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2 of 2 results for Daytona Beach offers travelers with the most sought after Daytona Beach vacation rental deals. Jam-packed with historical sights and beautiful beaches, and located just 50 miles from the world-renowned attractions of Orlando, a Daytona Beach vacation is the perfect get-away for the entire family. Daytona Beach is a true beach town destination. Our Daytona Beach vacation properties are located near top attractions, restaurants and offer travelers a plethora of awesome memories.

Daytona Beach, FL
Daytona Beach Regency is the perfect location for a Florida beach vacation. Just steps away from the boardwalk, this all-suite beachfront resort offers spacious accommodations, organized activities and an indoor/outdoor swimming complex complete with pools, hot tubs and waterslides.
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Daytona Beach, FL
Located on a beautiful stretch of pedestrian-only beach, Wyndham Ocean Walk timeshare rentals and vacation condos are an impressive 80,000 square-foot resort and entertainment complex. A wide variety of great restaurants and unique specialty shops, plus an amphitheater and other entertainment and luxurious amenities, make this a self-contained world one of the great playgrounds on the Eastern shore.
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Plan to spend plenty of time lounging on white sandy beaches and swimming in warm, crystal blue ocean waters. If the sun and fun aren't enough, there are plenty of other exciting Daytona Beach attractions to enjoy.

Best known for the Daytona 500, Daytona has been the center of automobile racing since cars were first raced along the beach here in 1902. February is the biggest month for race enthusiasts, and there are weekly events at the International Speedway. During race weeks, bike weeks, spring-break periods, and summer holidays, expect extremely heavy traffic. On the mainland, near the inland waterway, several blocks of Beach Street have been "street-scaped," and shops and restaurants open onto an inviting, broad brick sidewalk.

Don't be surprised if your server introduces herself as your cousin, though you've never seen her before in your life. You see, everybody's "cousin" at Aunt Catfish's (as in, "Can I get you another mason jar of sweet tea, Cousin?"). The silly Southern hospitality is only one of the draws at this wildly popular seafood restaurant. The main lure, of course, is the food: fried chicken, fried shrimp, fried catfish, and crab cakes. Hot cinnamon rolls and hush puppies come with every entrée and can be a meal in themselves. Bring your appetite and your patience—a wait is practically guaranteed. Sunday brunch lures empty stomachs with made-to-order eggs and French toast, and a chocolate fountain. Aunt Catfish's is on the west bank of the Intracoastal Waterway (off U.S. 1, before crossing the Port Orange Causeway), just south of Daytona.

The Inlet Harbor Restaurant & Marina is a "tropical casual" environment that features great food the whole family will enjoy.

Another great restaurant for experiencing the best of Daytona Beach dining is the Ocean Deck Restaurant, which boasts some of the best seafood in all of Florida.

It's not just the locals who swear that the Brickyard's charbroiled sirloin burgers are the best they've ever tasted—devotees have been known to drive from Georgia just for lunch. Given its name and location in the heart of NASCAR country, the popular bar and grill is covered in racing memorabilia. Dang, even the floor and the tablecloths are black-and-white checkered. But don't mistake the racing theme to mean the place merely serves greasy bar food to Joe Sixpacks. They're also known for feeding T-bone and NY strip steaks to doctors.

Quiet and intimate, this family-operated restaurant and race-car-driver hangout has long upheld its reputation as the best place for steaks in the area (since 1948, to be exact) despite its nondescript exterior and somewhat out-of-the-way location west of town. Gene's has a decidedly old-school, supper-club vibe, with classics like escargot baked in puff pastry, French onion soup, and Gene's special-recipe Roquefort dressing. Signature entrées include cooked-to-order filet mignons, sirloins, and porterhouses. Seafood is also on the menu, and the wine list is one of the state's largest, with bottles ranging from $19 to $1,200.

Local beautiful people seem to flock to this trendy South Daytona Beach eatery and lounge as much for the scene as they do for the food. The bar area, done in tangerine with splashes of lime green, is a modern meeting place for the after-work crowd, and the outdoor deck and bar attract a livelier bunch. Those who do deign to dine will appreciate the chef's use of homegrown herbs and creative sauces in dishes such as marinated skirt steak with chimichurri sauce and barbecue-grilled Chilean salmon with cucumber and melon relish, which can be enjoyed in the sleek dining room or in the garden, complete with a 20-foot lighted waterfall and fire pit.

Crowds fill up the bar, the tables, and the cozy booths in this lively tavern. The fare is simple, hearty, and generous, with American favorites like chicken wings, burgers, and steak served alongside Irish favorites like Guinness stew, shepherd's pie, and fish-and-chips, though the Guinness draft is practically a meal in itself. There's live music every weekend (usually of the Celtic variety). Plus, McK's is one of the few places in town—without a drive-through window—that serves food after midnight.
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