Quality Inn Airport
1351 Airport Road
Jacksonville, FL 32218
Phone: (904) 741-0094
Fax: (904) 741-3082
Green Papaya offers a range of Asian food items, although the focus is on Thai cuisine. Here you can sample exotic dishes from various Asian countries as the chefs put in all efforts to offer dishes with the freshest ingredients. Whether you love your meals just as they are, or you'd like to kick-in a few different spices, there is something on the menu for everyone. This is a great place in North Jacksonville for a casual lunch.
Housed in the Highlands Center strip mall on the north side of Jacksonville, just a short distance from I-95, this restaurant offers patrons a pleasant and tasty dining experience. Comfortable booths and a friendly staff enhance a menu that includes such options as Egg Drop Soup, General Chow Chicken, Mandarin Beef and a host of combination plates.
Tucked into the JC Penney Plaza on the north side of Jacksonville, just off I-295, this restaurant offers both Chinese cuisine and a Mongolian barbecue. You can order from a menu or dine from a Chinese buffet that offers a wide selection of popular dishes. The Mongolian barbecue offers you an opportunity to choose from a selection of fresh meats, vegetables and spices and to watch your selections prepared on a table side grill. Decor is oriental, with soft lights, comfortable seating in booths or tables, and ambient oriental music playing softly.
This is a great combination of fresh seafood market and carry-out restaurant. An online menu allows customers to browse, call in their order and pick it up to create a picnic at home, hotel or beachfront! You can't dine at Robert's Quality Seafood, so pick up and take home your seafood selection. Picking it out is half the fun. Choose from a large menu, and place your order via e-mail and receive special discounts. Call for details regarding orders.
This small, out-of-the-way, unpretentious restaurant offers delicious, affordable food with a delightful view of the water. Chowder Ted's has a good variety of appetizers, such as smoked fish spread and crackers, jalapeño peppers, and lots of onion rings. For main dishes, choose from a Pot Of Chowder, Ted's "famous" recipe with garlic bread, swamp burger, catch of the day sandwich, or Cajun shrimp. Ask about their Friday and Saturday dinner specials.
The original Whooper Burger was created here at the Burger King which started in the 50s. Being the second largest food chain restaurant, this place serves up a good fare of tasty juicy burgers and other fast food regulars. They have grown to have more than a thousand restaurants all over the globe but the taste remains the same throughout. If you are a fast food fan then Burger King should definitely be a must visit place on your list of fast food chains.
Popeye's Bonafide Chicken and Buttermilk Biscuits are the stuff that family gatherings are made of. These are the dishes that are better enjoyed when shared. Understanding health concerns, Popeye's has a menu that whilst retaining its taste also ensures that the food prepared and served is healthy and nutritious. This originally Louisiana restaurant has breached all borders and has patrons worldwide. For any information, contact them on their toll free number 1 877 POPEYES.
Most of the time this place is like any other restaurant and serves its Jamaican variety of dishes. On weekends, however, it turns into a rocking nightclub. Fridays and Saturdays are fun with DJs playing groovy tunes or live bands performing. Their signature dishes happen to be Jerk Chicken & Fish, that are sizzling hot and of course spicy. Moreover, you'll feel comfortable with the warm customer service and the owner coming up and chopping it up with you.
At Chew Restaurant, an effort is made to serve great food by using quality products which are either made in-house or sourced from outside. Try the vanilla-peppercorn lobster salad along with any of the entrées and wash it down with a wine or beer of your choice. If you are not in the mood for a lavish dinner, choose from the sandwiches section with a choice of side salad or potato chips.
Earlier called Club 618, this vibrant venue is a city hot spot always rocking for action. The plush red lounge with huge, decorative paper lanterns hanging from the ceiling, has lived up to the name and fame of Club 618; rather it's become better and more spacious. The patio serves as a dancing spot in the nightclub and live music is always playing in the background. Check out the place especially on weekends, as there are live, entertaining events happening here.
Jazz it up with breakfast or lunch at this charming downtown café in the Bank of America Tower. An in-house bakery adds mouthwatering aromas to the air. The café proudly displays posters and artwork relating to the city's annual Jacksonville Jazz Festival. For breakfast, choose from eggs and ham, bacon or sausage stuffed into a warm pita. For lunch, enjoy a varied menu, which includes low-fat, low-cholesterol choices like the baked breast of chicken sandwich, hummus, tabbouleh sandwiches and pasta primavera.
Located in the luxurious Omni Hotel Jacksonville in the heart of downtown, elegant cuisine is served all day long including breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. With an upscale, but casual ambiance, prices are moderate. There is a European bistro feeling, with rich woods and crisp linens. American and Italian dishes prevail. Pasta, seafood, chicken or steak is masterfully prepared. Filet mignon is topped with a tri-color peppercorn demi-glace, and there is a grilled catch-of-the-day. A full bar is available, along with a selection of vintage wines.