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R E C O MME ND E D


Speakeasy Central


WALK UP A WOODEN STAIRWAY at the long-standing Flagler Tavern and you’ll find yourself in a speakeasy called The Bounty—and back in the time of Prohibition. Red velvet wallpaper and nautical relics make it easy to imagine yourself living in the 1920s—especially when sipping one of the artfully crafted cocktails, like the Smoked Maple Old Fashioned or the Florida Mule. Not in the mood for time travel? Hang out at Flagler’s intimate rum bar, in its main bar, or on the outside decks. And come hungry: You won’t want to miss dishes from the Michelin-rated chef, who entices taste buds with ingredients like Florida-raised beef and wild-caught seafood.


FLAGLER TAVERN


Little Drug Co. 412 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach / 386-428-9041 / littledrugco.com For more than 90 years, Little Drug Co. has provided impeccable service for all New Smyrna Beach, using traditional techniques and a soda fountain from the 1950s.


Manzano’s Beachside Deli 311 Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach / 386-402-4981 / manzanonsb.com Since 2009, Manzano’s Beachside Deli has offered the finest Boar’s Head products, the freshest New York bread, and the best ingredients in every sandwich from the deli.


NSB Bagels and Burrito Bar 819 SR A1A, New Smyrna Beach / 386-427-1600 / facebook.com/ bagelworldnsb Fast, fresh, friendly eats in NSB. Bagels, sandwiches, and more.


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PATRICK RUDDY


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