Lagniappe

4810 A1A First Coast Highway, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-844-2634   |   https://www.lagniappeamelia.com

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About Lagniappe

The Louisiana French Creole use the term “lagniappe” to describe something that’s “a little something extra,” and that's exactly what chef owner Brian Grimley knows it takes to transform a dish from mere food into an experience you never forget. Inspired by the culture and flavors of New Orleans, Charleston and Savannah, Chef Grimley's Lagniappe Restaurant combines the traditions of the French Creole with unique twists on Southern culinary staples using only the freshest local ingredients. And should you wish to elevate your experience by imbibing one of the many cocktails on the menu, you'll choose from a range of both classic and new wave cocktails inspired by the eclectic spirit of the South.

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Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Specialties: French Creole with unique twists on Southern culinary staples. Gluten free, vegetarian, wifi available. Dog friendly on the outdoor patio.

Hours: Lunch - Mon-Sat, 11am-2pm and Sun, 10am-3pm; Dinner - Daily, 5pm-10pm

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Dec 28, 2020 by HillTop1986

Lovely Evening with Great Food!

We decided to try Lagniappe for my daughter’s 29th birthday. We had done delivery before and had enjoyed our meals. Walked in through the back with a courtyard and tables around a fire - loved it and...

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Dec 04, 2020 by JaneDeaux2020

A little south in your mouth

Shrimp poboy with Gambino’s bread from New Orleans and fresh, local Mayport shrimp... definitely worth the trip!

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Nov 27, 2020 by jenishee

Great Food and Service

We biked to this restaurant one afternoon and sat outside. Our server was so nice, friendly and very familiar with the menu. Our food was really good. We went back for dinner on a different night...

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