Food Fare of Amelia Island

Independent Restaurants

Amelia Island serves up more than 70 independent restaurants, from the finest dining (one of Florida’s two five-Diamond restaurants) to charming bistros, local favorites, a blend of ethnic influences, and, of course, some of the world’s best and freshest seafood are all on the menu.

Seafood Dives

No trip to Amelia Island is complete without a shrimp basket made from local, wild-caught shrimp. (Timoti’s, voted one of Coastal Living Magazine’s “Favorite Seafood Dives.”)

First Class Dining

The dining room of Salt at The Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island, honored with the prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award.

A Local Treasure

Locals love the tuna nachos served up by the Salty Pelican, a downtown favorite with gorgeous sunset views.


USA Today named T-Rays one of the “50 Best Burger Joints in America.”

Romantic Dining

Le Clos  is one of the charming downtown restaurants offering a romantic table for two.

Diving Indulgence

No matter where you dine, it’s wise to save room for dessert, prepared by local bakeries and artisan candy crafters like Fernandina’s Fantastic Fudge downtown.


Beachside Motel
3172 S. Fletcher Ave.
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034