Jacksonville Restaurants | Food and Beverage Today

Where to Dine 2009 - Jacksonville Resrauranrts

jacksonville restaurants and reviews and chef chris lee in food and beverage today

In This Issue

City Spotlight - Jacksonville

Where to Dine 2009

Jacksonville Restaurants

B

eing on the Florida’s First Coast, they say that Jacksonville is where Florida begins. So it comes to no surprise that seafood is the king in the largest area land mass city in the continental US, and in nearby St. Augustine, the oldest city in the US. Here all types of catch are as fresh as they come, sometimes even making their way straight from the sea, into the restaurant and onto your plate. This is not to say that Jacksonville is a one “Fish” town; Steak, Italian, Asian, Mexican and high end fine dining establishments can all be found in the river city.

jacksonville restaurants, restaurants in jacksonville

On the banks of the St. Johns River there are restaurants that overlook one of the only northern flowing rivers where you can enjoy high-end wines along with your fifty-dollar ribeye. Go a little further and you reach Julington Creek and can taste some of the best and freshest caught seafood in the North Florida Area. They say that the Westside is the best side and they would be right when it comes to some of the best barbeque joints that you will encounter. Your mouth will water for a pulled pork plate from The Pig, or those tasty ribs of New Berlin.

In the middle we have some of the oldest parts of Jacksonville, yet some of the best restaurants. For a classic steak, one always seems to enjoy the food and the atmosphere that The Tree Steakhouse in Mandarin will bring. In the same fashion, Matthews in one of Jacksonville premier eateries and one will not be disappointed by this special occasion restaurant in Historic San Marco.

One of the main attractions when you come to Jacksonville is always the beach, and you will never go hungry while basking in the sun. From corporate restaurants to private snack bars, Jacksonville, Atlantic, Neptune, and Ponte Vedra Beach offer some very diverse and delicious selections. From ten to one hundred dollar check averages, you will be sure to find what you want while doing what you want.

Feature Stories

portland restaurants, food and beverage news

Also in this Issue


chef profiles, restaurant reviews, rising stars, ones's to watch
food and beverage magazine, jacksonville restaurants, chef chris lee

Food and Beverage Today is the #1 Choice of Industry Insiders Online
Covering the Business Side of Food and Wine


Subscribe | Advertise | Write for Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy |

Copyright © 20014 FoodandBeverageToday.com. All Rights Reserved.
Content-type: text/html