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Because we always like to try something new, we ducked in to grab a bite while attending the Fernandina Beach Isle of 8 Flags Shrimp Festival. This is a festival that you should not miss if anywhere near the area. Sooo, let me just start...More
When I visited Amelia Island with my family, we ate here. I love seafood. They have a very yummy crab burger (crab cake) and I drank pink lemonade! We had to wait a long time for our food, but it was worth it.
We stopped here for lunch on a busy Sunday. We were a party of 7 and the hostess appeared to be annoyed that we were there. Once we were seated, the waitress was friendly. We had to wait for a long time for our food....More
Best Crab Cakes ever. My wife and I were found most of the restaurants on the Island only have Bar food and sandwiches. Found this place and had a whole meal, in fact we ate there 2 nights. Food was great and service good (Something...More
The desk clerk at the hotel recommended the Marina. Since it was so close and the weather was rainy, we decided to try it. We had the best southern fried chicken we've ever had! I ordered the side of baked macaroni and cheese, also excellent....More
After being told there was a 1.5 hour wait at the Salty P. we decided to try another spot. An older building, older "sea village" decor, but no wait. Short story - better than average seafood for adults & chicken strips / grilled cheese for...More
Marina Seafood is located conveniently in the old downtown district. When you walk in don't expect to be greeted with the usual southern hospitality... All the workers on this day seemed sad and down trodden...after the appetizer the service is not the fastest. The food...More
This restaurant had a good reputation and a long history. While true that the food was good, the interior was well worn and in need of a refresher. Service was somewhat disappointing as well ..... very slow considering the small crowd at the time.
We stopped here as our original choice to eat was closed between lunch and dinner service (yes, people still do that in Florida.)
We ended up at the Marina on the strength of the specials board. Upon order the fried Grouper special, I thought it...More
When there is mayonnaise (not the packet kind that is shelf stable) sitting on the tables at room temperature I question other food safety practices. We did not stay to eat. I will not risk getting sick on vacation.