A favorite breakfast spot in Jacksonville, Maple Street Biscuit was founded in this area in 2012 and has since grown to include seven states. The Squawking Goat is a sandwich of buttery biscuits with fried chicken patties.
Pete's Bar at Beaches Town Center is a great place to have a drink and learn about local history. The original owner of the tavern, which opened in 1933 as the first establishment in Duval County after Prohibition.
Featuring nearly two dozen restaurants perfect for a midday snack during your shopping extravaganza, along with brands like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany & Co., and Nordstrom, a stroll through this gorgeous outdoor.
Visit the Atlantic Beach Arts Market, a cooperative area with over 100 regional artists and craftspeople selling everything from soaps made by hand to shell sculpture.
Nothing compares to enjoying a cup of coffee while watching surfers near the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier carve waves against the backdrop of the bright sunrise.
The many ecosystems found inside this 450-acre municipal park, which includes a lake and beach area that was once Manhattan Beach—the first African-American beach in Florida.
At One Ocean Resort & Spa, a number of treatment rooms, including one for couples massage, provide views of the Atlantic Ocean. Some treatments, like a sea foam envelope, are inspired by their surroundings.