A beachside entertainment district, new restaurants from local chefs and yoga meet-ups on the beach make Neptune Beach the perfect marriage between laid-back charm and edgy cool. In a neighborhood where it’s just as easy to walk to dinner as it is to bike to the local farmers market, casual convenience and keeping active are a way of life.
There’s something for just about everyone in this community, and even though it’s small compared to the area’s other beach communities, it packs the powerful punch of a much-needed, relaxing atmosphere amid the more bustling choices to the south.
Homes in Neptune Beach tend to be coastal or ranch style. The prices are normally slightly higher than in Jacksonville Beach, especially those close to the beach and the Beaches Town Center.
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Best of both worlds - laid back beach life with a nice dose of hip restaurants and lively bars, all with shops, doctors and more within walking distance.
Above average, but still deals to be found for being so close to the water.
You enjoy getting outdoors and crave a community that lets you take it slow.
You're looking for a more fast-paced, night life-driven community.
The charm of a tight-knit community, close entertainment options and the more residential vibe of the area.
The Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway
Atlantic Boulevard to Seagate Avenue
Fresh guac made table-side, gourmet tacos that are more innovative upgrade than pretentious, and nightly cocktail specials earn this new spot a place in your Taco Tuesday rotation.
Stop by Lillie’s for your next morning coffee run or afternoon pick-me-up and you’ll fall in love at first sip. Their coffee creations are crave-worthy, dessert case well-stocked and lunch portions perfectly sized. Stop by for $2 Tuesday coffee specials and live music in the afternoons.
Enjoy happy hour with an ocean view. Order the Lemon Bar Freeze or one of the other frozen concoctions and you’ll be on island time in no time.
If you’re craving a happy hour paired with fresh seafood straight from local fishermen’s nets, you’ve got to try North Beach. Grab a plate of oysters, a platter of seafood, and of course some hush puppies, all washed down with some of their specialty drinks like the Hot Mama, Hang Thyme or Beach House Rita.
A local institution since 1933, Pete’s is a beloved dive bar and pool hall. Stop by for the annual Thanksgiving Day block party for a true local treat.
This little entertainment district is a slice of vacation you can visit every day, full of charming shops, cafes and restaurants
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