New to Amelia Island's Foodie Scene
The tradition of island hospitality keeps getting better with these recent additions to Amelia Island’s foodie scene.
The tradition of island hospitality keeps getting better with these recent additions to Amelia Island’s foodie scene. Some rich in local products, others for internationally-inspired fare, and some just for wetting your whistle. We've got your appetite covered from one end of the island to the other.
- Akari Sushi restaurant is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and its insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients.
by Amelia Island Brewing Company - The Alley is AIBC’s taproom. It is your choice if you’re headed out for a beer, with appetizers and light fare to match your brewery selections.
The Boat House
- Seafood and steak restaurant in historic downtown Amelia Island. Offers a superb restaurant experience that encourages the exploration of shareable dishes and refreshing cocktails in a relaxing atmosphere.
Split Open and Melt
- Fast casual breakfast and lunch spot with a fun music theme. Serving NY style steamed bagels, homemade cream cheese spreads, and steamed bagel sandwiches.
- Offering event catering, food truck, private chef and shaved ice services. Their time on Maui helped them develop their distinct culinary style, blending French training with the rich tradition of Hawaiian and Asian cuisine.
- Located poolside and oceanfront at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, Coquina is a dynamic restaurant focusing on seafood and coastal dishes inspired by the island’s Eight Flags heritage.
Find your perfect place to stay as you explore the delicious offerings of Amelia Island.