Looking for a delicious way to experience the most delectable side of Daytona Beach? You won’t want to miss Volusia Dining Days, a 10-day event coming up in September. 

This foodie-favorite event originally started in Ormond Beach as a way to celebrate the local food scene. Now in its fourth year, Volusia Dining Days has grown to be bigger and better than ever before!

During the 10-day run, participating restaurants will offer specialty, 3-course menus at a fixed price — usually $10, $15, $20, $25, $30 or $35. In other words, it’s a great way to get a taste of the local flavor and try a wide variety of restaurants at one low price. With so many phenomenal options, it can be hard to choose where to grab a bite to eat in the Daytona Beach area — and Volusia Dining Days is a great, low-cost way to discover your family’s new favorite spot.

Beyond filling your belly with delicious and different dishes, Volusia Dining Days serves another wonderful purpose. The 2018 event is benefiting Provision Packs, a program dedicated to providing nutritional assistance to low-income families in Volusia County.

Specifically, Provision Packs provides nutritional food to children to take home on the weekend and over long breaks during the school year. With such a worthy cause at stake, you can feel good knowing that your participation in a fun and yummy activity is helping families in need.

So where can you partake in the dining action? You have lots of choices. Ronin Sushi & Bar, an authentic Japanese restaurant experience located on West International Speedway Boulevard, is among them. Enjoy specialty pricing on sushi, sake and so much more during Volusia Dining Days.

Other participating restaurants include Chart House, Stonewood Grill & Tavern, and the new Sessions Restaurant at Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach.

Experience the best Daytona Beach has to offer — and for less! View the full line-up at Facebook.com/VolusiaDiningDays today!

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