What’s On Tap

Where First Coast - - THE GUIDE -

From Jack­sonville’s hip River­side neigh­bor­hood to St. Au­gus­tine’s his­toric down­town, lo­cal brew­eries are pop­ping up along the First Coast. The lo­cal craft-beer scene, which has dou­bled in the past few years, now in­cludes eight mi­cro­brew­eries. Whether you’re vis­it­ing the brew­ery it­self or sit­ting down for a pint in a lo­cal bar or restau­rant, be sure to look for In­tu­ition Ale Works, Bold City Brew­ery, Green Room, Aard­wolf, En­gine 15, Pin­gle­head, Vet­er­ans United and A1A Ale­works. Ale Trail guide avail­able at Visit Jack­sonville, 208 N. Laura St. daily with week­end Br. www.bar­bara­jeans.com. 960030 Gate­way Blvd., 904.277.3700. Map 3, D1

En­joy au­then­tic and home­made Ital­ian spe­cial­ties in the heart of down­town Fer­nan­d­ina Beach. Open nightly. www.ciao­bistro-luca. com. 302 Cen­tre St., Fer­nan­d­ina Beach, 904.206.4311. Map 2, C3

Sa­vor gourmet cui­sine and unique wines or pick up some­thing to go. M din­ner; Tu-Su B, L, D. www.gourmet­gourmet­food. com. 1408 Lewis St., Fer­nan­d­ina Beach, 904.261.8973. Map 2, C5

Ex­pe­ri­ence Span­ish cui­sine with au­then­tic ta­pas, home­made san­gria and desserts from cel­e­brated fam­ily recipes. Open nightly for D. www.es­panad­own­town.com. 22 S. 4th St., Fer­nan­d­ina Beach, 904.261.7700. Map 2, C2

Dine in a his­toric Vic­to­rian cot­tage and en­joy French Proven­cal

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