Daytona Beach Restaurants & Dining Options
Savor the Dining offerings in Daytona
While Bahama House is just moments from some of the best restaurants in Daytona Beach, we also make it easy for our guests to have a convenient and enjoyable dining experience at the hotel.
Every morning from 7:30 to 9:30 AM, join us in the Grand Bahama room for our complimentary breakfast. With stunning ocean views right outside the window, you’ll enjoy a wide variety of options like coffee, tea, juice, milk, fresh fruit, Danishes, donut holes, an assortment of bread, grits, hard-boiled eggs, cereal, a "make your own" pancake station, oatmeal, and yogurt. Every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, we offer biscuits and gravy in addition to our other delicious choices.
In the afternoon, bring your day to a close or stir your evening out in Daytona Beach to life at our free, daily Happy Hour in the Grand Bahama Room from 5:30 to 6:30 PM. Choose from a variety of Beers (Bud, Bud Lite, Miller Lite, Yuengling), mixed drinks featuring Bacardi Rum, Jim Beam Bourbon, Seagram’s 7 Whiskey, Seagram’s Gin, Smirnoff Vodka, Inverhouse Scotch and Red, White and Rose Wine. Assorted Coca-Cola brand sodas and mixers are available, as are light bar snacks and popcorn popped fresh nightly.
When you want to sample a taste of Daytona Beach, our knowledgeable staff members will be happy to recommend their favorite restaurants.
Home of the whale-sized surf and turf burger as seen on The Travel Channel's Man v. Food, Crabby Joe's is an open air and casual dining venue located directly on Sunglow Pier. The popular eatery features a large selection of fresh seafood and land lover specialties. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bring your own fishing tackle or rent gear right on pier and Crabby Joe's will prepare you a seafood basket of your fresh catch.
Dancing Avocado Kitchen (DAK) offers a large selection of farm-fresh menu options, including made-to-order juices all within a unique and eclectic atmosphere. Enjoy avocados in a salad, in a wrap, in an omelette or the vegan offerings of house-made guacamole and Avocado and Hummus. DAK is "where herbivore and carnivore can live together in harmony" so you'll also find hamburger, bacon turkey and spam on the menu, too.
Landshark Bar & Grill offers a tropical vibe overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Serving seafood, burgers and sandwiches, Landshark also has a "Little Sharks" menu for children under 12. Located just north of Sunsplash Park and Volusia County lifeguard headquarters, the restaurant offers volleyball areas, fire pits and live music.