After half-a-day of state-parking and photo-taking we were in need of a good lunch, and so made our way to South Daytona Beach / Port Orange on the recommendation of some kind folk from the Intergoogleweb.
Here is my lovely wench looking out the window from the restaurant. Why is she suddenly a wench? Because we were eating at Captain Morgan's Port Royal Restaurant and Oyster Bar, a pirate themed restaurant of sorts at a quasi-pirate themed resort, but the restaurant is open to the public, had good reviews, and had an amazing view.
Where else can you eat lunch for a moderately reasonable price on the beach with a view like this?
We had Cuban sandwiches with fries followed by caramel apple empanadas with vanilla ice cream. Not the cheapest lunch, but comparable with anything else along the beach and cheaper than many. The food was good, the service was ok, and the location was fantastic. We'd go back if we're in the area. The entire side of the restaurant is picture windows so you can see the beach, which you just can't get any old place.
Fortified with caribbean cuisine, we were ready to head back north and see more sights. First stop? The Daytona Beach Museum of Arts and Sciences, or MOAS...