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Steak and Seafood...
For a great steak and seafood at a nice sit-down ambiance. best describes Stonewood. The restaurant is so good it has locations open all over Florida now.  The Herb Encrusted Grouper is a MUST!
Stonewood Grill and Tavern
100 S. Atlantic Ave.
Ormond Beach, FL

Port Orange 
1078 Dunlawton Avenue
Port Orange, FL
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Feeling Romantic?
Great food find and a unique atmosphere welcome you to La's. It's a perfect place to take a date while in the Daytona area. It's a locally owned culinary treat!

Our friend, and foodie, Kelly Schirmer tipped us off to La's. "The brunch is spectacular and dinner is amazzzzzzzzing," says Schirmer. Check it out.
La's Bistro
63 West Granada Blvd
Ormond Beach, FL
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Bomb of a Breakfast
Bobby Dell, Engine Tuner on the #1 Ganassi Chevy driven by Jamie McMurray says this is his favorite spot for breakfast before heading to the track. 
Mike's Galley
2514 S Atlantic Ave
Daytona Beach, FL
(386) 756-2020
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Want Some Ice Cream?
With all of this food for Speedweeks you have to at least have SOME Sweets to top it all off!
Cow Lick's
2624 S Atlantic Ave 
Daytona Beach, FL
Phone:(386) 761-1316 

The Dairy Bar (under Port Orange Bridge)
55 Dunlawton Ave
Port Orange, FL
(386) 767-3322

Fine Italian!
TV Cameraman Tom Wells has tee'd us up to this fine Italian restaurant that features a very creative menu in a unique location.
The Cellar
220 Magnolia Ave  
Daytona Beach, FL 
(386) 258-0011
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New York New York!
Go have a bagel here or a sandwich. It won't diaappoint. Try the Monte Cristo, The Sailor or the Cheese Blintzes!
New York Style Bagel Deli
3344 S Atlantic Ave
Daytona Beach Shores, FL
(386) 760-0302's Matthew Dillner shows you all the unique spots "From The Road"
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Our Deck Down Under
THE BEST Seafood around and great atmosphere.  As far as the NASCAR garage is concerned... everyone knows and everyone goes!  Enjoy peel n' eat Shrimp under the Port Orange Bridge. Fried Seafood platters are the best around. The Blackened Tuna is legit. The Jalapeno Bacon Grits are Yum-tastic.  Freshest Seafood around!
78 Dunlawton Avenue
Port Orange, FL 
(386) 767-1881
The Brickyard
Speedeats Says "Best Example of a Pure Good Ol' Fashioned American Cheeseburger"
You crave a drip down the arm juicy All American Cheeseburger?  Yeah, GO TO BRICKYARD!!! The burgers are great and the wings are pretty stout too... especially if you get them flashed on the grill.  It's just minutes from DIS on International Speedway Blvd. Television's Perrin brothers (Patrick and Scotty) told us about Brickyard years ago. Oh, it's the big triangle building in case you didn't know!  We've seen NASCAR racer JJ Yeley in there and we know spotter/Mod driver Mike Herman Jr is a fixture at the famed Brickyard triangle.
747 W International Speedway Blvd
Daytona Beach FL 
(386) 253-2270
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Racing's North Turn
Speedeats Says "It's a Restaurant & Hall of Fame All In One!" 
This place is a must for racing history buffs. It's not a tourist trap, it really breathes the history of Daytona Beach racing.  The food is good, the ocean-front deck is breathtaking, and the racing history is tops.  It's a mini Hall of Fame of NASCAR and Daytona Beach Racing.  In two-trips during 2010 Speedweeks we saw Cotton Owens dining and Legends Bobby and Donnie Allison eating the restaurant that stands at the original North Turn of the Beach Course.
MD says get the Mad Marion Melt, named after beach racer and racing folk legend Mad Marion MacDonald.
4511 South Atlantic Avenue
Ponce Inlet, FL
(386) 322-3258
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The Garlic
Speedeats Says "Best Italian Place for Speedweeks. A Classic!"
Our Matthew Dillner will be at The Garlic at some point during Speedweeks as it is his favorite Italian joint in the area.  The name says it all. If you are a vampire, do not enter. If you love great Italian food, it's a Daytona/Smyrna area MUST.  Enjoy heaping plates of great italian food in a quaint atmosphere. 
Try the Spuntitori Italiano, aka... the Big Bowl of Meat.  It's a favorite if Racing Electronic's Kevin Hughes.  Spotter Frank Bolter went to the place for the first time after seeing the Speedeats video and loved the place.  "I had the Bocce Ball (giant meatball) and it was amazing," said Frank.  "It might be my all-time favorite place to eat on the road."
556 East 3rd Avenue
New Smyrna Beach, FL
(386) 424-6660
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Peach Valley Cafe 
Opened for breakfast and lunch in Ormand Beach Peach Valley is worth the trip, especially for breakfast.  The omlettes are spectacular but dont ignore the Chicken & Waffle with homemade blueberry butter and cajun syrup. How's that for Spectacular? 
185 E. Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL
(386) 615-0096 
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La Fiesta
A great Mexican restaurant in Port Orange not far from Daytona. The Puerto Vallarta Fish Tacos are a favorite as well as the Yucatan Shrimp Tacos.  They have a big menu full of mexican dishes served with pizazz. Racing Electronics' Kevin Hughes approves this message. 
3785 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, FL
(386) 760-2929
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Hull's Seafood Market
When looking for fresh seafood to cook at home, you go to a fish market. Why not go to a fish market to eat? Well, Hull's is the answer... it's both a market AND a restaurant.  Fresh Fish Heaven.  
111 W Granada Blvd
Ormond Beach, FL
(386) 673-8888
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The Cracked Egg Diner
We stumbled upon the Cracked Egg while taking a drive down A1A during Speedweeks. This little un-asuming strip mall diner doesnt look too impressive from outside, but the line didn't lie. Inside was a cute atmosphere serving up good home cooking. From chipped beef to loaded omlettes, the breakfast tips the yum scale. The Apple Fritters are a must for breakfast OR lunch!
3280 South Atlantic Avenue  
Daytona Beach Shores, FL
 (386) 788-6772
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