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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jenkins is an urban soul-food barbecue famous for its thick, very spicy sauce -- especially excellent dressing for its barbecued chickens.
Singleton's restaurant serves nut-sweet shrimp, briny oysters, devil crab, and Minorcan chowder. Mayport's favorite seafood shack!