Group had drinks and eats. Serve very good, food variety was good. Nice to have local watering hole.
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We were simply looking for conch fritters.... We found it here.the location is "off the island." The conch fritters were big, and full of conch. We also had the corn fritters and fried green tomatoes. All excellent. We also had rum runners and a few...More
This is a restaurant behind a gas station with limited parking. Almost invisible from the road. A rustic looking bar that sells seafood. I have to say that of all the seafood restaurants on Amelia Island this is one of my least favorites. After eating...More
As others have noted, you must want to find this place because it is tucked back in a corner behind trees and a gas station. If you weren't searching, you wouldn't find it. This place is obviously popular with locals and I can't quite put...More
We ate at several different restaurants at Fernandina Beach, but this was by far my favorite place to get seafood. You don't go there for the ambience because it leans more toward a laid back dive than a nice, fancy restaurant. But the food was...More
This restaurant is behind a gas station- it looks a little sketchy, but it definitely isn't! Our waitress was so nice and attentive. While they were out of some things, she made sure to suggest other dishes that were just as yummy. I got the...More
Shuckers is outstanding. Been there 4 times already. They have specials on different days like all you can eat shrimp, grouper finger baskets and others. The service is great, food is outstanding, prices are excellent. They have an outside patio with music on occasion.
Tucked away behind a Flash Foods is this gem of a place. Friends took us there one evening and we went back the next night with family. Fabulous raw oysters, great service, friendly staff. I'm almost afraid to send this in case it gets too...More