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. Biscottis

    $$$ | American

    The local artwork on the redbrick walls is a mild distraction from the crowds jockeying for tables here at brunch, lunch, and dinner. The menu...Read More

  • 2. Bistro Aix

    $$$ | San Marco | French

    Named after the French city (pronounced simply "X"), this sophisticated bistro-bar's leather booths, 1940s brickwork, and intricate marbled...Read More

  • 3. Heidelberg

    $$$ | German

    As the name suggests, the cuisine here is definitely German, from the sauerbraten served with potato dumplings and red cabbage to the beef Stroganoff...Read More

  • 4. Keith's Oyster Bar

    $ | Seafood

    This open-air seafood bar on the beach, at the entrance of the Cocoa Beach Pier, serves oysters on the half shell. You can also grab a cajun...Read More

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