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Celebrating Black Restaurant Week

With an extensive and rich Gullah Geechee heritage, Jacksonville’s Black culinary roots run deep. Our city’s Black-owned restaurants are a must-taste experience. Foodies can raise their forks to events showcasing African-American, African and Caribbean cuisine as Black Restaurant Week embarks on Jacksonville for the first time. Here is a look at the purpose of Black Restaurant Week and a comprehensive list of Black-owned restaurants in Jacksonville. Read More

Walkable Jacksonville: Shoppes of Avondale

Jacksonville's urban core is home to a number of historic walkable neighborhood commercial districts. Many are a direct result of the city's former electric streetcar network that operated between 1880 and 1936. Today, The Jaxson highlights a popular destination that developed to support a Florida Land Boom streetcar suburb: The Shoppes of Avondale. Read More

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