The chefs at Ship 2 Shore Seafood & Steaks fry, grill, broil, or blacken fine meals using highest quality ingredients from land and sea. Aquatic hankerings can be sated quickly without eating a child's sandcastle by ordering the mussels appetizer, which chefs free from rocks before sautéing ($8.99). The seafood trio lets diners collate a three-piece dream-squad from options such as shrimp, scallops, oysters, clam strips, and fish ($15.99; $12.99 for seniors), while the 16-ounce T-bone steak delights carnivores with a slab of high-quality certified Angus beef ($19.99). Kids' meals proffer a smattering of shrimp, clam strips, corn dogs, or mac 'n' cheese ($4.99 each) that tots can nosh from the safety of their under-the-table forts, while homemade peanut-butter pies end dinners on a sweet note ($2.99/slice).
San Jose Mexican Grill touts a lunch and dinner menu of toothsome, tortilla-clad sensations prepared with authentic south-of-the-border flavors. Awaken a passive palate with some spicy queso con jalapeño ($2.99) before mowing down midday hunger with the reigning champion Lunch #1, which includes a taco, chili relleno, guacamole salad, an edible Olympic medal, and refried beans ($5.79). Appetites out for a bigger bite can pluck taste-bud-pleasing plates from the Los Favoritos list, which includes chimichangas ($9.29) and the house specialty Guadalajara with sautéed carne azada and garlic shrimp served beside salad, rice, beans, and a flotilla of flour tortillas ($13.99). Architecturally inclined patrons can dig in to a personal combination platter made from classic contrivances such as chalupas, enchiladas, and more ($7.99 for two items, $8.99 for three), and more laissez-faire fellows will find predetermined feasts that include uber-spicy camarones à la diabla ($11.99) and a variety of strictly veggie dinners ($7.19 each).
Dick’s quickly silences grumbling bellies with a menu of tasty grilled edibles and a tongue-tingling variety of spicy twists. Fried pickles ($4.29), buffalo shrimp ($7.49), or wings in 365 available flavors ($8.99/10) engage mouths as guests wait for the main attraction—half-pound burgers, whose meatslabs are hand-pressed and grilled to order over the heat of omnipresent flame decals. Bacon, swiss, and lettuce enrobe the Squealin' Cheeser burger ($7.59), whereas sautéed mushrooms sit proudly atop the Shroomer burger ($7.59) and a trio of cheddar, american, and jack adorn the Three Cheeser ($7.59). All burgers come with a choice of steak fries or waffle fries and can be sharpened with any of Dick’s 365 sauce blends ($0.59 additional). Before strolling over to the nearby beach to squash sandcastles, diners can clog their molars with chunks of deep-fried Oreos ($3.99), a chocolate tribute to the hamburger and a smooth ending to a spicy ride.
FernanDeli builds tall, hearty sandwiches and meat-stuffed wraps for extra-hungry hoagie hankerers, using roast beef, turkey, and pastrami made in-house. FernanDeli's menu begins with a full lineup of wraps such as the Tuscan portabella, with its mouth-watering mélange of marinated mushrooms, Italian seasoning, provolone, and pesto mayonnaise ($6). The foot-long subs (all $7.50) offer 30.48 centimeters of deliciousness such as the bovinesque French dip, comprised of thinly sliced rib-eye blanketed in melted swiss. Herbivores can stick to earthly bites with the garden salad, a fusion of greens, onion, egg, carrots, cucumbers, and your choice of dressing ($4.50). Although each sandwich is served in charitable portions, those with herculean hunger can attempt to tackle the Superman, a beastly grinder with one pound of pastrami, pepper-jack cheese, and two full dill pickles on toasted rye ($13). Eat it by yourself or divide it into meal-worthy slices to share with the cast of The View.
Doo Wop Diner sates hungry hoards with a menu brimming with classic favorites for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a kitschy 1950s-style eatery. Greet the sun with a soul-bolstering philly cheesesteak omelet ($8.99) or a toasty belgian waffle ($7.99), or calm midday stomach moans with a Bandstandwich, such as the Reuben or meat-loaf sandwich ($8.99 each). A Hot Rod burger, which boasts two types of cheese ($9.99), fuels protoplasmic engines more effectively than a potentially dangerous gasoline transfusion. For evening nosh-fests, patrons can explore a bevy of hearty entrees, including pastas, loaded salads, and meaty helpings. Reenact the first Happy Days Thanksgiving without shattering your elbow bone on an unplugged jukebox with a plate of roast turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce ($9.99), or tongue dive into a basket of fish ’n’ chips ($7.99).
With its ocean-abutting locale and umbrella-shaded beach seating, Sandy Bottoms combines tempting surf 'n' turf with the relaxing backdrop of the Amelia Island seashore. The varied menu siren calls with starters such as quesadillas ($7–$12) and fried Krabby Bites ($8). The eatery’s arsenal of fishy dishes, including mahi-mahi ($14) and the hearty seafood platter with fish, shrimp, scallops, and oysters ($24), diverts mouth while ambidextrous toes construct miniature sand castles under beach-planted tables. With three bars assembling a wealth of beverages, guests can indulge in thirst-quenchers that complement each dish, from the Texican burger and its ensemble of chili, cheese, and jalapenos ($9.50) to a grilled-scallop po' boy ($11).