Restaurants in Saint Marys

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

St. Marys

$40 $19


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

52% Off Dinner Fare at Lime Leaf Thai Restaurant

Windy Hill

$25 $12


Chefs craft dishes from pad thai to pan-seared Chilean sea bass within a quaint, tangerine-hued eatery

43% Off Bistro Cuisine at European Street Cafe

Multiple Locations

$20 $11.49


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


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

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


$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 44% Off Thai Cuisine at Lemongrass

Deerwood Village Shopping Center

$25 $15.50


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


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

$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


$40 $25.25


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

Half Off Upscale Cuisine at Corner Bistro and Wine Bar


$40 $20


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


$39.98 $21

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

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


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

48% Off at Dwight's Bistro

Jacksonville Beach

$40 $21


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

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


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

Select Local Merchants

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.

17 South 8th Street
Fernandina Beach,

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.

474313 E State Road 200
Fernandina Beach,

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).

1120 S 14th St
Amelia Island,

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).

2910 Atlantic Avenue
Fernandina Beach,

Horizons Continental Cafe owner and head chef Courtney Thompson unleashes Asian and Italian influences on a menu of continental fare. Like passengers on the world's slowest merry-go-round, dishes step in and out of rotation weekly, keeping the menu stocked with surprises. Lunchtime yields café fare such as grilled paninis and seafood salads, and during dinner, chefs typically simmer fish fillets and steak in savory wine sauces. Horizons' catering services can craft a customized menu for an off-property event or allow access to the second-floor dining area for an intimate hang-glider-launch event.

4828 First Coast Hwy
Fernandina Beach,

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).

463797 State Road 200