The Jacksonville Gourmand
Best known for historic edifices and summer music festivals, locals are raving about this small town’s emergence as a culinary hotspot.
Celebrated for its charming turn-of-the-century buildings, the Gold Rush city of Jacksonville is experiencing another kind of boom, this time epicurean. A stroll down California Street, with its two-story brick and wood buildings, may feel like a throwback to the Wild West but these days, specialty food shops, wine rooms and gourmet eateries—including a Jewish deli and an Italian gelateria—occupy buildings that once housed saloons and gambling halls. Come with us—and bring your appetite—as we explore Jacksonville’s emerging food scene.
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