on a golf outing, a fishing trip or just enjoying being on vacation, we’ll help you

The living is easy here, so unwind with us and take home the best souvenir of all – unforgettable memories. www.SEE-DaytonaBeach.com

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activities

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After a session on the sundeck by the pool, when the

ocean breezes have melted away the distractions of a techno driven life, you’re ready to get out there and see the sights.

Vacationers have many choices of things to do in

the Daytona Beach area, including tennis, golf and fishing, plus excursions to landmarks in neighborhoods new to you. Surfing, sailing and other types of water sports now include the latest trend, stand-up paddle boarding on calm waters for a close-up view of gentle sea creatures.

Whether you’re here on a golf outing or romantic

honeymoon, there’s a lot to see in Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Ponce Inlet and the entire Daytona Beach area.

We encourage you to mix it up. Don’t miss the Daytona

“Tennis Anyone” International Speedway or a spin around a go kart track. But

while you are making plans, indulge in a few hours at a plush spa and try one of the world-class golf courses that make Daytona Beach one of the top golf destinations in the world.

Famous golf courses designed by the legends of the sport also offer great pro shops and workshops for

every skill level. Both courses at LPGA International are highly rated for their playability and outstanding natural settings. Golf aficionados will find more than 25 courses within 30 minutes of the beach; your hotel can usually arrange tee times for you.

Fishing on the Halifax River and the Atlantic Ocean can be customized for easy going trips or challenging

excursions. Fishing on the Intracoastal waterway is a trip everyone in the family will enjoy, but for more excitement try a deep sea charter for blue marlin and yellowfin tuna.

Sometimes a vacation’s defining moment of happiness makes you wish you could seal it in a bottle to

enjoy another time. On this trip you might bring a notebook to keep a journal of your experiences. Others take photos or use watercolor pencils to draw a scene. However you choose to record your memories, revisiting that peak moment will lift your spirits long after you’ve arrived home.

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LPGA International is Open to the Public

Great Golf

Great Food

at a Great Value

Ask about our

Preferred Catering Packages

Join us for

Fine Dining at a Great Value

Enjoy our

Spectacular Venues for events

1000 Champions Drive, Daytona Beach, FL 32124 (386) 274-5742 ď Ź proshop@lpgainternational.com Lpgainternational.com www.SEE-DaytonaBeach.com

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halifax historical museum

This local gem is located on Beach Street, Daytona Beach’s original commercial district on the mainland side of the Halifax River. It is worth the trip just to see the 1912 neoclassical architecture of its home, a former bank. A mural of Old Florida wildlife graces one wall, a stained-glass ceiling gives the place a sunlit glow, and a historic race car exhibit previews the racing season. The eclectic collection includes household items from the Spanish and British periods, plantation artifacts, tools, thousands of historic photographs and memorabilia of famous entrepreneurs and, naturally, model cars. Saturday kids are free. Gift shop admission is free.

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Magic memories of the beach remain locked inside your mind long after the sound of the ocean’s siren songs have ended. Hold onto those memories through the magic of professional photography––and keep them nearby and visible for a lifetime. Call a photographer who understands the beach life and cares about your dreams.

TONY

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Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory

154 South Beach Street Daytona Beach, 386-252-6531 www.AngellAndPhelps.com. It’s a sweet day at Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory. Visit us today for your free tour and sample. Each chocolate is handmade using only the finest and freshest ingredients and we now specialize in delightful gourmet coffee. Ship your purchase, and it will be home waiting for you. Open M-F 9:30am5:30pm, Sat 9:30am-5pm. Tours M-F 10-11am, 1-2pm and 3-4pm See our ad on page d18.

LPGA International LPGA International 1000 Champions Dr, Daytona Beach, 386-274-5742, www.lpgainternational.com Two challenging 18-hole courses Champions, by Rees Jones, at

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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.

A National Historic Landmark, it is one of the best-preserved and most complete light stations in the nation. Open daily at 10am.

See our ad on page d7.

1835 East Spruce Creek Blvd., Port Orange, FL 32128, Ph/Fx 386-788-3999, Cell. 386.290.0976, http://www.tonygiese.com. 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 8am - 6pm.

Marine Science Center 100 Lighthouse Dr., Ponce Inlet, 386-304-5545, www.marinesciencecenter.com “An environmental odyssey.” Offers exhibit gallery, observation tower, nature trails, aquariums and the rehabilitation of sea birds and turtles. Open Tue-Sat 10am-4pm. See our ad on page d11.

Ponce Inlet Lighthouse & Museum 4931 S. Peninsula Dr., Ponce Inlet 386-761-1821, www.ponceinlet.org This 175-foot lighthouse, the tallest in Florida, was completed in 1887.

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Tony Giese Photography

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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.:

ONGOING

NOVEMBER 2010

Every Thursday 8-1pm: Ormond Beach Farmers Market

Nov. 4-14: Volusia County

Rockefeller Gardens, Ormond Beach, 386-451-2138

4th Friday’s In Artisan Alley: 6-9pm Artisan Alley, DeLand www.lovemynest.com, 386-450-0200

Fair & Youth Show, Volusia County Fairgrounds, DeLand, 386-734-9514, www.HalifaxArtFestival.com

6-7: Halifax Art Festival Historic Downtown Riverfront Park on Beach Street, Daytona Beach, 386-441-2776, www.HalifaxArtFestival.com

1st Saturday Gallery Walk:

6: 10th Annual DeLand Original Music Festival,

Downtown Art District, New Smyrna Beach www.Clay-Gallery.com, 386-427-2903

Downtown DeLand, 1pm 386-308-2694

6: Legally Blonde Broadway Show

4th Saturday 10-5pm: Art Walk on Flagler

Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 7:30pm 386-671-3462

Flagler Ave New Smyrna Beach 386-409-0402

through Jan 9, 2011: Woof! Art of the Dog Exhibit Museum of Arts & Sciences, Daytona Beach, 386-255-0285

Jan 22 - MAY 29, 2011: Springs and Swamps Karen Glaser, Lorna Bieber Southeast Museum of Photography

Apr - Sept: 2011: Daytona Cubs @ Jackie Robinson Ballpark Florida State League Games, Daytona Beach, 386-506-4475

OCTOBER 2010 14-17: Biketoberfest® locations throughout Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, DeLand and New Smyrna Beach, 386-255-0415, (ext. 117), www.biketoberfest.com

22-24: Daytona Beach Dream Cruise locations throughout Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, DeLand and New Smyrna Beach, 866-880-3747

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11-14: 2010 Greek Festival

4: Christmas Parade Flagler Ave, New Smyrna Beach Downtown to Riverside Park 386-428-1770

10: “An Evening With Judy Collins” Holiday & Hits Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 7:30pm 386-671-3462

17- Opening of the Pirates Adventure Exhibit Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach 386-255-0285

19: A Christmas Carol Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 3pm, 386-671-3460

16: Classic Irish Christmas, Flagler Auditorium, Palm Coast, 3pm, 386-437-7547

St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, Daytona Beach, (386) 252-6023

8: Cirque D’Or

19: BLUZMEN – Blues Brothers Tribute

14-30: Funny Money,

Flagler Auditorium, Palm Coast, 7:30 PM, 386-437-7547

20-21: DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts Downtown Deland, 386-738-5706

20-21: RiverFest at Rockefeller Gardens, Fortunato Park, Ormond Beach, 386-451-2128

Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 7:30pm, 386-671-3462 The Little Theatre, New Smyrna Beach, 386-423-1246

23: Michael Bolten: One World One Love Tour Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 7pm, 386-671-3462

29-30: Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, 800-PIT-SHOP

25-28: Turkey Run Car Show,

29-30: IMAGES - A Festival of the Arts

Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, 8am-4pm 386-255-7355

FEBRUARY 2011

DECEMBER 2010 1-31: Lighting up the Harbor, Inlet Harbor Restaurant, Ponce Inlet, 386-767-5590

4: The Nutcracker Ballet, Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 2pm and 7pm, 386-253-2901

New Smyrna Beach, 386-423-4733

5: 101 Years of Broadway, Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 8pm, 386-671-3462

9: The Pink Floyd Experience Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 7:30pm 386-671-3462


12-20, Speed Weeks

8-17: Foxfire,

Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, 386-253-7223

The Little Theatre, New Smyrna Beach, 386-423-1246

15: Music Man Broadway show 11: Duck for President Flagler Auditorium, Palm Coast 7:30pm, 386-437-7547

Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 386-671-3462

JUNE 2011 June 30- July 2: Coke Zero 400 Daytona Int’l Speedway, 386-253-7223

JULY 2011

4: Independence 12: An Evening with Frankie Avalon Day celebrations, 16: Tim Conway & Friends Show Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, Flagler Auditorium, Palm Coast, 7:30pm, 386-437-7547 7pm, 386-671-3462

20: 53rd Annual Daytona 500, Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, 800-PIT-SHOP

March 2011 4-13: Bike Week, 70th Anniversary locations throughout Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, DeLand and New Smyrna Beach, 386-255-0981

12: Daytona 200 Daytona Int’l Speedway, 386-253-7223

18-20: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Weekend sites throughout Daytona Beach 386-671-3421

19: Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly”

17-18: ShrimpFest,

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

Inlet Harbor Restaurant, Ponce Inlet, 386-767-5590

OCTOBER 2011

Peabody Auditorium, 8pm Daytona Beach, 386-671-3462

Daytona Beach Area CVB, 386-255-0415, www.biketoberfest.com

23: A Chorus Line (Broadway Show) 13-16: Biketoberfest®

MAY 2011 5: Cinco de Harbor, Inlet Harbor Restaurant, Ponce Inlet, 386-767-5590

11-29: Blithe Spirit The Little Theatre New Smyrna Beach, 386-423-1246

17: Chubby Checker and the Wildcats - Twist the Night Away! Flagler Auditorium, Palm Coast, 386-437-7547

NOVEMBER 2011 5 & 6: Halifax Art Festival 386-255-0285, www.Halifaxartfestival.com

24-27: Turkey Run Car Show Daytona International Speedway, 386-255-7355

FUTURE EVENTS

Go to www.SEE-DaytonaBeach.com for the most current EVENT information. More on d22 & d25.

Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 7pm, 386-671-3462

22: Engelbert Humperdinck Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 7pm, 386-671-3462

24: New Shanghai Circus Flagler Auditorium, Palm Coast, 7:30pm, 386-437-7547

25-27: Spring Car Show & Swap Meet, Daytona International Speedway, 386-255-7355

30: Grease (Broadway Show) Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 386-671-3462

APRIL 2011 7-10 National Cheerleader Association National Championships Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, 386-671-3462

8-10: 3rd Annual Seaside Balloon & Sky Fest New Smyrna Beach Airport, (386) 428-1600

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shopping S

in the daytona beach area Shopping for trinkets or treasures is always satisfying in

the Daytona Beach area, especially if you’re browsing for gifts to take home. If you are in the mood for a makeover, shop for resort casual outfits that personify Daytona’s coastal lifestyle. Fashionistas establish the tropical look with a serene pallet of soft colors in natural blends that are supple and easy to wear. Sometimes tropical beaded jewelry and sandals make all the difference. Artsy Abode in the Volusia Mall achieves the Florida look with accessories like collectible jewelry, quilted handbags, and other accessories with pizzazz. In friendly seaside neighborhoods you’ll find beach gear, gifts, artsy clothing, whimsies and collectibles. Art galleries offer paintings that celebrate tranquil Florida landscapes and cutting edge works by emerging artists. And there’s always a cafe nearby where you can catch your breath and enjoy lunch. In historic downtown Daytona Beach, 1930s Art Deco and mid 20th Century buildings enhance your shopping “Window Shopping”

experience. Start with the shop offering decorator’s accent pieces

and seaside gifts. Take your time in the eclectic antique store that’s more like a mall, and don’t miss the shoe boutique or the fine jewelry store that has been fulfilling dreams since 1931.

As a reward, take a free guided tour at Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory, a city landmark since 1925, and

enjoy a scrumptious chocolate tasting afterward. If you love to shop for designer labels with bargain prices, the mall is just a short drive away.

Traveling in West Volusia, NEST is a store that sells re-purposed, painted furniture and local artwork in a

warehouse loft with an urban feel. Shop, enjoy the wine bar and sip artisan beer while you contemplate your purchase.

South in Daytona Beach Shores, Pearl’s International, family operated since 1967, can update your wardrobe

with a signature look using artfully designed pearls that go with any outfit, casual to cocktail.

Shopping is a wonderful way to take back memories, and if you find a special treasure, many shops will ship

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Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory

154 South Beach Street, Daytona Beach, 386-252-6531, www. AngellAndPhelps.com. It’s a sweet day at Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory. Visit us today for your free tour and sample. Each chocolateis handmade using only the finest and freshest ingredients and we now specialize in delightful gourmet coffee. Ship your purchase, and it will be home waiting for you. Open: Mon - Fri 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Sat: 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tours Mon-Fri, 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2p.m., 3p.m. and 4p.m. See our ad on page d18.

Artsy Abode 1700 W International Speedway, Daytona Beach, FL 32114-1387, 386-238-0509, www.artsyabode. com. Unique gifts for every occasion, located in the Volusia Mall off International Speedway Dr--across from the Speedway! Jewelry, Art, Home Décor; furniture, mirrors, lighting and more. This adorable boutique is a Pandora dealer with the entire selection of beads on hand, plus a large selection of Life is Good products and Fresh Produce sportswear. See our ad on inside front cover and page d15.

Beach Street Shoe Boutique 228 S. Beach St, Daytona Beach, 386-258-7666. Unique collection of European comfort shoes with a flair. Large selection of Florida friendly sandals, all prices. Rieker Antistress travel shoes, LaPlume, DeZario, Onesole, Haflinger, Hushpuppies, Okab and Springstep. Handbags and San Diego Hats. Located in beautiful historic downtown Daytona. Open Mon-Fri 10a.m.-5p.m., Sat 10a.m.-3p.m. Shipping Available. See our ad on d19.

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Jessup’s of Daytona

Ocean Club Sportswear

100 S. Beach St., Historic Daytona Beach, 386-252-8257, www. jessupsofdaytona.com. Come see where the smart locals shop for their gold, diamonds and jewelry-Jessup’s since 1931. That’s 79 years! Voted best around 18 years in a row for service, selection and price. Estate diamonds to 5 + carats, gold and platinum. A truly unique store with the largest jewelry inventory in Daytona Beach at below wholesale prices. We huarantee it!

403 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, 386-253-0105. For the best swimwear selection in town including Guess, Body Glove, Sauvage, Malibu, Playboy and more. Carries all your vacation needs from boogie boards, towels and beach shoes to all the best gifts to take home.

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Maui Nix 635 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, additional locations in Ocean Walk Shoppes and Volusia Mall, 386-253-1234. 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. See our ad on page d1.

NEST 104 S. Artisan Alley, DeLand. 407-467-7946, www.lovemynest. com. Funky and hip retail shop, specializing in an eclectic mix of repurposed, hand painted and faux finished furniture, and a large collection of unique giftware and art. Most all one of a kind. Open: Tue-Thur 11-7pm, Fri 11-10pm, Sat 12-5pm. See our ad on the inside back cover.

Nicole’s Beachstreet Mall 140 N. Beach Street, 386-2523033,www.beachstreetmall.com. Something for every generation, over14,000 sq. ft of antiques, collectibles,Paintings & prints, Jewelry, furniture,glassware, silver, coins, gift items,china and more. Located on Beach St. across from the News Journal Center. Parking in the front and back of the building. Open: Mon-Sat 10-5pm, Sun 11-4pm. See our ad on page d19.

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Pearls International 3114 S. Atlantic Avenue (A1A), Daytona Beach Shores, 386-767-3473, www. pearlsinternational.com. 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 10-7pm. See our ad on d13.

Stacey Lipton Interiors 110 W. Int’l. Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, 386-255-3701 www.StaceyLiptonInteriors.com. Visit today for a perfect gift or memento of your Florida seaside vacation. With over 25 years in design, Stacey Lipton’s premier store and personable staff continues to let customers be delighted with their unique selections. Located in the heart of the historic district, just west of the Halifax River. Open: Mon-Fri 10:30-6pm Sat 10-4pm. See our ad on page d19.


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the second oldest colony in the state after St. Augustine) and

famously free of heavy traffic and without the crowds

the chance to experience nature up close.

you came to escape. Free-spirited artists have always

gravitated to this tight knit Old Florida community. For

Downtown on the mainland, the Clay Gallery on Riverside

those shopping for something to take home, this is a town

Drive offers a selection of unique paintings, jewelry and art

known for art and handcrafted collectibles.

objects in pottery, wood and glass.

Flagler Avenue merchants have preserved historic

To say the lifestyle is artsy is an understatement.

Florida artists’ work and collectibles can also

buildings that give the place a bohemian atmosphere.

be found nearby at Arts on Douglas Fine Art, a unique

A patchwork of colorfully painted shops, galleries and

commercial art gallery located in a district that is a time

eateries offer unique browsing along the five-block “main

machine of old-style buildings. The Atlantic Center of the

drag” from ocean to river.

Arts at Harris House is a community center and art gallery

in a historic Lutheran parsonage that holds exhibitions of

The beachside of town is bordered by 13 miles

of pristine, powder sand, natural dunes and low-rise

works by prominent Florida artists.

dwellings. It’s connected to the mainland by only two

causeways, and to the south it’s protected by the pristine

and seafood are also reasons to take a trip to New Smyrna

beaches of the Canaveral National Seashore.

Beach. While you’re there, take a tip from the locals, you can

always rely on the Grille at Riverview for comfortable, casual

New Smyrna is the perfect place to go if you like

activities like excellent backwater and offshore fishing, the ruins of the Turnbull Plantation established in 1767 (it’s

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calendar of events ONGOING

November 2010

Gallery Walk

8-13: All Day Canaveral Seashore Plein Air Paintout

Downtown Art District 1st Sat of each month 4-7pm www.clay-gallery.com 386-427-2903

Art Walk on Historic Flagler Ave

13-14: 9-5pm Flamingo Follies

4th Saturday of each month www.flaglergallerygroup.com 386-428-1770

Historic Flagler Ave www.flaglerave.com, 1-800-541-9621

Farmers Market

26- Dec 12: Christmas on Canal Street

Canal Street, Every Saturday 9-1pm www.canalstreetnsb.com 1-800-541-9621

Canal Street Downtown, www.christmasoncanalstreet.com 1-800-541-9621

October 2010

December 2010

16: Chili & Chaps Chili Cook-off

2-4 Norwood’s 15th Annual Wine Festival

Historic Flagler Ave www.flaglerave.com

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Canaveral National Seashore www.canaveralseashorepaintout.org 386-438-6151

www.norwoods.com, 386-428-4621

31: Halloween Creepy Crawl

4: Light Up Flagler

Historic Flagler Ave www.flaglerave.com, 1-800-541-9621

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213 Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, 386-427-8800, http:// AdvancedBeautyCareDaySpa. com. Since 1980, Mary with Advanced Beauty Care Day Spa opened the first day spa in the area. With over 30 years of experience they will pamper you with the latest treatments, products and services. The professional staff know skin care, make-up, massage, manicure and pedicure to perfection. Call today for your appointment and prepare to relax. See our ad on d23.

Go Fish Clothing & Jewelry Co.

311 Flagler Ave #105, New Smyrna Beach, 386-423-4787 http:// newsmyrnabeach.gofishretail. com. Trading with fairness and integrity since 1987. Playful clothing styles meet colorful prints for one of a kind fashions. Accessories in an eclectic mix of merchandise from around the world. Home accessories from many talented artists – each piece made by hand exclusively for Go Fish. Rediscover the art of hand-made. Open: 10am Mon-Sat Closed Sun. See our ad on page d23.

Gone Bonkers 314 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, 386-427-2256, www.gonebonkers.com. Caters to a casual lifestyle, leans toward the fun and unique. Features Fresh Produce clothing, casual cotton wear in kids adults and plus sizes. Offers Birkenstock shoes for fashion and comfort and many one-of-akind clothing and gift items from all over the world. Personal service and free gift wrap. Call toll free at 877-426-4065. Shipping available. Open: Seven days 10-5pm. See our ad on page d23.

Island Images Clothing 376 Flagler Ave, New Smyrna Beach, 386-423-1441, www. IslandImagesClothing.com.

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Island Images knows the Florida lifestyle and carries a unique line of resort wear, accessories and gifts that will compliment your island attitude while on vacation. Whether you are a local or a visitor they want you to be comfortable in their casual designs. Sportswear for men women & children, including swimwear. Open: Mon-Thur 105PM  Fri-Sat 10-6pm Sun 12-6pm. See our ad on page d21.

TaDa Gallery & Gift Shop

113 Flagler Avenue, NSB, 386-428-1770 www.tadagallery. com. Ta Da Gallery, the best little shop on Flagler, representing 50 New Smyrna Beach artists. We feature local pottery, shell sculpture, watercolors, acrylics, photography, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, night lights, painted furniture, tide clocks, embellished flatware. Unique giftware for the discriminating shopper. Shipping available. Open: Mon-Sat 10-5pm See our ad on page d23.

The Clay Gallery 302 S. Riverside Drive, New Smyrna Beach, 386-427-2903, www.clay-gallery.com. A unique gallery nestled in a tropical garden across from the intracoastal waterway in the NSB Downtown Art District. Features

and sells the works of over 60 local and national artists who specialize in pottery, jewelry, glass, wood and painting. Open: Mon-Sat 10-5pm. See our ad on page d25.

The Grille at Riverview

101 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, 386-428-1865, www. TheGrilleAtRiverview.com . Discover simply great food in a spectacular waterfront setting located in NSB on the Intracoastal. Relax on the Key West style deck watching the dolphins play as the sun sets over the river. The Grille is sure to become your favorite beachside restaurant for delicious Lunch, Sunday Brunch, Sunset Menu & Dinners. Full bar. Party rooms available. See our ad on page d21.

Sue Who?

504 Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, 386-428-9002. Recommended by “Shopaholics Digest” for those who love to be noticed! This chic boutique offers exclusive affordable designs, artfully created and tastefully detailed with Swarovski crystals. Trendy clothing and a large endless selection of fashion jewelry and accessories will give you a style to call your own. Open: Every day 10-5pm. See our ad on page d23.

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January 2011 29-30: 9-5pm Images A Festival of the Arts Riverside Park, New Smyrna Beach www.imagesartfestival.org 386-423-4733

February 2011 26-27: 9 – 5 pm 49th Annual Art Fiesta

End of Flagler Ave on the Beach http://www.southstarproductions. net/Reggae-Event.html, 800-541-9621

ART IS FOOD FOR THE SOUL COME & GET IT!

June 2011 16: 5-9 23rd Annual Seaside Fiesta Historic Flagler Ave www.flaglerave.com, 800-541-9621

Old Fort Park & Sams Ave New Smyrna Beach, www.canalstreetnsb.com 800-541-9621

August 2011

March 2011

Historic Flagler Ave www.flaglerave.com, 800-541-9621

18: 5-9 4th Annual Shrimp & Seafood Fest

Historic Flagler Ave, www.flaglerave.com 800-541-9621

September 2011

April 2011

23-25: 11th Annual Jazz Fest

Come on over and enjoy the fine American crafts at the Clay Gallery. We represent over 60 artists, including skilled potters, glass work, sculptors, painters and more.

Historic Flagler Ave www. newsmyrnabeachjazzfestival. com, 800-541-9621

The tropical garden is available for your special occassion.

October 2011

Check it out today!

8: 7 pm Mardi Gras Parade

21: 4-9 pm New Smyrna Beach Food Festival Historic Flagler Ave www.flaglerave.com, 800-541-9621

May 2011 7-8: 10 am Sun Surf Skate Reggae Fest

31: 8pm Halloween Creepy Crawl Historic Flagler Ave www.flaglerave.com, 800-541-9621

Open: 10:00 - 5:00 PM Mon-Sat 302 S. Riverside Drive 386.427.2903 • clay-gallery.com

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Taste buds go on flavor patrol for cuisine that’s

beyond the ordinary when you are on vacation. Not necessarily for the exotic, but for gratifying food. And you want it served in friendly surroundings. Sometimes that’s a view of a marina, a lively street scene or breakers rolling on the beach. Dining options in the Daytona area include everything from candlelit tables in sophisticated settings to dockside grills where the ever popular fish sandwich is served in a basket. Even when dr , oysters and clams are as healthy as they are delicious. Southern cooking is always appreciated here and slow-cooked barbeque satisfies the appetites of almost everyone. But for a sense of adventure, dine in a restaurant offering cuisine with roots in “Lunch with the Girls”

Caribbean, Asian, Mediterranean, Spanish and

French cultures. Our skilled chefs take pride in using fresh vegetables, herbs and savory ingredients that transform a meal into a treasured vacation memory. A good dinner leaves one with a sense of comfort, especially after an active day filled with outdoor diversions. At night you may be inspired to take a leisurely walk on the boardwalk or the beach. A walk is a perfect excuse to have an ice cream cone, hand-dipped chocolate or a slice of key lime pie as the stars come out.

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Get a Taste of Racing History! STOP BY AND HAVE A DRINK WITH OUR LIVING LEGENDS

You never know when one of racing’s living legends will stop in for a burger – and they love to sign autographs so...say ‘hello’ as you enjoy one of our famous Tropical Drinks! Racing’s North Turn sits on the exact location where racing history began in Daytona Beach. The races took place right on the beach from 1936 to 1958, before they moved to the brand-new super speedway.

Experience our newly renovated deck & music venue • Fresh Seafood & Raw Bar • Casual Oceanfront Dining • Full Bar with 14 Choices of Draft Beer • Spectacular Views • Dine outside on our 5000 sq. ft. All-Weather deck where smoking is permitted or dine inside our non-smoking air conditioned dining room

4511 S. Atlantic Ave. Ponce Inlet, Florida

386-322-3258

Visit us on the web at racingsnorthturn.com Directions: From Daytona Beach, take A1A south to Ponce Inlet…Only 3.2 miles south of the Dunlawton Bridge.

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Under The Sea Seared Sesame Ahi Tuna Pan Seared, thin sliced Ahi Tuna rolled in Black & White Sesame Seeds. Drizzled with a Cucumber Wasabi Sauce. Peel & Eat Shrimp Spicy or Plain, Steamed or Chilled. Alaskan Snow Crab Legs Served by the Pound with Drawn Butter. Oysters Freshly Harvested, Raw or Steamed Oysters on the 1/2 shell, Served by the Dozen w/ Drawn Butter & Cocktail Sauce. Clams Raw or Steamed on the 1/2 Shell, Served by the Dozen w/ Drawn Butter. Bacon Wrapped Sea Scallops Lightly Breaded & Golden Fried. Served with Horseradish Dijon.

C lam or Mussel Special Served in a Homemade White Wine & Garlic Sauce. Add a slice of Garlic Bread $1.25. Smoke d Fish Dip A Homemade Blend of Cream Cheese, fresh Vegetables, & Smoked Fish served with Cafe Crackers. Crab Dip A House Blend of Crab Meat, Cream Cheese, Garlic, Parmesan Cheese, and Spices Served w/ Tri- Colored Tortilla Chips. Super Charged Shrimp 8 Lightly Breaded Shrimp, Deep Fried and tossed in a Creamy Sauce with a Kick. Deep Fried Calamari Tender Calamari Rings & Tentacles Flash Fried and served w/ Marinara and Caribbean Mojo Sauce.

Backstretch Sandwiches Build Your Own 1/2 lb. Burger Add .75 for each additional item: American, Provolone, Swiss, Bacon or Mushrooms. Crew Chief Chicken Sandwich Grilled Chicken topped w/ Caesar Dressing, Roasted Red Peppers and Provolone Cheese on Grilled Sourdough Bread. Speedway Club Grilled Ham & Turkey topped w/ Swiss Cheese, Lettuce and Tomato, served on Toasted Sourdough Bread. Add bacon for .75. Short Track Shrimp Sandwich Grilled or Fried Shrimp topped w/ Lettuce, Tomato, Onion and a Zesty Tartar. Served on a Hoagie Roll. “ Ray Fox ” Shrimp Salad Sandwich Creamy blend of Shrimp, Celery & Onions. Served on a toasted Kaiser Roll. “ Russ Truelove” Prime Rib Sandwich Slow Roasted & Seasoned Prime Rib. Served on a Kaiser Roll w/ a Pickle.

North Turn Fish Reuben Fried Fish served on Rye w/ Slaw, Provolone & Thousand Island Dressing. “ Mad Marion ” Melt Grilled or Blackened Fish topped w/ Provolone & Grilled Onions on Rye. Fish Tacos 3 Soft Tortillas stuffed w/ Mahi, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, and Cilantro then drizzled w/ a Zesty Tartar Sauce. Crab Cake Sandwich One Homemade Crab Cake Seasoned and Grilled served on a Kaiser Roll topped w/ Texas Petal Sauce & a Pickle. C up Series Cuban Slow Roasted Pork, Sliced Ham, Swiss Cheese, Pickles, and Spicy Mustard, Pressed on the Grill. Spicy Chipotle Chicken Wrap Grilled Chicken Breast sliced & served w/ Lettuce, Tomato, Roasted Red Peppers & a Spicy Chipotle Mayo Dressing. Rolled in a Garlic & Herb Wrap. “ Vicki Wood ” Cheese Steak Wrap Thinly Sliced Grilled Sirloin topped w/ Mushrooms, Onions, & Melted Provolone Cheese, Lettuce and Tomato rolled in a Garlic & Herb Wrap.

The Beach Side Course Catch of the Day Ask your Server. Fried Shrimp Breaded to order & Golden Fried. Drivers Fried Combo A generous portion of Fried Fish, Shrimp, & Clam Strips. Fried Clam Strip Dinner Golden Fried & Served w/ choice of Cocktail or Tartar Sauce. North Turn C rab Ca kes 2 Homemade Crab Cakes Seasoned & Grilled. Topped w/ Texas Petal & Sauce served w/ a Pineapple Salsa. The Extravaganza (D inner for Two) Broiled Fish, Spicy Steamed Shrimp, Mussels, Clams, Oysters & Snow Crab Legs. Includes two sides per person.

Pan Seared Jumbo Scallops Seasoned Jumbo Scallops, Pan seared & served w/ mashed Potatoes & a Bacon-Cabbage Hash. Lobster Ravioli Sauteed in a Scotch Whiskey Sauce. Add Sauteed Shrimp, Scallops, or Chicken for $3.95. Che f ’ s Pasta Special Diced Ham & Bacon Sauteed w/ Garlic & Broccoli tossed w/ Penne Pasta & a light Cream Sauce. Add Sauteed Shrimp, Scallops, or Chicken . Served w/ your choice of Mashed, Baked Potato, French Fries or Vegetable of the day, House Salad or Cole Slaw Substitute a House Caesar for $1.75 More.

Baked Potatoes Served after 4:00PM. Add Chives, Bacon, Cheddar Cheese for .75 per item. Pasta dishes are served w/ a Slice of Garlic Bread & a House Salad.

The Road Side Course 8 oz. Prime Rib

12 oz. Prime Rib

10 oz. Sirloin

All Steaks are USDA Choice, Hand Cut in House, & Flame Broiled

*All Prices Subject to Change

*Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodbourne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions. If unsure of your risk, consult a physician.

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Appetizers Sushi Selection •Angels on Horseback • Florida Fresh Shrimp Cocktail “Cracked” Conch Fritters • Fresh Fried Fish Fingers Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna • Calamari • Cayman Island Coconut Shrimp Voodoo Shrimp Hot as Haiti! • St. Croix Peel & Eat Shrimp Florida Fresh Gator Tail • Barbados Bacon Wrapped Shrimp Shrimp Quesadilla • Calypso Crab Cake • Island Wings

Soups & Salads Lighthouse Linda’s Clam Chowder • Chef’s Soup of the Day Chef’s Own House Salad • Inlet Harbor Salad • Inlet Harbor Jumbo Salad

Pastas Vegetarian • St. Thomas Island Shrimp Scampi • Barefoot Shrimp Pasta Inlet Harbor Pan Fried Grouper • Primavera • St. Martin Shrimp Pasta Chicken Parmesan Pasta • Shrimp and Crab Alfredo

Entrees Caribbean Seafood Favorites Captain Redwood’s Jumbo Fried Shrimp “Our Claim to Fame” Cayman Island Coconut Shrimp • Fried Seafood Combo Golden Fried Oysters • Deep Water Lobster Tails Crispy Island Grouper • Calypso Crab Cakes Captain’s Platter (Fried or Broiled) • Island Fresh Sea Scallops 1/2 lb Inlet Stuffed Shrimp • Southern Fried Catfish Fiddlers (Bone-in)

Create A Combo Add these to any Entrée 5oz. Lobster Tail • Six Jumbo Fried Shrimp • Alaskan Snow Crab

Plantation Favorites Martinique Chicken Bruschetta • Jamaica-Mon Chicken Breasts • Veal Marsala • Bimini Bones Grilled Island Pork Chops • Prime Rib • Lemon Chicken Picatta • New York Strip Steak Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon • Chargrilled Ribeye Steak • Australian Rack of Lamb

Our Specialty Fish Selections These Fish Selections can be prepared fried, grilled, broiled or blackened! Fresh Flounder • Fresh Atlantic Grouper • Fresh Atlantic Salmon • Fresh Mahi Mahi

Inlet Sweets Don’t forget to save room for our Delicious Desserts Key Lime Pie • Chocolate Passion Cake • Chef’s Homemade Crème Brulee • Banana Xango Chef’s Choice Warm Fruit Cobbler • Ice Cream Ala Carte • Ala Mode Add a scoop of Chocolate, Vanilla or Strawberry Ice Cream to any dessert. Birthday Cakes (Happy, Happy Birthday!)

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Kid’s Menu Ages 10 & Under Please. Fries Included. Captain Redwood’s Corn Dog • Popeye’s Popcorn Shrimp • Castaway’s Chicken Tenders Stowaway’s Cheese Burger • First Mate’s Fish Fingers • Kid’s Soda • Kid’s Milk

Sunset Specials

3:30pm – 6:00pm Caribbean Seafood Favorites Florida Fresh Mahi Mahi • Capt. Redwood’s Jumbo Fried Shrimp Island Fresh Sea Scallops • Golden Fried Oysters • Inlet Stuffed Shrimp Southern Fried Catfish Fiddlers (bone-in)

Plantation Favorites Island Grilled Pork Chop • Bimini Bones • Prime Rib Jamaican-Mon Chicken Breast

Pastas Shrimp & Scallop Primavera • St. Thomas Island Shrimp Scampi St. Martin Shrimp Pasta • Barefoot Shrimp Pasta • Chicken Parmesan Pasta

Sandwiches & Sides

Florida Fresh Mahi Mahi Sandwich • Caribbean Chicken Sandwich Bay Island Grouper Reuben Fish Sandwich • Riptide Burger Monterey Fried Chicken Wrap • Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna Wrap Fish and Chips Platter • Sampler Platter • Grand Cayman Island Coconut Shrimp Prime Rib Sandwich • Chicken Tenders • Crab Cake Sandwich • Buffalo Chicken Sandwich Riverdog • Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich • Riverdog • Monte Cristo Sandwich Triple Decker Club Sandwich • Key West Chicken Sandwich • Mucho Nachos Side of Fries • Side of Onion Rings

Open daily from 11 am Live Entertainment Daily Eat In or Take out Directions from Daytona Beach: Take A1A south towards Ponce Inlet (about 4.9 mile past the Dunlawton Ave. Bridge). Turn right on Inlet Harbor Rd. Drive to river.

386-767-5590

133 Inlet Harbor Rd. Ponce Inlet, FL

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Boondocks

At the end of Mallard Dr. (off Atlantic Ave.), on the river in Wilburby-the-Sea, 386-760-9001. This casual, outdoor riverfront restaurant serves fresh seafood, burgers, soups, salads, chicken, steaks and daily specials. Or choose from their raw bar. Key West atmosphere. Open: 11am-10pm daily. See our ad on page d30. See our menu on page d31.

Caribbean Jack’s Restaurant & Marina

721 Ballough Rd., 386-523-3000, www.CaribbeanJacks.com. Discover this tropical dining destination with beautiful waterfront views of Daytona. 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. Family-friendly with live entertainment, and happy hour nightly from 3 -7 p.m. Open daily for lunch and dinner. See our ad on page d2. See our menu on page d3.

Charlie Horse

810 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach, 386-672-4347, www. CharlieHorseRestaurant.com. 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 legs. We have a casual family-friendly atmosphere, featuring a children’s menu, several TVs, jukebox, full bar and video games. You may dine-in or carry out. Join us for lunch or dinner. Open: Mon-Fri 11am and Sun 12 noon. See our ad & menu on page d35.

Chart House

1100 Marina Point Dr., Daytona Beach, 386-255-9022, www.ChartHouse.com. This riverfront restaurant is open for dinner and offers a children’s menu, early bird specials and a full liquor bar. Menu includes delicious seafood, steak and

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chicken dishes. Salad bar. Casual attire. Come by land or boat. Reservations suggested. See our menu on page d37.

Doc Bales’ Grill

100 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, 386-254-8200. Located at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort. Features seafood or continental fare. Indoor or outdoor terrace overlooks the ocean with casual elegance. See our ad on page d27.

Inlet Harbor Marina & Restaurant

133 Inlet Harbor Rd., Ponce Inlet (just 5 miles south of Dunlawton), 386-767-5590, www.InletHarbor.com. The Place to GO! …with Plenty to DO! Experience our casual indoor/ outdoor dining OVER the river with scenic views, birds & marine life. Enjoy our torch-lit all weather deck, dancing to live music, unique shopping, pier & charter fishing and cruises. Our kid’s menu & Pirate Ship playground will keep them happy. Open 11am Breakfast Sat & Sun. See our menu on pages d32-d33.

Legends Sports Bar

100 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, 386-254-8200. Located at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort. This sports and racing-themed bar provides casual meals and your favorite cold beverage, within view of the hottest game of the day on one of numerous flat screen TVs. See our ad on page d27.

Mario’s Restaurant

521 S. Yonge St. (U.S. 1), Ormond Beach, 386-677-2711. Where Italians dine. Specialty dishes, stuffed artichoke, homemade ravioli, veal, steaks, grouper francaise, calamari, mussels and clams. Owned and operated by three generations of the Bertolami family, going on their 53rd year in the business. Mario’s is a full-service restaurant with four dining rooms, cocktail lounge and

take-home service. Live jazz on last Thursday of every month. Fullservice takeout menu. Located one mile south of Granada (U.S. 40) on U.S. 1. Open: Seven days a week. Early bird specials 4:306pm every day. See our ad & menu on page d36.

Racing’s North Turn Bar & Grill

4511 S. Atlantic Ave., Ponce Inlet, 386-322-3258, www.RacingsNorthTurn.com. Voted #1 Seafood Restaurant by WESH 2’s “A-List”. Featuring 13 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. See our ad on page d28. See our menu on page d29.

The Grille at Riverview

101 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, 386-428-1865, www. TheGrilleAtRiverview.com . Discover simply great food in a spectacular waterfront setting located in NSB on the Intracoastal. Relax on the Key West style deck watching the dolphins play as the sun sets over the river. The Grille is sure to become your favorite beachside restaurant for delicious Lunch, Sunday Brunch, Sunset Menu & Dinners. Full bar. Party rooms available. See our ad on page d21. See our menu on page d37.


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Buffalo Wings Buffalo Shrimp Chicken Tenders Loaded Nachos Spinach Shrimp Dip Steamed Gulf Shrimp Mozzarella Stix Beer-Battered Onion Rings

All-U-Can-Eat Snow Crab EVERY DAY!

Full Bar Bourban Street Gumbo Homemade Clam Chowder Homemade Crab Bisque Homemade Chili Crispy Chicken Salad Cajun Seasoned Salad Charlie Horse Signature Caesar Chicken Fajita Salad

Seafood Combo Platters Hand Cut Charbroiled Steaks Fried Shrimp (6), (12) Fish Dinners Mahi Dinner Baby Back Ribs Fried Clams Teriyaki Shrimp over Rice or Pasta Cajun Fish Pasta

Open Mon-Sat 11 AM Open Sundays 12 PM Serving Lunch & Dinner Now offering Full Bar

Huge 8oz. Burgers Chicken Fajita Sub Fish Sandwiches Delmonico Steak Sandwich Catch of the Day Reuben Style Philly Cheese Steak 1/4 lb. Grilled Hot Dog Chicken Philly Grilled Chicken Club

Florida Key Lime Pie Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie Specialty Dessert of the Day Banana Split Ice Cream Pie Florida Sunshine Cake Prices/Selections may change w/o notice. MasterCardTM

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All Kinds of Crabs! Nocturnal ghost crabs and little mole crabs, sometimes called sand fleas, scurry around near the waves on Daytona beaches, amusing onlookers while hunting for food. Odd creatures called horseshoe crabs are old timers on our planet and look like ancient relics of the dinosaur era. Their tail isn’t a weapon! It’s used to help the crab flip itself over if it is rolled onto its back. They live in shallow coastal waters and winter in mud flats.

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Shrimp Cocktail

Coconut Crunchy Shrimp

5 colossal shrimp in a gazpacho cocktail sauce

Coconut ginger rice & sweet plum sauce

East Meets West Tuna

Shrimp Fresca

Zesty tuna tartare drizzled with wasabi cream paired with seared peppered tuna & avocado

Parmesan crusted jumbo shrimp with angel hair pomodoro, topped with jumbo lump crab

Crab, Avocado & Mango Stack

Chart House Mixed Grill

Jumbo lump crabmeat tossed in remoulade over layers of fresh avocado & mango

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A jumbo lump crab cake, fresh grilled fish & grilled shrimp accompanied by seasonal vegetables & coconut ginger rice

todAy’s FResh Fish selection

Tempura Shrimp Kushi

Skewered wtih avocado, drizzled with soy glaze, served with kim chee slaw & Thai chili dipping sauce

Crab Stuffed Mushrooms Baked in a white wine sauce

We serve only the finest fish available each day. Any of these fish may be prepared to your liking; grilled, baked or blackened. Served with seasonal vegetables of the day and coconut ginger rice.

FResh Fish speciAls Snapper Hemmingway

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pRime RiB, steAks & chicken Prime Rib - Chart House Cut Rubbed with aromatic herbs and spices, slow roasted with au jus

Chicken Romano

Pan seared with a blend of Romano cheese and panko bread crumbs, served with lemon shallot butter and tomatoes

Parmesan crusted, sautéed & topped with jumbo crab and shallot butter

Lobster Bisque

Macadamia Crusted Mahi

Laced with sherry

Clam Chowder

Award-winning, New England style chowder

Chopped Spinach Salad

With warm bacon dressing, chopped egg, bacon, mushrooms & radishes

Warm peanut sauce with a hint of Frangelico, mango relish, soy glaze drizzle & served with Asian green beans

Spiced Yellowfin Ahi

cRAB & loBsteR Alaskan King Crab Legs Steamed, served with drawn butter & baked potato

Cold Water Lobster Tail (7 oz.) Served with seasonal vegetables & coconut ginger rice

seared to perfection with a ginger soy sauce, wasabi cream & saffron risotto

Daytona Beach • 1100 Marina Point Dr. • 386.255.9022 • chart-house.com This is a sample of our more popular items. Drop by to onjoy our full dinner menu.

~Lunch~ Bruschetta Pomodoro Herb Crusted Salmon Salad Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad Strawberry & Baby Brie Salad “The Grille” Cheeseburger Salmon BLT New England Fish & Chips The Ultimate BLT & A Chicken Francese “The Grille” French Dip

This is a small sampling of the amazing food we have to offer. Please check out our website, call or stop in for a complete menu. We look forward to serving you soon. TheGrilleAtRiverview.com

101 Flagler Ave. • New Smyrna Beach 386.428.1865

~Sunday Breakfast & Lunch~ The Grille’s French Toast Breakfast Burrito Country Style Eggs Benedict Filet Mignon & Eggs Erick’s All American Patty Melt Blackened Mahi-Mahi Pancetta & Creamy Pesto Honey Ham and Brie ~Appetizers~ Escargot Parisian Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail Plantain Crusted Crab Cakes Spinach & Crab Dip Casserole Clam Chowder Shrimp & Sesame Tuna Platter Pancetta Sea Scallops Queen Anne’s Spinach Salad Walnut & Bleu Cheese Salad

~Sunset Menu~ Serving 4:30-6pm MondayFriday. Included is a complementary glass of house wine, well cocktail or domestic beer. Entrees served with a choice of a house salad or soup du jour and fresh bread. Herb Crusted Salmon Salad Capellini Del Mar Blackened Mahi-Mahi Blackened Chicken Penne Bone in Pork Chops New England Fish & Chips ~Desserts~ Our Pastry Chef prides herself in offering to you, Her very own signature homemade desserts, made with the very finest ingredients. Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee Flourless Chocolate Cake Coconut Tres Leche Apple Streusel Bread Pudding Profiterole New York Style Cheesecake Nicole’s Turtle Pie Raspberry Sorbet

~Dinner~ Center Cut 8 oz. Filet Mignon “The Grille’s” 12oz. Ribeye Filet and Lobster Tail New Zealand Rack of Lamb Blackened Mahi-Mahi Macadamia Crusted Mahi Chicken Francese Char Sui Atlantic Salmon Sterling Silver New York Strip Rainbow Trout Amandine Java Crusted Ahi Tuna Crispy Skin Maple Leaf Duck Raspberry Glazed Mahi Mahi Bone in Pork Chops North Atlantic Salmon Blackened Chicken Penne ~Daily Specials~ Each day our Chef prepares a variety of specials for lunch and dinner. These items may include Fresh Fish, Poultry, Beef, Pasta and Shellfish. DELIGHTFUL DINING BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT LIVE ENTERTAINMENT HAPPY HOUR SUNSETS All items are subject to change.

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