Tuesday, September 25th, 2012 at 3:30pm. 271 Views, 0 Comments.
Monday, September 24th, 2012 at 7:49am. 478 Views, 0 Comments.
Most of us don’t need an excuse to go out and enjoy a local ice cream shop, but in case you need one, here are some go-to’s: bad days, good days, beach days, family day, date nights, late nights, rainy days, sunny days, days that end in Y; to try a new flavor, to remember an old favorite, to compare, to splurge, to smile. You are welcome to use any of these or create your own and here is an overview of some Port Orange and Daytona Beach area favorites that will be sure to wet your appetite.
Cinnamon Tree Cafe
1665 Dunlawton Avenue #103
Port Orange, FL 32127 (386) 760-1500
One of Port Orange’s newest dessert and coffee shops, Cinnamon Tree Cafe offers a tranquil and cozy setting for any occasion. Located in the…
Sunday, September 23rd, 2012 at 3:36pm. 294 Views, 0 Comments.
Open for only three months, Mel’s Diner in Port Orange is quickly becoming a local favorite for their delicious breakfast and lunch options as well as their luscious homemade deserts. This family-run business is clean and welcoming with a friendly-diner feel and attentive staff. Try their famous sausage bread consisting of homemade bread stuffed with mild italian sausage, mozzarella cheese, onions and peppers and served with their fresh sausage gravy. Mel’s Diner offers traditional breakfast and lunch options such as pancakes, eggs and your choice of meat, sandwiches and burgers. But they also offer daily specials that are made fresh and not regularly on the menu such as fresh strawberry french toast casserole and the mouth-watering monte-cristo…
Saturday, September 22nd, 2012 at 12:48pm. 366 Views, 0 Comments.
The 17th annual Port Orange Family Days is just around the corner, as Port Orange continues to show why this city is a great place to call home. Running for four days from October 4th through the 7th, Port Orange Family Days is chalked full of events for locals and residents of all ages that celebrate “community spirit and civic pride.” From the community expo and carnival to the all new “Star Search”, this year’s Port Orange Family Days will be fun for the whole family. The best part about this amazing community event is that the expo, parade, and live entertainment are all free making this event a cornerstone of the strength and generosity of the Port Orange Community. Below I will outline some of the Port Orange Family Day events so you can…
Tuesday, September 18th, 2012 at 7:22am. 249 Views, 0 Comments.
When: Friday, September 21st - Sunday, September 23rd
Where: Flagler Avwnue and select locations along the LOOP, New Smyrna Beach
What: Come down to New Smyrna Beach this weekend for some great music and fun as the city hosts its 12th Annual Jazz Festival. The weekend kicks off with a ticketed event at Flagler Tavern on Friday, the 21st from 5:30-7:30pm. The Marc Monteson Quartet will be playing and admission is $15 in advance or $20 at the door. The night rolls on with a free performance by Kayonne Riley and the Downtown Trio at So Napa Grill (3406 S. Atlantic Ave) from 8-11pm.
But this is just the beginning of a wonderful weekend of music. Starting at 11am Saturday, September 22nd there will be a variety of jazz performances at local venues along…
Monday, September 17th, 2012 at 7:35am. 239 Views, 0 Comments.
New homes were listed for sale this past weekend in Port Orange. You can review a few of the addresses and click links to view more Port Orange real estate info below:
1827 Forough Circle, Port Orange, Fl 32128
6052 Sabal Hammock Circle, Port Orange, Fl 32128
6094 Sabal Brook Way, Port Orange, Fl 32128
Are you searching for a specific home in a preferred location in Port Orange? Please contact us with more information about your real estate preferences and we can send you new listings immmediately when available.
Friday, September 14th, 2012 at 3:20pm. 410 Views, 0 Comments.
Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna Beach is a place where art gallerias and fashion boutiques coalesce and create a refined, cultured reflection of the area and its residents. It’s a place where local store owners go to work in flip flops and t-shirts and greet you with a smile and a firm handshake. This red brick strip, which leads directly to the beach, is even a great place for fine dining, or a quick bite.
If you’re visiting the area and don’t have all the necessities for a day at the beach, no problem. Nichols Surf Shop has everything you need. Here you can rent kayaks, surfboards, bikes, baby trailers, and even Hobie Cats, for fun on land and in the water. You can also visit Quiet Flight or Inlet Charley’s for anything from surf wear to…
Thursday, September 13th, 2012 at 7:52am. 232 Views, 0 Comments.
SOLD BY KEVIN KLING! One of the most unique and beautiful homes in Port Orange now has a new owner. 824 Pheasant Run closed on September 11, 2012. The sale price was $700,000.00. This Port Orange estate home boasts over 6100 living sq. ft and almost 10,000 total sq. feet. The amenities and features are endless. For more details about this luxurious Port Orange home visit the 824 Pheasant Run page.
Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 at 4:34pm. 306 Views, 0 Comments.
Yoga as we know it today is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning to join, to unite, or to attach. Yoga is large concept that draws its history from various religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism and takes many different forms as both a physical and mental discipline. In current times, and in Western culture, yoga is used as a form of strength and fitness training, relaxing mental health recovery, and is believed to be beneficial for a variety of health-related issues such as heart conditions, asthma, and even cancer. The Daytona Beach area offers several options for those interested in the healing effects of yoga. Below I will outline a few Ormond Beach yoga, Port Orange yoga and Daytona Beach yoga studios that may help you decide which option is the…
Tuesday, September 11th, 2012 at 11:41am. 169 Views, 0 Comments.
Old Kings Road And Spruce Creek Mound
When: Friday, September 14th, 1:00pm
Where: City's Adult Center Annex, 3738 Halifax Drive, Port Orange
What: Come out and discover some amazing Central Florida history this Friday in Port Orange. Forged from the wilderness by "Gray Eyes," an Indian friend of the Governor of East Florida, the Old King's Road connected St. Augustine with the Dr. Andrew Turnbull colony called the New Smyrna Colony. Dating to the early 1760s, the road runs through Port Orange in two locations, and many of the roads you travel on today were actually part of the Old King's Road! This interesting lecture will leave you inspired by our community’s past and could possibly unveil an unknown history of your Port Orange home location. If…