Grind GastroPub History
A new food revolution has arrived.
Traditionally pubs are drinking establishments with little emphasis placed on the serving of food. The term Gastropub, a portmanteau of gastronomy and pub, originated in the United Kingdom in the late 20th century. It was first coined in 1991 when David Eyre and Mike Belben bought The Eagle pub in Clerkenwell, London and took its food to the next level. The concept of a restaurant in a pub had been born. The Gastropub phenomenon then took off in the United States in the early 1990s as new concepts such as Fords Filling Station, The Spotted Pig, and the Breslin started appearing all over the country.
Not to be outdone Ormond Beach now has a Gastropub to call its own. A truly unique experience, Grind is a gathering place much like a neighborhood pub, offering wonderfully diverse menu options in a warm cozy environment. Leave pretentious at the door and relax while you explore our selections.
Kona Tiki Bar History
If the Island life is more your style wander out back and enjoy the huge Tiki Bar and patio where live music and good times are the norm.
Two totally unique atmospheres the elements of the Gastropub movement and the classic Tiki Bar coalesce brilliantly at Grind Gastropub and Kona Tiki Bar.
What’s more inspiring than hosting your next meeting with the chairman of the board himself, Frank Sinatra & the Rat Pack?
The “Boardroom” at Grind is private, sophisticated and inspirationally themed. This popular room is technologically equipped for all types of meetings and presentations. From private parties to corporate meetings, the “Boardroom” is just what you’re looking for.
The unique atmosphere provided by Vintage will have guests in awe.
With a secret entrance on the Grind Gastropub campus, you will find this hidden treasure will provide exactly what your party is looking for. Whether you’re booking a reception party, an intimate celebration or a business meeting, Vintage offers all the amenities you need.
For larger events you can enjoy two atmospheres molded into one with our Vintage Wine Cellar and Tiki Patio united. These two areas are connected by a private door, allowing a seamless transition from the intimate Cellar to the buzzing Patio. The Tiki Patio is ornately decorated with Tiki lights, dynamic murals, and also has an elevated stage hosting live entertainers daily. This patio can allow for numerous additional seated guests for those groups needing overflow beyond the capacity of the Cellar.