• Get those taste buds ready for a new experience! Jacksonville’s dining scene is an eclectic hybrid of inspired casual elegance and classic southern comfort, infused with the flavors of the coast and a dash of international flair.
    PICTURED: River City Brewery

    Flavor Of The Coast

    Get those taste buds ready for a new experience! Jacksonville’s dining scene is an eclectic hybrid of inspired casual elegance and classic southern comfort, infused with the flavors of the coast and a dash of international flair.

  • Don't worry about counting calories in Jacksonville. we have restaurants that do it for you.
    Pictured: Seasons 52 Artichoke and Goat Cheese Flatbread

    Taste seasonally-inspired dining choices.

    Don't worry about counting calories in Jacksonville. we have restaurants that do it for you.

  • The Elbow is a collection of bars, venues, restaurants and shops radiating from the corner of Ocean and Bay Street, in the heart of Downtown Jacksonville.
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    The Elbow

    The Elbow is a collection of bars, venues, restaurants and shops radiating from the corner of Ocean and Bay Street, in the heart of Downtown Jacksonville.

  • Open for weekend brunch, week-day lunch and dinner nightly, Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails is a visitor's way to "taste local" in the Southside area.
    Photo Credit: Miguel Emmanuelli , Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails

    We make the choice easy, eat LOCAL.

    Open for weekend brunch, week-day lunch and dinner nightly, Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails is a visitor's way to "taste local" in the Southside area.

  • Enjoy a Sunday brunch while taking in the beautiful views of Jacksonville waterways.
    Pictured: Nippers Beach Grille

    Waterfront views await you.

    Enjoy a Sunday brunch while taking in the beautiful views of Jacksonville waterways.

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617 Ponte Vedra Blvd.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Phone: 904-285-0202

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar is the world’s largest casual dining chain with approximately 2000 locations.

6251 103rd Street
Jacksonville, FL
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Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar is the world’s largest casual dining chain with approximately 2000 locations.

13201 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32225
Phone: 904-220-5823

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar is the world’s largest casual dining chain with approximately 2000 locations.

13201 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32225
Phone: 904-771-0000

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar is the world’s largest casual dining chain with approximately 2000 locations.

843 Lane Ave South
Jacksonville, FL 32205
Phone: 904-378-5445

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar is the world’s largest casual dining chain with approximately 2000 locations.

13201 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32225
Phone: 904-262-7605



Restaurants

Dining options in Northeast Florida range from upscale bistros to down-home fish camps, all infused with warm Southern charm.

Get those taste buds ready for a new delicious experience in the “River City by the Sea.” No other Florida city has more unique flavors than Jacksonville, a melting pot of cultures and tastes, with a thriving culinary culture pioneered by local chefs that have been nationally and internationally trained.

From elegant bistros, to popular chains, fish camps and everything in between, Jacksonville is a destination for food lovers with great taste. In Jax, the term “farm to table,” and even “farm to bar,” is more than just hype. Local restaurateurs are committed to sustainable practices using local seasonal ingredients whenever possible to create delicious menus that showcase the best of Jacksonville and Northeast Florida. Try the local culinary staple, the Mayport Shrimp.


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The Jacksonville Landing Friday Market takes place every Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Market area on the first floor of The Jacksonville Landing. The Friday Market features beautiful displays of art, jewelry, unique gifts and more.

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    $5 Fridays at MOSH

    Every Friday, come to MOSH to enjoy $5 admission and extended hours.

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    Friday, December 19th $500 Cash & Prizes for Ugliest Sweater and Sexiest Santa $3 Ivanabitch Cocktails and $3 Bud Lt and 16oz Bud Live Music: SWIMM

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    Grammy award winning Chris Brown is coming to Jacksonville, Florida which is slated to be his biggest tour yet. The show features August Alsina and a new emerging artist D…

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    Visit Jacksonville

    LIve Music by Jig to a Milestone

    Live music at Fionn MacCool’s by Jig to a Milestone 8 p.m.

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    High Tea at One Ocean

    Offered Daily from November 29th through December 23rd, 2014 Selection of | Gourmet & Herbal Teas & Prosecco Selection of | Assorted Patries and Sandwiches Set in the…

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    Visit Jacksonville

    Synchronized Nightly Tree Light Shows

    Featuring all new light synchronization and music for the 2014 season! The Landing's 56-foot-tree comes alive each evening performing a 10-minute synchronized light show…

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    Daily and evening live performances by local schools, churches and dance groups. Performances take place in front of the 56-foot Christmas tree in the Courtyard during…

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    Grand Opening of Xclusive Xcessive Ladies Night @ Taste!

    Newest upscale Thursday night to hit Jacksonville!! XCLUSIVE XCESSIVE LADIES NIGHT brought to you by Taste!! DJ SHOTGUN spinning the best House, Top 40 Remixes &…

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  • Thursday, December 18, 2014
    Visit Jacksonville

    The Andrew Kennedy Comedy Show @ the Comedy Club of Jacksonville

    Andrew Kennedy headlines five shows over (3) days! Show times: Thurs/Fri/ Sat @ 8:04 pm. and Fri/Sat @ 10:10 pm. Doors ope at 7:00 pm for the early shows and 9:50 pm for…

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