Beer, Wine & Spirits in Atlantic Beach


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  • Island Grove Wine Company
    When Island Grove Ag Products found that they had blueberries that weren't able to be used for fresh produce, winemaker Chase Marden stepped in and, to the delight of all, started turning the berries into "Kinda Dry", "Sorta Sweet" and a Blueberry Moscato wine. Now, he runs the Island Grove Wine Company at its 10,000-square-foot winery, pressing the fruit of his labor into a lineup of vinos made from blueberries, strawberries, apples, raspberries, blackberries, and peach. While visiting the winery, guests can participate in free tastings held throughout the week, tour the facility, and stock up on bottles filled with wine from tanks just steps from the fields from which they were harvested.
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    24703 Southeast 193rd Avenue
    Hawthorne, FL US
  • North Beach Bistro
    North Beach Bistro is more than a restaurant?it's a legacy. The upscale eatery was the vision of renowned chef Tony Pels, who trained with culinary giants such as Wolfgang Puck and Michel Richard, and chef David Seavey, whom Pels mentored for 15 years at the Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa. Pels passed away only two months before the restaurant's opening in June of 2008, leaving executive chef Seavey to carry on his tradition of culinary creativity and generosity. Spurred on by this responsibility, Seavey combines the freshest ingredients with a genuine love for his fellow Floridians. The Jacksonville native crafts hearty and flavorful surf 'n' turf entrees such as the bistro bouillabaisse with Mayport shrimp, sea scallops, mussels, calamari, and fresh fish or chargrilled Black Angus ribeye with sauteed mushrooms and port wine sauce. Reddish-gold fixtures in the bar emanate light that's as warm and welcoming as the chef himself. DJs and live music keep the space vibrant, and the dining room's wood floors and spot-lit art give it an air of sophistication. Weekly trivia nights arm guests with knowledge that makes an ideal conversation starter or helps pass the time while stuck in an elevator with Ken Jennings.
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    725 Atlantic Blvd.
    Atlantic Beach, FL US
  • Taste At 645 Atlantic
    Taste! at 645 Atlantic's confectionary crafters whip up a sweet cornucopia of distinctive cupcakes in an array of gourmet flavors. Bipartisan sweet and savory enthusiasts can delight in the established and widely accepted union of the Chocolate Bacon Kupcake ($1.95), great for early desserts or late breakfasts. Shoo away summer heat with the tongue-cooling delight of the Strawberry Lemonade Kupcake ($1.95), or complete any meal with the Carrot Kupcake ($1.95), which endorses its eponymous veggie with a stylish wrapper and a frosting homage. Taste! at 645 Atlantic's enthusiastic bakers also welcome special orders, including gluten-free, sugar-free, or mummy-curse-free requests.
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    645 Atlantic Blvd
    Atlantic Beach, FL US
  • CF Media
    At Jaxtoberfest, it's easy to eat bratwurst and drink beer casually—or competitively. The German-themed festival's brat-eating contest tests participants' stomach capacity, whereas the 5K Beer Run challengs runners to down brews at "chug stations" lining the race course. Revelers can also test their wits in games of oversize beer pong, beer barrel racing, and stein hoisting. Classic Bavarian music complements the games and food, providing an ideal backdrop for chicken dancing and polka. The family-friendly event also hosts fall-themed activities for kids, such as pumpkin bowling and pumpkin painting.
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    691 1st St. N
    Jacksonville Beach, FL US
  • Engine 15 Brewing Co.
    Engine 15 Brewing Co.'s beginnings go back a long time—to the year 1988, when college freshman Luch Scremin took a stab at brewing his own beer. Bereft of the Internet, he spied a brewing kit in an old issue of Popular Mechanics. His first creations weren't noteworthy, but that’s beside the point. After attending the Siebel Institute, he got a job in the airline industry, which afforded the opportunity to travel the world and sample its many exceptional beers. Both matured and inspired by the experience, Luch met some business partners in 2008, and Engine 15 Brewing Co. soon followed. Today, the craft brewery's creations reflect the values symbolized by Luch's 1962 Ford Fire Engine—time-tested know-how, determination, and camaraderie. At Engine 15's brewpub, taps spew forth original drafts such as the (904) Weissguy, a Bavarian-style hefeweizen whose cloudy body contains notes of clove, orange, and coriander. These stalwart drafts, plus seasonal creations such as the sweet-potato brown ale, grace the brewpub menu on a rotating basis, with current offerings scrawled on a blackboard or across the foreheads of dedicated waiters. Along with drawing drinks from Engine 15's freshest kegs, bartenders also pour beers from other well-respected craft breweries, such as Left Hand, Dogfish Head, and Southern Tier. Not one to forget his roots, Luch also teaches other hopeful beer barons through hands-on Brew Your Own tutorials. With his guidance, guests brew four 22-ounce-bottle cases of styles such as raspberry wheat and oak-aged imperial stout.
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    1500 Beach Blvd. #217
    Jacksonville Beach, FL US
  • Lynch's Irish Pub
    Find old friends or make new ones at Lynch's Irish Pub — this welcoming Irish bar is a solid hangout. If you're looking for low-fat food, look elsewhere. If you're looking for great-tasting food, come to Lynch's Irish Pub. Toast your evening out at Lynch's Irish Pub with a glass of beer or wine from their lengthy drink list. Families will feel right at home at Lynch's Irish Pub with its kid-friendly menu and atmosphere. Happy hour at Lynch's Irish Pub is filled with deals and steals. Lynch's Irish Pub offers patio seating in the warmer months. At Lynch's Irish Pub, your large or small party can easily enjoy a meal. Don't be shy — step out on the restaurant dance floor and soak up the sound of live music. Between the music and the crowds, Lynch's Irish Pub's noise levels can be intense. Bring your favorite furball along to Lynch's Irish Pub — it has a dog-friendly policy and keeps its doors open to pooches. Weeknights are busy for Lynch's Irish Pub, so call ahead and make a reservation if you can. Leave the fancy duds at home — patrons at the restaurant dress informally. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Lynch's Irish Pub's cooking from the comfort of their own home. You'll also find plenty of safe spaces to lock up your bike if you prefer to cycle to the restaurant. Affordable food or tasty food? Lynch's Irish Pub doesn't make you choose.
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    514 1st St N
    Jacksonville Beach, FL US
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