Eating out is one of the best parts of traveling. When we leave home we turn off our stoves, unplug our toasters, and hang up our dish towels. We feel content knowing we won’t be cooking or doing dishes again until we return. On vacation, others cook for us.
Amelia Island Florida Bed and Breakfasts provide their guests with sumptuous breakfasts every morning. Offerings include the Amelia Island Puff, an exotically filled pastry shell (The Hoyt House), a Peach-Blueberry Torte (The Addison on Amelia Island) or a Strawberry Croissant French Toast (The Williams House). You’ll never feel the same way about your bowl of cereal at home again.
Some Amelia Island Bed and Breakfasts offer additional meals as well. If not, there are many excellent restaurants on the island.
Amelia Island Restaurants:
- Joe’s Second Street Bistro: a lively place with amazing food. Try it.
- 29 South: welcoming neighborhood bistro with a unique menu.
- Thyme World Cuisine: great Italian food, great martinis, and amazing desserts
- Beech Street Grill: try the nightly fish special in this beautiful historic landmark
The above restaurants are just a start. There are dozens of eateries on Amelia Island, ranging from casual to chic. You’ll find seafood, traditional southern fare, and food from around the world. Make the most of your Amelia Island vacation: eat out often!