SOURCE: Amelia Island CVB

Amelia Island CVB

December 18, 2009 08:41 ET

Amelia Island Kicks Off New Year With Annual Restaurant Week

AMELIA ISLAND, FL--(Marketwire - December 18, 2009) - With an irresistible mix of eclectic dining experiences, Amelia Island, in Northeast Florida, is pleased to announce its second annual Restaurant Week. The new program which runs January 24 through 31, 2010, will offer area residents and visitors a fixed menu, including three courses and a beverage, for only $19 or $29. Additionally, diners may enter to win a "Year of Dining," with 12, $50 gift certificates to be used once a month for an entire year.

"We had such an overwhelming, positive response from the 2009 Restaurant Week," said Gil Langley, President & CEO of the Amelia Island Convention & Visitors Bureau. "This year, we have several additional participating restaurants, allowing guests the opportunity to experience even more of Amelia Island's incredible dining options."

Participating Restaurants include:

Baxter's Restaurant -- Steakhouse

Bonito Grill & Sushi -- Asian Cuisine

Brett's Waterway Café -- Casual Seafood & Steak Dining

Café Karibo -- Eclectic American Cuisine

Crab Trap -- Seafood

Espana Restaurant & Tapas -- Spanish & Portuguese Cuisine

Gennaro's Ristorante Italiano -- Italian Cuisine

Horizons -- Continental Cuisine

Jack & Diane's -- Casual Dining

Joe's 2nd Street Bistro -- Fine Dining

Le Clos -- French Cuisine

O'Kane's Irish Pub -- Irish Cuisine

Marina Restaurant -- Casual Seafood Dining

PLAE Restaurant -- Fine Dining

Sliders Seaside Grill -- Oceanfront Dining

The Beech Street Grill -- Fine Dining

The Golf Club of Amelia Island at Summer Beach -- Three Course Lunch

The Verandah -- Casual Dining

29 South -- American Cuisine

In conjunction with Restaurant Week, several of the Amelia Island accommodators are offering the popular "Free Night, Any Night" deal, allowing visitors to receive a Free Night with a minimum nights stay. For further details, visit

For more details about restaurant week, information about the participating restaurants and Frequently Asked Questions, please visit

About Amelia Island

Amelia Island Florida is a barrier island rich in colorful history and breath-taking natural beauty. Its long, beautiful beaches, abundant wildlife and pristine waters have made the island a favorite destination for travelers. Forget the everyday getaway; Come make memories on Amelia Island. For visitor information and online planning, visit

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