Discover the latest and greatest locales in Daytona Beach's cuisine scene. 

Gastropub Meets Tiki Brilliantly
Meet Grind Gastropub and Kona Tiki Bar - a public house featuring high-quality foods like their "Hand Helds," "Best Quality Bigs," and "Wood Fired Pizzas." Try their "Bombs Away" beers at the outdoor Tiki bar and patio where live music and good times roll.

Daytona Beach Ale Trail
The first craft brewer in the Daytona Beach area, the Ormond Brewing Company opened its doors in November 2013, offering a variety of delicious and unique brews and fun brewery tours. The offerings have multiplied into something very robust! Hop onto the Daytona Beach Ale Trail with your designated driver to taste locally crafted artisan brews.

Dinner or Supper?
31 Supper Club was conceived as a tribute to Ormond Beach. Dine al fresco, dance a little or patronize the Havana Bar. 

Vegan-Friendly
Head to historic Beach Street to try one of Kale Café's fresh juices, smoothies, entrees or desserts. While you're there, check out their local artist gallery. Now located in Ormond Beach, too!

Florida's Oldest Farmers' Market?
Maybe. The Daytona Beach Downtown Farmers' Market has been offering fresh and organic fruits and vegetables, baked goods and seafood since 1978. Visit vendors every Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. next to historic Jackie Robinson Ballpark, just across the Halifax River from scenic Beach Street. With a number of hotels and rental properties offering in-room kitchens and kitchenettes, you can stock up on fresh foods during your stay.