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San Marco Blvd. and Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville San Marco Square has some of Jacksonville’s best one-of-


a-kind shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. Shop at Underwood’s Jewelers and the Wardroom. Dining includes Bistro Aix, Matthew’s and more. San Marco is home to Theatre Jacksonville, a volunteer community theatre founded in 1919, and San Marco Theatre, a local movie theater that serves food, beer and wine.


Shoppes at Bartram Park


Old St. Augustine Rd. and Bartram Park Blvd., Jacksonville www.regencycenters.com


Shoppes at Bartram Park is an outdoor shopping center on


Old St. Augustine Road. There are many stores located here including Kohl’s, Publix and Staples. Tijuana Flats and Panera Bread are two of the many restaurants in the area.


Shoppes of Avondale


St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville www.shoppesofavondale.com


Visit the Shoppes of Avondale along St. Johns Avenue in


historic Avondale. Avondale’s unique stores include Avondale Gift Boutique, Design Additions, Gottahaveit, Hooshang Oriental Rugs and others. The area also features some First Coast-favorite dining options like Biscotti’s, Blue Fish Restaurant and the Brick Restaurant.


St. Johns Town Center


998-7156 4663 River City Dr., Jacksonville www.simon.com


St. Johns Town Center is a large, open-air shopping


destination on the Southside. The area features more than 150 stores like Anthropologie, Bebe, Coldwater Creek, Famous Footwear, Fossil, Gap, Justice, Lacoste, Michael Kors, Pier 1 Imports, Payless Shoe Source, Puma, Sally Beauty Supply, Target and Zales. The Town Center has many restaurants including Blackfinn, Mitchell’s Fish Market and Ted’s Montana Grill.


All Telephone Numbers in the First Coast Relocation GuideTM are in Area Code 904 Unless Otherwise Noted


_________________________________________________________________________ Right: Shopping on Centre Street, photo courtesy of Amelia Island Convention & Visitors Bureau


First Coast Relocation GuideTM 2013 Centre Street


8th St. and Atlantic Ave./Centre St., Fernandina Beach Centre Street, in the historic district of Fernandina Beach,


is home to small, quaint shops and delectable eats. Stores include Books Plus, Twisted Sisters, Wadsworth’s Fine Menswear and more. Dine at Cafe Karibo, Le Clos, O’Kane’s Irish Pub & Eatery or the Crab Trap.


Spa and Shoppes at Amelia Island


261-6161 6800 First Coast Hwy., Amelia Island www.omniameliaislandplantation.com


The Spa and Shoppes at Amelia Island offers upscale stores


and salons in the beautiful Omni Amelia Island Plantation. Some of the shops are Amelia’s Signature Shop, Chico’s, Harrison’s Mercantile, Monkey Barrel, Resort To Home, Shoe Visions, and the Spa Boutique. All are on the grounds at the Plantation, a short walk for guests and residents.


NASSAU COUNTY


{Amelia Island, Bryceville, Callahan, Fernandina Beach, Hilliard, Yulee}


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