Jacksonville

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American
5 reviews
Sleek yet cozy, this hip bistro is as popular with corporate types looking to close a deal as it is with young lovebirds seemingly on the verge of popping the question. — Fodor's
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Italian
5 reviews
Come for a hearty Sunday brunch—desserts are a standout, especially the blueberry-pecan waffles. — Travel + Leisure
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European
4 reviews
This minimalist bistro in Riverside merges traditional French fare with Southern intuition leading to a menu chalk-full of rich and vibrant dishes, most of which are locally-sourced. — Lonely Planet
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American
4 reviews
This fish camp features gators and turtles inside and out. — Gayot
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American
3 reviews
For more than a decade, this has been one of Northeast Florida's most innovative and elegant restaurants. — Gayot
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Steakhouse
4 reviews
Dine with the fashionable food mavens on fusion-y Mediterranean dishes at Aix, whose menu bursts with global flavors. Reservations recommended. — Lonely Planet
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American
3 reviews
These brews come with savory fare and topnotch waterside views. — Gayot
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American
3 reviews
French-country meets new-world flavors in a classically elegant setting. — Gayot
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Italian
2 reviews
Serving seasonal cuisine, heavily influenced by Italy and Spain, and offering a serious list of craft beers and terroir-driven wines, Taverna is locally owned by a husband and wife team — Where
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American
2 reviews
Award-winning cuisine is served against panoramic views of the harbor and marshlands — Where
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American
2 reviews
Handcrafted foods made from the freshest local ingredients, like the Black Hog Farm chicken and dumplings with gnocchi; Mayport shrimp and grits; and steak au poivre with brandy cream sauce. — Where
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Italian
2 reviews
Haute Italian cuisine elegantly served in a minimalist, white tablecloth setting. — Gayot
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Asian
2 reviews
This small local chain tries to re-create an Asian food hawker court à la Singapore — Lonely Planet
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American
2 reviews
Get a taste of the widely-known Salt Life lifestyle with seafood choices like a fresh-tuna "poke bowl," fresh specials, a raw bar and a sushi bar — Where
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American
2 reviews
Imbibe at one of two bars on either end of the building, or dine at a table in a rabbit warren of dining rooms — Where
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American
2 reviews
This rustic fish camp has been serving every imaginable kind of fresh-off-the-boat seafood since 1969 — Where
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American
2 reviews
Named one of the best restaurants in the area, Ocean’s 60 offers fresh seafood selections like scallops, soft-shell crab or blue-crab crusted flounder — Where
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Cafe
2 reviews
A muy caliente spot to celebrate Cuban cuisine and get to the bottom of an icy mojito. — Gayot
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American
2 reviews
A link in the seafood chain with a few added allures. — Gayot
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American
3 reviews
The tongue-in-cheek name of this Southwest-inspired restaurant speaks to the sassy waitstaff and the patrons who frequent it. — Fodor's
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