Thursday, April 4, 2013

Restaurants at amelia island florida

Restaurants at amelia island, florida

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Pull up a chair and enjoy succulent seafood after a day spent exploring all Amelia Island has to offer. Casual eateries permeate the landscape near the waterfront of this island located at the northern tip of Florida's Atlantic coast. Grab a sandwich or light meal and dance the night away at a waterfront restaurant and bar. Please your palate with an entree of fresh seafood and seasonal fruit at an upscale dining establishment with views of passing boats and flowing palm trees.

  1. Barbara Jean's

    • Dine on succulent lobster at Amelia Island restaurants.

      Barbara Jean's offers traditional southern cuisine and local produce. This Amelia Island restaurant is so well known for its crab cakes that the popular breaded dish was once highlighted on the Tonight Show by Jay Leno, says the restaurant's website. A friendly and casual dining environment and an outdoor eating area with views of the water invite patrons to "stay awhile" and chat or walk around the grounds after a hearty meal. Baking begins at the crack of dawn, and includes "from scratch" whipped cream and three different types of bread dough. Menu items include a coastal platter consisting of crab cakes, fired shrimp and a fried fish fillet, tuna steaks, salmon, catfish, coconut shrimp and New York strip steak. Barbara Jean's serves lunch and dinner daily, and breakfast on the weekends.

      Barbara Jean's

      960030 Gateway Boulevard

      Amelia Island, FL 32034


    Beech Street Grill

    • Enjoy a seafood salad while watching the sunset.

      Change out of the casual beachwear for the evening and enjoy a fine dining experience at the Beech Street Grill. Glance at the blackboard on the way to your table for a listing of the daily specials. An extensive wine list and live music three days a week make this Amelia Island restaurant a one-stop location for both nourishment and entertainment. An Old South-style mansion, complete with a spacious veranda greets guests upon arrival. A slow and elegant pace, enhanced by the towering palm trees and hanging Spanish Moss sets the scene for an evening filled with tantalizing dishes and top label glasses of wine. Menu items include seared tuna with Ponzu soy glaze, creole spicy shrimp, gumbo, scallops, Chilean sea bass, grouper, crab and lobster. The Beech Street Grill serves both lunch and dinner daily.

      Beech Street Grill

      801 Beech Street

      Fernandina Beach

      Amelia Island FL 32034


    Brett's Waterway Cafe

    • Have a light lunch before hitting the beach.

      Brett's Waterway Cafe, located in the heart of the cultural district, offers plate filling steaks, fresh seafood and decadent desserts. Enjoy a romantic sunset dinner while listening to the waves cracking against the nearby pier. Menu items include fried green tomatoes, buffalo shrimp salad, fried shrimp, grilled salmon, shrimp and grits with red eye gravy, fish tacos and half pound hamburgers. Side dishes include sweet potato salad, fresh locally grown fruit and cheese grits. Hold off hunger pangs with something from the appetizer menu. Meal starters include calamari, spinach queso dip, shrimp bisque and pulled pork fritters. A full bar offers libations during both lunch and dinner hours, and includes the house specialty, martinis.

      Brett's Waterway Cafe

      One South Front Street

      Amelia Island, FL 32034



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