Amelia Island, the Isle of Eight Flags, is thus named because of the eight different flags it was controlled under from 1562 to 1862, during its settlement. As a result, the island benefited from various cultural influences including French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Greek. Our dining experiences have been enriched by the influence of these many cultures. Best of all, there are 25 restaurants & pubs within walking distance of the hotel. So, what's for dinner tonight?
Breakfast & Brunch
With the sun coming up over the Atlantic and boatloads of fresh seafood and savory selections in front of you, breakfast and brunch on Amelia Island are true feasts of the senses. Enjoy al fresco dining at many of our restaurants as you start the day off on the right foot.
From Mexican fare to burgers and sandwiches, the island has a full menu of casual dining experiences to enjoy. Try one of T-rays famous burgers, the Dirty Martini Burger at Sliders, or a Beer Steamed Bratwurst at Amelia River Golf Club Restaurant. The island is also home to several popular chain restaurants, if you want something a little more familiar.
Amelia Island’s local fare has won the acclaim of critics and reviewers from around the region.
With bright, sunny days and clear, mild nights, why wouldn’t you want to enjoy your meal outside? Many of the restaurants on Amelia Island provide patio seating, so you can enjoy your meal while you appreciate the beauty of the area. Look through the complete list to find one near where you want to dine.
Set the mood with one of the island’s fine dining restaurants. Serving up everything from Portuguese cuisine to French fare, Amelia Island is home to an assortment of award-winning restaurants and chefs who want nothing more than to give you an evening you’ll remember forever.