New & Noteworthy Restaurants on Amelia

August 15, 2019
Amelia Island teal glyph
Amelia Island logo Amelia Island logo
The tradition of island hospitality keeps getting better with these recent additions to Amelia Island’s foodie scene. Some rich in local products, others known for a creative twist on Southern favorites as well as internationally-inspired fare. We've got your appetite covered from one end of the island to the other. A great chance to try several is coming up: the annual Amelia Island Restaurant Week (January 17-26, 2020)


Aloha Bagel & Deli - Offering bagel and deli sandwiches and salads for breakfast and lunch in a colorful location.
Island Kitchen - Serving bowls, salads, and sandwiches made fresh to order for a farm-to-table lunch experience that is fast, fresh, and approachable.
Stephanie's Sugar & Spice Cafe - A charming little cafe, serving breakfast, Lunch, Fresh Baked Goods, and so much more. 
Wicked Bao - Serving up Asian street food with authentic Asian family recipes, noodle bowls, baos, and more in a lively atmosphere.
La Surena - Grocery store that specializes in Hispanic product, along with a restaurant with authentically delicious Hispanic dishes.

Central Island

Southern Sisters - Southern soul food served in a cafeteria-style setting.
Salt Life Food Shack - The island's newest beach bar with great dishes and cool drinks in an open-air, casual space with rooftop bar.
Story & Song Bookstore Bistro - An indie bookstore bistro where you can shop for books, sip delicious coffee, signature wine or craft beer, and pick up a unique greeting card or gift.

South Island

Lagniappe - Cooking up "A Little Something Extra," this south-end restaurant offers Southern cuisine with a twist.
Pogo's Kitchen - Prepares refined Southern dishes in a bright and breezy restaurant.

Find your perfect place to stay as you explore the delicious offerings of Amelia Island. 

You may also be interested in...

See All Blog Posts

Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.