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Dickens on Centre Dining Week

Posted on November 16, 2020 |
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Dickens on Centre Dining Week
From December 4 - 13, the rich and varied culinary landscape of Amelia Island gets extra yummy with Dickens on Centre Dining featuring the island’s most popular dining hot spots offering pre-fixe Dickens-themed or Victorian-inspired menus.
Get ready to kick your Bah Humbugs to the curb at the all new Dickens on Centre Dining Week where the island’s most popular dining hot spots will offer Dickens-themed or Victorian-inspired menus. 
 
Held December 4 – 13, folks can enjoy everything from Italian to Creole to seafood to pub favorites in participating restaurants all around the island. There are menus for every taste and budget with lunch prix-fixe menus at $12 and dinner prix fixe options at $21, $31 or $41. Similar to the signature Amelia Island Restaurant Week, Dickens on Centre Dining Week is your chance to not only experience delicious and diverse menu items but to also get out and support our island restaurants at the holidays. Whether you’re looking to try a new spot or enjoy your tried and true favorite, kick off your holiday season with Dickens on Centre Dining week. Take a look at the participating restaurants here.
 
Side Note: Why not pair your Dickens on Centre Dining with a Cocktail Tour. Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, enjoy a relaxed stroll visiting four watering holes in Historic Downtown Fernandina Beach where you can sample craft cocktails, meet the fun and creative people behind the bars, and learn about the Island's colorful past. This will really get you in the festive spirit!

Don't rush your holiday experience. Make plans to stay with us this holiday season so you can take part in all the festivities

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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.