Restaurants in Palm Coast

Up to 50% at South-A-Philly Steaks & Hoagies

St. Augustine

$10 $6

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Par-baked bread shipped from South Jersey and Cheez Whiz top Philly cheesesteaks for a painstakingly authentic sandwich

Up to 50% Off Italian Fare and Drinks at DeVinci's

Ormond Beach

$24 $12

Culinary artists craft family recipes hailing from Palermo and Sicily, accompanying pastas, and New York–style pizza with robust wines

Up to 46% Off at Ormond Steakhouse

Ormond Beach

$91 $52

Wood-fired steaks, chicken, and seafood join wine and appetizers such as wings and potato skins

50% Off American Cuisine at Riverside Cafe

Holly Hill

$12 $6

Eatery offers breakfast and lunch with the Riverside benedict, belgian waffles, Cuban grill, chowder, and Mango Madness wrap with chicken

42% Off Cuban Sandwich at Fresh Sweets Cuban Bakery & Cafe

Holly Hill

$7.99 $4.66

Chefs stuff Cuban sandwiches with seasoned pork, ham, and swiss cheese with optional sliced pickles, mayonnaise, and mustard

44% Off Honduran Food at Chucherias Hondureñas

Holly Hill

$45 $28.75

Honduran and Spanish fusion dishes such as tapas, seafood combinations, and Plato Goloso, a chucherias finger-food platter

40% Off Upscale Cuisine at Gene's Steak House

Daytona Beach

$50 $30

Chefs charbroil aged Chicago and Kansas City steaks to-order over open flame, with seafood options and over 200 fine wines

Up to 45% Off at Paganos Pizzeria

South Daytona

$39.75 $22

Dining room decked out in New Jersey memorabilia fills with aromas of traditional Italian dishes

$10 for Italian Food at Pompeii Coal Fired Pizza in Orange Park

Pompeii Coal Fired PIzza

$20 $10

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Oak wood and Pennsylvania anthracite coal fuel an 850-degree brick oven for hot subs, housemade pizza dough, and heartily sauced pasta

Up to 49% Off at Hidden Treasure Tiki Bar & Grill

Port Orange - Rose Bay

$27 $14

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Guests spend an hour biking on the water and working up appetites, then return for buffalo-chicken or smoked-fish dip or another starter

Up to 55% Off Cuban-Mex Cuisine at Ramirez Restaurant in Orange Park

Ramirez Restaurant

$10 $5

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Authentic meat and seafood dishes from countries such as Cuba, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic

Up to 50% Off at The Infield Pizzeria & Sports Bar

Lakeside

$20 $10

Specialty New York–style pies served at a pizzeria and sports bar with five 50-inch TVs; bounce houses available for kids every Wednesday

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New Smyrna Beach

$6 $3

Signature coffee drinks, croissants, chocolate croissants, and pastries are served at a seaside bistro with umbrella-shaded seating

43% Off Bistro Cuisine at European Street Cafe

Multiple Locations

$20 $11.49

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Cooks grill German sausages and incorporate such international ingredients as tabbouleh, prosciutto, and melted brie into sandwiches

48% Off at Dwight's Bistro

Jacksonville Beach

$40 $21

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Extensive wine list accompanies European bistro cuisine, including escargot, handmade pasta, quail, and sea scallops

50% Off at Old Florida Fish Camp and Seafood Shack

Jacksonville Beach

$10 $5

Fresh fish, shrimp and oyster sandwiches served at a waterfront Island seafood restaurant

Up to 45% Off Continental Cuisine at Ocean 60

Atlantic Beach

$50 $29

Dine on creative chef's specials such as diver-shot grouper, seafood risotto, and steak within a tropical-inspired beachside environment

$10 for Sandwiches at Bongiorno’s Philly Steak Shop

North Beach

$20 $10

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Philly cheesesteaks assembled from Amoroso’s rolls and meat shipped from South Jersey

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Serving up sauce-slathered eats since 1980, Woody's has garnered praise from publications including the Ledger and continues to woo taste buds with succulent ribs, chicken, pork, and sides. Patrons can perform cheek-stretching calisthenics with the super sampler starter, a piled-high platter of pop-able bites including fried garlic mushrooms, mozzarella sticks, corn nuggets, and onion rings ($7.99), before moving on to a main event such as a full rack of Woody's signature baby back ribs, featuring pork that slips off the bone as sure as a cat slips off an ice sculpture of a larger cat ($14.99). Meat disciplinarians might consider the Sloppy Woody, pulled pork and Woody's secret sauce caught in a prison of formalist bread loaves ($6.99). Vegetarians are invited to pig out on the tossed salad ($2.69) or the country vegetables ($1.89).

99 Flagler Plaza Dr
Palm Coast,
FL
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Premo’s Grille is the realization of a shared dream. According to an article in The Daytona News-Journal, Nancy Connell, a department manager at Target, and Dale Kissell, a former long-distance truck driver, wanted to start their own restaurant so that they could “be their own bosses.” The couple met in high school, reconnected 20 years later, and moved from snowy Rochester, New York down to Daytona Beach–a place Kissel praises because “you don’t have to shovel sunshine.” By keeping prices down and using only fresh ingredients, the couple hopes to create a niche for themselves in the sunny community. The Premo’s Grille menu features casual-American cuisine that ranges from a skirt-steak salad with chipotle dressing and bleu cheese to the chicken marsala, which is simmered in a rich sauce of mushrooms and marsala wine. The kitchen also serves up bacon cheeseburgers, and the shrimp scampi features sauce that has an infusion of butter, wine, and garlic, and also doubles as a vampire repellent. To keep dinner animated, live music also fills the dining room on Friday and Saturday nights. If their food proves a success, Connell and Kissell want to eventually expand their menu and space.

2123 Hwy A1A
Flagler Beach,
FL
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Carmella’s Pizza & Pasta supports most pizza preferences with a smorgasbord of different kinds including New York–style, Sicilian-style, and Neapolitan-style. A list of 25 toppings beget thousands of make-your-own combinations or one epic food fight. But diners can also choose from more than a dozen specialties including the reuben pizza—topped with corned beef, sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and Thousand Island dressing—and the breakfast pie, which holds bacon or ham, peppers, onions, and eggs. The pasta entrees are worth a try, too, particularly the housemade meatballs and linguine, a house specialty.

160 Cypress Point Parkway
Palm Coast,
FL
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Kawa Sushi's chefs sate appetites with a range of Japanese and Thai specialties. They prepare fresh, artistically plated sushi rolls, fry sizzling fillets of pork katsu, and simmer coconut-milk curries. There are also low-sodium dishes designed for the health-conscious. Customers can pair their entree with domestic or imported beer, sake, and wine.

1475 Palm Coast Parkway Northwest
Palm Coast,
FL
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Framed black-and-white pictures fill the lemon-yellow and terra-cotta-red walls in Fratelli's Restaurant, evoking the casual ambiance of a family dining room beside the Mediterranean. The chefs demonstrate a similar commitment to homestyle comfort by faithfully re-creating familiar Italian-American staples. Ricotta-stuffed shells bake beneath a layer of mozzarella and marinara, and marsala sauce adds an extra dose of flavor to sautéed veal loin, chicken breast, or sliced rib-eye steak. Occasional maritime influences also work their way into the menu, as in the case of the housemade crab cakes and the shrimp or scallops in a spicy red sauce made with magma-marinated peppers.

415 Anastasia Blvd
Saint Augustine,
FL
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Cabo Taco Mexicali Grill stuffs each taco, burrito, and quesadilla on its menu with fresh ingredients full of south-of-the-border flavor. Nosh on inspired nibbles such as the tequila lime chicken tacos decorated with salsa, cilantro sauce, and cheese composed in crunchy or soft tortilla frames ($3.99 each; two for $7.50). Tackle the cabo burrito, a tortilla-tamed tornado of taste swirling with goodies including blackened mahi, rice, beans, avocado, and mango ($9.99), or sample a lineup of specials that change weekly, just like the public opinion on formal toe socks. Cabo Taco's beach-themed dining room opens at 11 a.m., delivering a breakfast menu of egg-enhanced dishes such as the breakfast dilla—a warm tortilla folded around veggies, cheese, scrambled eggs, and choice of meat ($5.99) —and flaky plantain and brown-sugar stuffed turnovers drizzled with house-made agave sauce, offering a less sticky, but just as sweet, alternative to an early-morning syrup-soak ($3.50 each).

965 State Road 16
Saint Augustine,
FL
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