Daytona’s Best Food and Wine Walk

Fall is an exciting time to be at Sea Shells Beach Club, and if you happen to be with us September 19, the Riverfront Food & Wine Walk is a great way to enjoy an afternoon of sampling fine wines and food.

Enjoy an afternoon in historic Downtown Daytona Beach tasting award-winning wines and delicious tapas samplings while strolling through the beautiful Riverfront Shops along the Halifax River.

The Riverfront Food & Wine Walk features live music, giveaways and a special gift for the first 50 ticketed guests to arrive.

While you enjoy your samples, you might just find the perfect gift (no shame if it’s for you) at the many shops and attractions along the Riverfront.

Beach Street Retail Area
Shop locally owned retail stores, savor the unique flavors of authentic eateries and enjoy entertainment and attractions amidst a pretty on-the-water setting.

Attractions
Take in something fun, from the Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory or Daytona Torgugas baseball game to the cultured Cinematique Theatre or the Halifax History Museum, there’s lots to do at the Riverfront.

Downtown Farmer’s Market
Just across the street from the Riverfront Shops is the Daytona Beach Downtown Farmer’s Market, complete with fresh organic fruits and vegetables, bakery items, seafood and local food.

The Riverfront Food & Wine Walk is a great way to get to know Daytona. If you can get your tickets by September 11, ticket price is just $15. After that date, tickets go up to $20 and can be purchased online or at either check-in stations on the day of the event (Cinematique and Plaza Park). Guests must be 21 to participate.

Have you visited any attractions near the Riverfront? Share your recommendations in the comments section.

Victoria Hoffman

A native of New Jersey, Victoria isn't entirely sure how she ended up in Kansas City, but has enjoyed writing, editing, creating, communicating and marketing for high-profile accounts throughout the city ever since. In her spare time, Victoria is an actor (and active) with local community and city theatre.