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. The Floridian

    $$ | 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

  • 2. Al's Pizza

    $ | Riverside | Italian

    Although it fits the criteria of a neighborhood pizza joint—cheap, casual, and frequented by locals—this funky-chic pizzeria looks more like...Read More

  • 3. Al's Pizza

    $ | Italian

    The beach locations of this popular restaurant defy all expectations of a neighborhood pizza joint. The menu is fairly predictable; there's...Read More

  • 4. Aunt Catfish's on the River

    $$$ | Seafood

    Don't be surprised if your server introduces herself as your cousin, though you've never seen her before in your life. The silly Southern hospitality...Read More

  • 5. 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

  • 6. Burrito Gallery

    $ | Downtown | American

    Original artwork, mostly by local painters, livens up this otherwise nondescript restaurant, where you can get tasty burritos, tacos, quesadillas...Read More

  • 7. Casa Maya

    $$ | Latin American

    Latin-inspired cuisine abounds in the nation's oldest city, but Casa Maya has created a niche—and passionate following—with fresh, eclectic...Read More

  • 8. Civilization

    $$ | Eclectic

    Eclectic" only begins to describe this wildly popular restaurant with the funny name, throwback policies (cash only), and inventive dishes...Read More

  • 9. Clark's Fish Camp

    $$ | Seafood

    It's out of the way, but every mile will be forgotten once you step inside this former bait shop overlooking Julington Creek. Clark's has more...Read More

  • 10. Daytona Brickyard

    $$ | American

    It's not just the locals who swear that the Brickyard's charbroiled sirloin burgers are the best they've ever tasted—devotees have been known...Read More

  • 11. Ellen's Kitchen

    $ | American

    Ellen's kitchen has been an institution in the area for years, and probably will be for generations, despite several moves, the most recent...Read More

  • 12. European Street Café

    $ | European

    Wicker baskets and lofty shelves brimming with European confections and groceries like Toblerone and Nutella fill practically every inch of...Read More

  • 13. European Street Café

    $ | American

    This colorful, quirky, beer-hall inspired, family-owned eatery is part of a local chain and has a menu with an ambitious list of sandwiches...Read More

  • 14. Gilbert's Underground Kitchen

    $$ | American

    Celebrity Chef Kenny Gilbert opened this eclectic Fernandina Beach eatery after a stint on "Top Chef" brought him national fame. The menu is...Read More

  • 15. J.B.'s Fish Camp and Restaurant

    $$ | Seafood

    Better known simply as J.B.'s, this local landmark is on the eastern shore of the Indian River (i.e., the middle of nowhere). Crowds gather...Read More

  • 16. Keith's Oyster Bar

    $ | Seafood

    At the only open-air seafood bar on the beach, at the entrance of the Cocoa Beach Pier, the main item is oysters, served on the half shell....Read More

  • 17. Lone Cabbage Fish Camp

    $ | Eclectic

    The word "rustic" doesn't even begin to describe this down-home, no-nonsense fish camp restaurant (translation: you eat off paper plates with...Read More

  • 18. New Smyrna Steakhouse

    $$ | Steakhouse

    You could find a fancier place to get your steak on, but why bother? Superb steaks and ribs bring locals and visitors to this dark busy spot...Read More

  • 19. Seafood Atlantic

    $$ | Seafood

    Locals think of this casual waterfront seafood market/eatery as a well-kept secret, but more and more cruise patrons are making their way here...Read More

  • 20. Sticky Fingers

    $ | Southside | Barbecue

    In the South, barbecue joints are a dime a dozen, yet this chain smokehouse manages to stand out year after year. The key is the classic, Memphis...Read More

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