Seafood, one of Florida’s favorite cuisines, is the reason many travel to the Sunshine State and love living here. Last month, a popular travel website published a list of the 15 best seafood restaurants our state has to offer, and a restaurant here in Flagler County made the list.
Flagler Fish Company has been serving fresh seafood to Volusia-Flagler County residents and visitors since 2005. Registered with the Florida Fresh Program, the restaurant aims to serve fish, shellfish and products from the Sunshine State. Customers can dine in and have “food that knocks your flops off” or take home fresh cuts of fish fillets, shellfish and sides to cook yourself with the restaurant’s homemade seasonings.
Flagler Fish Company also serves premium cuts of beef and homemade desserts.
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Four Sarasota-Manatee Market restaurants were on the TripsToDisover list along with restaurants in Titusville, Key West, Panama City, St. Augustine, Apalachicola, Fort Walton Beach, Pensacola, Atlantic Beach and two in Destin.
Earlier this month, several Volusia-Flagler businesses landed on Yelp’s first-ever list of Florida’s Top 100 Restaurants.
Daytona Beach’s Red Bud Café ranked highest, landing at No. 13. The popular review site noted how the family-run cafe creates dishes that fuse the cuisines of their native Yugoslavia with Italy, Australia and the United States.
Along with Red Bud Café, Millie’s Restaurant and Catering in Daytona Beach Shores took 71st place, with local food being their staple. Next, Santorini at DeLand held No. 87, serving authentic Greek cuisine. And then to complete the list at No. 100 was La Crèperie Kafè, the Palm Coast family restaurant specializing in French cuisine. Moreover, Millie’s Restaurant was also honored recently thanks to the visit of the famous chef Guy Fieri.
Caroline Hebert, food and dining editor for The Daytona Beach News-Journal. Native of New Orleans and passionate about gastronomy. Caroline can be contacted at email@example.com. Support local journalism by subscribing.