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Break-Awayz at the Beach, Flagler Beach

Break-Awayz at the Beach

819 N Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Beach, FL 32136

Avg. Rating

3.86 out of 5
Service
3.86 out of 5
Atmosphere
Rating: 77% - 7 Reviews

Total

3.86
3.86 out of 5

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Break-Awayz Details

  • Cuisines: American, Tapas
  • Phone: (386) 439-7700
  • Address:

    819 N Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Beach, FL 32136

  • Hours:

    Mon-Thurs: 4pm-12am
    Fri-Sat: 12:00 pm - 2:00 am
    Sun: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

  • Price Range: $$$
  • Payment: All major credit cards
  • Alcohol Served: Beer/Wine 
  •   Break-Awayz Menu
  • Dog friendly

 Moved to the area from Long Island, wow what a surprise. The waiter recommended a tangerine beer and food was unreal. Never expected this... it's on my... read more!

Review of Break-Awayz by Bruno from Beverly Beach

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  1. Review by Henry, Daytona 6/7/2019
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    Nice little beach bar hangout with fun atmosphere. Food is really good here and loved everything we ordered. Staff were very friendly but service was slow. Quite an expansive beer list but would be great if they had cocktails.

        Henry recommends Break-Awayz
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  1. Review by A. Maxwell, Beverly Beach 12/9/2018
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    Basically a bar but I don't drink. I'm local, so I eat there sometimes. Their Beef Sliders are very good, their Nachos are dried to death, and they will put Cilantro on it if you don't tell them NOT to - yuck-- unheard of !

    I tried the Tuna Sliders, ehh fair. Ice Tea only fair. Mostly for the 30-something local/tourist beer lovers. I have never seen such unorganized wait service, even after a year. One night I had three different people before the food arrived. Not the place if you want a good meal. The indoor bar seems dirty, I always eat outside.

        Not recommended
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  1. Review by RCS, Palm Coast 9/28/2016
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    Went there with friends a month ago. Had read the great reviews. The food wasn't much at all... very limited menu. Probably good for the pub goers. Many different beer varieties. However, if one wants a good meal with his beer, best pick another local.

        Not recommended
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  1. Review by Bruno, Beverly Beach 9/4/2016
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    Moved to the area from Long Island, wow what a surprise. The waiter recommended a tangerine beer and food was unreal. Never expected this... it's on my list of favorites.

        Bruno recommends Break-Awayz
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  1. Review by JaxTC, Flagler 9/1/2016
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    The staff and service at Break-Awayz are always excellent. The menu far exceeds expectations. The specials change continually and are a great complement to the menu-favorites such as the Mahi Bites. Enjoy your beer and wine while overlooking the Atlantic and playing some cornhole on A1A.

        JaxTC recommends Break-Awayz
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  1. Review by Carol Paulton, Palm Coast 3/25/2015
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    My favorite place to hang out on the beach. Great food (and I mean GREAT). Lots of fun.

        Carol Paulton recommends Break-Awayz
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  1. Review by Teresa Giorgio, Flagler Beach 10/28/2014
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    Unexpected surprise! Ive come in the past for the diverse collection of craft beers along with the live weekend entertainment and laid back atmosphere. I've had the blackboard specials before, and they were always pretty darn good (including fresh grouper tacos). During my last visit I perused the menu, which I assumed was average bar fare.To my delighted surprise I found portobella mushroom stuffed with smoked fish dip. Very yummy, and large enough for an entree! I also stumbled upon the red roasted peppers with creamy goat cheese and fresh basil, wrapped in luscious salty prosciutto. At this point I moved from my chocolatey, coffee infused Milk Stout to a steel aged chardonnay, then UH-MAZING house Pinot Noir which was full, rich, ripe and bold.Btw, it was Nick my server who, in collaboration with the new chef, recommended these wine pairings. I finished off this banquet of a meal with Breakawayz secret weapon, the Tuxedo Bomb. Holy smokes this desert killed! Despite being full I just had to finish this chocolatey goodness with decadent creamy mousse.

    Sigh. In retrospect my only err in judgement was not getting a bomb to go!yum city.one of my new favorite places that on top of the pluses, had a kitchen open til 10 on a Sunday night. Cant beat it with a stick (or a tuxedo bomb)!

        Teresa Giorgio recommends Break-Awayz
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