Restaurants in New Smyrna Beach

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Beef O Bradys caters to families and sports fans alike with fresh-grilled meals and draft beers served in a casual dining space, featuring walls adorned with sports memorabilia. The menu warms stomachs small and large with a collection of Angus burgers, St. Louis-style ribs, and signature wings in a variety of two dry rubs and 12 sauces. The restaurant's fleet of TVs continually broadcast live sporting events, such as NFL games, and the half-moon-shaped bar allows guests to cozy up for a pint of draft beer.

1966 State Road 44
New Smyrna Beach,
FL
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New York-quality deli fare has found a new home in Florida with the help of Manzano's Beachside Deli, a one-stop shop for made-to-order deli favorites and gourmet edibles. In addition to its famous New York crusty bread and 1.25-feet cold sandwiches, the shop tempts patrons with fresh Italian sandwiches and hot paninis topped by Boar's Head meats and cheeses. Their deli also assembles platters for any type of catering or discus-tossing need.

311 Flagler Ave
New Smyrna Beach,
FL
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Central Florida's Good Eats reviewed Daily Grind Burgers. Nine Yelpers give it a five-star average, and 77% of more than 370 Urbanspooners recommend it.

1665 Dunlawton Ave
Port Orange,
FL
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In 170 feet of water, running from the east coast of Fort Pierce, Florida, to the Carolinas, lies a reef populated by game fish, dubbed 27 Fathoms by local fishermen. Chefs in the kitchens of 27 Fathoms, named for the reef, cook locally caught wild fish and seafood such as the pan-roasted diver scallops with smoked gouda and crushed macadamia nuts. For the culinary prowess they display in doing so, they have earned a 2012 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor. Their sushi menu includes signature rolls such as the ultimate maine lobster—a tempura whole lobster with smoked bacon, avocado, and baked seafood volcano sauce. In addition to seafood, the staff pan roasts venison tenderloin and blackens elk steak by hiding it in a darkroom. They also add their own spin to chicken and waffles with sweet-potato-infused waffles, brussels sprouts, and peppercorn mélange syrup.

Gentle breezes ripple through the palm leaves on the outdoor patio, where glasses of fine wines and craft beers clink along with the sounds of nature. Friday and Saturday nights feature late hours and live entertainment for diners seated indoors at the high-topped wood tables.

5535 S Williamson Blvd
Port Orange,
FL
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When The Original First Turn Steakhouse opened in 1984, it was so close to the Daytona Speedway that diners could almost feel the breeze of the checkered flag as it signaled the end of a race. In those days, the Hilliard family’s hand-cut steaks and chicken wings drew professional drivers and racing teams straight from the track. Though the Hilliards have since relocated their restaurant, they have maintained the same racing memorabilia, all-American menu, and regular customers—some of whom helped with the move by stuffing as many rib eyes as they could into the trunks of their stock cars.

If one of those drivers was to take a detour through the kitchen today, he would find chefs grilling USDA Black Angus steaks and coating wings in 12 different flavors of sauce, from mild honey barbecue to the so-called “suicide sauce.” Diners seated on the sprawling 5,000-square-foot deck can order oysters from the raw bar and drinks from the tiki bar, raising their voices to be heard over the live bands that perform five nights a week.

5236 S Ridgewood Ave
Port Orange,
FL
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You could say that Panheads Pizzeria owners Eric and Felicia Ross were born to make pizza. The brother and sister team grew up in pizza joints, learning the basics of creating a crispy-crusted pizza from their grandmother, who just happens to be the famed Mabel of Mabel's Pizza.

Today they're building on more than 40 decades of family tradition, while also creating a few legacies of their own: specifically their gourmet pizzas. Each piece of hand-rolled dough is topped with ingredients not usually found in pizzerias, such as chicken, black bean corn salsa, jalapenos, and sour cream, which graces one particular favorite called the Ace of Spades. For an extra punch of flavor, they can also drizzle on one of nine specialty sauces such as tangy balsamic reduction, sweet chili aioli, or rich pesto. Outside of their signature square meals, the duo also serve up Italian favorites including Caesar salads and homemade meatballs in a teriyaki, buffalo barbecue, or classic marinara sauce.

4085 South Ridgewood Avenue
Port Orange,
FL
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