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DUVAL COUNTY


{Atlantic Beach, Baldwin, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach}


Argyle Village Square


Youngerman Cir., Jacksonville Located at Blanding and Argyle Forest Boulevard, Argyle


Village Square is an outdoor shopping center with lots of variety. Tenants include Babies “R” Us, Bed Bath & Beyond, Edible Arrangements, Famous Footwear, Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store, Michaels, Party City, Publix, T.J. Maxx and others. Nearby restaurants are Buffalo’s Café and Olive Garden, as well as a Carrabba’s Italian Grill.


Avenues Mall


363-3054 10300 Southside Blvd., Jacksonville www.simon.com


The Avenues Mall is a two-level, indoor shopping center


located at Interstate 95 and Philips Highway (U.S. Highway 1). Anchor stores are Belk, Dillard’s, JCPenney, Sears, Forever 21 and H&M. Other stores include the Disney Store, Foot Locker, Vans and Wet Seal. The mall has more than 150 stores total, a food court and a Ruby Tuesday. There is also a children’s play area as well as strollers available.


Avenues Walk


Avenues Walk Blvd., Jacksonville The shopping center is located at Philips Highway and


Southside Boulevard, across from the Avenues Mall. Stores include hhgregg, Haverty's Furniture, Plato's Closet and Walmart. Hungry shoppers can stop at Mikado Japanese Steakhouse for sushi and Chinese American cuisine.


Beaches Town Center


Atlantic Blvd. and First St., Neptune Beach www.beachestowncenter.com


The Beaches Town Center is a quaint area, located on


Atlantic Boulevard just west of the beach. The relaxed atmosphere makes it great for shopping, dining or just passing the time. Bali Cargo Company, the Bookmark, Jaffi’s and Shorelines are just a few of the shopping choices. Dining options include Mezza Luna, Ocean 60 and Lillie’s Coffee Bar.


Five Points


Park St., Margaret St. and Lomax St., Jacksonville www.5pointsjax.com


Five Points is an artsy, historic shopping district in


Riverside, where three roads meet to create a five-point intersection. The Five Points Theatre was the first in the area to show “talking films,” and today, the theater features independent films and classics. Stores include Boger’s Shoes, Crave, One of Each Gifts, The Clothing Warehouse and Wolfgang. The area also includes several locally owned restaurants.


_________________________________________________________________________ Right: Fantastic Fudge, photo by Laura Hampton Middle: Riverside Arts Market, photo by Laura Hampton Left: St. Johns Towncenter, photo by Jacqueline Persandi


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