Jump in Friendship Fountain 1015 Museum Cir. Plus, the fact that your potential match also is putting down some cash means that he or she is more serious about finding a relationship than your average online dater, even the honest ones. Adorning the different booths, you'll notice. Johns River which is an active Florida waterway. Ideal for casual after work drinks or for larger groups Suite is known for their exceptional service and hospitality. Special features include Play Park, Gardens of Trout River Plaza and Giraffe Overlook. Use the following things to do to make the most out of your trip to Jacksonville.
You never know who you'll bump into at these social gatherings. Be sure to wash this local fave down with a large cherry limeade. The dish is served on a 250-million-year-old Himalayan salt block. Perhaps not quite as difficult to get into as the traditional speakeasy of old, The Parlour still has plenty of mystique to keep the curious coming. Many a happy couple connected while in college. For many travelers, dining out and sampling authentic local cuisine is high on their to-do list. For visitors to the Jacksonville area, Catty Shack offers the opportunity to get up close and personal with these amazing animals.
Something about that salsa beat quickens the heartbeat, apparently. There are currently no shows available at this venue. Now, bear in mind that statistics show the chances of your actually liking someone with whom a friend sets you up is just 17 percent - not a promising prospect. The city and surrounding area are home to numerous parks and wildlife preserves as well as miles of beautiful beach. Courtesy Visit Jacksonville Explore More of Jacksonville. Occupied by humans for over 5,000 years, Fort George Island was named after a fort built in 1736 to defend the southern flank of Georgia when it was a colony, and today sees visitors coming to the island to enjoy hiking, fishing, boating and mountain biking. ImpactJax, a division of the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce, holds regular meetings and events designed to get you connected with career and volunteer opportunities as well as new friends.
Owned by Chef Tom Gray who was nominated for two James Beard Awards, the restaurants serves a contemporary menu of regional American cuisine made from carefully sourced local ingredients, including favorites such as meatloaf and filet mignon with bacon onion marmalade. Hank Aaron and Satchel Paige both played there. It doesn't matter if you're looking for Speed Dating in Jacksonville, or just plain old fashioned Singles Dining - Singles Dance or Singles Social Events. The water is clean and warm. Located on 42 acres, this fenced-in, off-leashed dog park has a lake for swimming, trails for big and small dogs, a dog washing station, fun obstacles for play, and even an agility course. Ask for it at local breweries, get stamps for each beer you drink, and win prizes when you fill it all out.
Enjoy tropical drinks and tasty nibbles like Ahi Tuna, local Mayport Shrimp, and mouthwatering Hamburgers. Call 941 915-6234 or email for more information. Sitting on the edge of the Trout River, about 7 miles north of downtown Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens is a must if you're visiting the city with kids. Sit down, shut up and meditate with local transcendental meditation teachers Herb and Karen Bandy 375-9517, jacksonville tm. Three stages around the market present an array of excellent live entertainment including great regional bands, barbershop quartets, belly dancers, fire-eaters, and jugglers. We would love to have you visit or join our club. The laid-back are often called America's Caribbean and the azure water surrounding the string of islands certainly backs up that claim.
Head 16 miles due east along Route 10 and you'll find yourself in the charming town of Atlantic Beach. Relax at one of its many beaches or taste amazing beers while taking a brewery tour. Welcome in the evening with the best happy hour at the beaches and a relaxing ambiance to enjoy a drink with friends and watch the moonrise. This historical landmark is under the care of the National Parks Service. Good: Ride a water taxi to a Jags game at EverBank Field. Spend a summer afternoon day-drinking at Lemon Bar 120 Atlantic Blvd. A great way to golf and also enjoy great food, drinks and fun times is heading to Topgolf Jax and booking one of their climate control golf booths.
Perfect date night: a bottle of wine and a blanket to lie on with your significant other, while the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra serenades you under the stars at Metropolitan Park 4110 Gator Bowl Blvd. There are also three flower gardens on the museum grounds to enjoy, the oldest dating back to 1903. Note - Many of our Photos Are Now Primarily Posted by Members to Our Facebook Page and Other Social Media Web Sites Most Recent Additions to the Sidetrackers Web Photo Gallery: May 2012 Pontoon Boating the Ocklawaha River Feb 2012 Ropes and Zip Lines at ZoomAir Park Aug 2011 Pontoon Boating to Salt Springs Jul 2011 Cedar Key Sidetrackers photos can also be found on our Facebook page and may be posted by members at various other social media sites. You can visit Atlantic Beach at any time, day or night, and access to the sands is free. Students of all ages head back to school for all sorts of reasons: to finish that degree they got started on and got sidetracked, to boost their career competitiveness, or just to broaden their horizons.
Jacksonville has something great for families, couples and singles and it won't burn a hole on your wallet. The Kingsley Plantation also known as the Zephaniah Kingsley Plantation Home and Buildings is located on Fort George Island and is the oldest standing plantation in the state. The Theodore Roosevelt Area is another such park where visitors can spot a number of flora and fauna including hawks and storks. The eatery houses a live alligator exhibit which showcases a variety of fish, turtles and a 5-meter North American alligator. And if you want to do a little good while looking for love, several regular networking events, like the benefit local charities. Eclectic, bohemian, historic and hip, those are a few words often used to describe this Jacksonville District.
Have breakfast at the Cool Moose Café 2708 Park St. The arboretum is pet friendly and a great outdoor spot for a family hike. Sing along with the wait staff while dancing on the bar at Harmonious Monks 10550 Old St. Nights are cool with lows in the low 60's. Offering a subculture of sun and water lovers and located just a few blocks from the beach, the Shack is an open-air café that serves seaside-style fare such as freshly made sushi, local fried shrimp, and beer can chicken.