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Must-Try Restaurants in Jacksonville


Metro Diner
3302 Hendricks Ave
(904) 398-3701

They serve ultimate classic diner experience. The restaurant looks like a place where two weary cops would stop at the end of a long shift.

Metro diner

Source: Metro Diner via Facebook

Review from yelp.com

“Solid. Thank you, Craig, for an awesome meal. Corned beef hash. Perfect with hand chopped bountiful corned beef. The chicken fried steak was the best I have ever had. The best. Thick steak in a batter that would make the Colonel envious. The coup de resistance was the shrimp and grits. Two large grit cakes seasoned with delightful bits of yummy. Large shrimps on top with a sauce that compliments this so very well. A generous sprinkle of crispy accompanies green onions embellished this wonderful dish. This is my recommended Must Try place if ever in the Jacksonville Florida area. Craig, your people are happy and generous with their smiles and kindness. Keep up the great work. " – Shirley N.

Clark"s Fish Camp
12903 Hood Landing Rd
(904) 268-3474

They offer much more than the food. You have to go here at least once if just for the experience.

Source: Clark"s Fish Camp via Facebook

Review from yelp.com

“Great prices, awesome food, tastes great! Definitely an authentic hole in the wall. Worth the drive!" – Brianne S.

“If nothing else Clark"s is set up on a beautiful piece of land with outstanding views of Julington Creek. The decor is what it is known for, with an extremely extensive collection of taxidermy covering darn near every nook and cranny in the place." – Stephen S.



Taverna San Marco
1986 San Marco Blvd
(904) 398-3005

Taverna San Marco is perfect for foodies.


Source: Taverna San Marco via Facebook

Review from yelp.com

“Very nice, clean, modern ambience. It has a great menu and isn"t pretentious. They have good drink/food happy hour selections from 4-7. The burrata plate was very, very good. It was simple, but the cheese was amazing and I just lurvveee fig compote. I got the scallops and my friend got the ravioli. I felt they were quite generous with the scallops and I couldn"t finish my meal. But of course, I have a completely different compartment saved for dessert. I got the panna cotta, which on paper, sounded delightful: lemon – vanilla, fresh berries, and pine nut amaretti. Although it was good and refreshing and true to its description, I prefer a softer texture for panna cotta.┬áThe service was excellent: attentive but not overbearing." – Han L.


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