Seafood Restaurants in Yulee

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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).

1947 Commerce Dr
Kingsland,
GA
US

From its majestic outpost, with views of the Intracoastal Waterway, marsh and marina, Jacksonville Beach’s Marker 32 sports a bay of glass windows, white table linens and light teak colored dining tables. The truly elegant eatery has two stories, with the second serving as a perfect place to take in a sunset dinner. Fresh local ingredients, prepared daily from scratch, make up the majority of the menu, including a cast iron-seared beef tenderloin, shrimp and Andouille fettuccine and pan roasted duck breast. This is upscale Florida dining at its best, with rich desserts and the sort of understated but elegant décor that makes Marker 32 perfect for date night.

14549 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville,
FL
US

Although there are few reviews of the other locations, five Yelpers give Gene's Seafood Restaurant on Beach Boulevard a 3.5-star average:

1571 University Blvd W
Jacksonville,
FL
US

J.L. Trent’s Seafood on the Westside is a casual seafood restaurant offering reasonable prices and tasty seafood dishes. With entrées such as crab cake, fried shrimp, flounder fillet and mahi-mahi dinners, all served with down-home sides like black eye peas, green beans, collards, grits and coleslaw. This is a Southern spin on Florida seafood, coming through loud and clear. In operation since 1997, J.L. Trent’s Seafood has cozy booths, nautical wall art, ceiling fans and lots of windows, making it a family-friendly outpost run by competent folks who always seem to make sure everything turns out the way it should. The slate grey weathered exterior is reminiscent of a Northeastern seafood shack somewhere in New England, and locals flock here for every kind of seafood imaginable.

4553 120th St
Jacksonville,
FL
US

Junior’s Seafood Restaurant & Grill, located on the north side, is a family friendly seafood house where catch of the day is the focus and entrées such as Captain’s Platters (shrimp, scallops, oysters, fish, deviled crab and clam strips, along with hush puppies and two sides) are de rigueur. The child-friendly ambience is perfect for all ages. Locals rave about the stuffed flounder, gator tail and crab cakes, offered in almost any combination imaginable, while sides like grits, fries and baked potatoes round out the meals. With its ample seating, nautical wall-art and big board menus, Junior’s is a favorite of locals on the north side. On the fifteenth and 30th of every month, the restaurant offers a discounted 30-piece shrimp dinner.

9349 N Main St
Jacksonville,
FL
US

Clark’s Fish Camp has been a mainstay seafood restaurant on the Southside of Jacksonville for decades. At the foot of Hood Landing Road, this prior bait and tackle shop decided to open up as a restaurant and has been serving locals a variety of fresh seafood since. Though the space itself holds perhaps one of the largest private taxidermy collections in the country, Clark’s biggest focus is on their food. Brinda’s Seafood Bake: fresh crabs, shrimp, scallops and fish baked in a cream wine sauce and topped with mozzarella cheese is a local favorite; there’s a variety of topped oysters and the favorite fried gator tail. Clark’s Fish camp is an iconic beacon of seafood and fun that locales and non-locals flock to year-round.

12903 Hood Landing Rd
Jacksonville,
FL
US