Things To Do

Jacksonville Beach Things To Do


Jacksonville Beach:

Use a stop in Jax Beach as a reason to try out one of many great restaurants, with fresh seafood a delicious winner. If you’d like to spend a relaxed day in a beach town, consider visiting Flagler Beach, St. Augustine Beach or Fernandina Beach. We think these have a better ambiance and more to offer, but restaurants are definitely worth a visit (unless you’re a surfer, in which case check out the Jax surf report).

Where to eat:

Hungry? Any of the following makes a great place to treat yourself and your family.

Taco Lu: (tex mex) http://tacolu.com

Bonefish Grill: (seafood) http://www.bonefishgrill.com

Carrabbas Italian Grill: https://www.carrabbas.com/

Salt Life: (seafood) https://www.saltlifefoodshack.com/locations/jacksonville-beach/

  • 1018 Third Street North, Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250
  • (904) 372-4456

Tama’s Sushi: Tama’s Facebook

11 South: (fine dining) http://www.elevensouth.com

  • 216 11th Avenue South, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
  • 904-241-1112

Brix: http://brixtaphouse.com

  • 300 2nd Street North Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
  • (904) 241-4668

The Ritz Bar: (cocktails) http://theritzlounge.com

  • 185 3rd Ave. North, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
  • (904) 246-2255

Delicomb: (breakfast/lunch) https://delicomb.com/

Culhane’s Irish Pub: Culhane’s online (featured on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives)

Azurea at One Ocean: One Ocean online

Ocean 60 Restaurant & Wine Bar: http://www.ocean60.com

  • 60 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
  • (904) 247-0060

Ragtime Taproom and Brewery: http://www.ragtimetavern.com

  • 207 Atlantic Blvd. Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
  • 904.241.7877

M Shack: (great burger joint venture) http://www.mshackburgers.com

  • 299 Atlantic Blvd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
  • 904-241-2599
(Plus a few choices in nearby Neptune Beach)

Sliders: (oysters and great lunch food & dinner) Sliders online

  • 218 First St, Neptune Beach, FL 32266
  • (904) 940 7991

Atlantic Beach

Atlantic Beach is a city in Duval County, Florida, United States and part of the Jacksonville Beaches communities. When the majority of communities in Duval County consolidated with Jacksonville in 1968, Atlantic Beach, along with Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, and Baldwin, remained quasi-independent.

Beach and access

Fourteen public access points dot two miles of white beach – just the way you like it. Free street parking is nominally available, though empty spots are hard to find – especially on weekends. (Paid parking is located between 18th and 19th Streets).

Shopping

A nice selection of independent shops feature gifts, home goods, clothes for kids, teens and adults, and more, all at the town center. A few favorites:



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