Florida’s North Coast

8 STOPS | 191 MILES | 4 hr 33 min
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Florida’s north coast is an eater’s paradise, with fare both exotic and familiar. The menu includes fish camp cooking at its finest, pour-your-own pancakes at the Fountain of Youth, fried shrimp that may be the best anywhere, and a four-alarm delicious legacy of Minorcan hot peppers.

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JB’s Fish Camp

JB's is a boisterous fish camp restaurant south of Daytona Beach where the menu offers nearly every kind of Gulf and Atlantic seafood, blue crabs a specialty.

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Old Spanish Sugar Mill Grill

Pour your own pancake at a grill built into the center of the table at the Old Spanish Sugar Mill, located within Florida's idyllic De Leon Springs State Park.

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Saltwater Cowboy’s

From simple seafood to fancy meals and backwoods cracker specialties, Saltwater Cowboy's is a trip to old-time Florida along the marshy intercoastal waterway.

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O’Steen’s Restaurant

St. Augustine's best shrimp are served at O'Steen's. Also unique local red Minorcan clam chowder and fine Southern-style side dishes. Popular & always crowded.

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Hot Stuff Mon

Hot Stuff Mon is a small store specializing in all manner of hot food, especially hot things made from St. Augustine's locally grown datil peppers.

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Whitey’s Fish Camp

Great catfish puts Whitey's on the Florida best-eats map. They're caught wild, fried whole to perfection, and brought to the table until you've had your fill.

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Jenkins Quality Barbecue

Jenkins is an urban soul-food barbecue famous for its thick, very spicy sauce -- especially excellent dressing for its barbecued chickens.

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Singleton’s Seafood Shack

Singleton's restaurant serves nut-sweet shrimp, briny oysters, devil crab, and Minorcan chowder. Mayport's favorite seafood shack!