What rests just a couple miles from Florida’s white sand Atlantic coast and around the corner from the area’s most attractive real estate is the alluring Port Orange Pavilion. This quiet, breezy shopping district is home to more than 45 businesses that will satisfy your every desire.
Locals are drawn to the Pavilion from miles around to go shopping, dine at its restaurants, or simply for entertainment. While enjoying Florida’s famous sunshine and browsing for sales at the department stores cool off at Cold Stone Creamery and indulge your sweet tooth with some of the best ice cream creations in town.
As the sun sets in the west and neon lights start to glow, the Port Orange Pavilion comes alive. Smooth Jazz and Rock-n-Roll melt into the air and the aroma of grilled fish will tickle your nose. 27 Fathoms is a privately owned restaurant named after a reef off Florida’s East coast. Here they “only serve wild caught fish and utilize as much locally caught seafood as possible.” They also offer live entertainment and a plethora of mouth watering entrees that don’t come from the sea. The shopping center is also home to cultural restaurants such as Italian, Japanese, and American that are sure to delight any palate.
While some may be enjoying their favorite tune over dinner, others can be found resting in the recliners of Hollywood Theaters. With over 14 big screen digital projection rooms, you’ll have plenty of movies to choose from. They even give you a choice between regular and 3-D showings of the same film, to accommodate to your preferences.
So whether you’re looking for a great place to take your family or somewhere with someone special, you cannot go wrong with the Port Orange Pavilion. Plan a night here and I’m sure you’ll see what I mean.