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What a blast! Stop by the beer taps in the middle and grab a great local brew while you shop. Not the biggest, or most heavily stocked in terms of selection. But if you can't find it here, you don't need it for an island...More
The Jekyll Market is a wonderful little one stop up-scale tourist shop. I was able to grab some groceries while enjoying an ice cream as well as explore over a dozen themed booths. The sales booths featured everything from books on local history to sunglasses...More
My spouse and I had not eaten lunch so when hunger pains hit about 4pm we checked with Jekyll Market eating place the Love Shack. They were still open till 6 (Winter Hours) so we hurried there. I was a cool Sunday evening with loud...More
Stopped here twice for breakfast / coffee and supplies for the day ahead.
Staff were friendly and the shop had items that we needed. It is a tourist shop / grocery shop. So while it will not have all the lines that some might like,...More
The island itself has very limited resources when it comes to groceries. We as guests had no idea that there were not many options when it came to buying food. The hours are limited as well. What it did have however was a good selection...More
The BBQ is great and the sandwich is a huge portion! We dined there twice this month and I couldn't eat the whole sandwich and the fries so on the second visit we spit a sandwich and each got an order of fries. The BBQ...More
This replaced the old grocery store on the island, The building is new, but does not comply with GA Building Code. The prices are twice what they should be, but the Jekyll Island Authority had to get there cut.
My family discovered this market this past weekend, and we found the breakfast section - and wow - the cinnamon rolls are just wonderful! They didn't have them in their window yet, they were still making them, and they said they would make them right...More