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FILM + ART + CULTURE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2016 FILM EVENTS

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SUN-RAY CINEMA The Girl on the Train and Jack Reacher: Never Go Back are currently running, 1028 Park St., 5 Points, 359-0049, sunraycinema.com. Dracula runs on Oct. 27 and 30. I Drink Your Blood Uncensored and Uncut and Dracula are screened – or is that SCREAMED? – on Oct. 27. Miss Hokusai and Little Sister start on Oct. 28. The Invisible Man screens on Oct. 29. Doctor Strange starts Nov. 3. CORAZON CINEMA & CAFÉ The Little Shop of Horrors starts Oct. 26; Indignation starts Oct. 28. The Others runs for Throwback Thursday at noon Oct. 27. The Green Series continues with Sonic Sea, 7 p.m. Oct. 27. Haunted Masquerade is held Oct. 29. Scary Sunday series continues 8 p.m. Oct. 30. 36 Granada St., St. Augustine, 679-5736, corazoncinemaandcafe.com. IMAX THEATER Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Deepwater Horizon, Robots 3D, America Wild: National Parks Adventure, A Beautiful Planet and Secret Ocean screen at World Golf Village IMAX Theater, St. Augustine, 940-4133, worldgolfimax. com. Inferno IMAX 2D starts Oct. 28. Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them starts Nov. 17.

Join artist AMY LINCOLN and see her collection of artwork featuring closely observed representations of specific plant species. MONYA ROWE GALLERY 4 ROHDE AVE., ST. ST. AUGUSTINE (904) 217-0637

PERFORMANCE

HAND TO GOD Players by the Sea stages Robert Askins’ darkly comic play, about the forces of good and evil battling in Texas, with sock puppets in the cast, at 8 p.m. Nov. 4 & 5, 10-12, 17-19 and 2 p.m. Nov. 13, 106 Sixth St. N., Jax Beach, 249-0289, $23, playersbythesea.org. GOD OF CARNAGE Flagler College’s Department of Theatre Arts stages this comedy, written by Yasmina Reza and translated by Christopher Hampton, about a testy encounter between two parents that reveals truths about humanity, at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26-29 and 2 p.m. Oct. 30 at the school’s Lewis Auditorium, 14

Granada St., St. Augustine, 826-8600, $15, flagler.university.com. MAGIC MEN LIVE! Hubba hubba! This allhunky male revue brings the phenomenon of Magic Mike, Fifty Shades of Grey and other stud-muffin delights to the stage at 8 p.m. Oct. 28 at The Florida Theatre, 128 E. Forsyth St., Downtown, 355-2787, $23.50-$78.50, floridatheatre.com. ANNIE GET YOUR GUN Alhambra Theatre & Dining presents the raucous musical

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about a young woman who never misses her target; through Nov. 20. Dinner 6 p.m.; brunch at noon; themed menu by Executive Chef DeJuan Roy; Alhambra Theatre & Dining, 12000 Beach Blvd., Southside, $35-$62 plus tax, 641-1212, alhambrajax.com. THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW The third annual production of the campy musical, about a sassy mad scientist, is staged 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27-29, Amelia Musical


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FILM + ART + CULTURE Playhouse, 1955 Island Walkway, Fernandina, 277-3455; audience participation is encouraged (no meat, please!); not for those younger than 16; ameliamusicalplayhouse.com. MACBETH Atlantic Beach Experimental Theatre, celebrating 25 years of community theater, stages William Shakespeare’s revered drama about the price of political ambition and intergenerational relationships, 8 p.m. Oct. 28 and 29; Nov. 4 and 5; 2 p.m. Oct. 30 and Nov. 6, Adele Grage Cultural Center, 716 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach, 249-7177, abettheatre.com. CREATIVE WRITING SENIOR PUBLIC READING Douglas Anderson School of the Arts’ annual public reading is held 8 a.m. Oct. 27 at Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, 333 N. Laura St., Downtown, 346-5620, duvalschools.org. CHOOSY SUZY’S BULLY PREVENTION SHOW Geared toward kids in grades K-6, blending humor and magic, the show is on at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 2 at ThrasherHorne Center for the Arts, 283 College Dr., Orange Park, 276-6750, $12, thcenter.org.

CLASSICAL + JAZZ The UNF

FALL PERCUSSION CONCERT Percussion Ensemble performs 7 p.m. Oct. 27 at University of North Florida’s Robinson Theater, 1 UNF Dr., Southside, 620-2878, unf.edu/coas/music/calendar.aspx. LINDSEY STIRLING Violinist Stirling, who combines eclectic music and dance into her stage show, performs 8 p.m. Oct. 27 at The Florida Theatre, 128 E. Forsyth St., Downtown, 355-2787, $29.50-$69.50, floridatheatre.com. UF BRAZILIAN MUSIC TRIO Friday Musicale presents the trio, featuring Ulisses Rocha (violão/guitar), Welson Tremura (voice, cavaquinho and violão) and Larry Crook, (pandeiro and Brazilian percussion), 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at 645 Oak St., Riverside, 355-7584, fridaymusicale.com.

INTERCOLLEGIATE CHORAL FESTIVAL Choirs from Edward Waters College, Florida State College at Jacksonville, and The University of North Florida perform at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at Jacksonville University’s Terry Concert Hall, 2800 University Blvd. N., Arlington, 256-7386, arts.ju.edu. MARIO LANZA – HOLLYWOOD The First Coast Opera presents the musical revue, a celebration of the iconic 20th-century tenor Lanza, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at Lightner Museum, 75 King St., St. Augustine, $35; $10 students, firstcoastopera.com. RARESONG THREE The inventive trio – Patricia DeWitt (recorder, viola da gamba, soprano), Peter DeWitt (harpsichord, recorder, tenor) and Marcy Brenner (viola da gamba) – perform “An Italian Conquest in Imperial England,” featuring Elizabethan and Jacobean Renaissance music, 5 p.m. Oct. 29 at Grace United Methodist Church, 8 Carrera St., St. Augustine, 829-8272, gracestaugustine.org. JU PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE SCORES NOSFERATU Jacksonville University percussion professor Tony Steve and the JU Percussion Ensemble present a live score to the original vampire flick, F.W. Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece, Nosferatu, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 30 at Jacksonville University’s Terry Concert Hall, 256-7386, $10; $5 seniors, military, students, ages 17 and under, arts.ju.edu. ABBAS ABOUD Iraqi pianist Aboud performs at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at Jacksonville University’s Terry Concert Hall, 256-7386, $25, arts.ju.edu. LAWSON ENSEMBLE CONCERT Ellen Olson, viola, and Eric Olson, oboe, are featured at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at University of North Florida’s Recital Hall, 620-2878, Southside, unf.edu/coas/music/calendar.aspx. AMELIA ISLAND JAZZ FESTIVAL The annual festival – rescheduled due to Hurricane Matthew – returns with music by University of North Florida Jazz Ensemble directed by Dennis Marks,

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The Dynamic Les DeMerle Little Big Band with Bonnie Eisele, Trio Caliente, saxophonist Houston Person, and Bria Skonberg, along with jam sessions and a jazz brunch, Nov. 2-6, at various venues in Fernandina Beach. For a full schedule of events and ticket details, go to ameliaislandjazzfestival.com.

COMEDY

FRED’S FUNNIEST COMEDIANS Spence, Tommy Torres and others perform at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at The Comedy Zone, 3130 Hartley Rd., Mandarin, 292-4242, $10, comedyzone.com. ADAM FERRARA Comedian Ferrara, known for starring turns in Rescue Me and Nurse Jackie, is on 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27; 7:30 and 9:45 p.m. Oct. 28 and 29, The Comedy Zone, $20-$22.50, comedyzone.com. FLORIDA’S FUNNIEST COMPETITION Comedians duke it out at 8 p.m. Oct. 28 at The Comedy Club of Jacksonville, 11000 Beach Blvd., Southside, 646-4277, $13-$25, jacksonvillecomedy.com. RYAN DAVIS MASQUERADE BALL Comedian Davis, a viral Internet celeb, is on 8 p.m. Oct. 29, The Comedy Club of Jacksonville; costume contest, $15-$30, jacksonvillecomedy.com. DARREN KNIGHT Comedian Knight, considered the next star of redneck comedy (or as the French say, cou rouge comédie) is on 7:30 p.m. Nov. 1 and 2, The Comedy Zone, $25, comedyzone.com.

CALLS + WORKSHOPS ONE-DAY

APEX THEATRE STUDIO WORKSHOPS Makenzie Vaughn holds the workshop, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 29 at 5150 Palm Valley Rd., Ponte Vedra; Alexis Black teaches a stage combat course, 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 11; classes $35; limited to 12 students/class. Proceeds benefit the studio’s Grab The Mic fundraiser for stage production sound equipment at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. Details/register at apextheatrejax.com. NEW TOWN URBAN FARM Urban Geoponics and New Town are developing


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SWEET TRANSVESTITE THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW Based on the 1974 musical The Rocky Horror Show, the following year’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show is indubitably the ultimate campy cult classic musical, telling the story of two hapless fiancées who are stranded at Dr. Frank N. Furter’s castle, along with his fellow degenerate denizens, and an abominable hunky bohunk created in Furter’s laboratory. A tribute to classic sci-fi and B movies, the film is best known for its encouraged – nay, mandated – audience participation. 8 p.m. with music openers Billy Buchanan & Free Avenue, Saturday, Oct. 29, Florida Theatre, Downtown, $15; wear costumes and bring props (but no meat!), floridatheatre.com. 10 • FOLIOWEEKLY.com • OCT. 26 - NOV. 1, 2016


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FILM + ART + CULTURE a large community garden at Pearce and West Third streets, in the New Town/ Edward Waters area, Northside. It will provide fresh produce and a handson, open-air center of learning for the community and area students. Urban Farm meets 10 a.m.-1 p.m. every Sun. Details, call Diallo-Sekou at 706-284-9808.

ART WALKS

FIRST WEDNESDAY ART WALK The walk, themed Salute to Service, is held 5-9 p.m. Nov. 2, featuring more than 20 hotspots open after 9 p.m. and more than 60 total participating venues, spanning 15 blocks in Downtown Jacksonville. iloveartwalk.com. RIVERSIDE ARTS MARKET Filipino Pride Day, with cuisine and music by internationally known headliners, is held 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Oct. 29 under the Fuller Warren Bridge, 715 Riverside Ave., free admission, 389-2449, riversideartsmarket.com. FERNANDINA BEACH MARKET PLACE Fresh produce, local art, live music, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. every Sat., North Seventh Street, Fernandina, 557-8229, fernandinabeachmarketplace.com. UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT Self-guided tour of galleries, antique stores and shops open 5-9 p.m. every last Sat., St. Augustine’s San Marco District, 824-3152.

MUSEUMS

AMELIA ISLAND MUSEUM OF HISTORY 233 S. Third St., Fernandina, 261-7378, ameliamuseum.org. It Came from the Attic: The Lesesne House is currently on display. CUMMER MUSEUM OF ART & GARDENS 29 Riverside Ave., 356-6857, cummer museum.org. Chief curator Holly Kerris leads a tour and discussion, “Ponce de León Society Folk Couture: Fashion and Folk Art Celebration & South Galleries Permanent Collection Special Viewing,” 6-8 p.m. Oct. 26. Folk Couture: Fashion & Folk Art, works by 13 artists inspired by Folk Art Museum, through Jan. 1. Lift:

Contemporary Expressions of the African American Experience, works of locals Thony Aiuppy, Glendia Cooper, Ingrid Damiani, Overstreet Ducasse, Dustin Harewood, Marsha Hatcher, Hiromi Moneyhun, Princess Rashid, Chip Southworth, Roosevelt Watson III, through Feb. 12. MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART JACKSONVILLE 333 N. Laura St., 366-6911, mocajacksonville.unf.edu. Kids ages 3-12 receive free admission with a general admission paying adult starting at 11 a.m. Nov. 1 and 2. RetroSpective: Analog Photography in a Digital World, contemporary photographers exploring 19th-century photographic processes, through Jan. 8. Sustain: Clay to Table, pairing handcrafted ceramic tableware by North American artists with sustainable, community-based food production, through Oct. 30. Project Atrium: Ethan Murrow through Oct. 30. WORLD GOLF HALL OF FAME & MUSEUM 1 World Golf Pl., St. Augustine, 940-4133, worldgolfhalloffame.org. Grace & Grit – Women Champions Through the Years is on display.

GALLERIES

THE ART CENTER GALLERY Jacksonville Landing, Ste. 139, 233-9252, tacjacksonville. org. The Little Rembrandts Show, artwork by kids in grades K-8, is on display through Dec. 2. Beth Haizlip is the featured artist. BUTTERFIELD GARAGE ART GALLERY 137 King St., St. Augustine, 825-4577, butterfieldgarage.com. Landscape and still lifes by Rebecca Shaffer, Karen F. Rose, Jessie Cook display through Nov. 1. CRISP-ELLERT ART MUSEUM 48 Sevilla St., St. Augustine, 826-8530, flagler.edu/ news-events/crisp-ellert-art-museum. Experimental sound artist Olivia Block performs 7 p.m. Oct. 26. Auditory-themed exhibit Sound, through Nov. 22. THE CULTURAL CENTER AT PONTE VEDRA BEACH 50 Executive Way, 280-0614, ccpvb.

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org. Splashes of a Colorful Life, abstract works by Dottie Dorion, and Shadows, turned wood works by Ed Malesky, are on display through Nov. 11. DEERWOOD CENTER CAMPUS FSCJ, 9911 Old Baymeadows Rd., 997-2500, fscj.edu. Don Martin: Leaves of Grass, inspired by Whitman’s poem, displays through Dec. 1. FLORIDA MINING GALLERY 5300 Shad Rd., Southside, 535-7252, floridamininggallery. com. Jason John: Crossing the Threshold of Self displays. HUBLEY GALLERY 804 Anastasia Blvd., St. Augustine, 429-9769. Mary Hubley’s Toescape displays. KENT CAMPUS GALLERY FSCJ, 3939 Roosevelt Blvd., 646-2300, fscj.edu. An exhibit of abstract painting by Virginia Cantore and furniture by Peter Blunt displays through Nov. 14. KARPELES MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY MUSEUM 101 W. First St., Springfield, 3562992, rain.org/~karpeles/jax.html. The Wright Brothers, through Dec. 30. Vinnie Ream Exhibit, works in art, poetry, prose and music, through Oct. 30. MONROE GALLERIES 40 W. Monroe St., Downtown, 881-0209, monroegalleries. com. The photography of Amanda Rosenblatt and UNF photo club and live music by Stank Sauce are featured 5-9 p.m. Nov. 2. Works by Jami Childers, Barbie Workman, Amber Angeloni, Zara Harriz, Amber Bailey and First Coast Plein Air Painters are displayed. MONYA ROWE GALLERY 4 Rohde Ave., St. Augustine, monyarowegallery.com. Tropic Apparition, new works by painter Amy Lincoln, are on display through Dec. 18. NASSAU COUNTY LIBRARY 25 N. Fourth St., Fernandina, 277-7365, nassaureads.com. The Art of the Japanese Print, from the Christine & Paul Meehan Collection, is currently on display through Dec. 30. PLUM GALLERY 10 Aviles St., St. Augustine, 825-0069, plumartgallery.com. Works by painter Sara Pedigo and assemblage artist Barbara J. Cornett are currently on display through February. SOUTHLIGHT GALLERY Bank of America Tower, 50 N. Laura St., Ste. 150, 438-4358, southlightgallery.com. The cooperative gallery has original works by more than 20 area artists, in various media.


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FILM + ART + CULTURE STELLERS GALLERY 240 A1A N., Ste. 13, Ponte Vedra Beach, 273-6065, stellersgallery.com. An exhibit of recent works by Jim Draper, Henry Von Genk III and Thomas Hager, is currently on display. ST. AUGUSTINE ART ASSOCIATION 22 Marine St., 824-2310, staaa.org. The 15th annual Tactile Art Show is currently on display through Oct. 30. THRASHER-HORNE CENTER FOR THE ARTS 283 College Dr., Orange Park, 276-6750, thcenter.org. New works by David Ouellette and Jennifer Tallerico are on display through Dec. 14. UNF NORTH GALLERY OF ART Founders Hall, Bldg. 2, Room 1001, 1 UNF Dr., Southside, 620-2534, unf.edu/gallery. The Pre[Serve] Juried Exhibition is on display through Nov. 18.

EVENTS

FSCJ SGA HOSTS FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT DEBATE Florida State College at Jacksonville’s

Student Government Association hosts a general debate for Florida’s 4th Congressional District, with confirmed attendance by David E. Bruderly (Democrat), Gary L. Koniz, (Independent) and Daniel Murphy (Write-In); moderated by FSCJ professor of history and political science Cynthia Gardner Counsil and FSCJ professor of history Dr. Andrew Holt. Discussion topics include education, financial, domestic and foreign affairs; 6:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at FSCJ’s Zeke Bryant Auditorium, 4501 Capper Rd., Northside, 766-6500, fscj.edu/campuses/north-campus. UF MEN’S GATOR BASKETBALL VS. ECKERD COLLEGE EXPO GAME The University of Florida Gators take on the Eckerd College Tritons, 7 p.m. Oct. 26 at Veterans Memorial Arena, 301 A. Philip Randolph Blvd., Downtown, 630-3900, $9-$29, ticketmaster.com. FLORIDA/GEORGIA WEEKEND Florida Georgia Weekend (Go Gators! How ’Bout them Dawgs?) has a ton of events. Game kickoff is 3:30 p.m. Oct. 29, EverBank

Field, Downtown; festivities begin Oct. 26; details at flga.org. PANEL DISCUSSION ON POLITICAL CORRECTNESS OneJax holds the discussion, regarding political correctness stifling free speech, with Frank Denton (Florida Times-Union), Melissa Ross, (First Coast Connect), Michael Boylan (WJCT), Mickee Brown (principal consultant), Nyah Vanterpool (OneVoice), and moderator John Delaney (UNF president), 7-8:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at UNF’s University Center, 12000 Alumni Dr., 620-1529; free event, registration required; webapps.unf.edu/eticket/politicallycorrect. JAX BY JAX SAMPLER READING TWO Jax by Jax presents its second sampling reading by local authors – Sohrab Fracis, Fred Dale, Nan Kavanaugh, Tim Gilmore – noon-1 p.m. Oct. 28, Jessie Ball DuPont Center, 40 E. Adams St., Downtown, jaxbyjax.com. BEER, BASS & BBQ FESTIVAL The festival, celebrating Florida-Georgia weekend, has live entertainment, beer, Miami bass music, pep rally and barbecue, 4 p.m.midnight Oct. 28 and noon-midnight Oct. 29 at Hemming Park, 117 W. Duval St., Downtown, hemmingpark.org. STARGAZING NIGHTLearn about the cosmos from real astronomers, observe stars and planets through a modern telescope, and do fun astronomy activities, 6-9 p.m. Oct. 29 at Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park, 6239 S.R. 21, Keystone Heights, 352-473-4701, floridastateparks.org, astro.ufl.edu/outreach/Park_Stargazing. JACKSONVILLE ARMADA VS. TAMPA BAY ROWDIES Local football faves take on in-state rivals, 4 p.m. Oct. 30, Community First Park, Baseball Grounds, Downtown, $15-$60, 633-6100, ticketmaster.com. __________________________________ Left: Amy Lincoln To list an event, send time, date, location (street address, city), admission price, contact number to print to Daniel A. Brown – email dbrown@folioweekly.com or mail, 45 W. Bay St., Ste. 103, Jacksonville FL 32202. Items run as space is available. Deadline noon Wednesday for next Wednesday printing.

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KICKOFFS & COCKTAILS FLORIDA/GEORGIA WEEKEND While finding a ticket for this time-honored tradition is about as easy as finding a human hair on Donald Trump’s corpulent crown, the Florida/Georgia Weekend (Go Gators! How ’Bout Them Dawgs?! And so forth …) remains a beer-drenched bacchanal of (rightfully) legendary proportions. A flurry of events surround this pigskin party – did you know the teams trade headlining each year? 2016 is actually Georgia/Florida, but nobody we know admits to it), and wandering solo around RV City can give you a wellspring of anecdotes to tell your therapist. Game kickoff is 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, EverBank Field, Downtown; festivities begin Wednesday, Oct. 26; details at flga.org. OCT. 26 - NOV. 1, 2016 • FOLIOWEEKLY.com • 15


LIVE MUSIC + NIGHTLIFE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26 - TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2016 ANTHONY HAMILTON The Grammy Award-winning R&B artist performs with LALAH HATHAWAY and ERIC BENET at the Times-Union Center’s Moran Theater, Downtown. 8:00 P.M. OCT. 28 TIMES-UNION CENTER’S MORAN THEATER 300 WEST WATER ST. DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE $45-$90 • (904) 633-6110

CONCERTS THIS WEEK

Prefest Invasion 3: I CAME FROM EARTH, $2 CHEECH, KID YOU NOT, POTATO ROCKET, DAN WEBB & the SPIDERS, IRISH HANDCUFFS, The CAULFIELD CULT 5:30 p.m. Oct. 26, Planet Sarbez, 115 Anastasia Blvd., St. Augustine, 342-0632, $10; $15 two-venue pass. SPADE McQUADE 6 p.m. Oct. 26, Fionn MacCool’s Irish Pub, Jacksonville Landing, Ste. 176, 374-1247. CRYPTIC WISDOM, The PALMER SQUARES, MATTHEW CARTER, BLUFF GAWD, DENVER HALL, GPO 7 p.m. Oct. 26, Jack Rabbits, 1528 Hendricks Ave., San Marco, 398-7496, $12 advance; $15 day of. SQUIRREL NUT ZIPPERS 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26, Ritz Theatre & Museum, 829 N. Davis St., Downtown, 632-5555, $30-$35.

The AUDACITY, ELECTRIC WATER, GOV CLUB, The STEVEN MARSHEK GROUP, DJ J MIX 8 p.m. Oct. 26, Nighthawks, 2952 Roosevelt Blvd., Riverside. MEAN JEANS, MELTED, WET NURSE, TEENAGE LOBOTOMY 8 p.m. Oct. 26, Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd., St. Augustine, 547-2188. Prefest Invasion 3: BLACK DRUM, MENTAL BOY, BOBBY’S OAR, SECRET STUFF, HODERA, NO FUN, NATO COLES & the BLUE DIAMOND BAND, THE SCUTCHES, THE RAGING NATHANS, WONK UNIT 5 p.m. Oct. 27, Shanghai Nobby’s $10; $15 two-venue pass. JON LANGSTON, RAY FULCHER 6 p.m. Oct. 27, Mavericks Live, 2 Independent Dr., Downtown, 356-1110, $25-$30. Prefest Invasion 3: CERAMICATS, FAULTS, SLEEPTALKER, LA PECHE, ROBES, TWELVE

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HOUR TURN, DREDGER 6 p.m. Oct. 27, Planet Sarbez, $10; $15 two-venue pass. ERNIE EVANS 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27, Mudville Music Room, 3104 Atlantic Blvd., St. Nicholas, 352-7008, $10. GHOSTWITCH, URSULA, The NOCTAMBULANT 8 p.m. Oct. 27, Jack Rabbits, $8 advance; $10 day of. DJ ZANE 3 8 p.m. Oct. 27, Nighthawks. “3” the BAND 9 p.m. Oct. 27, Flying Iguana, 207 Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach, 853-5680. Suwannee Hulaween: The STRING CHEESE INCIDENT, MY MORNING JACKET, DISCLOSURE, LOGIC, UMPHREY’S McGEE, GREENSKY BLUEGRASS, LETTUCE and dozens more jam-happy groups Oct. 28, 29 & 30, Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park, 3076 95th Dr., Live Oak, 386-364-1683, $69-$279; details and tix at musicliveshere.com.


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LIVE MUSIC + NIGHTLIFE Adult BYOB Cruise: JIM BARCARO 5:30 p.m. Oct. 28 & 29, 1 N. Front St., Fernandina Beach, 261-9972, ameliarivercruises.com. The AVETT BROTHERS 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28, Veterans Memorial Arena, 300 A. Philip Randolph Blvd., Downtown, 630-3900, $34-$54. MIKE SHACKELFORD, STEVE SHANHOLTZER, JOEY KERR, STEVE CAREY 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28, Mudville Music Room, $10. ANTHONY HAMILTON, LALAH HATHAWAY ERIC BENET 8 p.m. Oct. 28, Times-Union Center’s Moran Theater, 300 Water St., Downtown, 633-6110, $48.50-$88.50. TWELVE HOUR TURN, BIRTHDAY PONY, RØBES, LA PECHE, SLEEP TALKER, MOYAMOYA 8 p.m. Oct. 28, Rain Dogs, 1045 Park St., Riverside, 379-4969, $10. THE MINNEAPOLIS SOUND (Prince Tribute) 8 p.m. Oct. 28, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, 1050 A1A N., 209-0399, $27. SMELLS LIKE GRUNGE (Nirvana Tribute), ELITE (Deftones Tribute) 8 p.m. Oct. 28, 1904 Music Hall, 19 Ocean St., Downtown, $8 advance; $10 day of. PAUL IVEY BAND 8 p.m. Oct. 28, Unity Plaza Amphitheater, 220 Riverside Ave., 220-5830. JUST the TIPS 8 p.m. Oct. 28, Nighthawks. MONKEY WRENCH 9:30 p.m. Oct. 28, Whiskey Jax, 10915 Baymeadows Rd., Southside, 634-7208. BRITESIDE 10 p.m. Oct. 28 & 29, Flying Iguana. RAZORZ EDGE, CID VOORHEEZ, MIZZY RAW, AUTOMATIK FIT 7 p.m. Oct. 29, Jack Rabbits, $8 advance; $10 day of. BONNIE RAITT, The CALIFORNIA HONEYDROPS 7:30 p.m. Oct. 29, St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340 A1A S., 209-0367, $39.50-$99.50. TODD SNIDER, ROREY CARROLL 8 p.m. Oct. 29, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, $36.50-$41.50. GOLDEN PELICANS, TENEMENT, DFMK, The MOLD 8 p.m. Oct. 29, Shanghai Nobby’s MEAN JEANS, MELTED, DAGGER BEACH, DEEP THOUGHTS 8 p.m. Oct. 29, Nighthawks. DEPARTMENT of CORRECTION, DIE CHOKING, SHADOW HUNTER, LA-A, TOILER 8 p.m. Oct. 29, Rain Dogs. MICHAEL LAGASSE 6 p.m. Oct. 30, Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave., St. Augustine, 825-1164, $5.

The ELI YOUNG BAND 6 p.m. Oct. 30, Mavericks Live, $20-$25. DARREN CORLEW 8:30 p.m. Oct. 30, Flying Iguana. FAREWELL MY LOVE, The FUNERAL PORTRAIT, MATT SKAJEM 7 p.m. Nov. 1, Jack Rabbits, $10. JON STICKLEY TRIO, LEISURE CHIEF, AFROBETA 8 p.m. Nov. 2, 1904 Music Hall. NARROW/ARROW, CAVE PAINT, SEA CYCLES, LANNDS 9 p.m. Nov. 2, Nighthawks.

LIVE MUSIC CLUBS AMELIA ISLAND FERNANDINA

ALLEY CAT Beer House, 316 Centre St., 491-1001 Dan Voll 6:30 p.m. Oct. 26. John Springer every Thur. Brian Ernst every Fri. LA MANCHA, 2709 Sadler Rd., 261-4646 Miguel Paley 5:30-9 p.m. every Fri.-Sun. Javier Parez every Sun. SLIDERS Seaside Grill, 1998 S. Fletcher Ave., 277-6652 King Eddie & Pili Pili 6 p.m. Oct. 26. Tad Jennings Oct. 27. Darrel Rae, Reggae SWAT Team Oct. 28. JC & Mike, Davis Turner Oct. 29. JC & Mike Oct. 30. Dan Voll Oct. 31. Mark O’Quinn Nov. 1 SURF Restaurant, 3199 S. Fletcher Ave., 261-5711 Yancy Clegg Oct. 26. Reggie Catfish Lee Oct. 27. Black Jack Band every Fri.

Oct. 27. Briteside 10 p.m. Oct. 28 & 29. Darren Corlew 8:30 p.m. Oct. 30. Live music on weekends. GUSTO, 1266 Beach Blvd., 372-9925 Groov 7:30 p.m. every Wed. Murray Goff Fri. Under the Bus every Sat. Gene Nordan 6 p.m. every Sun. LYNCH’S Irish Pub, 514 First St. N., 249-5181 Yamadeo 10 p.m. Oct. 28. Let’s Ride 10 p.m. Oct. 29. Split Tone Thur. Chillula Fri. Be Easy Mon. MELLOW MUSHROOM, 1018 Third St. N., 241-5600 Bonnie Blue 9 p.m. Nov. 3. Live music weekends MEZZA Restaurant & Bar, 110 First St., NB, 249-5573 Gypsies Ginger every Wed. Mike Shackelford, Steve Shanholtzer every Thur. Mezza Shuffle every Mon. Trevor Tanner every Tue. RAGTIME Tavern, 207 Atlantic Blvd., AB, 241-7877 Cody Johnston Oct. 26. The Christopher Dean Band, Dave Hollingsworth 7 p.m. Oct. 27. Bay Street Oct. 28 & 29. Live music every Wed.-Sun. SALT LIFE Food Shack, 1018 N. Third St., 372-4456 Billy Buchanan Oct. 30 SOUTHERN GROUNDS & Co., 200 First St., NB, 249-2922 The Session 7 p.m. Oct. 28 ZETA BREWING, 131 First Ave. N., 372-0727 Live music every Thur.-Sat.

CAMDEN COUNTY, GA. CAPTAIN STAN’S Smokehouse, 700 Bedell Dr., Woodbine, 912-729-9552 Acoustic music 6:30 p.m. every Sat.

AVONDALE, ORTEGA

DOWNTOWN

CASBAH Café, 3628 St. Johns Ave., 9819966 Goliath Flores every Wed. Live jazz every Sun. Live music 9 p.m. every Mon. ECLIPSE, 4219 St. Johns Ave. KJ Free 9 p.m. every Tue. & Thur. Indie dance 9 p.m. every Wed. ’80s & ’90s dance every Fri. MELLOW MUSHROOM, 3611 St. Johns Ave., 388-0200 Live music every Thur.-Sat.

1904 MUSIC Hall, 19 Ocean St. N. Oceana 7 p.m. Oct. 26. Smells Like Grunge (Nirvana Tribute), Elite (Deftones Tribute) 8 p.m. Oct. 28. The Boogie, Denzel Curry, Yoshi Thompkins Nov. 1. Jon Stickley Trio, Leisure Chief, Afrobeta 8 p.m. Nov. 2 DE REAL TING, 128 W. Adams St., 633-9738 De Lions of Jah 7 p.m. Oct. 28 DOS GATOS, 123 E. Forsyth St., 354-0666 DJ Brandon every Thur. DJ NickFresh every Sat. DJ Randall every Mon. DJ Hollywood every Tue. FIONN MacCOOL’S, Jax Landing, 374-1247 Spade McQuade 6 p.m. Oct. 26. Dirty Gringos 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Oct. 28. Austin Park 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Oct. 29. Live music every Fri. & Sat. JACKSONVILLE Landing, 353-1188 DJ Kevin Tos, DJ Patrick Harlow 7 p.m.-2 a.m., Austin Park 8 p.m.-1 a.m. Oct. 28. Radio

THE BEACHES (All venues in Jax Beach unless otherwise noted)

BLUE TYPHOON, 2309 Beach Blvd., 379-3789 Live music most weekends BLUE WATER Island Grill, 205 First St. N., 249-0083 Mystic Dino, Ras AJ Oct. 30 BRASS ANCHOR Pub, 2292 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach, 249-0301 Dan “Shifty Gears” Raymond, Joe Oliff Oct. 26 FLYING IGUANA, 207 Atlantic Blvd., NB, 853-5680 3 the Band 9 p.m.

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Prevatt’s Sports Bar & Grill, 2620 Blanding Blvd., Middleburg, 282-1564. AROMAS COSTUME PARTY There’ll be drinking, dancing and wearing of masks, and prizes for the costume contest, 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Oct. 28, 29 & 30 at 4372 Southside Blvd., Jacksonville, 928-0515. HALLOWEEN BEER MUG PAINTING Bottle & Bodega and Veterans United Craft Brewery offer this class, 6-8:30 p.m Oct. 27 at Veterans United Craft Brewery, 8999 Western Way, Ste. 104, Southside, 253-3326. Wear a costume and score goodies for the kiddies 5-11 p.m. Oct. 29. YAPPY HOUR & PET COSTUME CONTEST The contest is free to enter and watch; it’s followed by the annual buffet ($12.95 members; $15.95 guests) and hayride. 6-9 p.m. Oct. 27 at Country Club of Orange Park, 2525 Country Club Blvd., 276-7664, solegolf.com. A NIGHTMARE ON KING STREET The Loft Halloween Costume Party, with DJs Wes Reed, Josh Kemp, and Ryan Anand, a music video dance party, and trophies and prizes, is held 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Oct. 27 at 925 King St., Riverside, 5511350, loftjax.com PREVATT’S HALLOWEEN The Zeb Padgett Band plays and food, themed drinks and a costume contest and prizes are featured. 8 p.m. Oct. 28 at

SOUL TRAIN MELLOWEEN PARTY This event, celebrating all things Soul Train, is held 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Oct. 28 at Mellow Mushroom, 1018 N. Third St., Ste. 2, Jax Beach, 246-1500. Dress in your best funky attire – or just talk in a deep rich baritone to honor the host Don Cornelius. Prizes for costumes. Str8-Up plays. HALLOWEEKEND A costume contest and more activities are featured, 7 p.m. Oct. 28-11:55 p.m. Oct. 31 at Birdies, 1044 Park St., Riverside, 356-4444. THE SCREAM PARK With more than “25,000 square feet of terror,” this Halloween destination features haunted houses – The Xperiment, Scarecrow’s Revenge, Penny Manor, The Rot – as well as escape room, carnival rides, games, hayride, music, kids zone, nightly shows, food and more. 6-10 p.m. Oct. 27, 6 p.m.-midnight Oct. 28 and 29 and 6-11 p.m. Oct. 30 at Clay County Fairgrounds, 2493 S.R. 16, Green Cove Springs, prices vary per attraction; info@ thescreampark.com.

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TRAIL OF TERROR Claiming “a resurrection 10 years in the making,” this Halloween destination bills itself as “fun for the whole family.” Huh. With food trucks, zombie paintball range, tarot card readings, face-painting and a full bar, it’s open 7-11 p.m. Oct. 28 and 29 and 7-10 p.m. Oct. 30 and 31 at Paintball Adventures, 11850 Camden Rd., Northside, $13-$25, 474-1114, jaxterror.com. SUN-RAY CINEMA The Girl on the Train and Jack Reacher: Never Go Back are currently screening, 1028 Park St., 5 Points, 359-0049, sunraycinema.com. Dracula runs Oct. 27 and 30. I Drink Your Blood Uncensored and Uncut is screened – or is that SCREAMED? – on Oct. 27. Miss Hokusai and Little Sister start on Oct. 28. The Invisible Man screens on Oct. 29. Doctor Strange starts Nov. 3. CORAZON CINEMA & CAFÉ The Little Shop of Horrors starts Oct. 26; Indignation starts Oct. 28. The Others runs for Throwback Thursday at noon Oct. 27. The Green Series continues with Sonic Sea, 7 p.m. Oct. 27. Haunted Masquerade is held Oct. 29. Scary Sunday series continues 8 p.m. Oct. 30. 36 Granada St., St. Augustine, 6795736, corazoncinemaandcafe.com. IMAX THEATER Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Deepwater Horizon, Robots 3D, America Wild: National Parks Adventure, A Beautiful Planet and Secret Ocean screen at World Golf Village IMAX Theater, St. Augustine, 940-4133, worldgolfimax.com. Inferno IMAX 2D starts

Oct. 28. Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them starts Nov. 17. HALLOWEEN FANTASY FETISH BALL The Infernal Doll Factory Savage Burlesque presents its inaugural fetish burlesque theater with Inferno Inc. and legendary Gothic Industrial DJ Alex Pagan, costume contests, full liquor bar, free parking and prizes; 18 to play, 21 to drink; 9 p.m. Oct. 21 at Morocco Shrine Auditorium, 3800 St. Johns Bluff Rd. S., Southside, $10-$15. FALL FESTIVAL San Jose Academy and Preparatory High School hold this festival, with themed booths, crafts, activities, games, costume contests, snacks, candy and prizes, 5-8 p.m. Oct. 28 at San Jose Schools, 4072 Sunbeam Rd., Mandarin, 425-1725,

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WAREHOUSE 31 UNLEASHED These scary haunted houses – The Asylum and The Factory – are open 7:30 p.m.-mid. Oct. 28 and 29; 7:30-11 p.m. Oct. 27 and 30, 225 W. Davis Industrial Dr., St. Augustine; $15 for one house, $25 for both, $5 hayride; warehouse31unleashed.com. ADVENTURE LANDING HAUNT NIGHTS Apocalypse 3D Clown Takeover High-tech zombie simulations, with “murderous” clowns, freaks and carnival chaos. Pinehurst Asylum Rooms are open. Containment The outbreak begins ... enter if you dare. Descent Explore an old tomb, see demons, ghosts, evil creatures. 7 p.m.-10 p.m., 11 p.m. or mid., Oct. 27-31. Through Oct. 31; $12.99 and up; combo haunt $25.99; 1944 Beach Blvd., Jax Beach, 246-4386, hauntnights.com. CATTY SHACK RANCH HAUNTED FOREST Crafts, games, candy, Haunted Forest experience, big cats. 5-9 p.m. Oct. 28; 3-9 p.m. Oct. 29. 1860 Starratt Rd., Northside, 757-3603; $10 adults; $5 kids 3-11; free kids 2 and younger; cattyshack.org. JACKSONVILLE ZOO SPOOKTACULAR The family-friendly Enchanted Land has pirates and princesses. Three scare-zones: Witch’s Lair, Land of the Zombie and Dragon’s Cave. Charlie Brown & the Great Pumpkin Patch, Wizard of Oz in Range of the Jaguar, The Lands of Far Far Away, Peter Pan’s Neverland, DJs spin kidfriendly Halloween music, candy stations,

jack o’lanterns, animal exhibits (giraffes, bobcats, alligators, jaguars). The Great Lawn has bounce houses and inflatable slide. 6:30-10 p.m. Oct. 27-31. Admission prices vary. 370 Zoo Parkway, Northside, 757-4463, jacksonvillezoo.org. ST. MARYS RAILROAD HALLOWEEN EXPRESS The authentic steam locomotive rides the rails to Ghost Town. Costumes encouraged. 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Oct. 29, 1000 Osborne St., St. Marys; $20 adults; $17 ages 3-12; free for kids 2 and under, tickets must be bought in advance at stmarysrailroad.com or 912-200-5235. ANGIE’S SUBS ANNUAL PUMPKIN CARVING PARTY The annual Pumpkin Carving Contest & Party, with pumpkin-carving and eating contests, prizes, beverages and specials, is 6-9 p.m. Oct. 26, Angie’s Subs, 1436 Beach Blvd., Jax Beach, 249-7827, B.Y.O.P. (Bring Yer Own Pumpkin) and carving utensils. AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON The classic horror film (or is it a comedy?) screens at 3 and 7:15 p.m. Oct. 26-30, Corazon Café & Cinema, 36 Granada St., 679-5736, corazoncinemaandcafe.com. CREATURES OF THE NIGHT Kids can trick or treat on the walkways and meet costumed animal-keepers with creepy creatures and candy, 5:30-7 p.m., Oct. 28, 29 and 30, St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, 999 Anastasia Blvd., 824-3337; members

$9 adults, $7 ages 2-11; nonmembers $10, ages 2-11 $8, alligatorfarm.com.

or Not! Museum, 19 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine, 824-1606, ghostrainadventure.com.

HAUNTED MASQUERADE ART SHOW The semi-formal masquerade featuring the works of local artists is held 7-10 p.m. Oct. 29 at Corazon Café & Cinema, 36 Granada St., St. Augustine, 679-5736, corazoncinemaandcafe.com.

DAY OF THE DEAD TEQUILA FEST The El Día de los Muertos celebration includes tequila samples, sugar skullpainting, live music and $2 tacos, 5-7 p.m. Nov. 1, BlackFinn Ameripub, 4840 Big Island Dr., Ste. 5, St. Johns Town Center, 345-3466, $10 advance, $15 at the door, blackfinnameripub.com.

THE AMERICAN WAKE TOUR Live music, grave entertainment, Oct. 30, 1904 Music Hall, 19. N. Ocean St., Downtown, americanmurdertour.com. HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTEST Ancient City Tours holds its 11th annual contest and merchant trick-or-treating on St. George Street, 2-5 p.m. Oct. 30, 6 Cordova St., St. Augustine, 827-0807, ancientcitytours.net. SCARY LITERARY POETRY READING Ancient City Poets holds an open mic reading, 3-4:30 p.m. Oct. 30, Corazon Cinema & Café, 36 Granada St., St. Augustine. Costumes encouraged. LOCALS HALLOWEEN NIGHT This party, with a costume contest – $500 prize – plus no cover charge and DJ 007 spins, is held 9 p.m. Oct. 31 at Locals Cocktail Lounge, 869 Sadler Rd., Ste. 102, Fernandina Beach, 775-5943. GHOST TRAIN ADVENTURE Go on a paranormal train tour, with an EMF Ghost Meter, starting at Ripley’s Believe It

HALLOWEEN CANDY BUY BACKS Several dentists’ offices will buy back your candy in the spirit of good dental health. Krantz Dental Care, 12058 San Jose Blvd., Ste. 102, Mandarin and 1695 Wells Rd., Orange Park, 269-7004. Kids First Dentistry pays a dollar a pound, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 2-13, 4495 Roosevelt Blvd., Ste. 111, Jacksonville, 423-1377, kids1dentistry.com. NE FL GHOST & PARANORMAL MEETUP GROUP This local organization provides “support and assistance for those experiencing a paranormal encounter. Private, confidential investigations are offered to those requesting assistance with a paranormal encounter. If you believe you are haunted, you live in a haunted house or you are being visited in your sleep,” join in the research and ghosting events. The next local gathering is Nov. 6 in Green Cove Springs, a hotbed of paranormal activity. meetup.com/Northeast-Florida-Ghost-andParanormal-Meetup-Group.

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LIVE MUSIC + NIGHTLIFE Love 11:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m., DJ Kevin Tos, DJ Davin Hydro 7 p.m.-2 a.m., Easy Posse 8 p.m.-1 a.m. Oct. 29 MARK’S Downtown, 315 E. Bay St., 355-5099 DJ Dr. Doom 10 p.m. every Fri. DJ Shotgun 10 p.m. every Sat. MAVERICKS LIVE, Jax Landing, 356-1110 Jon Langston, Ray Fulcher 6 p.m. Oct. 27. Georgia Florida Dance Party 7 p.m. Oct. 28. Georgia vs. Florida Watch and After Partynoon Oct. 29. Eli Young Band 6 p.m. Oct. 30. Johnnyswim Nov. 2. Joe Buck, DJ Justin every Thur.-Sat. MYTH Nightclub, 333 E. Bay St., 707-0474 DJs Lady Miaou, Booty Boo, Cry Havoc, Some Dude 9 p.m. Glitz Wed. Q45, live music Wed. EDM every Thur. Eric Rush every Fri. DJ IBay Sat. Bangarang & Crunchay Sun. THE VOLSTEAD, 115 W. Adams St., 414-3171 Go Get Gone 9 p.m. Oct. 28

WHITEY’S Fish Camp, 2032 C.R. 220, 269-4198 Love Monkey 9 p.m. Oct. 28. Live music every Thur.-Sun.

INTRACOASTAL CLIFF’S Bar & Grill, 3033 Monument Rd., Ste. 2, 645-5162 Vox Debut Oct. 26. Blistur 10 p.m. Oct. 28 & 29. Open mic every Tue. JERRY’S, 13170 Atlantic Blvd., 220-6766 Rick Arcusa 10 p.m. Oct. 28

MANDARIN ENZA’S Italian Restaurant, 10601 San Jose Blvd., Ste. 109, 268-4458 Brian Iannucci Oct. 26 & 30 IGGY’S SEAFOOD SHACK, 104 Bartram Oaks Walk, Ste. 101, 209-5209 Brittney Lawrence 6 p.m. Oct. 27. DJ Greg every Wed.

FLEMING ISLAND

ORANGE PARK, MIDDLEBURG

MELLOW MUSHROOM, 1800 Town Ctr. Blvd., 541-1999 Robert Brown Jr. The Confluent 8 p.m. Oct. 28. Live music most weekends.

DEE’S Music Bar, 2141 Loch Rane Blvd., Ste. 140, 375-2240 DJ Daddy-O every Tue. THE HILLTOP, 2030 Wells Rd., 272-5959 John Michael on the piano every Tue.-Sat.

BONNIE RIATT Blues great BONNIE RAITT (pictured) performs with The CALIFORNIA HONEYDROPS. 6:00 P.M. OCT. 29 ST. AUGUSTINE AMPITHEATRE 1340C A1A SOUTH, ST. AUGUSTINE $35-$100 • (904) 209-0367

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THE ROADHOUSE, 231 Blanding Blvd., 264-0611 The Anton LaPlume Band 10 p.m. Oct. 26. DJ Big Mike Oct. 27. Flag on Fire 8 p.m. Oct. 28. Live music every weekend. SHARK Club, 714 Park Ave., 215-1557 Digital Skyline Oct. 26

PONTE VEDRA PUSSER’S GRILLE, 816 A1A, 280-7766 Live music every weekend TABLE 1, 330 A1A, 280-5515 Deron Baker Oct. 26 & Nov. 1. Gary Starling Jazz Band Oct. 27. Tier 2 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28. Javier Naranjo Oct. 29

RIVERSIDE, WESTSIDE BRIXX, 220 Riverside Ave., 300-3928 Live music every Thur. & Fri. HOBNOB, 220 Riverside Ave., Ste. 10, 513-4272 Live music every Fri. MURRAY HILL Theatre, 932 Edgewood Ave., 388-7807 Freddy Rosario 7 p.m. Nov. 5 NIGHTHAWKS, 2952 Roosevelt Blvd. The Audacity, Electric Water, Gov Club, The Steven Marshek Group, DJ J Mix 8 p.m. Oct. 26. DJ Zane 3 8 p.m. Oct. 27. Just the Tips 8 p.m. Oct. 28. Mean Jeans, Melted, Dagger Beach, Deep Thoughts 8 p.m. Oct. 29. Narrow/Arrow, Cave Paint, Sea Cycles, Lannds 9 p.m. Nov. 29


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LIVE MUSIC + NIGHTLIFE RAIN DOGS, 1045 Park St., 379-4969 Twelve Hour Turn, Birthday Pony, Røbes, La Peche, Sleep Talker, Moyamoya 8 p.m. Oct. 28. Department of Correction, Die Choking, Shadow Hunter, LA-A, Toiler 8 p.m. Oct. 29. Matt Woods, Beay Crum Nov. 1 UNITY PLAZA, 220 Riverside Ave. Paul Ivey 8 p.m. Oct. 28. Live music most every weekend.

ST. AUGUSTINE CELLAR UPSTAIRS, 157 King St., 826-1594 Brady Reich, Oh No Oct. 28. Evan D, Beautiful Bobby Blackmon & the B3 Blues Band Oct. 29. Vinny Jacobs Oct. 30 MARDI GRAS, 123 San Marco Ave., 823-8806 Twisted Vibes Oct. 28. JW Gilmore Oct. 29. Fre Gordon open mic Oct. 30. DJ Rob St. John every Wed. The ORIGINAL CAFE ELEVEN, 501 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Augustine Beach,

460-9311 Surfer Blood, The Best of Synthia 8:30 p.m. Nov. 3 PLANET SARBEZ, 115 Anastasia Blvd., 342-0632 Prefest Invasion 3: I Came From Earth, $2 Cheech, Kid You Not, Potato Rocket, Dan Webb & The Spiders, Irish Handcuffs, The Caulfield Cult 5:30 p.m. Oct. 26. Prefest Invasion 3: Ceramicats, Faults, Sleeptalker, La Peche, Robes, Twelve Hour Turn, Dredger 6 p.m. Oct. 27 SHANGHAI NOBBY’S, 10 Anastasia Blvd., 547-2188 Mean Jeans, Melted, Wet Nurse, Teenage Lobotomy 8 p.m. Oct. 26. Prefest Invasion 3: Black Drum, Mental Boy, Bobby’s Oar, Secret Stuff, Hodera, No Fun, Nato Coles & The Blue Diamond Band, The Scutches, The Raging Nathans, Wonk Unit 5 p.m. Oct. 27. Golden Pelicans, Tenement, DFMK, The Mold 8 p.m. Oct. 29. Halloween Party Oct. 31

BRITESIDE Local faves BRITESIDE put on a high-energy, individualized and unforgettable show in Jacksonville Beach. 10:00 P.M. OCT. 28 & 29 FLYING IGUANA 207 ATLANTIC BLVD. NEPTUNE BEACH (904) 853-5680

TRADEWINDS LOUNGE, 124 Charlotte St., 829-9336 Cottonmouth 9 p.m. Oct. 28 & 29. Live music every night.

SAN MARCO JACK RABBITS, 1528 Hendricks Ave., 398-7496 Cryptic Wisdom, The Palmer Squares, Matthew Carter, Bluff Gawd, Denver Hall, GPO 7 p.m. Oct. 26. Ghostwitch, Ursula, The Noctambulant 8 p.m. Oct. 27. Razorz Edge, Cid Voorheez, Mizzy Raw, Automatik Fit 7 p.m. Oct. 29. Farewell My Love, The Funeral Portrait, Matt Skajem 7 p.m. Nov. 1 MUDVILLE Music Room, 3104 Atlantic Blvd., 352-7008 Ernie Evans 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27. Mike Shackelford, Steve Shanholtzer, Joey Kerr, Steve Carey 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28

SOUTHSIDE, BAYMEADOWS GREEK STREET CAFÉ, 3546 St. Johns Bluff Rd. S., 503-0620 Tavernalive 6 p.m. every Mon. MELLOW MUSHROOM, 9734 Deer Lake Ct., 997-1955 IRIEsistance Oct. 27. Anton LaPlume Band Oct. 28. Milltown Road Oct. 29 WHISKEY JAX, 10915 Baymeadows Rd., 634-7208 Murray Goff, Shayne Rammler Oct. 26. Monkey Wrench 9:30 p.m. Oct. 28. Melissa Smith open mic every Thur. Blues jam every Sun. Country jam every Wed.

SPRINGFIELD, NORTHSIDE The BIRDHOUSE, 1827 N. Pearl St., 634-7523 Live music most weekends. The HEADLAMP, 818 Clay St. Live music every Fri. & Sat. MELLOW MUSHROOM Pizza Bakers, 15170 Max Leggett Pkwy., 757-8843 Live music most every weekend. SANDOLLAR, 9716 Heckscher Dr., 251-2449 Live music every Fri.-Sun. SHANTYTOWN PUB, 22 W. Sixth St., 798-8222 Autopilot 10 p.m. Oct. 26 __________________________________

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THE DARK STUFF GHOSTWITCH For more than a decade, Ryan Gunwitch-Black has been boiling up potent potion of darkly tinged tunes mixing swamp rock with a black patina of country-punk and metal. Whether as a solo artist, with his now-full-band version of Ghostwitch, or in his latest doom metal explorations in bitchCoven, Gunwitch-Black continues to offer tasty, hell-born honky-tonk for the 21st century. 8 p.m. with Ursula & the Noctambulant, Thursday, Oct. 27, Jack Rabbits, San Marco, $8 advance; $10 day of, jaxlive.com. OCT. 26 - NOV. 1, 2016 • FOLIOWEEKLY.com • 25


DINING DIRECTORY

INDIA’S RESTAURANT Southside’s venerable Indian restaurant, India’s is located at the corner of Baymeadows and Southside photo by Dennis Ho

INDIA’S RESTAURANT 9802 BAYMEADOWS RD., STE. 8 JACKSONVILLE (904) 620-0777 INDIAJAX.COM DINING DIRECTORY KEY AVERAGE ENTRÉE COST $ $$

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ABBREVIATIONS & SPECIAL NOTES BW = Beer/Wine

L = Lunch

FB = Full Bar

D = Dinner Bite Club = Hosted Free Folio Weekly Bite Club Event F = Folio Weekly Distribution Spot

K = Kids’ Menu TO = Take Out B = Breakfast R = Brunch

To list your restaurant, call your account manager or call or text SAM TAYLOR, GO Folio Weekly publisher, at 904-860-2465 (email: staylor@folioweekly.com).

AMELIA ISLAND FERNANDINA BEACH 29 SOUTH EATS, 29 S. Third St., 277-7919, 29southrestaurant.com. Historic downtown bistro’s Chef Scotty Schwartz serves traditional regional cuisine with a modern twist. $$ L Tu-Sa; D M.-Sa; R Sa BEACH DINER, 2006 S. Eighth St., 310-3750, beachdiner.com. Innovative breakfast: Eggs on the Bayou, fish-n-grits; French toast, riders, omelets. Lunch fare: salads, burgers, sandwiches, shrimp & crabmeat salad. $ K TO B R L Daily BRETT’S Waterway Café, 1 S. Front St., 261-2660. F On the water at Centre Street’s end, it’s Southern hospitality in an upscale atmosphere; daily specials, fresh local seafood, aged beef. $$$ FB L D Daily CAFÉ KARIBO, 27 N. Third St., 277-5269, cafekaribo.com. F In historic building,

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family-owned café has worldly fare, madefrom-scratch dressings, sauces, desserts, sourcing fresh greens, veggies, seafood. Dine inside or al fresco under oak-shaded patio. Microbrew Karibrew Pub next door has beer brewed onsite, imports. $$ FB K TO R, Su; L Daily, D Tu-Su in season CHEZ LEZAN Bakery Co., 1014 Atlantic Ave., 491-4663, chezlezanbakery.com. Fresh European-style breads, pastries: croissants, muffins, cakes, pies. $ TO B R L Daily The CRAB TRAP, 31 N. Second St., 261-4749, ameliacrabtrap.com. F Nearly 40 years, family-owned-andoperated. Fresh local seafood, steaks, specials. HH. $$ FB L D Daily DAVID’S Restaurant & Lounge, 802 Ash St., 310-6049, ameliaislanddavids.com. Steaks, fresh seafood, rack of lamb and ribeye, Chilean sea bass, in an upscale


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DINING DIRECTORY atmosphere. Chef Wesley Cox has a new lounge menu. $$$$ FB D Nightly DICK’S Wings & Grill, 474313 E. S.R. 200, 310-6945. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE ORANGE PARK. JACK & DIANE’S, 708 Centre St., 321-1444, jackanddianescafe.com. F Renovated 1887 shotgun house. Faves: jambalaya, French toast, pancakes, mac & cheese, crêpes. Vegan items. Inside or porch overlooking historic area. $$ BW K TO B L D Daily La MANCHA, 2709 Sadler Rd., 261-4646. Spanish, Portuguese fare, Brazilian flair. Tapas, seafood, steaks, sangria. Drink specials. AYCE paella Sun. $$$ FB K TO D Nightly LARRY’S Giant Subs, 474272 S.R. 200, 844-2225. F SEE ORANGE PARK. LECHONERA EL COQUÍ, 232 N. Second St., 432-7545. New Puerto Rican place. Chulleta kan kan (pork chops), Tripletta churosco sandwich, more. Like the Isle of Enchantment on Amelia Island. $ FB TO L D Tu-Su MOON RIVER Pizza, 925 S. 14th St., 321-3400, moonriverpizza.net. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Authentic Northernstyle pizzas, 20-plus toppings, pie/slice.

DINING DIRECTORY KEY AVERAGE ENTRÉE COST $ $$

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10-$20

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$

20-$35 > $35

ABBREVIATIONS & SPECIAL NOTES BW = Beer/Wine

L = Lunch

FB = Full Bar

D = Dinner Bite Club = Hosted Free Folio Weekly Bite Club Event F = Folio Weekly Distribution Spot

K = Kids’ Menu TO = Take Out B = Breakfast R = Brunch

To list your restaurant, call your account manager or call or text SAM TAYLOR, GO Folio Weekly publisher, at 904-860-2465 (email: staylor@folioweekly.com).

Calzones, salads. $ BW TO L D M-Sa The MUSTARD SEED Café, 833 Courson Rd., 277-3141, nassaushealthfoods.net. Casual organic eatery, juice bar, in Nassau Health Foods. All-natural organic items, smoothies, juices, herbal teas, coffees, daily specials. $$ K TO B L M-Sa The PATIO PLACE, 416 Ash St., 410-3717, patioplacebistro.com. Bistro/wine bar/ crêperie’s menu of global fare uses crêpes: starters, entrées, shareables, desserts. $$ BW TO B L D Tu-Su The PECAN ROLL Bakery, 122 S. Eighth St., 491-9815, thepecanrollbakery.com. F By historic district. Sweet/savory pastries, cookies, cakes, bagels, breads; from scratch. $ K TO B L W-Su POINTE Restaurant, 98 S. Fletcher Ave., 277-4851, elizabethpointelodge.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. In awardwinning inn Elizabeth Pointe Lodge. Seaside dining, open to public. Dine in or out. Hot buffet breakfast daily, full lunch menu. Homestyle soups, specialty sandwiches, salads, desserts. $$$ BW K B L D Daily The SALTY PELICAN Bar & Grill, 12 N. Front St., 277-3811, thesaltypelican amelia.com. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. 2nd-story outdoor bar. Owners T.J. & Al offer local seafood, fish tacos, Mayport shrimp, po’boys, cheese oysters. $$ FB K L D Daily SLIDERS Seaside Grill, 1998 S. Fletcher Ave., 277-6652, slidersseaside.com. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Oceanfront. Award-winning handmade crabcakes, fried pickles, fresh seafood. Open-air 2nd floor, balcony, playground. $$ FB K L D Daily T-RAY’S Burger Station, 202 S. Eighth St., 261-6310. F Family-owned-and-operated 18-plus years. Blue plate specials, burgers, biscuits & gravy, shrimp. $ BW TO B L M-Sa

ARLINGTON, REGENCY DICK’S Wings, 9119 Merrill Rd., Ste. 19, 745-9300. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE ORANGE PARK. LARRY’S Subs, 1301 Monument Rd., Ste.

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5, 724-5802. F SEE ORANGE PARK. SID & LINDA’S Seafood Market & Restaurant, 12220 Atlantic Blvd., Ste. 109, 503-8276. Pick a whole fish, have it cleaned, filleted, cooked to order. Dine in, take out. Housemade sauces. $$ K TO L D Daily

AVONDALE, ORTEGA CHOMP CHOMP, 4162 Herschel St., 3291679. Just relocated. Chef-inspired: The Philadelphia Experiment (sweet pork over arugula), panko-crusted chicken, burgers, Waldorf salad, bahn mi, Southern fried chicken, The Come Up (portabella mushroom, green tomato salsa, almonds). Curry Chomp chips, pasta salad. HH. $ BW L D Mon.-Sat. The FOX Restaurant, 3580 St. Johns Ave., 387-2669. Owners Ian and Mary Chase offer fresh fare, homemade desserts. Breakfast all day; signature items: burgers, meatloaf, fried green tomatoes. $$ BW K L D Daily HARPOON LOUIE’S, 4070 Herschel St., Ste. 8, 389-5631, harpoonlouies.net. F Locally owned & operated 20-plus years. American pub. 1/2-lb. burgers, fish sandwiches, pasta. Local beers, HH. $$ FB K TO L D Daily MELLOW MUSHROOM, 3611 St. Johns Ave., 388-0200. F Bite Club. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. PINEGROVE Market & Deli, 1511 Pine Grove Ave., 389-8655, pinegrovemarket.com. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. 40+ years. Burgers, Cubans, subs, wraps. Onsite butcher cuts USDA choice prime aged beef. Craft beers. Fri. & Sat. fish fry. $ BW TO B L D M-Sa RESTAURANT ORSAY, 3630 Park St., 381-0909, restaurantorsay.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. French/Southern bistro; local organic ingredients. Steak frites, mussels, pork chops. $$$ FB R, Su; D Nightly SIMPLY SARA’S, 2902 Corinthian Ave., 387-1000, simplysaras.net. F Downhome fare from scratch: eggplant fries, pimento cheese, baked chicken, fruit cobblers, chicken & dumplings, desserts. BYOB. $$ K TO L D Tu-Sa, B Sa

BAYMEADOWS AL’S Pizza, 8060 Philips Hwy., Ste. 105, 731-4300. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES.


PUNKED OUT PREFEST INVASION 3 Two St. Augustine clubs are offering a gnarly, multiple-day assault of aggro punk, gnarly garage, and everything in between, at the Prefest Invasion 3, with performances by local, national and international acts including I Came From Earth, $2 Cheech, Kid You Not, Potato Rocket, Dan Webb & The Spiders, Irish Handcuffs, Singapore’s The Caulfield Cult (pictured), Black Drum, Mental Boy, Bobby’s Oar, Secret Stuff, Hodera, No Fun, Nato Coles & The Blue Diamond Band, The Scutches, The Raging Nathans, Wonk Unit Ceramicats, Faults, Sleeptalker, La Peche, Robes, Twelve Hour Turn and Dredger. 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26; 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, Planet Sarbez; 5 p.m. Oct. 27, Shanghai Nobby’s; $10; $15 two-venue pass; for schedule, check out our Live Music listings on pages XX-XX, or go to facebook.com/theplanetsarbez, facebook.com/shanghai.nobby. OCT. 26 - NOV. 1, 2016 • FOLIOWEEKLY.com • 29


DERBY ON PARK Club sandwiches a mile high are just one of the many delicious menu items at Derby on Park in 5 Points photo by Dennis Ho

DERBY ON PARK 1068 PARK ST. 5 POINTS (904) 379-3343 DERBYONPARK.NET

INDIA’S Restaurant, 9802 Baymeadows Rd., Ste. 8, 620-0777, indiajax.com. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Authentic cuisine, lunch buffet. Curries, vegetables, lamb, chicken, shrimp, fish tandoori. $$ BW L M-Sa; D Nightly LARRY’S Giant Subs, 8616 Baymeadows Rd., 739-2498. F SEE ORANGE PARK.

DINING DIRECTORY KEY AVERAGE ENTRÉE COST $ $$

$

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10-$20

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20-$35 > $35

ABBREVIATIONS & SPECIAL NOTES BW = Beer/Wine

L = Lunch

FB = Full Bar

D = Dinner Bite Club = Hosted Free Folio Weekly Bite Club Event F = Folio Weekly Distribution Spot

K = Kids’ Menu TO = Take Out B = Breakfast R = Brunch

To list your restaurant, call your account manager or call or text SAM TAYLOR, GO Folio Weekly publisher, at 904-860-2465 (email: staylor@folioweekly.com).

METRO Diner, 9802 Baymeadows Rd., 425-9142. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE SAN MARCO. NATIVE SUN Natural Foods Market & Deli, 11030 Baymeadows Rd., 260-2791. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE MANDARIN. The WELL Watering Hole, 3928 Baymeadows Rd., Ste. 9, 737-7740, thewellwateringhole.com. Local craft beers, glass/bottle wines. Meatloaf sandwich, pulled Peruvian chicken, vegan black bean burgers. $$ BW K TO L M-F; D Tu-Sa TEQUILAS, 10915 Baymeadows Rd., Ste. 101, 363-1365, tequilasjacksonville.com. New Mexican place has casa-style dishes made with fresh, spicy hot ingredients. Vegetarian option. Top-shelf tequilas, drink specials. $$ FB K TO L D Daily WHISKEY JAX, 10915 Baymeadows Rd., Ste. 135, 634-7208, whiskeyjax.com. Gastropub. Craft beers, gourmet burgers, handhelds, street fare tacos, signature plates, whiskey. HH. $$ FB L D F-Su; D Nightly

BEACHES (Venues are in Jax Beach unless otherwise noted.)

AL’S PIZZA, 303 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach, 249-0002, alspizza.com. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. NY-style gourmet

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pizzas, baked dishes. 28-plus years. All day HH M-Thu. $ FB K TO L D Daily ANGIE’S SUBS, 1436 Beach Blvd., 246-2519. ANGIE’S Grom Subs, 204 Third Ave. S., 241-3663. Subs made with fresh ingredients, 25+ years. Huge salads, blueribbon iced tea. Grom has Sun. brunch, no alcohol. $ K BW TO L D Daily BEACH Diner, 501 Atlantic Blvd., AB, 249-6500. SEE AMELIA. BEACH HUT Café, 1281 Third St. S., 249-3516. 28+ years. Full breakfast menu served all day (darn good grits); hot plate specials Mon.-Fri. $ K TO B R L Daily CRUISERS Grill, 319 23rd Ave. S., 270-0356, cruisersgrill.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Locally owned & operated 20+ years. Half-pound burgers, fish sandwiches, big salads, award-winning cheddar fries, sangria. $ BW K TO L D Daily EUROPEAN Street Café, 992 Beach Blvd., 249-3001, europeanstreet.com. F SEE RIVERSIDE. FAMOUS TOASTERY, 311 N. Third St., 372-0712, famoustoastery.com. New place has breakfast and lunch: corned beef hash, gluten-free pancakes, bacon, omelets, eggs, toast. Wraps, Bloody Marys, mimosas, peach Bellini. $$ FB K TO B L Daily


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DINING DIRECTORY The FISH COMPANY Restaurant, 725 Atlantic Blvd., Ste. 12, AB, 246-0123, thefishcojax.com. Bite Club. Casual. Oyster raw bar, fresh local seafood, Mayport shrimp, crab, lobster. Home-style desserts. Patio; all-day HH Sun. $$ FB K TO L D Daily FLAMING SEAFOOD & SHAO KAO BBQ, 1289 Penman Rd., 853-6398. New place (is it Chinese? Barbecue? Seafood?) serves meats and vegetables, spiced, skewered on bamboo sticks. $ BW TO L D Daily FLYING IGUANA Taqueria & Tequila Bar, 207 Atlantic Blvd., NB, 853-5680, flyingiguana.com. F Latin American: tacos, seafood, carnitas, Cubana fare. 100+ tequilas. $ FB TO L D Daily GUSTO, 1266 Beach Blvd., 372-9925, gustojax.com. Classic Old World Roman cuisine, large Italian menu: homestyle pasta, beef, chicken, fish delicacies; open pizzatossing kitchen. Reservations encouraged. $$ FB TO L R D Tu-Su The HASH HOUSE, 610 Third St. S., 422-0644, thelovingcuphashhouse.com. New place offers locally sourced fare, locally roasted coffees, gluten-free, vegan,

DINING DIRECTORY KEY AVERAGE ENTRÉE COST $ $$

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10-$20

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$

20-$35 > $35

ABBREVIATIONS & SPECIAL NOTES BW = Beer/Wine

L = Lunch

FB = Full Bar

D = Dinner Bite Club = Hosted Free Folio Weekly Bite Club Event F = Folio Weekly Distribution Spot

K = Kids’ Menu TO = Take Out B = Breakfast R = Brunch

To list your restaurant, call your account manager or call or text SAM TAYLOR, GO Folio Weekly publisher, at 904-860-2465 (email: staylor@folioweekly.com).

vegetarian dishes – no GMOs or hormones. $ K TO B R L Daily LARRY’S Giant Subs, 657 Third St. N., 247-9620. F SEE ORANGE PARK. MELLOW MUSHROOM Pizza Bakers, 1018 Third St. N., Ste. 2, 241-5600, mellowmushroom.com. F Bite Club. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Hoagies, gourmet pizzas: Mighty Meaty, vegetarian, Kosmic Karma. 35 tap beers. Nonstop HH. $ FB K TO L D Daily METRO Diner, 1534 3rd St. N., 853-6817. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE SAN MARCO. M SHACK, 299 Atlantic Blvd., AB, 241-2599, mshackburgers.com. David and Matthew Medure flip burgers, hot dogs, fries, shakes. Dine in or out. $$ BW L D Daily NATIVE SUN Natural Foods Market & Deli, 1585 Third St. N., 458-1390. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE MANDARIN. POE’S Tavern, 363 Atlantic Blvd., AB, 241-7637, poestavern.com. Gastropub, 50+ beers, burgers, fries, fish tacos, Edgar’s Drunken Chili, daily fish sandwich special. $$ FB K L D Daily RAGTIME Tavern & Seafood Grill, 207 Atlantic Blvd., AB, 241-7877, ragtimetavern.com. F 30-plus years, iconic seafood place. Blackened snapper, sesame tuna, Ragtime shrimp. Daily HH, brunch Sun. $$ FB L D Daily SALT LIFE Food Shack, 1018 Third St. N., 372-4456, saltlifefoodshack.com. Specialty items, signature tuna poke bowl, fresh sushi, Ensenada tacos, local fried shrimp. $$ FB K TO L D Daily SEACHASERS, 831 First St. N., 372-0444, seachasers.com. Four areas: First Street Bar, Music Room, Beach Bar, Dining Room. Daily HH. In or on patio. $$ FB L D Daily SLIDERS Seafood Grille & Oyster Bar, 218 First St., NB, 246-0881, slidersseafoodgrille.com. Beachcasual spot. Faves: Fresh fish tacos, gumbo. Key lime pie, ice cream

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sandwiches. Brunch Sun. $$ FB K L Sa/ Su; D Nightly SURFWICHES Sandwich Shop, 1537 Penman Rd., 241-6996, surfwiches.com. Craft sandwich shop. Yankee-style steak sandwiches, hoagies, all made to order. $ BW TO K L D Daily THIS CHICK’S KITCHEN, 353 Sixth Ave. S., 778-5404, thischickskitchen.com. Farmto-table restaurant serving healthful, locally sourced clean meals. Gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian options. $$ TO L D W-Sa V PIZZA, 528 First St. N., 853-6633, vpizza.com. Traditional Neapolitana artisan pizza from Naples – Italy, not Florida, made with fresh ingredients. $$ FB TO L D Daily

DOWNTOWN AKEL’S Delicatessen, 21 W. Church St., 665-7324. 50 N. Laura St., Ste. 125, 446-3119, akelsdeli.com. F NYC-style deli. Fresh subs, sandwiches, burgers, gyros, wraps, vegetarian, breakfast, signature dressings. $ K TO B L M-F CANDY APPLE Café & Cocktails, 400 N. Hogan, 353-9717, thecandyapplecafeandcocktails.com. Chef-driven Southern/French cuisine, sandwiches, entrées, salads. $$ FB K L Daily; D Tu-Sa CASA DORA, 108 E. Forsyth St., 356-8282, casadoraitalian.com. F Chef Sam Hamidi serves Italian fare, 40+ years: veal, seafood, pizza. Homemade salad dressing. $ BW K L M-F; D M-Sa FIONN MacCOOL’S Irish Pub & Restaurant, Jax Landing, Ste. 176, 374-1547, fionnmacs.com. Casual dining, uptown Irish air; fish & chips, Guinness lamb stew, black-and-tan brownies. $$ FB K L D Daily INDOCHINE, 21 E. Adams St., Ste. 200, 598-5303, indochinejax.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Thai, Southeast Asian cuisine. Signature dishes: chicken Satay, soft shell crab; mango, sticky rice dessert. $$ FB TO L D M-F; D Tu-Sa OLIO Market, 301 E. Bay St., 356-7100, oliomarket.com. F From-scratch soups, sandwiches. Duck grilled cheese. $$ BW TO B R L M-F; D F & Sa


FANG A GONG JU PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE SCORES NOSFERATU For the last several years, Jacksonville University percussion professor Tony Steve and the Jacksonville University Percussion Ensemble have provided a live score to classic films from the silent era. This week, they turn their timbral attentions to the original vampire flick, F.W. Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece, Nosferatu. 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30 at JU’s Terry Concert Hall, Arlington, $10; $5 seniors, military, students, kids 17 and under, arts.ju.edu. OCT. 26 - NOV. 1, 2016 • FOLIOWEEKLY.com • 33


DINING DIRECTORY URBAN GRIND Coffee Company, 45 W. Bay, Ste. 102, 866-395-3954, 516-7799, urbangrind.coffee. Locally roasted whole bean brewed coffees, espressos, pastries, smoothies, bagels, cream cheeses. Chicken/ tuna salad, sandwiches. WiFi. $ B L M-F. URBAN Grind Express, 50 W. Laura St., 516-7799. SEE ABOVE. ZODIAC Bar & Grill, 120 W. Adams St., 354-8283, thezodiacbarandgrill.com. 16-plus years. Mediterranean cuisine, American fare, paninis, vegetarian dishes. Daily lunch buffet. Espressos, hookahs. HH M-F $ FB L M-F; D W-Sa

FLEMING ISLAND DICK’S Wings, 1803 East-West Parkway, 375-2559. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE ORANGE PARK. GRASSROOTS Natural Market, 1915 EastWest Parkway, 541-0009. F SEE RIVERSIDE. MELLOW MUSHROOM, 1800 Town Ctr. Blvd., 541-1999. F Bite Club. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. TAPS Bar & Grill, 1605 C.R. 220, Ste. 145, 278-9421, tapspublichouse.com. 2016

DINING DIRECTORY KEY AVERAGE ENTRÉE COST $ $$

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< $10

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$

> $35

BW = Beer/Wine

L = Lunch

FB = Full Bar

D = Dinner Bite Club = Hosted Free Folio Weekly Bite Club Event F = Folio Weekly Distribution Spot

TO = Take Out B = Breakfast R = Brunch

INTRACOASTAL WEST AL’S Pizza, 14286 Beach Blvd., Ste. 31, 223-0991. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. DICK’S Wings, 14286 Beach Blvd., Ste. 32, 223-0115. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE ORANGE PARK. GERMAN SCHNITZEL HAUS, 13475 Atlantic Blvd., Ste. 40, 221-9700, germanjax.com. Authentic German/ fusion fare: schnitzels, plus bratwurst, stroganoff, käsesspätzle. 13 German beers in bottles, on tap. Bar bites, cocktails. Outdoor BierGarten. HH Tu-Thur. $$ FB L & D Tu-Su LARRY’S Subs, 10750 Atlantic Blvd., Ste. 14, 642-6980. F SEE ORANGE PARK. SURFWICHES Sandwich Shop, 14286 Beach Blvd., Ste. 29, 559-5301. SEE BEACHES.

20-$35

ABBREVIATIONS & SPECIAL NOTES

K = Kids’ Menu

Best of Jax Winner. 50+ premium domestic, import tap beers. Burgers, sandwiches, entrées. $$ FB K L D Daily WHITEY’S Fish Camp, 2032 C.R. 220, 269-4198, whiteysfishcamp.com. F Real fish camp. Gator tail, freshwater catfish, daily specials, on Swimming Pen Creek. Tiki bar. Come by boat, bike or car. $ FB K TO L Tu-Su; D Nightly

To list your restaurant, call your account manager or call or text SAM TAYLOR, GO Folio Weekly publisher, at 904-860-2465 (email: staylor@folioweekly.com).

MANDARIN NW ST. JOHNS AKEL’s Deli, 12926 Granbay Pkwy. W., 880-2008. F SEE DOWNTOWN. AL’s Pizza, 11190 San Jose, 260-4115. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. BEACH Diner, 11362 San Jose Blvd., 683-0079. SEE AMELIA. CRUISERS, 5613 San Jose Blvd., 737-2874. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. DICK’S Wings & Grill, 100 Marketside Ave., 829-8134. 1610 University Blvd. W., 448-2110. 10391 Old St. Augustine, 880-7087. 965 S.R. 16, 825-4540. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE ORANGE PARK. ENZA’S Italian Restaurant, 10601 San Jose Blvd., Ste. 109, 268-4458, enzas.net.

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Family-owned place serves Italian cuisine, veal, seafood, specials. $$$ FB K TO D Tu-Su FIRST COAST Deli & Grill, 6082 St. Augustine Rd., 733-7477. Pancakes, bacon, sandwiches, burgers, wings. $ K TO B L Daily JAX DINER, 5065 St. Augustine,739-7070. New spot serves local produce, meats, breads, seafood. $ TO B L Daily METRO Diner, 12807 San Jose, 638-6185. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Dinner nightly. SEE SAN MARCO. NATIVE SUN Natural Foods Market & Deli, 10000 San Jose Blvd., 260-6950, nativesunjax.com. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Organic soups, baked items, sandwiches, prepared foods. Juice, smoothie, coffee bar. All-natural organic beer/wine. $ BW TO K B L D Daily TAPS Bar & Grill, 2220 C.R. 210 W., Ste. 314, 819-1554. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE FLEMING ISLAND. V PIZZA, 12601 San Jose Blvd., 647-9424. SEE SAN MARCO. WHOLE FOODS Market, 10601 San Jose, Ste. 22, 288-1100, wholefoodsmarket.com. Prepared-food department, 80+ items, fullservice/self-service bars: hot, soup, dessert. Pizza, sushi, sandwich stations. Grapes, Hops & Grinds bar serves wines, beers (craft/tap), coffees. $$ BW K TO B L D Daily

ORANGE PARK DICK’S Wings & Grill, 6055 Youngerman Cir., 778-1101, dickswingsandgrill.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. NASCARthemed restaurant serves 365 varieties of wings, plus half-pound burgers, ribs, salads. $ FB K TO L D Daily The HILLTOP, 2030 Wells Rd., 272-5959, hilltop-club.com. Southern style fine dining. New Orleans shrimp, certified Black Angus prime rib, she-crab soup, desserts. Extensive bourbon selection. $$$ FB D Tu-Sa LARRY’S Giant Subs, 1330 Blanding Blvd., Ste. 165, 276-7370. 1545 C.R. 220, 278-2827. 700 Blanding, Ste. 15, 272-3553. 5733 Roosevelt, 446-9500. 1401 S. Orange Ave., Green Cove, 284-7789, larryssubs. com. F All over the area, Larry’s piles ’em high, serves ’em fast; 36-plus years. Hot & cold subs, soups. Some Larry’s serve breakfast. $ K TO B L D Daily


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DINING DIRECTORY METRO Diner, 2034 Kingsley Ave., 375-8548. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Dinner nightly. SEE SAN MARCO. The ROADHOUSE, 231 Blanding Blvd., 264-0611, roadhouseonline.net. Sandwiches, wings, burgers, quesadillas 35-plus years. 75-plus imported beers. $ FB L D Daily The URBAN BEAN Coffeehouse Café, 2023 Park Ave., 541-4938, theurbanbeancoffee house.com. Locally-owned-&-operated. Coffee, espresso, smoothies, teas. Omelets, bagels, paninis, flatbread, hummus, salads, desserts. $$ K TO B L D Daily

PONTE VEDRA BEACH AL’S Pizza, 635 A1A, 543-1494. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. BEACH Diner, 880 A1A N., Ste. 2, 273-6545. SEE AMELIA. LARRY’S Subs, 830 A1A N., Ste. 6, 273-3993. F SEE ORANGE PARK. METRO Diner, 340 Front St., Ste. 700, 513-8422. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE SAN MARCO. TRASCA & CO. Eatery, 155 Tourside Dr., Ste. 1500, 395-3989, trascaandco.com.

DINING DIRECTORY KEY AVERAGE ENTRÉE COST $ $$

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$

20-$35 > $35

ABBREVIATIONS & SPECIAL NOTES BW = Beer/Wine

L = Lunch

FB = Full Bar

D = Dinner Bite Club = Hosted Free Folio Weekly Bite Club Event F = Folio Weekly Distribution Spot

K = Kids’ Menu TO = Take Out B = Breakfast R = Brunch

To list your restaurant, call your account manager or call or text SAM TAYLOR, GO Folio Weekly publisher, at 904-860-2465 (email: staylor@folioweekly.com).

New eatery; handcrafted Italian-inspired sandwiches, craft beers – many local choices – and craft coffees. $$ BW TO L R D Daily

RIVERSIDE 5 POINTS WESTSIDE 13 GYPSIES, 887 Stockton St., 389-0330, 13gypsies.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Authentic Mediterranean cuisine: chorizo, tapas, blackened cod, pork skewers, coconut mango curry chicken. Breads from scratch onsite. $$ BW L D Tu-Sa, R Sa AL’S Pizza, 1620 Margaret St., Ste. 201, 388-8384. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. BLACK SHEEP, 1534 Oak St., 355-3793, blacksheep5points.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. New American, Southern; local source ingredients. Daily specials, rooftop bar. HH. $$$ FB R Sa & Su; L M-F; D Nightly BREW Five Points, 1024 Park St., 714-3402, brewfivepoints.com. F Local craft beers, espresso, coffees, wine. Rotating drafts, 75-plus can craft beers, tea. Waffles, toasts, desserts, coffees. $ $ BW K B L Daily; late nite Tu-Sa BRIXX Wood Fired Pizza, 220 Riverside Ave., 300-3928, brixxpizza.com. New place offers pizzas, pastas, soups. Gluten-free options. Daily specials, buy-one-get-one pizzas 10 p.m.-close. $$ FB K TO L D Daily CORNER TACO, 818 Post St., 240-0412, cornertaco.com. Made-from-scratch Mexclectic street food, tacos, nachos, glutenfree, vegetarian options. $ BW L D Tu-Su CUMMER CAFÉ, Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, 829 Riverside Ave., 356-6857, cummer.org. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Light lunch, quick bites, locally roasted coffee, espresso-based beverages, homemade soups, sandwiches, gourmet desserts, daily specials. $ BW K L D Tu; L W-Su DERBY on PARK, 1068 Park St., 379-3343, derbyonpark.net. New American cuisine,

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upscale retro in historic building. Oak Street Toast, shrimp & grits, lobster bites, 10-oz. gourmet burger. Dine inside or out. $$ FB TO Brunch Sa/Su; B, L D Tu-Su EUROPEAN STREET Café, 2753 Park St., 384-9999. 130+ import beers, 20 on tap. Sandwiches. Outside dining at some EStreets. $ BW K L D Daily GRASSROOTS Natural Market, 2007 Park St., 384-4474, thegrassrootsmarket.com. F Juice bar uses certified organic fruits, veggies. Artisanal cheeses, 300 craft, import beers, 50 organic wines, produce, meats, vitamins, herbs, wraps, sides, sandwiches. $ BW TO B L D Daily HAWKERS ASIAN Street Fare, 1001 Park St., 508-0342, hawkerstreetfare.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Authentic dishes from mobile stalls: BBQ pork char sui, beef haw fun, Hawkers baos, chow faan, grilled Hawker skewers. $ BW TO L D Daily HOBNOB, 220 Riverside Ave., Ste. 110, 513-4272, hobnobwithus.com. Global inspiration, local intention – ahi poke tuna, jumbo lump crab tacos. $$ FB TO R L D Daily IL DESCO, 2665 Park St., 290-6711, ildescojax.com. Authentic Italian cuisine, like wood-fired pizzas, pasta made daily onsite, baked Italian dishes, raw bar, spaghetti tacos. Daily HH. $$-$$$ FB K TO L D Daily JOHNNY’S Deli & Grille, 474 Riverside Ave., 356-8055. F Casual spot serves made-to-order sandwiches, wraps, breakfast. $ TO B L M-Sa KNEAD Bakeshop, 1173 Edgewood Ave. S., 634-7617. Locally owned, family-run shop specializing in made-from-scratch creations – classic pastries, artisan breads, savory pies, specialty sandwiches, soups. $ TO B L Tu-Su LARRY’S Subs, 1509 Margaret, 674-2794. 7895 Normandy, 781-7600. 8102 Blanding, 779-1933. F SEE ORANGE PARK. LITTLE JOE’S Café, 245 Riverside Ave., Ste. 195, 791-3336. Riverview café. Soups, signature salad dressings. $ TO B L M-F METRO Diner, 4495 Roosevelt Blvd., 999-4600. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE SAN MARCO. MOON RIVER Pizza, 1176 Edgewood Ave. S., 389-4442. F 2016 Best of Jax


GRILL ME!

GEORGE O'LOUGHLIN

O'Loughlin Pub

6975 A1A S., St. Augustine Born in: St. Augustine Years in the Biz: 32 Fave Restaurant: Culhane's Irish Pub, (other than my own) Atlantic Beach Fave Cuisine Style: European/Celtic Fave Ingredient: Bacon grease Ideal Meal: Duck wings braised in Guinness, mashed potatoes Will Not Cross My Lips: Raw onion Insider's Tip: Blend Irish and Asian fare – incredible! Taste Treat: Breakfast bacon cupcake Winner. SEE AMELIA ISLAND. M SHACK, 1012 Margaret St., 423-1283. SEE BEACHES. RAIN DOGS, 1045 Park St., 379-4969. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Bar food: boiled peanuts, hummus, chili, cheese plate, pork sliders, nachos, herbivore items. $ D Nightly SOUTHERN ROOTS Filling Station, 1275 King St., 513-4726, southernrootsjax.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Healthy, fresh, light vegan fare; local, organic ingredients.

DINING DIRECTORY KEY AVERAGE ENTRÉE COST $ $$

$

< $10

$$$

10-$20

$$$$

$

20-$35 > $35

ABBREVIATIONS & SPECIAL NOTES BW = Beer/Wine

L = Lunch

FB = Full Bar

D = Dinner Bite Club = Hosted Free Folio Weekly Bite Club Event F = Folio Weekly Distribution Spot

K = Kids’ Menu TO = Take Out B = Breakfast R = Brunch

To list your restaurant, call your account manager or call or text SAM TAYLOR, GO Folio Weekly publisher, at 904-860-2465 (email: staylor@folioweekly.com).

Specials, on bread, local greens/rice, change daily. Sandwiches, coffees, teas. $ Tu-Su SUSHI Café, 2025 Riverside Ave., Ste. 204, 384-2888, sushicafejax.com. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Monster, Rock-n-Roll, Dynamite Roll. Hibachi, tempura, katsu, teriyaki. $$ BW L D Daily

ST. AUGUSTINE AL’S Pizza, 1 St. George St., 824-4383. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. CRUISERS Grill, 3 St. George St., 824-6993. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. DICK’S Wings, 4010 U.S. 1, 547-2669. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE O. PARK. The FLORIDIAN, 72 Spanish St., 829-0655, thefloridianstaug.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Updated Southern fare; fresh, local ingredients sourced from area farms. Vegetarian, gluten-free option. Signature fried green tomato bruschetta, blackened fish cornbread stack; grits w/shrimp/fish/ tofu. $$$ BW K TO L D W-M GYPSY CAB Company, 828 Anastasia Blvd., 824-8244, gypsycab.com. F Local mainstay 33+ years. Varied urban cuisine menu changes twice daily. Signature dish: Gypsy chicken. Seafood, tofu, duck, veal. $$ FB R Su; L D Daily MARDI GRAS Sports Bar, 123 San Marco Ave., 347-3288, mardibar.com. Wings, nachos, shrimp, chicken, Phillys, sliders, soft pretzels. $$ FB TO L D Daily

MBQUE, 604 Anastasia Blvd., 484-7472. Southern-style. Handspun milkshakes, kale salad. House-made rubs, sauces. Platters, ribs, brisket, sweet/spicy pulled/chopped pork, chicken, sausage. $$ BW K TO L D Daily MELLOW MUSHROOM, 410 Anastasia Blvd., 826-4040. F Bite Club. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. O’LOUGHLIN Pub, 6975 A1A S., 429-9715. New family-owned-and-operated. Authentic fish & chips, shepherd’s pie, corned beef & cabbage, bangers & mash, duck wings. $$ FB K TO L D Daily SALT LIFE Food Shack, 321 A1A Beach Blvd., 217-3256. SEE BEACHES. METRO Diner, 1000 S. Ponce de Leon Blvd., 758-3323. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Dinner nightly. SEE SAN MARCO. SHANGHAI NOBBY’S, 10 Anastasia Blvd., 547-2188. Cuban-style, Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. $$ FB

SAN MARCO SOUTHBANK BEACH Diner, 1965 San Marco Blvd., 399-1306. SEE AMELIA. The BEARDED PIG Southern BBQ & Beer Garden, 1224 Kings Ave., 619-2247, thebeardedpigbbq.com. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Barbecue joint offers Southern style BBQ, like brisket, pork, chicken, sausage, beef; veggie platters. $$ BW K TO Daily

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DINING DIRECTORY BISTRO AIX, 1440 San Marco Blvd., 398-1949, bistrox.com. F Mediterranean/French inspired menu changes seasonally. 250+ wine list. Wood-fired oven baked, grilled pizza, pasta, risotto, steaks, seafood. Handcrafted cocktails, specialty drinks. Dine outside. HH M-F. $$$ FB L D Daily EUROPEAN Street Café, 1704 San Marco, 398-9500. SEE RIVERSIDE. FUSION SUSHI, 1550 University Blvd. W., 636-8688, fusionsushijax.com. F Upscale sushi spot; fresh sushi, sashimi, hibachi, teriyaki, kiatsu, seafood. $$ K L D Daily INDOCHINE, 1974 San Marco, 503-7013. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE DOWNTOWN. KITCHEN on San Marco, 1402 San Marco Blvd., 396-2344, kitchenonsanmarco. com. Gastropub serves local, national craft beers, specialty cocktails. Seasonal menu, with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. $$ FB R Su; L D Daily METRO Diner, 3302 Hendricks Ave., 398-3701, metrodiner.com. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. Original upscale diner in a historic 1930s-era building.

DINING DIRECTORY KEY AVERAGE ENTRÉE COST $ $$

$

< $10

$$$

10- 20

$$$$

$

$

20-$35 > $35

ABBREVIATIONS & SPECIAL NOTES BW = Beer/Wine

L = Lunch

FB = Full Bar

D = Dinner Bite Club = Hosted Free Folio Weekly Bite Club Event F = Folio Weekly Distribution Spot

K = Kids’ Menu TO = Take Out B = Breakfast R = Brunch

To list your restaurant, call your account manager or call or text SAM TAYLOR, GO Folio Weekly publisher, at 904-860-2465 (email: staylor@folioweekly.com).

Meatloaf, chicken pot pie, soups. This one serves dinner nightly. $$ B R L D Daily PIZZA PALACE Restaurant & Pizzeria, 1959 San Marco Blvd., 399-8815, pizzapalacejax.com. F Family-owned-&operated; spinach pizza, chicken spinach calzones, ravioli, lasagna, parmigiana. Dine outside. HH. $$ BW K TO L D Daily TAVERNA, 1986 San Marco Blvd., 398-3005, tavernasanmarco.com. Chef Sam Efron’s authentic Italian; tapas, wood-fired pizza. Seasonal local produce, meats. Craft beer (some local), handcrafted cocktails, award-winning wine. $$$ FB K TO R L D Daily V PIZZA, 1406 Hendricks Ave., 527-1511, vpizza.com. True Neapolitana pizzas with the freshest ingredients – a rare class of artisan pizza from Naples. $$ FB to L D Daily

SOUTHSIDE TINSELTOWN ALHAMBRA Theatre & Dining, 12000 Beach Blvd., 641-1212, alhambrajax. com. USA’s longest-running, 50 years. Executive Chef DeJuan Roy’s themed menus. Reservations. $$ FB D Tu-Su The CHATTY CRAB, 9041 Southside Blvd., Ste. 138C, 888-0639, chattycrab.com. Chef Dana Pollard’s raw oysters, Nawlinsstyle low country boil, po’ boys, 50¢ wing specials. $$ FB K TO L D Daily DICK’S Wings, 10750 Atlantic Blvd., 619-0954. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE ORANGE PARK. EUROPEAN Street Café, 5500 Beach, 398-1717. SEE RIVERSIDE. GREEK Street Café, 3546 St. Johns Bluff Rd. S., Ste. 106, 503-0620, greekstreetcafe.com. Fresh, authentic, modern; Greek owners. Gyros, spanakopita, dolmades, falafel, salads, nachos. Awardwinning wines. $$ BW K TO L D M-Sa LARRY’S Subs, 3611 St. Johns Bluff Rd. S., 641-6499. 4479 Deerwood Lake Pkwy., 425-4060. F SEE ORANGE PARK. MARIANAS GRINDS, 11380 Beach Blvd., Ste. 10, 206-612-6596. Pacific Islander

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fare, chamorro culture. Soups, stews, fitada, beef oxtail, katden pika; empanadas, lumpia, chicken relaguen, BBQ-style ribs, chicken. $$ TO B L D Tu-Su MELLOW MUSHROOM, 9734 Deer Lake Ct., 997-1955. F Bite Club. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES. M SHACK, 10281 Midtown Pkwy., 642-5000. SEE BEACHES. OVINTE, 10208 Buckhead Branch Dr., 900-7730, ovinte.com. Italy, Spain, Mediterranean flavor. Small plates, tapas, charcuterie: ceviche fresco, pappardelle bolognese, lobster ravioli. 240-bottle/wines, 75/glass; craft spirits. $$ FB R, Su; D Nightly TAVERNA YAMAS, 9753 Deer Lake Ct., 854-0426, tavernayamas.com. F Bite Club. Charbroiled kabobs, seafood, desserts. Greek wines, daily HH. Bellydancing. $$ FB K TO L D Daily TOSSGREEN, 4375 Southside Blvd., Ste. 12, 619-4356. 4668 Town Crossing Dr., Ste. 105, 686-0234. Custom salads, burritos, burrito bowls; fruit, veggies, 100% natural chicken, sirloin, shrimp, tofu, cheese, dressing, salsa, frozen yogurt. $$ K TO L D Daily

SPRINGFIELD NORTHSIDE ANDY’S Grill, 1810 W. Beaver St., 354-2821, jaxfarmersmarket.com. Jax Farmers Market. Local, regional, international produce. Breakfast, sandwiches, snacks, beverages. $ B L D Mon.-Sat. BARZ Liquors & Fish Camp, 9560 Heckscher Dr., 251-3330. Authentic fish camp, biker-friendly, American-owned. Package store. $ FB L D Daily DICK’S Wings, 12400 Yellow Bluff Rd., 619-9828. 450077 S.R. 200, 879-0993. 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE ORANGE PARK. HOLA Mexican Restaurant, 1001 N. Main St., 356-3100, holamexicanrestaurant. com. F Authentic fresh fajitas, burritos, specials, enchiladas, more. HH; sangria. BW K TO L D M-Sa LARRY’S Subs, 12001 Lem Turner Rd., 764-9999. SEE ORANGE PARK. MELLOW MUSHROOM, 15170 Max Leggett Pkwy., 757-8843. F 2016 Best of Jax Winner. SEE BEACHES.


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