Amelia Island Restaurant Week Returns With Traditional, Eclectic Menus

From January 22-29, Amelia Island Florida will serve up a delectable, seven-day showcase of island hot spots for food and fun. For the fourth consecutive year, Amelia Island Restaurant Week will feature 23 different island restaurants, ranging from fine dining to flip-flop friendly. Each participating restaurant will offer a special fixed menu (priced at either $19 or $29 per person) that includes three courses and a beverage. During Restaurant Week, diners can also enter to win a “Year of Dining” that includes one $50 gift certificate for each participating restaurant to be used throughout the next year.

Participating Restaurants include:

29 South (904) 277-7919 American Cuisine
BarZin Bistro & Wine Bar (904) 310-6620 American Bistro Cuisine
Baxter’s (904) 277-4503 Steak & Seafood
Beech Street Grill (904) 277-3662 Fine Dining
Brett’s Waterway Café (904) 261-2660 Casual Seafood & Steak
Café 4750 (904) 277-1028 Coastal Cuisine
Café Karibo (904) 277-5269 Eclectic American Cuisine
Crab Trap (904) 261-4749 Seafood
Espana Restaurant & Tapas (904) 261-7700 Spanish & Portuguese
The Golf Club of Amelia Island (904) 277-8015 American Cuisine
Halftime Sports Bar & Grill (904) 321-0303 Sports Bar & Grill
Horizon’s (904) 321-2430 Continental Cuisine
Joe’s 2nd Street Bistro (904) 321-2558 American Cuisine
Kelley’s Courtyard Cafe (904) 432-8213 American Cuisine
Le Clos (904) 261-8100 French Cuisine
Lulu’s at the Thompson House (904) 432-8394 Creole-American Cuisine
Marina Restaurant (904) 261-5310 Casual Seafood Dining
Merge (904) 277-8797 Fine Dining
PLAE (904) 277-2132 Fine Dining
Sliders Seaside Grill (904) 277-6652 Seafood & Steak
The Surf Restaurant & Bar (904) 261-5711 Seafood & Steak
Tasty’s Fresh Burgers (904) 321-0407 American Cuisine
The Verandah (904) 261-6161 Fine Dining

In conjunction with Amelia Island Restaurant Week, some Amelia Island accommodators are offering a “Buy One, Get One Free” deal, which allows visitors to receive a Free Night with a paid night stay during Restaurant Week. For more details, visit

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Northeast Florida’s coastal treasure, Amelia Island is a barrier island rich in colorful history and breath-taking natural beauty. The island is home to Fernandina Beach, once a vibrant Victorian seaport village, and now a charming downtown district of eclectic shops, attractions and eateries. Forget the everyday getaway; Come make memories on Amelia Island. For visitor information, visit