Angell & Phelps Cafe
156 S Beach St, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
“Thank you for a
wonderful holiday afternoon! Our Premier Health
Christmas Party was a terrific event. Your food was
delicious and the staff was warm and welcoming, as they
Donna Kearns, Premier Health -
Florida Hospital Memorial Systems
“The salad was
excellent. The filet mignon was outstanding! The
surprise Birthday cake for our friend was so good... "
Rev. Charles A. Weinrich - Daytona Beach, FL
869 S. Atlantic Avenue • Ormond Beach FL 32176
386-673-1070 • Daily 4pm-10pm, Open 7 Days a Week
The ambiance is casual and family
friendly. Barnacles serves appetizers, soups and has an
all you can eat salad bar. They offer a wide variety of
seafood including: swordfish, flounder, scampi, shrimp
and lobster. Customers can customize selected entrees
with, chicken, steak, and ribs. There is an extensive
wine list featuring red and white selections. They offer
take out and have a catering service.
DBC Culinary School
• Café 101
PO Box 2811, Building #430, Room #149 • Daytona Beach,
FL 32120-2811 • (386) 255-8131 #3735
student-run restaurant Cafe 101 (originally established
in 1957) had a grand opening at the end of September in
the newly built Mori Hosseini Center, Building 1200, on
the Daytona Beach Campus.
The teaching café and kitchen tied to the College's
School of Hospitality and Culinary Management is now
seating by reservation for lunch only Monday through
Friday. RSVP for 11:30 a.m. or noon. This year, Café 101
also will open for dinner on Fridays, with limited
seating by reservation, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Café 101's menu features full-service American and
international cuisine. The restaurant is run by students
under the supervision of the culinary school's
professors and master chefs. The new facility features
an exquisite dining adjacent to the newly relocated
Southeast Museum of Photography, which will celebrate
its grand opening in the building on Nov. 3.
For $9 (including tax), lunch patrons receive an
appetizer, entrée, dessert and beverage. Vegetarian
meals are available by request. Gratuities are welcome
and help fund student scholarships. Payment is by cash
only at Café 101. The cost for dinner is $12. No
take-out service is not available at this time.
Café 101 is open to the public. For reservations call
(386) 506-3859, or e-mail
Le Crepe En Haut
142 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach FL 32176
386-673-1999 • Lunch Tues – Friday, Dinner Tues- Sunday
I recently celebrated my 35th Wedding Anniversary at
La Crepe. I can honestly say it was "Superb." Our waiter
Jeffrey was excellent. His recommendations of wines were
right on the money. The first course was a crab cake
which I would rate the best I have ever tasted. Our next
course of Lobster Bisque was again an excellent choice.
For our main meal Jeffrey recommended the Chateau Briand
which was so tender and delicious. My wife ordered the
Ice Cream wrapped in a crepe with strawberries was to
die for. I also feasted on a chocolate cake that was
fantastic. Joseph M. 11/12/07
I would recommend this place with 5 STARS! PS - Ask
for Jeffrey if you want the best service ever! mz_
We went to La Crepe
during Bike week in Oct 2007. The dinner was fantastic!
Our maitre d' was excellent, courteous, could not have
ask for any better! Food was mouth watering, Stone
crabs, steak, all the way to the dessert, flaming banana
foster!! I would return many times over!! One of the
best meals we ever had! Very elegant and romantic.
Stinky Dog's Diner
108 Bay Street • Daytona Beach
386-254-6040 • 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday
We loved it all, especially the broccoli salad with
the little bits of bacon. The dogs had just the right
amount of snap and were very meaty on fresh, soft buns.
This shotgun-style eatery goes waaay back into a cozy
dining room. There's a screened picnic area in the back,
looking out over a green yard perfect on a warmer day.
Gator Beach & Sports
221 N. Atlantic Avenue • Daytona Beach
386-253-1913 • 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday
Gator Beach & Sports
Gator Beach and Sports was created to cater to the Gator
fan who visits the worlds most famous beach...Daytona
Beach. We have been serving Gator Nation since 1982 in
our present location, in the heart strip of A1A. As of
April '06 we completed a half-million dollar renovation
and expanded our University of Florida section. Whether
you live in the area, plan to vacation the central
Florida area, or need an "internet fix" of swamp wear
stop by our place and order online. If we don't have it
in stock we'll swim across Lake Alice to get it.