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Wine Cellar, The

904-398-8989  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 1314 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207
CUISINE: Contemporary, Fine Dining, Continental, Wine Bar
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
DESCRIPTION

Located on downtown’s Southbank and founded in 1974, the Wine Cellar is one of Jacksonville’s original fine-dining establishments. Exposed wooden ceiling beams and brick walls with arched windows create a relaxed and subtly elegant dining room, while a brick-paved garden allows for pleasant outdoor dining. Though the Wine Cellar earned its reputation because of its classic Continental cuisine, the menu now reflects more global influences and contemporary touches. Begin with bread crumb-encrusted asparagus, deep-fried and topped with Béarnaise sauce and lump crabmeat. Noted entrées include New Zealand lamb chops and broiled lobster tail on wild mushroom risotto. The extensive wine list features over 250 bottles (so it’s not just a clever name).

 

 

 

"Early in the week, stuffed shirts come for power lunches, but on the weekends, the restaurant sports an eclectic clientele. Grab a seat with a view of the patio and you'll feel like you're in a secluded garden instead of downtown."
Gayot
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Fri, dinner Mon–Sat. Closed Sun.

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Rating: 4.7
DESCRIPTION

Located on downtown’s Southbank and founded in 1974, the Wine Cellar is one of Jacksonville’s original fine-dining establishments. Exposed wooden ceiling beams and brick walls with arched windows create a relaxed and subtly elegant dining room, while a brick-paved garden allows for pleasant outdoor dining. Though the Wine Cellar earned its reputation because of its classic Continental cuisine, the menu now reflects more global influences and contemporary touches. Begin with bread crumb-encrusted asparagus, deep-fried and topped with Béarnaise sauce and lump crabmeat. Noted entrées include New Zealand lamb chops and broiled lobster tail on wild mushroom risotto. The extensive wine list features over 250 bottles (so it’s not just a clever name).

 

 


 

 
"Early in the week, stuffed shirts come for power lunches, but on the weekends, the restaurant sports an eclectic clientele. Grab a seat with a view of the patio and you'll feel like you're in a secluded garden instead of downtown."
Gayot
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Fri, dinner Mon–Sat. Closed Sun.

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