4810 A1A First Coast Highway, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-844-2634   |

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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.


Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Specialties: French Creole with unique twists on Southern culinary staples. Gluten free, vegetarian, wifi available, 

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

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121 Reviews

Apr 17, 2019 by GRGADA

A Nice Change of Pace for a New Orleans Meal

It was our anniversary so we decided to try a new place in town. Parking is good. No waiting to be seated. Restaurant is a bit dark and the design is a bit industrial with a few New Orleans touches...

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Apr 13, 2019 by mfgranucci

Why waste your time

Arrived early for our reservation and we were seated quickly. Great job front of the house. From there everything went down hill. Our server was about as bad as you could get. Came to the table...

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Apr 09, 2019 by Excursion42664736582

Do not waste your time and money

Sisters week at Amelia Island! We are renting a penthouse on the ocean, and decided to try this restaurant that our realtor recommended. We ordered dinner to go, as we wanted to eat on our balcony...

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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.