Best Places to Eat Off the Course in Palm Coast & Flagler County

Golf. Is. Life. However, golf is not edible. For the edible aspects of life, here’s a list of the best places to eat off the course in Palm Coast & Flagler County.

BBQ Lovers

Palm Harbor BBQ Grill

Following a farm-to-table philosophy and serving authentic, Portuguese cuisine, Palm Harbor BBQ Grill is a stop you must make if you’re in the area. The Barbeque Chicken is their most popular dish and they have happy hour specials Monday-Friday.


Captain’s BBQ

Savory southern barbeque. Try the Beef Brisket plate with a side of homemade cornbread. If you’re there in the AM, be sure to sample their delicious BBQ breakfast menu.


Sandwiches + Lite Bites

Vessel Sandwich Company

Grab a “Grown Up” Grilled Cheese and your choice of beverage from the Beer & Shandy menu and settle into the gourmet sandwich shop in the heart of Flagler Beach.


Beach Belly Bob’s

Work on your beach belly with a sandwich from Beach Belly Bob’s. If you’re there for breakfast, try the French Toast Breakfast Sandwich with a cup of Joe to start your day.


Hammock’s Organics

Serving organic coffee and a “light fare” menu, Hammock’s Organics is perfect for breakfast, a snack or lite bites.


Delicious Dinner

The Island Grille

Try the Seared Ahi Tuna while enjoying awesome ocean views. The Island Grille offers a relaxed dining atmosphere with drink specials Monday through Thursday.


Bull Creek Fish Camp

You haven’t truly lived until you’ve tried their Swamp Burger--made with alligator and andouille sausage. The restaurant, bait & tackle shop is open seven days a week from 6am-9pm.


Turtle Shack

Maryland Crab Soup, live music, refreshing beverage and salty air make for one heck of time at Flagler Beach. Turtle Shack is great for weekend entertainment or a weeknight meal with good company.



For Your Sweet Tooth

Here’s a list of where foodies can find the best desserts in Palm Coast. Yes, the best was saved for last. Enjoy!