Where to Eat

If you are looking for a city with surprisingly fantastic restaurants serving world-class food in casual atmospheres, you have found the place! If it's your first time visiting Jacksonville's dining scene you won't be disappointed, and you'll need to plan another trip...immediately.

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What to eat at the Beaches & Mayport:

Seafood of course! Jacksonville’s own Mayport Shrimp is the culinary staple of the region. Enjoy it and other local fresh seafood at unique and delicious spots like North Beach Fish Camp, Eleven South, DoroMarker 32, Azurea at One Ocean, and the Hawkers, Flying Iguana, Sliders Seafood Grill, Culhane's Irish Pub and Mezza.

What to eat at the Southside & Mandarin:

Don’t be fooled, despite the ample presence of nationally known restaurant chains, the Southside also managers to have its own unique flavor with options like MShack at the Town Center, Moxie + Kitchen and Cocktails, Seasons 52, The Capital Grille, III Forks, Ovinte, French Pantry and Wicked Barley Brewing to name a few. For a real Southern Food experience in Jacksonville visit The Potter’s House Soul Food Bistro, you won’t regret it! 

What to eat in Riverside & Avondale:

Welcome to foodies mecca! These historic neighborhoods are putting Jacksonville’s culinary scene on the national map. While visiting be sure to indulge in some of the city’s best restaurants located in the eclectic FivePoints District, on King Street, and in the Shops of Avondale. Don’t miss Black Sheep, Hawkers, Corner Taco, Bread & Board, Hoptinger, Five Points Tavern, 13 Gypsies, Carmines Pie House, Il Desco, The Brick, Pinegrove Market & Deli, Orsay,  Biscottis or The Fox

What to eat in San Marco:

The San Marco Dining District includes some of Jacksonville’s most popular restaurants including TAVERNA, Town Hall, Maple Street Biscuit CompanyRue Saint Marc, Bistro AIX, Kitchen on San Marco, Good Dough, V Pizza, The Bearded Pig and Matthew’s Restaurant.  Enjoy a progressive dinner or visit each restaurant for an unforgettable dining experience in one of Jacksonville’s most beautiful neighborhoods.

What to eat in Downtown:

The city’s core has over 50 restaurants to choose from, anything from food trucks, to casual eateries, to upscale bistros with eclectic menus. While visiting Downtown be sure to enjoy a great meal at BellwetherSuper Food & Brew, NOLA MOCA, Indochine, Burrito GalleryFionn MacCool’s Irish Pub, Olio, River City Brewing Company or the Chart House. Discover what's hot Downtown, download the app today.


#OnlyinJax Fun Facts:

  • There are 19 Chefs from Jacksonville on America’s Best Chefs List.
  • The Jax Food Truckies are on fire! There are 90+ Licensed Food Trucks in Jacksonville.
  • There are 99 ethnic restaurants in Jacksonville.
  • Jacksonville has 30 restaurants offering vegan dishes on their menus.
  • There are 22 restaurants with gluten-free menus in Jacksonville.
  • Jacksonville has 19 locally sourced restaurants. They are all locally owned.

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A & D Buffalo’s

  • 7749 Normandy Blvd
  • Jacksonville, FL  32221
Phone: 904-786-6513

Adam Street Deli & Grill

  • 126 W Adams St
  • Jacksonville, FL  32202
Phone: 904-475-1400


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