Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches offer a wide array of Florida dining experiences, from extremely casual to Oceanside elegance. Our restaurants range from intimate cafes to quaint Flagler Beach ocean view dining spots, to tasty bistros, ethnic eateries and great steakhouses. You'll find "Old Florida" taste treats --seafood caught fresh daily -- and locally grown fruits and vegetables. Brightly-colored restaurants dot the coastline, with hometown service and scenic views.
- Coffee and Sweet Treats
- Delis, Subs, and More
- Fast Food
- Indian Cuisine
- Portuguese Cuisine
- Wine Bars and Pubs
If you happen to be in town on a Friday or Saturday morning, here's one oceanside stop you can't miss. For more than 33 years, The Flagler Beach Farmers Market has offered an impressive bounty of some of the freshest Florida produce, seafood, plants, honey, baked goods and handcrafted work.
Flagler Beach Farmers Market
HWY 100 & S. Central Ave.
Flagler Beach 32136
It’s stone crab season, which is one of the tastiest times to visit Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches. With a light, sweet taste and delicate texture similar to lobster, stone crab claws are a Florida specialty you’ll crave from the first bite.
Besides experiencing the 19 miles of beautiful shorelines in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches, the culinary scene is something else you’ll want to dig in, especially its fresh seafood.
European Village in Palm Coast is your one-stop shop for some of the region’s best dining, shopping and events. Home to more than a dozen restaurants, bars and shops, there’s always something new to see - and taste - at this exciting eating and entertainment district.
Traveling with kids? Then you can't go wrong at these family-friendly eateries in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches!
If you are in the mood to spend an evening with friends sharing delicious dishes and sipping on delicate cocktails, Mamaling Asian Street Food is the place for you.
Home to dozens of restaurants ranging from beach side casual to upscale bistros, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches welcome many visitors who vacation here just to experience the culinary scene. Whether you're looking for local flavors like fried oysters and gator tails, international delicacies, or some of the freshest seafood in Florida, here are 13 spots you don’t want to miss during your next visit to Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches.