The Intracoastal Waterway is a huge draw for water enthusiasts visiting Daytona Beach. From fishing and sailing to jet skiing and paddle boarding, the destination provides a variety of outdoor adventures. After a day exploring the blue ways, unwind in any one of these riverfront restaurants:
1. Caribbean Jack's Restaurant and Marina (West side of the Halifax River, south of Seabreeze Bridge and just south of Marker 32)
Caribbean Jack's Restaurant and Marina is a popular waterfront restaurant and bar with daily specials like Jerk Chicken Quesadillas, Island Spiced Pork Tenderloin, and Shrimp and Grits. Indoor and outdoor seating offers amazing views of the Intracoastal Waterway!
2. Sunsetters Riverfront Bar and Grill (Beachside of the Halifax River, at Main Street Bridge, south of Marker 32)
Sunsetters Riverfront Bar and Grill is Daytona Beach’s only beachside, riverfront bar & grill. Located in the historic Main Street area, the vibe is casual and fun with a focus on Caribbean/Key West style entrees. Enjoy a nightly tradition of counting down to the sunset and enjoying a special toast. Daily specials, a full liquor bar, craft beer, live music and covered deck seating, overlooking the Halifax river. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, with brunch on Sunday.
3. Chart House (Beachside of the Halifax River, Marina Point)
Chart House serves a number of seafood specialties that offer creative twists on old favorites, as well as seasonal preparations, featuring local ingredients. Located at Marina Point, Chart House is one of the most celebrated seafood restaurants in the Daytona Beach area.
4. Our Deck Down Under (Beachside of the Dunlawton Bridge)
Make your way "down under" the Dunlawton Bridge and discover the unique atmosphere at "Our Deck." With fun attitudes, excellent service, and great food, this is a place not to miss. Nonstop river views and awesome sunsets will leave you anticipating your next visit.
5. Aunt Catfish’s on the River (West side of the Halifax River, Dunlawton Bridge)
Aunt Catfish's on the River provides a southern seafood tradition. It's down south river cookin' by natives that you definitely don't want to miss! Thick and meaty clam chowder, fresh catches prepared with a southern twist, and you can't forget those delicious sticky buns. Home of the 'blue jean' Sunday brunch, too.