Food & Drink in Jacksonville

43% Off Bistro Cuisine at European Street Cafe

Multiple Locations

$20 $11.49

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Cooks grill German sausages and incorporate such international ingredients as tabbouleh, prosciutto, and melted brie into sandwiches

Up to 45% Off at St. Johns Seafood & Steaks

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

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Surf 'n' turf menu of certified Angus beef, shrimp, fish, and gator tail

Up to Half Off Upscale Dining at Celeb's Corner Kitchen

Downtown

$20 $11

Start the day with corned beef hash or pork patties, or enjoy lunch with crab alfredo or smothered shrimp and grits with fresh fruit

$11 for Italian Food at Vino’s Pizza Grill House

Vino's Pizza Old Baymeadows

$20 $11

Homemade marinara sauce adorns New York–style pizzas and Italian pasta dishes such as lasagna and baked ziti

Up to Half Off Cookie Cake or Gourmet Cookies

Southside

$37.99 $19

Bakers hand-decorate 13-inch cookie cakes; one-dozen cookies in flavors such as white-chocolate pecan, oatmeal raisin, and snickerdoodle

Up to 44% Off Thai Cuisine at Lemongrass

Deerwood Village Shopping Center

$25 $15.50

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Eatery honored by Jacksonville Magazine and Folio Weekly plates coconut curries, ginger salad, and filet mignon rubbed with Thai spices

Half Off Coffee and Sandwiches at Tapestry Café

Windy Hill

$21 $10

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Breakfast omelets and waffles paired with coffee precede lunch and dinner sandwiches filled with Boar’s Head meats

Up to Half Off Live Music and Drinks at Burro Bar

Downtown Jacksonville

$40 $20

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With craft beer from Bold City Brewery or Green Room Brewing or glasses of house wine in hand, guests listen to live music

$10 for Burgers and Sandwiches at Hamburger Mary’s

St. Nicholas

$20 $10

Diners use charming mismatched dinnerware to dig into colossal burgers with toppings such as mac 'n' cheese and over-medium eggs

Up to 58% Off Breakfast, Lunch, or Smoothie

Atlantic Beach

$14 $7

Nutritional food available all day, such as wraps & made-from-scratch organic açaí bowls, plus traditional and Greek-yogurt smoothies

Half Off at Orange Tree Hot Dogs

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Hot dogs made from secret family recipes are the foundation for many toppings, such as coleslaw, chili, and onion sauce

Up to 40% Off Tapas or Brunch at Tres Leches Eatery

Riverside

$40 $25.25

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Spanish-inspired dishes such as tapas and paella, or hearty weekend brunch or catering

50% Off Hookah Package at The Tent Hookah Lounge

Park Ridge

$42 $21

Lounge transports guests to palm-lined shores of Mediterranean with Middle Eastern cuisine and wisps of fragrant flavored hookah smoke

Up to 50% Off at On & Poppin' East Coast Gourmet Popcorn Co.

Baymeadows

$10 $5

Family-owned business's housemade popcorn comes in more than 20 flavors, including green apple, cinnamon spice, and garlic parmesan

Half Off Upscale Cuisine at Corner Bistro and Wine Bar

Jacksonville

$40 $20

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500+ wines from world over accompany bistro cuisine such as braised short ribs in white-chocolate-gorgonzola cream sauce

Up to Half Off at 3 Lions Sports Pub & Grill

Oceanway

$39.98 $21

Brick-lined pub broadcasts American football and overseas soccer games while serving American and British eats

Up to 54% Off Beer Flight at Culhane's Irish Pub

Atlantic Beach

$24 $12

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Each fight offers four 7 oz. pours of beer selection that changes seasonally in an authentic Irish pub

Up to 45% Off Continental Cuisine at Ocean 60

Atlantic Beach

$50 $29

Dine on creative chef's specials such as diver-shot grouper, seafood risotto, and steak within a tropical-inspired beachside environment

$10 for Sandwiches at Bongiorno’s Philly Steak Shop

North Beach

$20 $10

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Philly cheesesteaks assembled from Amoroso’s rolls and meat shipped from South Jersey

48% Off at Dwight's Bistro

Jacksonville Beach

$40 $21

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Extensive wine list accompanies European bistro cuisine, including escargot, handmade pasta, quail, and sea scallops

50% Off at Old Florida Fish Camp and Seafood Shack

Jacksonville Beach

$10 $5

Fresh fish, shrimp and oyster sandwiches served at a waterfront Island seafood restaurant

Up to 53% Off Irish Food at McGarvey's Wee Pub

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

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The diverse menu features Irish and American classics to enjoy while watching sports on big screens or live bands that play on weekends

Up to 53% Off Wine and Café Food at The Blue Goose

St. Marys

$40 $19

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Red and white wines from Napa, Italy, Argentina, and New Zealand pair with café dishes ranging from cheese plates to goat-cheese sandwiches

50% Off Soul Food at Caribbean Sol Cafe

Treasure Beach

$8 $4

Southern and soul food dishes such as homemade empanadas, Jamaican patties, and burritos

Up to 50% at South-A-Philly Steaks & Hoagies

St. Augustine

$10 $6

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Par-baked bread shipped from South Jersey and Cheez Whiz top Philly cheesesteaks for a painstakingly authentic sandwich

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Though Brucci's Pizza owner Bruce Jackson was born in Syracuse, New York, his grandparents hail from Italy, and he grew up feasting on Italian recipes that had been passed down through generations. At his restaurant, the chefs follow the same timeworn recipes as his grandparents when dishing up Italian favorites with a New York–style flair. They whip up lasagna layered with meatballs and italian sausage, grill paninis, and hand-toss housemade dough for pizzas, strombolis, and calzones. Their specialty pies include the Brooklyn—topped with diced tomatoes and fresh basil—and the Syracuse Stuffer—laden with sausage, beef, pepperoni, and ham, as well as green peppers, onions, and mushrooms.

But Brucci's Pizza is more than just an eatery—it's also a gathering place. In addition to weekly specials, the three locations host regular events. The Ponte Vedra and Fruit Cove locations host a Monday kids' night, and the West Beaches location facilitates live music twice a week, played by bands that are not made up of animatronic rodents. The chefs also issue a standing challenge: if any guest can devour a double-thick, 16-inch Fuhgeddaboudit pizza—smothered in seven toppings and gobs of extra cheese—within an hour, it's on the house.

13500 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville,
FL
US

At TherapyWorks of Jacksonville, relaxation is only a side effect. The therapist-s main goals for treatments are more medically minded: treatment of injuries, pain relief, stress reduction, and improved quality of life for their clients. Founder James R. Lehman leads the team of licensed massage therapists and physical therapists, whose services cover common massage modalities, such as deep tissue and Swedish, as well as more specialized neuromuscular and orthopedic work. These therapists personalize each appointment to address a number of rehabilitative concerns, including relief for chronic neck and back tension, automobile and sports injuries, and the weight-bearing aches associated with pregnancy or watermelon smuggling.

All three TherapyWorks clinics strive to craft goal-oriented regimens for their visitors, focusing on concrete outcomes rather than merely suppressing symptoms. They also accept most insurance plans, provided patients have a physician's prescription for treatment.

9446 Philips Hwy
Jacksonville,
FL
US

Tonino's Trattoria serves up traditional Roman-style cuisine culled from the sauce-saturated pages of owners Tonino and Angela's family cookbook. Diners who like their dinner as flat and vegetated as our planet will appreciate Tonino's array of inventive pizzas ($8.95–$17.95) crafted with fresh, homemade sauce and dough. Fork devotees can bask in a baked dish, such as lasagna or ravioli, or ogle the restaurant's pasta selection, which is extensive enough to lasso Italy's entire indigenous meatball population. Fettuccine puttanesca ($12.95) invites utensils to swirl through a ballroom of chopped olives, capers, mushrooms, bell peppers, and anchovies, polished with spicy marinara. Tonino's also pleases tipplers with a substantial selection of imported wines, beers, and a full bar.

7001 Merrill Rd
Jacksonville,
FL
US

At Cocina Latin American Fusion, sweet flavors tickle the tongue just as often as fiery ones cause it to tingle. Fruit-based marinades flavor several meats, such as grilled jumbo shrimp in house lime sauce, a guava barbecue-glazed pork chop, and mango chicken, which is prepared by finding and cracking open a perfectly egg-shaped mango. The menu derives its dishes from several countries—paella entrees evoke the tastes of Spain, for example, whereas a chili-dusted sirloin steak boasts a Cuban mojo sauce. Regardless of their origins, each seafood, chicken, and beef specialty pairs well with sides of sweet plantains. And on Sundays, patrons can intersperse bites of brunch plates with chilled sips of Morisonado, a mix of orange juice, milk, and cinnamon.

The live entertainment on weekends mirrors the diversity of the restaurant's cuisine. On Fridays, Latin jazz lilts through the space. Saturdays feature piano performances, and guitarists take the stage on Sundays to strum Spanish tunes.

311 3rd St N
Jacksonville Beach,
FL
US

The acclaim for Wild Wing Cafe's wings is almost as wide ranging as the various inspirations behind its 30+ wing sauces. Readers of Augusta magazine and the Charleston City Paper routinely vote the wingery to the top of those publications’ Best Wings lists. Beyond that, countless magazines, newspapers, and "Best Of" lists from Knoxville to Myrtle Beach praise the delicious bites of sweet meat. Much of the praise is heaped on the unique glazes, which include everything from the mesquite-tinged Ol’ Smokey to the honey-lime-cilantro trifecta of the Loco Bueno. With orders ranging from 8-piece plates to 50-piece platters, diners can feast on wings or use them as appetizers. Once wing-satiation sets in, diners can explore the rest of the restaurant's all-American menu that, unlike a good space suit, is made up of sloppy joes, ribs, burgers, and potato skins.

4555 Southside Blvd
Jacksonville,
FL
US

The tables inside The Good Food Company’s 150-seat dining room are filled with artful meals that pile up as mini sculptures on plates drizzled with sauce. Though the menu changes seasonally, it’s sure to highlight inventive flavor combinations such as their lamb with whole grain mustard in a merlot vanilla reduction. Lighter lunch fare comes in such forms as clam chowder with yukon gold potatoes and a burger whose meat is freshly processed in-house. Behind the 18-seat bar, a wine connoisseur fills glasses with an extensive list of squeezed grapes.

Additionally, the chefs freeze a menu of take-and-bake entrees made from organic and seasonal ingredients whenever possible, from chicken or beef pot pie to scoops of mac 'n' cheese. Each dish comes in a variety of sizes, such as a medium portion, which serves four to five diners, or a large tray, which sates the appetites of six to eight people or 0.4 Mark McGwires.

13475 Atlantic Blvd
Jacksonville,
FL
US