Northeast Coast Restaurants

The ocean, St. Johns River, and numerous lakes and smaller rivers teem with fish, and so, naturally, seafood dominates local menus. Northeast Florida also has fine-dining restaurants, and its ethnic eateries include some excellent Middle Eastern places. And then there are the barbecue joints—more of them than you can shake a hickory chip at.

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  • 1. Collage

    $$$$ | Eclectic

    Tucked away in the Historic District, the 48-seat restaurant highlights local seafood, which, depending on the success of the fishermen, will...Read More

  • 2. The Floridian

    $$ | Modern American

    Although vegetarians flock to this artsy and inspired eatery for the veggie-centric menu, there's plenty to tantalize omnivores as well. Delicious...Read More

  • 3. Bull & Crown Publick House

    $ | Eclectic

    A replica of an 18th-century "publick house," this open-air pub on busy St. George Street is a great spot for people-watching. The menu has...Read More

  • 4. Café Alcazar

    $$ | Café

    Housed in the magnificent Lightner Museum—formerly the luxurious Hotel Alcazar in its 1890s incarnation—this lovely little lunch spot sits where...Read More

  • 5. Casa Maya

    $$$ | Latin American

    Everything is made from scratch here, from the sauces and marinades to the mixers for unique cocktails such as the cucumber jalapeño margarita...Read More

  • 6. Columbia

    $$$ | Spanish

    Befitting its Cuban and Spanish cuisine, this historic restaurant evokes an airy villa, thanks to a white-stucco exterior and an interior atrium...Read More

  • 7. Michael's

    $$$$ | Mediterranean

    Mediterranean-style tapas are the specialty here, highlighted by dishes such as grilled oysters and goat cheese terrine layered with sun-dried...Read More

  • 8. O'Steen's

    $$ | Seafood

    Across the Bridge of Lions from downtown, this hole-in-the-wall restaurant is recognizable for the line of customers who wait patiently for...Read More

  • 9. O.C. White's Seafood & Spirits

    $$$ | Seafood

    In the circa-1791 General Worth house across from the marina, this bustling little spot has a homey feel with a balanced clientele of locals...Read More

  • 10. Salt Life Food Shack—St. Augustine Beach

    $$ | Seafood

    Across from the St. Augustine Pier, this lively, family-friendly lunch and dinner spot attracts surfers and other local or vacationing beachgoers...Read More

  • 11. St. George Tavern

    $ | American

    Although they serve food (sandwiches, mostly), the appeal of this joint is that, in a city of historic re-creations, this is the real deal:...Read More

  • 12. Sunset Grille

    $$ | Seafood

    They take their chowders seriously in St. Augustine, and many will tell you Sunset Grille's is the best—so good that it's poured over french...Read More

  • 13. Terra & Acqua

    $$ | Italian

    Homemade pasta, fresh seafood, and brick-oven pizzas are just some of the delights attracting locals and tourists alike to this casual Italian...Read More

  • 14. The Bunnery Bakery & Café

    $ | Café

    Hidden among the art galleries and trinket shops of St. George Street is this cozy little restaurant, which is very popular at breakfast and...Read More

  • 15. Salt Water Cowboy's

    $$ | American

    Rustic handmade twig furniture and 100-year-old hardwood floors are reminders that this spot, hidden in the salt marshes flanking the Intracoastal...Read More

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