Posts Tagged ‘restaurant’

Feast on Restaurant Week

January 5th, 2017 by David Jones

Prepare your palate for Amelia Island’s 9th Annual Restaurant Week, to be held January 20th through 29th.  Nearly 30 irresistible and award-winning restaurants will serve up an enticing array of dining options sure to please every palate with scrumptious prix-fixe menus.  Most of the restaurants are within walking distance from the Blue Heron Inn.  Be adventurous and try out a place or cuisine you’ve been dying to try!  For more information please visit ameliaisland.com/yummy.  Hope to see you soon! 

Discover the Flavors!

January 12th, 2013 by ameliaislandblueheroninn

Experience a culinary delight the next two weekends on Amelia Island!  Twenty unique restaurants, all located here, are offering  three-course, prixfixe menus in celebration of Amelia Island Restaurant Week, January 18th-27th.  Menus range from $20.13 to $30.13 per person and include appetizer, entree, dessert and non-alcoholic beverage.  The following participating restaurants are located in the historic district and within walking distance from our inn: 29 South, Bonito Grill and Sushi, Brett’s Waterway Cafe’, Crab Trap, Cafe’ Karibo, David’s Restaurant & Lounge, Espana Restaurant & Tapas, Le Clos, Lu Lu’s at the Thompson House, Marina Seafood Restaurant, Merge, Salty Pelican Bar & Grill.  Join us and Bon Appetite!

 

Brett's Waterway Cafe'

Brett’s Waterway Cafe’

Cafe' Karibo

Cafe’ Karibo

Le Clos

Le Clos

Fresh Seafood at its Best!

August 27th, 2012 by David Jones

Love fresh seafood?  Then don’t miss the recently opened Timoti’s Fry Shak!  In addition to offering daily specials, Carlin Catanzaro, manager, says the grilled fish and shrimp tacos and the fried shrimp baskets are some of the more popular items on the menu.  She adds that Timoti’s supports the local community by buying fresh produce from the downtown Farmer’s Market, local wild shrimp, and even local beers (try the Intuition line brewed in nearby Jacksonville)!  Located in the heart of the historic district (and within walking distance from the Blue Heron Inn), Timoti’s is a great place to hangout for a good bite or cold beer.  Even the kids can enjoy their own magical ship!

Kids’ Playground

Manager Carlin Catanzaro and Chef Brian McCarthy

Fresh Daily Menu