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Outside this train wreck of a bar, a bone chopper gleams in the window...
A late-twenty- through forty-something crowd dances like nobody's watching at this underwater-themed waterfront restaurant and nightclub, with grotto rock walls, aquarium windows and a light-up blue bar...
A party-happy crowd downs crayon-colored rum drinks at this fun Hawaiian-themed bar overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Late-night happy hours (9pm to 1am Monday to Saturday, 4pm to midnight Sunday) are hard to argue with.
Home to the Daytona Beach Film Festival, Daytona's only art-house cinema screens independent and foreign films and serves booze and snacks to your table/highboy/sofa in its intimate screening room.
Constructed in 1937 from coquina shell, this landmark venue with a killer beachfront location stages a free summer concert series and summer outdoor movies. Worth a look.
Under the Cinematique banner, art films screen at the MFC Cinema Six tucked away in the Speedway Business Center, as well as mainstream releases.
Eternally happening, this sporty pub has a zillion TVs, tons of outdoor seating and all the fresh Gulf oysters you can gulp.
Rumors Nite Club & Bar hosts drag shows, karaoke and pool for gay and gay-friendly revelers.
No woman? No cry! Live reggae nightly at this beachfront restaurant by day, bar/club by night.
Regular live music and an impressive collection of automatic weapons on the wall.
Just want a low-key spot to enjoy a beer? Chill over drafts and darts at McK's Tavern .
The reigning dance club, permanently thumping.
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