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. Matthew's

    $$$ | San Marco | Eclectic

    No one can accuse chef Matthew Medure of resting on his laurels, of which there are many. Widely praised for culinary creativity and dazzling...Read More

  • 2. Ocean 60

    $$$ | Eclectic

    Only a block from the Atlantic Ocean, this lively restaurant, wine bar, and martini room mixes fine dining and a laid-back, beachy atmosphere...Read More

  • 3. Salt

    $$$$ | Eclectic

    The Ritz-Carlton's oceanfront restaurant serves inventive cuisine that utilizes seasonal ingredients. The signature dish is beef tenderloin...Read More

  • 4. bb's

    $$$ | San Marco | American

    Sleek yet cozy, this hip bistro is as popular with corporate types looking to close a deal as it is with young lovebirds seemingly on the verge...Read More

  • 5. 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

  • 6. PLAE

    $$$$ | Eclectic

    PLAE (People Laughing and Eating) has an extensive wine list and an upscale but eclectic menu with French, Asian, and Mediterranean influences...Read More

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