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MATT ABOUT JAX HAS LUNCH WITH JASON PRATT AT CASA DORA

ACTIVATING

JACKSONVILLE’S

CULTURAL CORE

September 21-October 4, 2016

REASONS TO

SMILE»

16 ways the Core rocks

SMILING IS OH SO PERSONAL

BALLOTS

& BREWS

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of Avondale, Brooklyn, Downtown, Five Points, Murray Hill, Riverside, San Marco/

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REASONS THE CORE

WILL MAKE YOU SMILE

BY COURTNEY CLARK

jack

It’s pretty common knowledge that people who consider themselves happy experience reduced stress levels.

Studies have shown that smiling has the same effect - even if that smile is fake. Still, it looks like “fake it

‘til you make it” holds true.

But Core residents have found reasons the area can make them genuinely smile. Based on our

conversations with the locals, here are some reasons to smile the next time you’re out and about.

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Disc Golf | Klutho Park | Springfield

Springfield

1Henry J. Klutho Park

Formerly known as Springfield Park, the

public park was created more than 100

years ago and named after the architect who

designed the Hogans Creek Improvement

Project in 1930. Klutho was a Springfield

resident whose Downtown high-rises and

Prairie School of architecture transformed

Jacksonville after the city’s Great Fire of

1901. Today, enthusiasts such as Dana, Matt,

and Max often visit the park named after him

in 1984 to play Disc golf. There they find an

18-hole course that is 5,015-feet in length,

with 14 holes less than 300 feet and no holes

over 400 feet. There also are tennis courts and

a baseball field.

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Dana, Matt and Max |

Springfield

“They are putting a lot of

money into the houses.” -Matt

2Residential Improvements

The same flying-disc-game players enjoy not only the

sport, but they speak highly of the people who call

historic Springfield home.

A building and restoration resurgence that stalled in

2008 because of the economy has picked up again. “They’re

putting a lot of money into the houses,” Matt says of the area

improving, while Max and Dana speak highly of like-minded

and friendly residents.

The neighborhood also can count on Springfield

Preservation and Revitalization, a non-profit organization that

facilitates positive change in the Springfield Historic District

through the preservation and revitalization of one of the city’s

most eclectic neighborhoods.

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Avondale

3Mellow Mushroom

Mellow is a hot spot for pizza and beer lovers. With funky pizza

names, an evolving and extensive draft list, and delicious food,

Avondale (and other Jacksonville) residents love to stop by.

Employees Caleb and Tyler speak highly of their place of employment.

“It’s pretty mellow here,” Tyler says. (Yeah, he actually said that.)

“There’s a variety of drafts,” Caleb explains. “A full bar, HD wide

screen TVs, a lot of food.”

Looks like you can’t go wrong here.

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“Sometimes

the drunks

make me

smile.”

Anonymous

Regina | Avondale

“It’s family oriented.

Everyone takes care of

each other.”

Thai Dye Pizza | Mellow Mushroom | Avondale

4The Atmosphere

Sheena of Mellow Mushroom loves Avondale’s atmosphere: “I feel

happy here,” she says. “It’s nice and laid back.”

Regina, who works at Casbah Cafe, agrees. “It’s family oriented.

Everyone takes care of each other.”

And an employee of Shores Liquors and Bar (who requested

anonymity) added, “Sometimes the drunks make me smile.”

Five Points

5The People

Raymond, a Core resident who frequents Five Points, feels right at

home in the area. “I feel loved here,” he says, “I feel like I belong.

We have a lot of differences here, but it’s all one love.”

His friend Andrew agrees. “All these strangers right here are your longlost

friends. That’s how it feels.”

And the crowd is diverse. One frequent visitor says, “I like the people.

I feel like ... you can find lots of different people doing lots of different

things. And everybody appreciates what everybody else is doing, whether

it’s at the park, or down the street. You’re gonna find some sort of

diverstiy.”

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Bridgette, Jamie, Kate, Jim | Five Points

6The Bar Scene

Five Points has several bars in the area. Whether your poison is craft

beer, wine, or other liquids from a full bar, there’s something for

everyone. Check out the likes of Root Down, Ale Wife, Birdies and more.

“If I go to bars by myself, I’m never bored,” a Five Points regular says

of the area.

“I like the new bars and breweries that are popping up,” says her

friend.

Hawkers | Five Points

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John | Riverside

“Good Coffee,

good people.”

Riverside

7Bold Bean

John, a Bold Bean barista,

keeps it simple and succinct:

“Good coffee, good people.”

“Everyone

promotes

each others’

businesses.”

Nicki

8Local Support

Another Bold Bean employee, Nicki, says she likes seeing local

business owners help out one another. “It’s a great community,” she

says. “Everyone promotes each others’ businesses.”

Murray Hill

9 Murals

Colorful murals have been

popping up on business

walls in the Murray Hill, with

some being completed just in time

for the planned celebration of the

community’s 100th anniversary

on Sept. 17. The vibrant street art

helps bring the area to life. Kristen,

a barista at Vagabond Coffee, says,

“They make the drive a lot brighter.

It seems and feels like everything

is blossoming and growing a little

bit.”

Murray Hill also is home to the

Tooth Fairy featured on this issue’s

cover. You’ll find the RouxArt

mosaic featuring her likeness on

the side wall of All Smiles Dental

Center.

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Tooth Fairy | Murray Hill

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like you’re not in at a business but at a friend’s house,” he says. “You can

relate to the people.”

The Community

Murray Hill regular Angel frequents Vagabond Coffee because

he likes the community and atmosphere of the area. “You feel

Brooklyn

11 Variety

“I like this area a lot,”

says Shelby, a Zoë’s

Kitchen employee. In addition to

the friendly people, she enjoys

the variety of available lunch

options. “If I want sushi, I can go

to Fresh Market. I can get a burrito

at Burrito Gallery, a burger [at

BurgerFi]. Over here it’s great.”

That’s not even mentioning Brixx

Wood Fired Pizza and HOBNOB

at Unity Plaza, along with Corner

Bakery Cafe and Johnny’s Deli, as

other area favorites.

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The Colors

John, another Zoë’s Kitchen worker, has lived in Riverside his

entire life. As Brooklyn has started to blossom, he’s grown to

appreciate the colorful greeting during his commute. “You see the bright

colors of the businesses. Brooklyn has a different feel. It’s a little change

of scenery.”

And check out the mural installations by Fernandina Beach artist David

Nackashi that are based on historic photos of the area.

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Zoës Kitchen | Brooklyn

Burrito Gallery | Brooklyn

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Downtown

Hemming Park

13Scott, a self-described regular, enjoys the plaza’s live music.

Each weekday, Hemming features a musician from 11am-

2pm along with food trucks and a kids’ zone. Originally designated as a

public square, the 1.5-acre parcel is Jacksonville’s first and oldest park.

The modern urban space that engages diverse communities and continues

in its quest to restore vitality to the city’s public square. Events such as

Jaxsons Night Market and Downtown Vision’s Art Walk bring thousand

of people together each month. Other events unique to Hemming Park are

GastroFest, Pogopalooza and Pictures in the Park.

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Trinity Rescue Mission | Downtown

Hemming Park | Downtown

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Thanksgiving Charity

Each year, the community rallies to ensure those who are

less fortunate are still able to enjoy a holiday meal. Last year,

Trinity Rescue Mission’s annual More than a Meal went above and

beyond turkey and gravy. Volunteer stylists provided haircuts, while

others passed out clothing and personal hygiene products to those in

attendance. The mission has served needy residents for more than 50

years. Another organization, City Rescue Mission, provided meals for

about 1,000 people, along with backpacks and socks.

“As a homeless person, [I appreciate]…people who give out

Thanksgiving dinners,” Scott continues.

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Chelsea | San Marco

San Marco

15 Lions

In the 1990s,

Jacksonville restored a

fountain in the commercial heart

of the area adorned with three lion

statues inspired by the Piazza San

Marco, the principal public square

of Venice, Italy.

Those familiar with San Marco

know that the lions always are

decked out during the holidays.

Chelsea, an employee at Painting

With a Twist, gets a laugh out of

them. “To me it looks kinda silly,”

she says. “Like when people dress

their dogs up and they hate it. In

froufrou costumes…but they still

look cute.”

AJ & Clarence | San Marco

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Activities & Food

The boys at Jacksonville Fire & Rescue Department Station

13 enjoy the area where they wait to respond to fire alarms.

AJ enjoys Martini Mondays, and Clarence likes Yoga in the Park on

Saturdays. The guys also like the food in the area, naming favorites such

as Indochine (AJ), Pizza Palace (Chris), and Marble Slab (Clarence).

Distinctive and memorable dishes also can be found at Maple Street

Biscuit Company, Beach Diner and Taverna.

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Jacksonville’s restaurant culture is an ever-evolving affair.

As older spots plateau and fade, new places come on strong,

meaning there’s never a shortage of exciting places to explore.

Here is one our favorite spots.

« WHITEWAY DELI

Serving breakfast and lunch since 1927, WHITEWAY DELI in

Riverside is Jacksonville’s oldest deli. Throughout the years Whiteway

has had high-profile city leaders make the deli a weekly place to enjoy

amazing food; some even have had sandwiches named after them.

The Hans Tanzler has roast beef, pastrami, and bacon; the Ann Beard

is turkey and tabouli, and the Dr. Millan is chicken tenders, mozzarella,

and tabouli with ranch dressing. These people sound delicious.

Or, try the “Twenty 15” with quinoa, avocado, tomatoes, chickpeas,

hummus, kale, feta cheese and cran-raisins in a wrap that’s grilled. Then

splurge and enjoy a piece of Pistachio Baklava.

Whiteway Deli

1237 King Street, (904) 389-0355

Hours: Mon-Fri: 7am-3pm

where to eat right now

From seafoood and salads to pizza and pasta to happy hour and late night, don’t

miss these unique local restaurants dotting the neighborhoods of the cultural core.

MURRAY HILL

Dreamette (Ice Cream)

3646 Post St//(904) 388-2558

Mon-Sat: Noon-8pm; Sun: Noon-7pm

Magnolia’s Pub (Waffle Sandwiches, Bar)

1190 Edgewood Ave. S//

Hours: Mon-Fri: 3pm to close; Sat-Sun:

10am to close

www.magnoliaspub.com

Maple Street Biscuit Company

(Southern, Breakfast & Brunch)

1171 Edgewood Ave S//(904) 518-4907

Mon-Thu: 7 a.m.-2pm; Fri-Sat: 7am-2pm,

5pm-9pm; Sun: Closed

www.maplestreetbiscuits.com

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Moon River Pizza (Pizza, Italian)

1176 Edgewood Ave//(904) 389-4442

Mon-Sat: 11am-10pm; Sun: Closed

www.moonriverpizza.net

Perfect Rack (Pool Hall, American)

1186 Edgewood Ave S//(904) 384-0587

Mon-Wed: 4pm-midnight; Thu: 11ammidnight;

Fri: 11am-2am; Sat: 5pm-2am;

Sun: 5pm-midnight

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Vagabond Coffee (Coffee, Pastries)

934 Edgewood Ave//(904) 479-6848

Mon-Thu: 6:30am-9pm; Fri: 6:30am-10pm;

Sat: 7am-10pm; Sun: 8am-8pm

www.vagabondcoffee.com

Wok N Roll (Chinese, Asian Fusion)

1204 Edgewood Ave S//(904) 387-5515

Mon-Thu: 10:30am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 10:30am-

11pm; Sun: 11:30am-10pm

AVONDALE

Biscottis

(Traditional American, Breakfast & Brunch)

3556 St Johns Ave//(904) 387-2060

Mon-Thu: 10:30am-10pm; Fri: 10:30a.m.-

midnight; Sat: 8am-midnight; Sun: 8am-9pm

www.biscottis.net

The Blue Fish Restaurant and Oyster

Bar (Seafood, American)

3551 St Johns Ave//(904) 387-0700

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm;

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Sun: 10:30am-10pm

www.bluefishjax.com

The Brick Restaurant

(American, Breakfast & Brunch, Bar)

3585 St Johns Ave//(904) 387-0606

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri: 11am-midnight;

Sat: 10:30am-midnight; Sun: 10am-10pm

www.brickofavondale.com

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Casbah Café (Middle Eastern,

Hookah Bar)

3628 St Johns Ave//(904) 981-9966

Mon-Sun: 11am-2am

www.thecasbahcafe.com

Chomp Chomp

(Burgers, Sandwiches, American)

4162 Herschel St//(904) 329-1679

Mon-Thu: 10:30am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 10:30am-

11pm; Sun: Closed

Fox Restaurant

(American, Diner, Breakfast & Brunch)

3580 St Johns Ave//(904) 387-2669

Mon-Sat: 7am-2:30pm; Sun: 8am-2:30pm

The Loop Pizza Grill (Pizza)

4000 St Johns Ave//(904) 384-7301

Sun-Thu: 11am-9pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-10pm

www.looppizzagrill.com

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Mellow Mushroom

(Pizza, Bar, Sandwiches)

3611 St Johns Ave//(904) 388-0200

Mon-Fri: 11am-2am; Sat-Sun: 10am-2am

www.mellowmushroom.com

MOJO no.4 Urban BBQ Whiskey Bar

(Barbecue, Cocktails, Southern)

3572 St Johns Ave//(904) 381-6670

Sun-Tue: 11am-10pm; Wed-Thu: 11am-

11pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-midnight

www.mojobbq.com

Pinegrove Market & Deli

(Grocery, Deli, Butcher)

1511 Pine Grove Ave//(904) 389-8655

Mon-Fri: 10am-8pm.;

Sat: 8am-7pm; Sun: Closed

www.pinegrovemarket.com

Restaurant Orsay (French, American)

3630 Park St//(904) 381-0909

Mon-Wed: 4-10pm; Thu-Fri: 4pm to

midnight; Sat: 11am to midnight;

Sun: 11am to 10 pm

www.restaurantorsay.com

Shores Liquors and Bar of Avondale

(Bar, American)

3644 St Johns Ave//(904) 389-1131

Mon-Sun: 10am-2am

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Sushiko Japanese Restaurant

(Japanese, Sushi Bar)

3620 St Johns Ave//904) 388-5688

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm.; Fri-Sat: 11am-

11pm; Sun: Noon-9pm

www.sushikojax.com

FIVE POINTS

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Black Sheep Restaurant

(American, Lounge)

1534 Oak St//(904) 380-3091

Mon-Thu: 10:30am-10pm; Fri: 10:30a.m.-

midnight; Sat: 9:30am-midnight; Sun:

9:30am-10pm

www.blacksheep5points.com

Most of Black Sheep’s ingredients found

in menu items are sourced from local and

regional farmers and purveyors providing

high-quality food that is as fresh as possible.

Al’s Pizza (Pizza, Italian)

1620 Margaret St//(904) 388-8384

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm:

Sun: Noon-9pm

www.alspizza.com

BREW (Coffee & Tea, Bar)

1024 Park St//(904) 374-5789

Mon: 7:30am-4pm; Tue-Fri: 7:30am-midnight;

Sat: 9am-midnight; Sun: 10am-9pm

www.brewfivepoints.com

China Joy Chinese Restaurant (Chinese)

1650 Margaret St//(904) 388-8396

Mon-Thu: 10:30am-10:30pm; Fri-Sat:

10:30am-11pm; Sun: 11:00am-10pm

Choban Grill (Greek, Mediterranean)

1661 Riverside Ave//(904) 723-1617

Mon-Sat: 11am-9pm; Sun: Closed

www.chobangrill.com

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Corner Taco (Mexican, Food Truck)

818 Post St//(904) 240-0412

Mon-Thu: 11am-9pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-10pm;

Sun: 11am-9pm

www.cornertaco.com

Cozy Tea (American, Tea Room)

1023 Park St//(904) 329-3964

Mon-Thu: 11am-4pm; Fri: 11am-3pm; Sat:

11am-4pm; Sun: Closed

www.cozyt.com

Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

(Museum, Botanical Gardens, Café)

829 Riverside Ave//(904) 356-6857

Mon: Closed; Tue: 10am-9pm; Wed-Sat:

10am-4pm; Sun: Noon-4pm

www.cummermuseum.org

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Derby On Park (American)

1068 Park St//(904) 379-3343

Mon: Closed; Tue-Thu: 7:30am to 10pm; Fri:

7:30am to midnight; Sat: 9am to midnight;

Sun: 9am to 3pm.

Einstein Bros Bagels

(Breakfast & Brunch)

1661 Riverside Ave//(904) 354-0991

Mon-Fri: 5am-4pm; Sat-Sun: 6am-3pm

www.einsteinbros.com

Firehouse Subs (Sandwiches, Deli)

1620 Margaret St//(904) 674-2204

Mon-Sun: 10:30am-9pm

www.firehousesubs.com

Grassroots Natural Market

(Grocery, Health Market, Sandwiches)

2007 Park St//(904) 384-4474

Mon-Sat: 9am-8pm; Sun: Noon-5 pm

www.thegrassrootsmarket.com

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13 Gypsies

(Spanish, Basque, Tapas/Small Plates)

887 Stockton St//(904) 389-0330

Mon: Closed; Tue-Thu: 11am-2pm & 5-9pm;

Fri-Sat: 11am-2pm & 5-10pm; Sun: Closed

www.13gypsies.com

Hawkers Asian Street Fare

(Tappas, Small Plates, Asian Fusion)

1001 Park St//(904) 508-0342

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm;

Sun: 11an-10pm

www.eathawkers.com

Hot Wok (Chinese)

1012 Margaret St//(904) 339-0888

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm;

Sun: Noon-10pm

www.hotwokjacksonville.com

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Hovan Gourmet Mediterranean

Restaurant (Middle Eastern)

2005 Park St//(904) 381-9394

Mon-Fri: 10am-10pm; Sun: Closed

www.hovan.com

Kaika Teppanyaki

(Asian Fusion, Sushi Bar, Teppanyaki)

1012-1 Margaret St//(904) 355-5168

Mon-Thu: 11am-3pm & 4:30-10pm; Fri:

11am-3pm & 4:30-11pm; Sat: Noon-11pm;

Sun: Noon-10pm

www.kaikateppanyakijax.com

Kostas Pizza Italian (Pizza, Italian)

1053 Park St//(904) 355-3820

Mon-Thu: 11am-8pm; Fri: 11am-9pm; Sat:

11am-8pm; Sun: Closed

www.pizzaitalian5points.com

Larry’s Giant Subs (Sandwiches)

1509 Margaret St//(904) 674-2794

Mon-Sat: 10am-9pm; Sun: Closed

www.larryssubs.com

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Mossfire Grill & Lounge (Tex-Mex)

1537 Margaret St//(904) 355-4434

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm. Fri: 11am-11pm; Sat:

11am-10pm; Sun: 11am-9pm

www.mossfire.com

M Shack (American, Burgers, Fast Food)

1012 Margaret St//(904) 423-1283

Mon-Sat: 11am-10pm; Sun: 11am-9pm

www.mshackburgers.com

Motion Sweets (Bakeries)

1020 Park St//(904) 551-3665

Mon: Closed; Tue-Sat: 11:30am-Soldout;

Sun: Closed

www.motionsweets.com

Sake House (Japanese, Sushi Bar)

824 Lomax St//(904) 301-1188

Mon-Thur: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-

11pm; Sun: Noon-9pm

www.sakehousejax.com

Sun-Ray Cinema

(Cinema, Sandwhiches, Dawgs, Pizza)

1028 Park St//(904) 359-0049

Check movie listings

www.sunraycinema.com/menu

Sushi Café (Sushi Bar)

2025 Riverside Ave//(904) 384-2888

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm;

Sun: Noon-10pm

www.sushicafejacksonville.com

sweetFrog (Ice cream & Frozen yogurt)

1661 Riverside Ave//(904) 619-9745

Mon-Thu: 11:30am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11:30am-

11pm; Sun: 11:30am-10pm

www.sweetfrogyogurt.com

Tapa That

(Tapas/Small Plates, Vegan, Cuban)

820 Lomax St//(904) 376-9911

Mon: Closed; Tue-Thu: 5pm-10pm; Sat:

10am-2pm & 5-10pm; Sun: 10am-2pm

www.tapathat.com

Tijuana Flats (Mexican, Tex-Mex)

2025 Riverside Ave//(904) 389-5630

Mon-Sat: 11am-10pm; Sun: 11am-9pm

www.tijuanaflats.com

Timoti’s Seafood Shack (Wild caught

seafood)

1043 Park St//(904) 374-8892

Mon-Sat: 11am-9pm; Sun: 11am-3pm

www.timotis.com

RIVERSIDE

The Annex (American, Lounge)

1508 King St//(904) 586-5885

Mon: Closed; Tue-Wed: 6pm-midnight;

Thu: 4pm-midnight; Fri-Sat: 4pm-2am; Sun:

6pm-midnight

www.annexjax.com

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The Blind Rabbit (Burgers, Bar)

901 King St//(904) 337-0146

Mon-Thu: 11:30am-10pm; Fri: Closed: Sat-

Sun: 11:30am-2am

www.theblindrabbitwhiskeybar.com

Bold Bean Coffee Roasters

(Coffee & Tea, Café)

869 Stockton St//(904) 855-1181

Mon-Thu: 6:30am-10pm; Fri: 6:30am-11 pm;

Sat: 7am-11pm; Sun: 7am-6pm

www.boldbeancoffee.com

Bold City Brewery (Brewery)

2670-7 Roselle St//(904) 379-6551

Mon-Wed: Closed; Thu-Fri: 3-11pm; Sat:

1-11pm; Sun: Closed

www.boldcitybrewery.com

Bottega By Liz Grenamyer

(American, Sandwiches)

919 King St//(904) 387-8483

Mon-Fri: 10am-7pm; Sat: 11am-2pm; Sun:

Closed

www.cateringbyliz.com

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Carmine’s Pie House (Pizza, Italian)

2677 Forbes St//(904) 387-1400

Mon-Sat: 11am-10:20pm; Sun: 11am-9pm

www.carminespiehouse.com

Cool Moose Coffee Company

(Breakfast & Brunch, Coffee & Tea)

2708 Park St//(904) 381-4242

Mon: Closed; Tue-Fri: 7am-3pm; Sat: 8am-

4pm; Sun: 8am-2pm

www.coolmoosecafe.net

European Street Café

(Sandwiches, German)

2753 Park St//(904) 384-9999

Mon-Sun: 10am-10pm

www.europeanstreet.com

The Garage (American, Bar)

2692 Post St//(904) 894-7465

Mon-Fri: 3pm-3am; Sat-Sun: 11am-3am

www.garagejax.com

Kickback’s Gastropub (American, Gastropub)

910 King St//(904) 388-9551

Mon-Sun: 7am-3am

www.kickbacksgastropub.com

Lola’s Burrito & Burger Joint

(Mexican, Bar, Burgers)

1522 King St//(904)738-7181

Mon-Sat: 11am-10:30pm; Sun: 11am-9pm

www.lolasburritojoint.com

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Nourish Juice Café (Organic Juice

Bar)

1510 King St//(904)574-3557

Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm; Sat: 9am-5pm

Panda House Chinese Fast Food

(Chinese)

2700 Post St//(904) 388-5203

Mon-Sat: 11am-9:30pm; Sun: Closed

Pattaya Thai on King (Thai, Vegan)

1526 King St//(904) 503-4060

Mon: Closed; Tue-Sun: 11am-2:30pm &

4:30pm-9 pm

www.ptgrille.com

j

Primi Piatti (Italian)

2722 Park St//(904) 389-5545

Mon: 11:30am-2:30pm; Tue-Fri: 11:30am-

2:30pm & 5:30-9:30pm; Sat: 5:30-9:30pm;

Sun: Closed

www.primipiattijax.com

Riverside Liquors (tapas, entrees, retail)

1251 King St//(904) 356-4517

Retail Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am-10pm; Bar

Hours: Mon-Sat: 4-10pm; Kitchen Hours:

Mon-Thurs: 4-9pm; Fri-Sat: 4-10pm; Sun:

Closed

The Silver Cow (American, Lounge)

1506 King St//(904) 379-6968

Mon: Closed; Tue-Wed: 5pm-midnight;

Thu: 4pm-midnight Fri-Sat: 4pm-2am; Sun:

4pm-midnight

www.silvercowjax.com

j

Southern Roots Filling Station

(Coffee & Tea, Health Market, Vegan)

1275 King St//(904) 513-4726

Mon: Closed; Tue-Fri: 8am-6pm; Sat: 9am-

5pm; Sun: 10am-4pm

www.southernrootsjax.com

Starbucks (Coffee & Tea)

1650 Margaret St//(904) 381-0055

Mon-Fri: 5am-10pm; Sat: 5:30am-11pm;

Sun: 5:30am-10pm

www.starbucks.com

Sumo Sushi (Japanese, Sushi Bar)

2726 Park St//(904) 388-8838

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm;

Sun: Noon-10pm

www.sumosushijax.com

Sweet Theory Baking Co. (Vegetarian)

1243 King St//(904) 387-1001

Mon-Tues, Closed; Wed-Fri 8:30am-6pm;

Sat-Sun, 10am-5pm

facebook.com/SweetRevolutionBakingCo

Tamarind Thai (Thai)

1661 Riverside Ave #123//(904) 329-3180

Mon-Fri: 11am-10pm; Sat: Noon-10pm; Sun:

Noon-9pm

Tres Leches Eatery

(Breakfast & Brunch, Sandwiches, Spanish)

869 Stockton St//(904) 551-4375

Mon: 10am-3pm; Tue: Closed; Wed-Sat:

10am.-3pm & 6-10pm; Sun: 10am-2pm

www.treslecheseatery.com

Whiteway Delicatessen (Deli, Sandwiches)

1237 King St//904) 389-0355

Mon-Fri: 7am-3pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

BROOKLYN

Brixx Wood Fired Pizza (Pizza)

220 Riverside Ave Ste 102//(904) 300-3928

Mon-Sat: 11am-1am; Sun: 11am-11pm

www.brixxpizza.com

BURGERFI (Hot Dogs, Burgers)

108 Riverside Ave//(904) 355-3066

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm;

Sun: 11am-10pm

www.burgerfi.com

Burrito Gallery (Mexican)

90 Riverside Ave//(904) 355-4889

Mon-Wed: 7am-midnight; Thu-Fri: 7am-

2am; Sat: 11am-2am; Sun: 11am-10pm

www.burritogallery.com

j

Corner Bakery Café (Bakery, Café)

192 Riverside Ave//(904) 355-5330

Mon-Sat: 6am-8pm; Sun: 7am-8pm

www.cornerbakerycafe.com

HOBNOB (Food + Social Exchange)

220 Riverside Ave Ste. 110//

(904) 513-4272

Mon: 11am-9pm; Tue-Thur: 11am-10pm;

Fri: 11am-11:30pm; Sat: 10am-11:30pm;

Sun: 10am-9pm

www.hobnobjax.com

The Hyppo Gourmet Ice Pops

90 Riverside Ave Ste 605//(904) 551-0361

Mon-Thu: 11am-9pm; Fri-Sun: 11am-10pm

www.thehyppo.com

j

Johnny’s Deli and Grille (Deli)

474 Riverside Ave//(904) 356-8055

Mon-Sat: 7am-4pm; Sun: Closed

Little Joe’s Café by Akel’s

(Deli, Sandwiches)

245 Riverside Ave Ste. 195//(904) 791-3336

Mon-Fri: 8am-3pm; Sat-Sun-Closed

www.akelsdeli.com

Zoës Kitchen

(Southern, Mediterranean, Greek)

1661 Riverside Ave//(904) 355-9637

Mon-Sun: 10am-9pm

www.zoeskitchen.com

DOWNTOWN

j

Adams Street Deli and Grill

(Sandwiches, Deli)

126 W Adams St//(904) 475-1400

Mon-Fri: 11am-2pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

Akel’s Delicatessen

(Deli, Breakfast & Brunch, Sandwiches)

315 W Forsyth St//(904) 309-8889

Mon-Fri: 6am-2:30pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

www.akelsdeli.com

American Grill (American, Sports Bar)

2 W Independent Dr, Ste 201//(904) 353-7522

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11ammidnight;

Sun: 11am-10pm

Atrium Café & Grill (Café)

1 Independent Dr.//(904) 634-1811

Mon-Sun: 7am-4pm

Azucena Corner Deli (Deli)

100 E Forsyth St//(904) 479-1999

Mon-Thu: 8am-9pm; Fri: 8am-11pm;

Sat: 11am-11pm; Sun: Closed

Benny’s Steak & Seafood

(Seafood, Steakhouse)

2 Independent Dr./(904) 301-1014

Mon-Fri: 11:30am-10pm; Sat-Sun 11:30am-11pm

www.bennyssteakandseafood.com

j

Big Pete’s Pizzeria (Pizza, Italian)

118 N Julia St//(904) 356-2680

Mon-Fri: 11am-9pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

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The Brick Coffee House (Donuts, Sandwiches)

214 N Hogan St//(904) 354-9945

Mon-Fri: 6:30am-4pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

www.brickcoffeehouse.com

Burrito Gallery (Mexican, Bar)

21 E Adams St//(904) 598-2922

Mon-Wed: 7am-midnight; Thu-Fri: 7am-

1:30am; Sat: 11am-1:30am; Sun: 11am-8pm

www.burritogallery.com

Burritos Puebla (Mexican)

440 W Adams St//(904) 442-3963

Mon-Fri: 7am-4pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

The Candy Apple Café & Cocktails

(French, Southern, Cocktail Bar)

400 N Hogan St//(904) 353-9717

Mon: 11am-3pm; Tue-Thu: 11am-9pm;

Fri: 11am-10pm; Sat: 10am-10pm; Sun:

10am-5pm

www.candyapplecafeandcocktails.com

j

Casa Dora Italian Café

(Italian, Music Venue)

108 E Forsyth St//(904) 356-8282

Mon-Sun: 10:30am-9:30pm

www.casadoraitalian.com

Chamblin’s Uptown (Café)

215 N Laura St//(904) 674-0868

Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm; Sat: 9am-4pm; Sun:

Noon-5pm

www.chamblinbookmine.com

Charlie’s Café (Café)

303 N Laura St//(904) 515-5098

Mon-Fri: 11am-2pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

Chicago Pizza & Sports Grille (Pizza, Bar)

2 E Independent Dr,//(904) 354-7747

Mon-Thu: 11am-11pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-2am;

Sun: 11am-10pm

www.chicagopizzajax.com

Cinco De Mayo (Mexican)

2 Independent Dr.//(904) 329-2892

Mon-Sun: 11am-10pm

D & G Deli & Grill (Sandwiches)

233 E Bay St//(904) 634-0328

Mon-Fri: 7am-2:30p.m; Sat: 7:30am-2:30pm;

Sun: Closed

www.dandgdeliandgrill.com

Danny’s Place

(Deli, Breakfast & Brunch, Sandwiches)

200 W Forsyth St//(904) 353-8155

Mon-Fri: 7am-2:30pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

De Real Ting Café (Caribbean, Buffet)

128 W Adams St//(904) 633-9738

Mon: Closed; Tue-Fri: 11am-3pm; Fri: 6pm-

3am; Sat: 8:30pm-3am; Sun: Closed

Desert Rider Sandwich Shop

(Sandwiches)

217 N Hogan St//(904) 353-5654

Mon-Fri: 6:30am-3pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

Element Bistro Bar and Lounge

(American, Lounge)

333 E Bay St//(904) 707-0474

Mon-Sun: 11am-2pm

www.elementjax.com

j

Fionn McCool’s (Irish, Pub)

2 Independent Dr.//(904) 374-1547

Mon-Sat: 11am-2am; Sun: 11am-midnight

www.fionnmacs.com

Folkfood (Street fare)

219 N Hogan St//(904) 333-8392

Mon-Sat: 11am-7pm; Sun: Closed

Hooters (American)

2 Independent Dr.//(904) 356-5400

Mon-Thu: 11am-midnight; Fri-Sat: 11am-

1am; Sun: 12pm-11pm

www.hooters.com

Indochine (Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese)

21 E Adams St//(904) 598-5303

Mon-Fri: 11am-2:30pm & 5pm-10pm; Sat:

5pm-10pm; Sun: Closed

www.indochinejax.com

Jacksonville Sports Tavern

(Burgers, American)

234 A P Randolph Blvd//(904) 361-3547

Open 3 hours before sport complex events

www.jaxsportstavern.com

j

Jenkins Quality Barbecue

(Barbecue)

830 N Pearl St//(904) 353-6388

Mon-Thu: 11am-12am; Fri: 11:30am-1am;

Sat: 11am-1am; Sun: 12pm-7pm

www.jenkinsqualitybarbecue.com

Juliette’s Bistro (American)

245 Water St//(904) 791-4995

Mon-Sun: 6:30 am-10pm

www.omnihotels.com

La Class (American)

400 W Bay St//

Mon-Fri: 7am-3pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

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Magnificat Café (French,

Sandwiches)

231 N Laura St//(904) 353-3588

Mon-Fri: 11am-2:30pm; Sat: 9am-2pm; Sun:

Closed

www.themagnificat.net

Nature’s Table

(Juice Bar & Smoothies, Soups)

301 W Bay St//(904) 355-3200

Mon-Fri: 7am-4pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

NOLA MOCA (American)

333 N Laura St//(904) 366-6911

Mon-Wed: 11am-2pm; Thu: 11am-2pm &

5-8pm; Fri: 11am-2pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

www.mocajacksonville.unf.edu

Olio

(Sandwiches, Breakfast & Brunch, Salad)

301 E Bay St//(904) 356-7100

Mon-Thu: 8am-3pm; Fri: 8am-3pm &

5-10pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

www.oliomarket.com

Pho A Noodle Bar (Vietnamese, Thai, Soup)

117 W Adams St//(904) 353-0320

Mon-Tue: 11am-2:30pm; Wed-Fri: 11am-

2:30pm & 5-9pm; Sat: 5-9pm; Sun: Closed

www.phoanoodlebar.com

Pho’s Fever (Vietnamese)

311 W Ashley St//904) 683-9947

Mon-Sat: 11am-7:30 pm; Sun: 11am-6pm

River Club (American, Catering)

1 Independent Dr//(904) 354-1111

Mon: 9am-3pm; Tue-Fri: 9am-10pm; Sat:

4-10pm; Sun: Closed

www.jaxriverclub.com

Russ-Doe’s Sandwich Shop (Deli)

1745 E Church St//(904) 353-9065

Mon-Fri: 6am-2:30pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

Spliff’s Gastropub (Gourmet Comfort Food)

15 N. Ocean St//(904) 844-5000

Mon-Thur: 11am-2am; Fri: 11am-3am; Sat:

6pm-3am; Sun: Closed

www.spliffsgastropub.com

j

Super Food & Brew

(American, Vegetarian, Sandwiches)

11 E Forsyth St//(904) 723-1180

Mon: 10am-4pm; Tue-Thu: 10:30am-8pm;

Fri: 10:30am-10pm; Sat: 11:30am-10pm;

Sun: Closed

www.superfoodandbrew.com

Trellises Restaurant (American)

225 E Coastline Dr.//(904) 634-4540

Mon-Sun: 6am-2:30pm & 5-10pm

Urban Grind Coffee Company (Coffee &

Tea, Café)

45 W Bay St//(904) 516-7799

Mon-Fri: 7am-4pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

www.urbangrind.coffee

Urban Grind Coffee Company

(Coffee & Tea, Café)

50 N Laura St//(904) 806-5535

Mon-Fri: 7am-4pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

www.urbangrind.coffee

Vagabond Coffee (Coffee, Pastries)

Hemming Park, corner of Laura St & Monroe

St//(904) 479-6848

Mon-Fri: 7am-4pm; Sat: Check events schedule

www.vagabondcoffee.com

Village Bread Café (Deli, Breakfast & Lunch)

2 Independent Dr.//(904) 683-7244

Mon-Fri: 8am-2pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

www.villagebreadcafe.com

Zap’s Grill (American)

2 Independent Dr.//(904) 379-3225

Mon-Thu: 10am-8pm; Fri-Sat: 10am-9pm;

Sun: Noon-5:30pm

Zodiac Bar & Grill (Greek, Mediterranean)

120 W Adams St//(904) 354-8283

Mon-Tue: 11am-3pm; Wed-Thu: 11am-9pm;

Fri: 11am-10pm; Sat: 5pm-10pm; Sun: Closed

www.thezodiacbarandgrill.com

SPRINGFIELD

The Conch Shell (Caribbean, Seafood)

1637 N Main St//(904) 899-3800

Mon-Wed: Closed; Thu-Fri: 6-9pm; Sat:

11am-9pm; Sun: Closed

Hola Mexican Restaurant (Mexican)

1001 N Main St//(904) 356-3100

Mon-Fri: 10am-9pm; Sat: 9:30am-4pm

www.holamexicanrestaurant.com

Island Tropics Restaurant (Caribbean)

2527 N Main St//(904) 355-9050

Mon-Sat: 9am-10pm; Sun: 10am-9pm

www.islandtropics.net

Tapas Old World (French, Italian, Tapas Bar)

1417 N Main St//(904) 379-7850

Mon-Sat: 11am-10pm; Sun: Closed

Three Layers (Coffee & Tea, Bakeries)

1602 Walnut St//(904) 355-9791

Mon-Thu: 7am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 7am-11pm;

Sun: 7am-10pm

Tunis Seafood & Wings

(Seafood, Chicken Wings)

1935 Main St//(904) 354-3600

Mon-Sun: 11am-10pm

Uptown Kitchen & Bar

(Breakfast & Brunch)

1303 N Main St//(904) 355-0734

Mon-Wed: 7am-10pm; Thu-Fri: 7am-11pm;

Sat: 8am-11pm; Sun: 8am-3pm

www.uptownkitchenandbar.com

Wafaa N Mike Café (Mediterranean)

1544 N Main St//(904) 683-8313

Mon-Sat: 10am-9pm; Sun: Closed

Yummy Cakes by Mia (Cupcakes)

157 E 8th St//(904) 237-2756

Mon: Closed; Tue-Sat: 11am-6pm; Sun:

Closed

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

j

Kitchen on San Marco

(Southern, American, Gastropub)

1402 San Marco Blvd//(904) 396-2344

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri: 11am-11pm;

Sat: 4:30-11pm; Sun: 10:30am-3pm

www.kitchenonsanmarco.com

Sunday Brunch • 20 Beers on Tap

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 3-7pm; $5 Florida

Flights, $2 off Signature Cocktails, $6 Fernet,

$5 Fireball, $5 off Litre Sangria, $5 Bar Snacks

Best Farm to Table Restaurant — Bold City Best,

Best New Restaurant (Folio)

Appetites Café & Catering (American)

815 S Main St//(904) 398-0984

Mon-Fri: 8:30am-2:30pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

www.appetitescafe.com

BB’s (American, Desserts, Cocktail Bar)

1019 Hendricks Ave//(904) 306-0100

Mon-Thu: 11am-10:30pm; Fri-Sat: 11ammidnight;

Sun: Closed

www.bbsrestaurant.com

j

Basil Thai & Sushi (Sushi Bar, Thai)

1004 Hendricks Ave//(904) 674-0190

Mon-Thu: 11am-2:30pm & 5pm-9pm; Fri:

11am-2:30pm & 5pm-10pm; Sat: 5pm-10pm;

Sun: Closed

www.basilthaisushijax.com

Beach Diner San Marco (American)

1965 San Marco Blvd//(904) 399-1306

Mon-Sun: 6am-2:30pm

www.beachdiner.com

The Bearded Pig

(Southern BBQ & Beer Garden)

1224 Kings Ave//(904) 619-2247

Mon-Sat: 11am-10pm; Sun: 11am-9pm

www.thebeardedpigbbq.com

Bistro Aix (French, Cocktail Bar)

1440 San Marco Blvd/(904) 398-1949

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri: 11am-11pm; Sat:

5pm-11pm; Sun: 5pm-9pm

www.bistrox.com

Clara’s Tidbits (Sandwiches, American)

1076 Hendricks Ave//(904) 396-0528

Mon-Fri: 11am-2:30pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

www.clarastidbits.com

Chart House (Seafood, Steakhouse)

1501 Riverplace Blvd//(904) 398-3353

Mon-Thu: 4:30-9pm; Fri-Sat: 4:30-10pm;

Sun: 4:30-9pm

www.chart-house.com

Currents Riverview Bistro (American)

841 Prudential Dr.//(904) 306-9512

Mon- Fri: 7am-2pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

European Street Café

(Sandwiches, German)

1704 San Marco Blvd//(904) 398-9500

Mon-Sun: 10am-10pm

www.europeanstreet.com

j

Green Erth Bistro

(Persian/Iranian, Vegan)

1520 Hendricks Ave//(904) 398-9156

Mon: 11am-2:30pm; Tue-Fri: 11am-2:30pm

& 5:30-9pm; Sat: 11am-9pm; Sun: Closed

www.green-erth-bistro.com

Hightide (Sandwiches)

1200 Riverplace Blvd//(904) 396-5938

Mon-Fri: 7am-4pm; Sat-Sun: Closed

Hightide Burrito Co.

(Mexican, Tex-Mex, Gluten-Free)

1538 Hendricks Ave//(904) 683-7396

Mon-Sun: 11am-9pm

www.hightideburrito.com

Hurricane Grill & Wings

(American, Chicken Wings)

1615 Hendricks Ave//(904) 393-7933

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm;

Sun: 11am-10pm

www.hurricanewings.com

Indochine San Marco & Buddha Lounge

(Thai, Bar)

1974 San Marco Blvd//(904) 503-7013

Mon-Thu: 11am-2:30pm & 5-10pm; Fri:

11am-2:30pm & 5pm-2am; Sat: 5pm-2am;

Sun: Closed

www.indochinejax.com

La Nopalera San Marco (Mexican)

1629 Hendricks Ave//(904) 399-1768

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-

10:30pm; Sun: 11am-9pm

www.lanopalerarest.com

The Loop (Pizza, American)

2014 San Marco Blvd //(904) 399-5667

Mon-Sun: 11am-10pm

www.looppizzagrill.com

Maple Street Biscuit Company

(Breakfast & Brunch, Southern)

2004 San Marco Blvd,//(904) 398-1004

Mon-Thu: 7am-2pm; Fri-Sat: 7am-2pm &

5-9pm; Sun-Closed

www.maplestreetbiscuits.com

j

Matthews Restaurant

(American, Cocktail Bar)

2107 Hendricks Ave//(904) 396-9922

Mon-Sat: 5-10pm; Sun: Closed

www.matthewsrestaurant.com

The Olive Tree Mediterranean Grille

(Mediterranean)

1705 Hendricks Ave//(904) 396-2250

Mon-Fri: 10:30am-8:30pm; Sat: 11am-4pm;

Sun: Closed

www.theolivetreemediterraneangrille.com

Rainbow Deli & Grill (Delis)

800 Prudential Dr.//(904) 202-8188

Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

River City Brewing Company

(Seafood, American)

835 Museum Cir.//(904) 398-2299

Mon-Thu: 11am-12pm; Fri-Sat: 11ammidnight;

Sun: 10:30am-4pm

www.rivercitybrew.com

Ruth’s Chris Steak House (Steakhouse)

1201 Riverplace Blvd//(904) 396-6200

Mon-Thu: 5-10pm; Fri-Sat: 5-10:30pm; Sun:

5-9pm

www.ruthschris.com

j

Sake House II (Sushi Bar, Japanese)

1478 Riverplace Blvd//(904) 306-2188

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm;

Sun: Noon-9pm

www.sakehousejax2.com

San Marco Theatre (Cinema, Pizza,

Quesadillas, Hot dogs, Sandwiches)

1996 San Marco Blvd//(904) 396-4845

Check movie listings

www.sanmarcotheatre.com/menu.php

The Southern Grill

(Mediterranean, Southern, Barbecue)

800 Flagler Ave//(904) 858-9800

Mon-Fri: 6:30am-2:30pm; Sat-Sun:

8am-2pm

www.thesoutherngrilljax.com

Stan’s Sandwich & Grill

(Sandwiches, Breakfast)

1562 Hendricks Ave//(904) 398-6642

Mon-Fri: 6:30am-3pm; Sat: 7am-2:30pm;

Sun: Closed

j

Taverna (Italian, Breakfast & Brunch,

Pizza)

1986 San Marco Blvd//(904) 398-3005

Mon-Sun: 11am-3pm & 5-10pm

www.tavernasanmarco.com

V Pizza (Pizza, Italian)

1406 Hendricks Ave//(904) 527-1511

Mon-Thu: 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat: 11am-2am;

Sun: 11am-9pm

www.vpizza.com

Vino’s Pizza (Pizza, Italian)

1430 San Marco Blvd//(904) 683-2444

Mon-Sun: 11am-11:30pm

www.vinossanmarcoBlvdcom

Wine Cellar (Diner, American)

1314 Prudential Dr.//(904) 398-8989

Mon-Fri: 11am-10:30pm; Sat: 5-10:30pm;

Sun: Closed

www.winecellarjax.com

j

A jack FAVORITE EATERY


#jackeats

Lunch With Matt About Jax

NOSHING AT CASA

DORA WILL LEAVE

YOU GRINNING

BY MATT PITTMAN

jack

Today’s lunch date: Jason Pratt

The Pratt Guys

Jason Pratt has one of the most

positive outlooks on life that I’ve

ever encountered.

These days he’s a pretty busy

man. He’s helping run his family

business, Pratt Guys, and he and

wife, Ashley, recently welcomed

to the world a beautiful baby boy

named Vedder.

Jason is used to hard work and

having a demanding schedule.

Along with his brothers Derek and

Adam, they have made the Pratt

Guys a name synonymous with

beautiful outdoor living.

But this wasn’t exactly the

journey that Pratt had planned for

himself. Living in Jacksonville

since he was 4, it all began at the

University of North Florida.

“I really wanted to go to UNF.

My dad graduated from UNF. So

I grew up a fan of the school. It’s

where the smart people in Florida

go,” he said as we both give in to

laughter. “That’s the way I was

raised. It’s true,” he said, trying for

the save.

Pratt landed a job in the Photo

department at The Florida Times-

Union straight out of college.

“My first day on the job I had

an A-1, front page photo. It was

my dream job. I grew up loving

the paper. It was there when I

discovered how cool this city is,”

said Pratt. He eventually moved

on to the Mayo Clinic for five

years before lending his full-time

expertise into the Pratt Guys.

From beginning in 2004, the

company has had great success,

to which Pratt offers credit to his

brothers.

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jack | MAY 4-17, 2016

“I’m blown away every day

by my brothers’ talents. I don’t

carry a shovel and I get laughed at

when I do,” he explains, “Derek

started the business with our dad’s

help. It was Derek who grew up

playing with tools. I was playing

Mario Cart while he was carrying

around a hammer. He always loved

woodworking.”

Adam, the youngest Pratt Guy,

joined Derek at 14 by doing a

work program offered at Mandarin

High School. What started out as

interior woodworking business has

turned into a company that builds

signature pergolas, custom outdoor

kitchens and more. Now you even

have the ability to design your own

backyard. Check out their website,

prattguys.com; products featured

have been hand-selected by the

Pratt Guys. The brothers Pratt are

turning their venture into one of

the most well-known businesses in

the city.

Jason on Casa Dora

Italian Cafe

“What’s neat about this place

is when you come in you meet

Freddie, the owner. The next time

you come in, he’s going to treat

you like a celebrity. He always

wants to greet you. The food is

really good. This place is easy to

miss. But when you find it, you’ll

keep coming back.”

j

Jason Pratt

(904) 737-4652, prattguys.com

Casa Dora

Italian Cafe

108 E Forsyth St//(904) 356-8282

Hours: Mon-Sun: 10:30am-9:30pm

casadoraitalian.com

SEPTEMBER 21-OCTOBER 4, 2016

| jack 11

PHOTO: XXXXXX

PHOTOS: MATT PITTMAN FOR JACK


PICKUP LINES ARE

DEAD, AREN’T THEY?

Seriously,

dude?

Is that all

you’ve got?

Are you a

camera? Because every

time I look at you,

I smile.

BY COURTNEY CLARK

jack

We asked a few locals the best

and worst pick-up lines they’ve

received or used. Although

“successful” may be a relative

term, read the gold mine they

submitted (and use them at your

own risk).

Unsuccessful

“Girl, are you a parking ticket? Because you have

‘fine’ written all over you.” — Caleb

“Would you like to play Lion Tamer? You can get on all

fours and I’ll stick my head in your mouth.” — Jared

“I look good and you look good. We should look

good together.” —April

“You’re like my pinky toe: small, cute, and I’m

probably gonna bang you on the furniture later.” — Samantha

Have

you been to the

doctor lately? I think

you’re lacking some

Vitamin Me.

“Pizza is my second favorite thing to eat in bed.” — Emily

Successful

“How to charm hot babes on Tinder … Whoops, that was supposed

to go into Google search!” — Andy

“I may not be Noah Calhoun, but I am building my own house.” — Michael, who

added, “Got me one date only to find out she was obscenely hot and batshit crazy.”

“Congratulations! You’ve been awarded Tinder Profile of the Year for 2016! You win

a year’s supply of terrible pick-up lines with a positive result rate of 5 percent, three

messages that will go unanswered, and a fake ‘how we met’ story for your family that

has been proven successful in clinical trials. Keep up the good work!” — Lori

“Me: ‘Hey, you wanna come over later for pizza and sex?’

Him: “What?”

Me: “What, you don’t like pizza?” —Jordan

“You have a beautiful smile!” — John

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AND DON’T TELL

ME TO SMILE

Are you a

campfire? Cause

you’re hot and I

want s’more.

BY COURTNEY CLARK

jack

You see someone walking along King

Street, cross paths with a co-worker at Bold

Bean, or glance over at your friend at Sun-

Ray and notice they look angry or seem to

be frowning.

You know you want to do it.

You want to grin and say something

like, “Come on, don’t look so angry. Smile

a little.” Or, “You’d look so much better if

you smiled.”

It seems natural — even innocuous —

to comment on a person’s appearance and

demeanor.

But we beg of you: Do not tell people to

smile.

“Why?” you’re thinking. “I just want

them to feel better.”

Don’t do it.

“But they look so upset! Maybe if they

smile, they’ll feel happier.”

Nope.

“But—”

NO!

To help you understand this concern,

naturally we took to Facebook asking, “Why

don’t you like it when someone tells you to

smile?”

Jessi Bain says, “My smile is mine to

give to who I choose. If you try to force it

out of me, it means less than if I were to

smile at you naturally.”

Brenda Chapman revealed, “…Maybe

I’m not happy at that moment. Maybe

something is going on in my life that I don’t

care to SHARE. I DO have “resting bitch

face”* – especially when I’m thinking…

What right does ANYONE have to judge?”

Most commonly (but not exclusively),

women experience this as a form of

misogyny** from men. In a “Huffington

Post” article “How I Feel When Men

Tell Me to Smile,” writer Kyle Capogna

explains, “When a man tells me to smile,

I feel like I’ve been contracted to provide

aesthetic entertainment for him — a contract

I never signed. I’ve become more like an

object in his eyes. ... It may sound extreme,

but it reminds me of a dog owner telling

his pet to perform a trick. Basically, I feel

objectified.”

Further comments on what turned out to

be a tense Facebook conversation support

the idea that women feel objectified. Some

taking part in the discussion, who preferred

to remain anonymous, referenced the creep

and sleaze factor, a sense of entitlement that

men have, the act of policing appearance,

and how a seemingly mild statement

actually can be interpreted as a power move.

But men sometimes can find themselves

on the receiving end of the request — and

they don’t seem to like it, either.

Dylan Kilby offered, “I have resting

bitch face. I’m not unhappy, it’s just my

face. When someone tells me to smile, it

assumes that I owe that person a change

in my appearance. Unless it’s a friend or

a family member to whom I’m offering

support, I don’t owe someone a change in

my body to make their day better, especially

a stranger.”

Daniel Williams commented, “It feels

like I’m doing something wrong, and then I

have to fake it.”

So, in short, please don’t tell someone to

smile. It’s one thing to ask after someone’s

well-being (“Are you okay?” certainly is

acceptable) but quite another matter to focus

on trying to change someone.

Riverside resident Rebecca Dumlao

effectively provides the TL;DR (too long;

didn’t read) version for you lazy bastards:

“I’m not smiling because I don’t want to.

Leave me alone.”

*For those unfamiliar with this phenomenon, Wikipedia (we know, we know; don’t tell our college professors)

describes it as “a term for a facial expression (or lack thereof) which unintentionally appears angry, annoyed or

irritated.” RBF is generally attributed to people who are always told they look upset, when really that’s their natural

facial expression at rest.

**The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines misogyny as “a hatred of women.” And if you’re thinking, “That’s absurd! I

love women!” keep in mind that it’s the nuances that matter. Often misogyny comes into play as more of an ingrained

prejudice or assumptions about women and how they should behave, look, or feel, and dictionaries that haven’t

already redefined the term (for example, the Oxford English Dictionary) finally are taking this into consideration. (You

can read more on this here: on.wsj.com/2ckwljh.)

SEPTEMBER 21-OCTOBER 4, 2016

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#jackdrinks

PHOTOS: BOB MACK

WE HAVE DESIGNS ON BALLOTS & BREWS

BY MATT PITTMAN

jack

If we’re going to talk about

politics, why not do it while

enjoying a beer or two, okay

maybe three?

AIGA Jacksonville and the

Jax Young Voters Coalition bring

you “Ballots & Brews: A Political

Poster Show,” Oct. 1 at the new

Intuition Ale Works Downtown.

More than 1,000 young voters are

expected to attend the nonpartisan

event and mingle with candidates,

campaign representatives and

elected officials.

AIGA Jacksonville is the local

chapter for the American Institute

of Graphic Artists, the professional

association for design. AIGA

advances design as a professional

craft, strategic advantage and vital

cultural force. The Jacksonville

chapter boasts more than 200

members – graphics designers,

interactive designers, illustrators,

copywriters, educators and design

students, as well as professionals

in related fields such as printing,

and photography. Their shared

goals are to increasing activity and

awareness.

The Jax Young Voters Coalition

is a non-partisan group of more

than 500 young voters with a wide

range of backgrounds, industries,

neighborhoods and political party

affiliations that share a common

bond — their love of Jacksonville

and determination to make it a

better place. Their mission is to

increase political engagement and

turnout of voters — ages 18 to 40

— through collaborative events.

The first 50 attendees of legal

drinking age through the doors will

receive a free beer ticket courtesy

of event sponsors Pratt Guys and

Intuition Ale Works. BREW Five

Points will donate the cold ones

so attendees can enjoy BREW’s

signature “Hipster Speedball.”

AIGA Jacksonville is collecting

submissions of political and votingthemed

posters from artists that

will be showcased at the event at

which there also will be live music.

Anyone who wants to create a

poster for the show can register at

ballotsandbrews.com. Posters are

due by September 26.

Get informed at Ballots and

Brews and decide on the candidates

for whom you will check off on

your ballot. Admission is free with

a voter registration card, or register

to attend at the door.

Attendees will be encouraged to

sign a pledge to vote in the Nov. 8

general election.

Or, if politics is not in your

blood, remember that you’re going

to be at a brewery, so drink up.

Ballots & Brews

Sat, Oct 1, 6-9 pm

Intuition Ale Works, 929 E. Bay St

j

ballotsandbrews.com

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go+do

WED/SEP 21

AVONDALE

Wino Wednesdays

With Goliath Flores. Free hookah with the

purchase of a bottle of discounted wines.

9pm-2am//The Casbah Café//3628 St

Johns Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

Miss Sharon Jones

A year in the life of the popular funk/soul singer

who was trying to release an album while

battling pancreatic cancer. 93min.

In Order of Appearance

(2016) Introverted & hard-working snow plow

driver Nils has just been named Citizen of The

Year, when he receives news that his son has

died of a heroin overdose. Armed with heavy

machinery & a good dose of beginner’s luck,

Nils embarks upon a quest for revenge that

escalates into a full-blown underworld gang war.

R 115min.

Akira Kurosawa’s Ran:

New 4K Restoration

Ran is Japanese filmmakers Akira Kurosawa’s

reinterpretation of William Shakespeare’s

King Lear. The Lear counterpart is an elderly

16th-century warlord (Tatsuya Nakadai),

who announces that he’s about to divide his

kingdom equally among his three sons. R 160

min.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

Game Night

Game room & The Shadows Theater open; $2

16oz PBR, $3 Fireball, wells/domestics.

2pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//No

cover

One Off Wednesday

A new, limited-release beer is tapped & available

1 day only in the tap room.

5pm//Intuition Ale Works//720 King St//

Free

Trivia Night

Two rounds of competition with the first at 8pm;

the second begins at 9pm. Assemble a team &

play 1 or both. Rogue bucks to winning teams.

5pm-2am//The Rogue//King St//Free

entry

Jax Beer Week: What The Funk?

Celebration of the sour & funky side of craft beer.

6-9pm//Alewife Bottleshop & Tasting

Room//1035 Park St//Various

Running Club

Meet fellow joggers for a 5K or 10K, then take

$1 off all brews after your route.

7pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695 Post

St//Free

Wine Down Wednesday

$1 off all wine by the glass, $3 house wines, $5

off bottle wines.

7pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695 Post

St//Free

Hospital Happy Hour

Medical field workers enjoy Happy Hour prices.

7-11pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695

Post St//Free

BROOKLYN

Free Yoga

No experience necessary; mats provided.

6-7pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside Ave//

Free

Jax Beer Week: Ballast Point Tap

Takeover

Part of the Jax Beer Week activities.

6-9pm//Burrito Gallery//90 Riverside

Ave//Free entry

It’s Whimsical Women & Wine Time

An evening of fun, connection & play to inspire

women while enjoying (bottomless) wine &

activities. Ages 21+.

7:30-10pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//$25

where to explore

Come on inside and explore a world of pure imagination.

SWEET PETE’S Downtown is a 23,000-square-foot fully

functioning candy-making factory and one of the largest candy shops

in the United States. It features a retail shop as well as an event center

that offers space for children’s field trips, catered events and parties.

Find out how to make lollipops, taffy, chocolate pizza, soda pop

and more with hands-on interactive candy-making sessions.

Sweet Pete’s is run by a group of naturally fun people committed

to creating the Sweetest Destination on Earth. On top of that, it is

connected to the Candy Apple Café, a full-service restaurant and bar

that features a rooftop patio and dessert bar.

Sweet Pete’s

400 N. Hogan Street, (904) 376 7161, sweetpetescandy.com

Hours: Mon: 9am-4pm, Tue-Thu: 9am - 9pm, Fri-Sat: 9am - 10pm,

Sat: 9am-10pm, Sun: 10am-5pm

DOWNTOWN

Happy Hour & Craft Cocktail Bar

$3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select craft

cocktails, half-off select wines & wells.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

Blackjack

Double-down in the lounge. Win prizes, hone your

skills or learn to play. Your drink is your buy-in.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Bridging the Music Presents: Florida

Solo Artist Awards

Live music. All ages. Info: (303) 532-8890.

6pm//1904 Music Hall//19 N

Ocean//$11.75, $12 DOS

Whiskey Wednesdays

Food & whiskey drink specials. Live music:

Spade McQuade.

6-9pm//Fionn MacCool’s Irish

Restaurant and Pub//2 Independent

Dr//Walk-ins welcome

Hell Yeah

Live music: Groove Metal, Thrash Metal,

Speed Metal, Melodic Death Metal. With Act of

Defiance / New Day.

7pm//Maverick’s//2 Independent

Dr//$25, $30 DOS

Old School Trivia

Gift cards for 1st & 2nd place finishes. 2-for-1

cocktails, bucket beer specials, lite brites from

4-8pm.

7-10pm//Downtown Cigar Lounge//11 N

Ocean St//Free entry

Karaoke & Poker

Your choice, or participate in both.

7:30pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435

Bay St//Walk-ins welcome

Trivia Night

$4 Sweetwater Brewing Pints.

8pm//Spliff’s Gastropub//15 Ocean St//

Free entry

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

Jax Beer Week: $5 Florida Drafts, Jax

Brewery Flights, Beer Cocktails &

Mash-In Ticket Raffle

Part of the Jax Beer Week activities.

11am-10pm//Kitchen on San

Marco//1402 San Marco Boulevard//

Various

Pilot Batch Wednesday

Every Wednesday the crew releases a new pilot

batch beer brewed in small batches.

5pm//Aardwolf Brewing Co.//1461

Hendricks Ave//Free

Wine Wednesdays

$20 All-You-Can-Drink select wines & hors

d’oeuvres. Wine & appetizer selections vary

weekly.

5-8pm//River City Brewing

Company//835 Museum Circle//Free

entry

Art League of Jacksonville Cartooning &

Illustration Classes

Students will learn about how to create

expressive figures & how to pose them from

different angles. Ages 11+.

6:30-8:30pm//Balis Community

Center//1513 LaSalle St//Rolling

registration; $80 for 6 sessions, or $60

for 4 sessions

Art League of Jacksonville Ceramics

Class

Students learn how to build ceramic sculpture,

hand-building with techniques in form & texture.

Ages 11+. $40 materials fee.

7pm//Balis Community Center//1513

LaSalle St//Rolling registration; $80 for 6

sessions, or $60 for 4 sessions

Cute Is What We Aim For

Live music: Pop Punk, Alternative Rock. With

Parkridge / Skyview.

7pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$20

THU/SEP 22

AVONDALE

Down & In

Deejay Comic spins, $2 Almaza, $3 Val Dieu

Blonde, $15 bottles of wine; 10% off for

checking in.

9pm-2am//The Casbah Café//3628 St

Johns Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

Thirsty Thursday

$1 Yuengling drafts, $1 glass of house LaTerre

wine.

11am-10pm//Al’s Pizza//1620 Margaret

St//Free

22 Too Many

An average of 22 veterans commit suicide each

day. This event is meant to raise awareness.

11:30am//Meet at Brew Five Points next

to Riverside Park//819 Park S//Free

Taco Thursday

Taco Happy Hour means a free taco with every

drink purchased from 5-7pm. Taco menu until

10pm.

5pm-2am//The Rogue//927 King St//

Free entry

SUN-RAY CINEMA

Miss Sharon Jones

See listing Sep 21.

In Order of Disappearance

See listing Sep 21.

Akira Kurosawa’s Ran: 4K Restoration

See listing Sep 21.

A Clockwork Orange

(1971) Alex (Malcolm McDowell) & his ”Droogs”

spend their nights getting high at the Korova

Milkbar before embarking on “a little of the old

ultraviolence” while jauntily warbling “Singin’ in

the Rain.” R 137min.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

Thirsty Thursday

$10 all-you-can-drink wells/domestic drafts

from 10pm-1am. Shows with rotating casts

at 10:30pm & midnight; talent contest during

second show. Amateur male strip contest at

1am.

2pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//No

cover 21+

Jax Beer Week: Cider & Cheese Pairing

A farmhouse cider & artisanal cheese pairing.

Ticketed event.

6-8pm//Alewife Bottleshop & Tasting

Room//1035 Park St//Various

Brewery Yoga

Yoga every Thursday; relax afterward in the tap

room.

6:30pm//Bold City Brewery//2670

Rosselle St #7//$5

Friend Speed Dating

Meet people who share at least one interest

with you - the library. If you like your “friend,”

swap digits. Or, move onto someone new. If you

don’t like anyone, don’t worry, there are books

upstairs to help you console yourself. Location:

Meeting Room.

7-8:30pm//Willowbranch Branch

Library//2875 Park St//Free

Thursday Game Night

Cards Against Humanity, Charades, Exploding

Kittens, Pictionary, beer bingo, trivia. Win prizes

& beer cash.

7-10pm//Silver Cow//1506 King St//Free

Trivia Tonight

House cash to top 3 teams. Beer specials.

7:30-9:30pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695

Post St//Free

The Loft Thursdays

Indie-pop dance party. DJs Wes Reed, Josh

Kemp spin music videos. Kill the Keg: Free PBR

from 9:30-10:30pm.

8pm-2am//The Loft//925 King St//Free

to enter

BROOKLYN

Y-Fit Boot Camp

Join the new Winston Family YMCA for a free

Y-Fit boot camp for this outdoor class. Bring

water & be prepared to sweat.

11am-Noon//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//Free

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Free Yoga

No experience necessary; mats provided.

5:30-6:30pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//Free

DOWNTOWN

Jacksonville’s “Top to Bottom” Walking

Tour

Hear stories of the River City from the Great

Fire to the First Hollywood while gazing atop

the tallest building in the city & exploring secret

underground tunnels beneath Downtown. Tour

includes a look at the Jacksonville Symphony.

10-11:45am//Jacksonville

Landing//2 Independent Dr (meet at

escalators)//$20

JPL: Toastmasters

Bring your lunch & help build this new club

in a supportive learn-by-doing environment.

Location: Lounge.

Noon-1:30pm//Jacksonville Main

Library//303 N Laura St//Free

Happy Hour & Craft Cocktail Bar

$3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select craft

cocktails, half-off select wines & wells.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

Thursday is the New Friday

DJ Hollywood spins ‘90s Rock with a little Nu

Disco.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Thursday Night Ladies Night

Ladies 18+ drink free from 8-10pm; $2 Ladies

Drinks with $1 upgrades from 10-closing; Ladies

in groups of 5 or more receive free VIP & a bottle

of champagne. $10 all-you-can-drink drafts

for everyone else. Crown & Down Happy Hour

6-10pm. Free line-dancing lessons 7-10pm.

Doors 6pm//Maverick’s//2 Independent

Dr//Free entry

Ramona Quimby Presents A Weekly

Live Music Showcase

Happy Hour from 4-9pm. Musical performers

begin 6-9pm. Register for 10% off food item:

bit.ly/2c5Ku1L.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

Open-Mic Poetry

Followed by Comedy Hourglass at 9:30pm.

7pm//The Hourglass Pub//3435 Bay St//

Walk-ins welcome

The Elbow Social

DCL Thursday Takeover with “Smoke & Play.”

Old-school board games. Drink specials 5-8pm.

Specials for Downtown employees with valid

business card or ID badge (venue’s choice).

7-10pm//Downtown Cigar Lounge//11 N

Ocean St//Free

Late Night Radio

Live music: Funk, Soul, Hip-Hop, Electronic,

Future Funk. With Flamingosis. All ages.

8pm//1904 Music Hall//19 N

Ocean//$10-$15

Slate & Second City present

Unelectable You

Evening of comedy, insight & topical musings.

8pm//Florida Theatre//128 E Forsyth

St//$39-$50

UNLEASH: The Weekly Dance Party

$3 drinks until 10pm; $4 drinks until 11pm; $5

drinks until Midnight. Guest/list: Free

entry 21+ from 9-11pm; $5 entry

for ladies 19-20 until 11pm;

General admission: $5 entry

for 21+ all night; $10 entry

for ladies 19-20 all night.

9pm//Myth NightClub

& Bar//333 E Bay St//

See above

SAN MARCO/

SOUTHBANK

Oktoberfest at

Aardwolf Brewing

Company

Stop by for the launch of their

Oktoberfest “Aartoberfest.” Try

one of 4 Gose-style brews & enter

to win logoed steins. Info: aardwolfbrewing.

com/home

TBA//Aardwolf Brewing Company//1461

Hendricks Ave//Various

Jax Beer Week: $5 Florida Drafts, Jax

Brewery Flights, Beer Cocktails & Mash

In Ticket Raffle

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OCTOBERFEST AT ARDWOLF BREWING CO • TBA

Part of the Jax Beer Week activities.

11am-10pm//Kitchen on San

Marco//1402 San Marco Boulevard//

Various

Jax Beer Week: Intuition Ale Works Tap

Spotlight

Join the Intuition Ale Works crew for several

Barrel-Aged beers & BBQ.

5-9pm//Kitchen on San Marco//1402

San Marco Boulevard//Various

Jax Beer Week: Founders Tap Spotlight

Part of the Jax Beer Week activities.

5:30-8pm//Beer: 30 San Marco//1543

San Marco Boulevard//Various

Trivia Night

Live music: Jazz, Blues.

7pm//The Parlour//2000 San Marco

Blvd//Free

Pride and Prejudice

All of the wit & romance of Jane Austen’s classic

1813 novel come to life in this adaptation.

7:30pm//Theater Jacksonville//2032 San

Marco Blvd//Various

River Jam Sunset Cruise

Live music: Open mic night headliner: Kalani

Rose. Board St. Johns River Taxi at Friendship

Park. Rain or shine. Advance purchase. No

coolers.

7:30-8pm//Friendship Fountain

Park//1015 Museum Circle//$20

FRI/SEP 23

AVONDALE

Cabaret Belly Dancing

Traditional Middle Eastern belly-dancing; 10%

off for checking in.

9pm-2am//The Casbah Café//3628 St

Johns Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

(2016) With the town of Rose Creek under the

deadly control of industrialist Bartholomew

Bogue, the desperate townspeople employ

protection from seven men who are outlaws,

bounty hunters, gamblers & hired guns. PG-13.

133min.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

Flesh Friday

$3 SKKY Vodka & Flavors, $4 Fireball Shots

(10pm-2am); DJ Timmy; Shows (10:30pm &

midnight) hosted by Dee Ranged; AJ Neaher /

Stephen Choate live at 9:30pm.

Happy Hour 2-10pm//The Metro

Entertainment Complex//859 Willow

Branch Ave//No cover 21+ before 9pm

All-U-Can-Drink & Eat

All-you-can-eat charcuterie, fromage & hors

d’oeuvrs. All-you-can-drink craft beer on tap.

Wine by the glass.

5-7pm//Silver Cow//1506 King St//$25

Jax Beer Week: Think Local, Drink

Local

Local tap takeover & game night with

Rethreaded pop-up shop.

7-11pm//Alewife Bottleshop & Tasting

Room//1035 Park St//Various

Josh Kemp

Music: DJ spins the ‘80s, ‘90s

& current hits.

8pm-2am//The

Loft//925 King St//

Free to enter

A Night of Comedy

Bob, the Drag Queen, will

perform in 3 shows with

Dee Ranged & MNCQ

2016 Anita Waistline.

Shows 9:30pm,

11pm, 12:30am//The

Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow

Branch Ave//Free

BROOKLYN

WJCT After Hours: Thank You Concert

Music from WJCT 89.8FM After Hours

programs, featuring local bands Billy & Bella /

Complicated Animals / Madison Carr / Spice &

the Po Boys / Mama Blue / Mike Shackelford /

Junco Royals.

7-10pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//Free

DOWNTOWN

Neighborhood LIFT

Information on how to become a homeowner.

See if you qualify for down-payment assistance

to buy a home up to $7,5000, based on the

amount you’re able to contribute. Registration:

wellsfargo.com/lift

10am-7pm//Prime Osborn Convention

Center//1000 Water St//Walk-ins

welcome

Frontline Families

An AmeriCorps program implemented by Points

of Light, to engage veterans, service members

& their families to lead volunteer efforts that will

address pressing issues within the community.

Eight-week training in project management,

fundraising, volunteer recruitment & evaluation.

Apply: bit.ly/1MTMlX7.

3:30pm//Jessie Ball DuPont Center//40

E Adams St//Free

Magic Class

Learn to perform tricks that will wow family

& friends. Class with Michael Chrosniak of

Crossroad Magic.

4-5pm//Hemming Park//135 W Duval

St//Free

Happy Hour & Craft Cocktail Bar

$3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select craft

cocktails, half-off select wines & wells. Variety of

drinks & food.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

THE Friday Night Party

Various DJs spin a danceable mix of indie,

throwback rock & fun jams. Specials vary.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Mad Cowford Improv Comedy

Laughs begin at 7:30pm; Bay Street Jam

Sessions at 9:30pm. Ladies Night; ladies drink

$1 wine from 7-10pm.

4pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435

Bay St//Walk-ins welcome

Dinner on the Diamond with Legends

Join Hall of Famers Andre Dawson & Ferguson

Jenkins, future Hall of Famer Chipper Jones &

former Major League All Stars Vince Coleman,

Amos Otis, Willie Wilson, Frank White, Jim

“Mudcat” Grant for an evening of baseball

excitement. Other guests are Sarah Burns &

David McMahon, who wrote & produced “Jackie

Robinson,” the Ken Burns documentary that aired

in April on PBS. This fundraising event is for Big

Brothers and Big Sisters. Funds raised will benefit

Big Brothers Big Sisters & purchase baseball

equipment for inner city kids. Reception begins at

5:30pm, Dinner: 6:15. Program: 7-9pm.

5:30-9pm//Baseball Grounds of

Jacksonville//301 A Philip Randolph

Blvd//$200

Fries With That Wine

Voted 2015 Bold City Best Local Charity Event.

A VIP section has been added to provide an

extensive food & wine-pairing experience. The

VIP section will welcome guests at 5pm to

sample premier wines & special culinary treats.

Info: (904) 356-4517. Location: East US Assure

Club.

6pm//EverBank Field//1 EverBank Field

Dr//$45-$75

Analog Photography in a Digital World

Patrons’ Preview

Be the first to view this “Retro-spective.”

Sip specialty cocktails, taste inventive hors

d’oeuvres, & mingle with art lovers. Members

only. Registration: bit.ly/2cHJyAf.

6pm/MOCA Jacksonville//33 N Laura

St//Free

Hundreth

Live music: Melodic Hardcore, Pop Punk, Punk

Rock. With Trophy Eyes. All ages.

Doors 7pm, Show 7:30pm//1904 Music

Hall//19 N Ocean//$12

Friday Night Live Festival

Family friendly event uniting cultures through

music, arts & community with a music

competition, live art display, silent auction.

Auction benefits Yoga 4 Change, a non-profit that

uses teachings & practices of yoga to transform

the lives of veterans, incarcerated individuals,

youth & those who suffer from substance abuse.

Donations: marketing@madfab-media.com.

7-10pm//Hemming Park//135 W Duval

St//Free

IL Divo

Live music: Multinational classical crossover

vocal group.

8pm//Florida Theatre//128 E Forsyth

St//$106-$2,000

Jazz Discovery Series: Sofija Knezevic

Live music: Jazz.

8pm//Ritz Theatre//829 N Davis St//$24-

$29

Spade McQuade

Live music.

8pm//Fionn MacCool’s Irish Restaurant

and Pub//2 Independent Dr//Walk-ins

welcome

Hard 2 Handle

Live music on the Coca-Cola Riverfront Stage.

8pm-1am//Jacksonville Landing//2

Independent Dr//Free

VICE Fridays

Vegas-style experience. DJ’s, entertainers &

dancers. Strict dress code.

8pm-2am//Myth NightClub & Bar//333

E Bay St//Free entry before 11pm,

General $5

Friday Night Groove

Old school, neo soul, R&B, Hip Hop with

cocktails, champagne, wine, cigar, champagne

pairing & hookah. Dress: Grown & sexy.

9pm-2am//Downtown Cigar Lounge

Jax//11 N Ocean St//Free entry

Hourglass after Dark Presents…

Late night variety show.

9:30pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435

Bay St//Walk-ins welcome

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

$5 Fridays

Reduced admission & 3 extra hours to explore.

10am-8pm//MOSH//1025 Museum

Circle//$5

Jax Beer Week: $5 Florida Drafts, Jax

Brewery Flights, Beer Cocktails &

Mash-In Ticket Raffle

Part of the Jax Beer Week activities.

11am-10pm//Kitchen on San

Marco//1402 San Marco Boulevard//

Various

Jax Beer Week: M.I.A. Brewing Tap

Spotlight

Part of the Jax Beer Week activities.

5:30-8pm//Beer: 30 San Marco//1543

San Marco Boulevard//Various

River Jam Sunset Cruise

Live music: Stephen Quinn. Board the St. Johns

River Taxi rain or shine. Advance purchase. No

coolers.

7:30-8pm//Friendship Fountain

Park//1015 Museum Circle//$20

Pride and Prejudice

All of the wit & romance of Jane Austen’s classic

1813 novel come to life in this adaptation.

7:30pm//Theater Jacksonville//2032 San

Marco Blvd//Various

Breaking Through / Dash Ten

Live music: Rock, Punk. With The Gumps / Eli

The Poet.

8pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$8, $10 DOS

SAT/SEP 24

MURRAY HILL

The Mars Hill Band

Live music: From R&B to 80s/90s Pop, Rock.

With GFM / Meagan McCloud. All ages.

Doors 6:30pm, Show 7-11pm//Murray

Hill Theatre//932 Edgewood Ave S//$6

(group), $8 (advanced), $10 (DOS)

AVONDALE

Cabaret Belly Dancing

Traditional Middle Eastern belly-dancing; 10% off

for checking in.

9pm-2am//The Casbah Café//3628 St

Johns Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Time Bandits

(1981) Young history buff Kevin (Craig Warnock)

can scarcely believe it when six dwarfs emerge

from his closet one night. Former employees of


the Supreme Being (Ralph Richardson), they’ve

purloined a map charting all of the holes in the

fabric of time & are using it to steal treasures

from different historical eras. PG 116min.

Phantasm (Remastered)

(2016) Two men (Reggie Bannister, A.

Michael Baldwin) join forces to defeat the evil,

dimensional-hopping Tall Man (Angus Scrimm).

Part of Art House Theater Day. R 96 min.

2001: A Space Odyssey

(1968) When Dr. Dave Bowman (Keir Dullea)

& other astronauts are sent on a mysterious

mission, their ship’s computer system HAL,

begins to display increasingly strange behavior.

G. 161min.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

RAM Morning Yoga

Yoga with Marcy Knight

9-10am//Riverside Art Market River

Stage// Under the Fuller Warren Bridge//

Free

Riverside Arts Market

Arts & crafts, fresh vegetables & produce, food

vendors & live entertainment.

10am-4pm//Riverside Art Market//

Under the Fuller Warren Bridge//Free

Saturday Groove

Happy Hour 2-8pm. Shows at 9:30&11pm

& 12:30am with a rotating cast. AJ Neaher /

Stephen Choate live at 9:30pm. Disco, game

room, Rainbow Room, The Shadows Theater,

tiki/patio open. Session 10pm-2:30am.

2pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//

No cover 21+ before 9pm (except for

special events)

DJ Wes Reed

Music: DJ spins party anthems.

8pm-2am//The Loft//925 King St//Free

to enter

DOWNTOWN

Strut Your Mutt This

September & Save A Life

Best Friends Animal

Society’s fundraising event.

Annual charity poochwalking

event to raise

money toward saving

the lives of homeless

pets in the community.

Interactive games &

activities. Registration:

support.bestfriends.org.

8am//Metropolitan

Park//1410 Gator Bowl

Blvd//$25-$35

Rustapalooza Vintage Markets

Vintage vendors from around the Southeast.

Early pickin’ 8-10am: $5, General admission

10am-5pm: $5. Free parking. Info: bit.

ly/2cakRxC.

8am-5pm//Jacksonville

Fairgrounds//510 Fairgrounds Pl//$5-

$10

Neighborhood LIFT

Information on how to become a homeowner.

See if you qualify for down-payment assistance

to buy a home up to $7,5000, based on the

amount you’re able to contribute. Registration:

STRUT YOUR MUTT THIS SEPTEMBER AND SAVE A LIFE • 8AM •

wellsfargo.com/lift

10am-7pm//Prime Osborn Convention

Center//1000 Water St//Walk-ins

welcome

Wine Women & Shoes

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida

fundraising feast for the senses, incorporating

unlimited wine & champagne samples, lunch,

chocolates, boutique shopping, live & silent

auctions, raffles & a fashion show. For more info:

bbbsnefl.org.

11am//Jessie Ball DuPont Center//40 E

Adams St//$150

DJ NICKFresh

Digital mixology at its finest. Specials vary.

6pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Paint Nite

Grab some friends & paint. Arrive 30 minutes

early to secure seats together & enjoy

your dinner. Not BYOB. Coupon code:

DOWNTOWN20 takes $20 off each ticket.

6-8pm//Downtown Cigar Lounge//11 N

Ocean St//$45

Stick To Your Guns

Live music: Hardcore Punk, Metalcore, Nu

Metal. With Stray From The Path / Expire /

Knocked Loose. All ages.

Doors 6:30pm, Show 7pm//1904 Music

Hall//19 N Ocean//$16

Jacksonville Armada FC v Rayo OKC

For tickets & promotional offers call

1-844-2-ARMADA.

7pm//Baseball Grounds of

Jacksonville//301 A Philip Randolph

Blvd//Various

Bud Lights Up the Landing

Fireworks, local bands, drinks & food.

8pm-1am//Jacksonville Landing//2

Independent Dr//Free

Brett Foster Band

Live music: Country, Rock.

8pm//Fionn MacCool’s Irish

Restaurant and Pub//2

Independent Dr//Walkins

welcome

Sanctuary Saturdays

Open format of Top-40,

EDM, & Indie in the main

room. Best in House,

Tech House & Techno on

the terrace. Guest DJ’s,

performers & dancers.

8pm-2am//Myth

NightClub & Bar//333 E

Bay St//$5-$500

DCL VIBE Saturday Night

Sounds by Brooklyn Mike. Cigars,

cocktails, hookah.

9pm//Downtown Cigar Lounge Jax//11

N Ocean St//Free entry

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

St. Johns River Taxi: Jacksonville Zoo

Cruise Tours

Take a 45-minute guided cruise to the zoo &

spend the day enjoying animals from around

the world. Return set for 3:45pm for 4:30pm

arrival. Reservations required. Tickets include

zoo admission.

10am//Friendship Fountain Park//1015

Museum Circle//$40 adult, $30 youth

12 & under

River Jam Sunset Cruise

Live music. Board the St. Johns River Taxi rain

or shine. Advance purchase. No coolers.

7:30-8pm//Friendship Fountain

Park//1015 Museum Circle//$20

Pride and Prejudice

All of the wit & romance of Jane Austen’s classic

1813 novel come to life in this adaptation.

8pm//Theater Jacksonville//2032 San

Marco Blvd//Various

John Brown’s Body

Live music: Reggae, Dub. With The Ellameno

Beat / Citizen Selecta.

8pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$15

SUN/SEP 25

AVONDALE

Service Industry Sundays

Live music: Vonn Barlow Trio.

9pm//The Casbah

Café//3628 St Johns

Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent

Seven

See listing Sept 23.

A Clockwork Orange

See listing Sept 22.

Check listings//Sun-

Ray Cinema//1029 Park

St//$9.50 adults, $5.50

children, $8 students/

military

RIVERSIDE

Sunday Funday

Early opening with great eats & drinks.

11am-2am//The Rogue//927 King St//

Free entry

Sunday Funday

Bottomless Mimosas & Beermosas for $10. $5

Creole French Toast & Happy Hour all day.

Noon-6pm//Silver Cow//1506 King St//

Free entry

Lifting Voices With The Ritz Chamber

Players

Sunday Classical Concert. Music from African

American composers performed by North

Florida musicians. Registration required: (904)

899-6038.

1:30pm//Cummer Museum//829

Riverside Ave//Free with museum

admission

Service Industry Night

If you are in the industry, get a free shot of Four

Roses Whiskey & 5 rings for ring toss, each with

a chance to win more shots.

5pm-2am//The Rogue//927 King St//

Free entry

Ping-Pong Tournament

Show off your skills & win house cash.

7pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695 Post

St//Free

Mr. & Miss Riot Comedy Pageant 2016

Categories: Presentation, Talent (7 min max),

BALTIMORE RAVENS V JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS • 1PM

Evening gown. Winner chosen by audience

votes. Contestant entry: $40. Registration: (904)

388-8719.

8pm//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//$5

Karaoke

With Rob Session; Game Room & The Shadows

Theater open.

10pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//No

cover

DOWNTOWN

Waterfront Yoga

Bring yoga mat, water & towel. Classes, 60-

75min., for all levels. Ages 10+.

9am//Jacksonville Landing//2

Independent Dr//$5 per person (cash

only)

Baltimore Ravens v Jacksonville

Jaguars

After a season-opening loss to Green Bay & a

trip to San Diego, the Jaguars return home.

1pm//EverBank Field//1

Everbank Field Dr//Various

Heartfulness Meditation

Indrani Sindhuvalli will guide

this meditation workshop.

Learn to relax, integrate

your inner & outer

lives, & enter a state of

peacefulness. Location:

Conference Room.

3-4pm//Jacksonville

Main Library//303 N

Laura St//Free

Death Angel

Live music: Trash Metal, Funk

Metal, Horror Punk, Heavy Metal.

With Michale Graves. All ages.

Doors 4pm, Show 4:30pm//1904 Music

Hall//19 N Ocean//$15-$20

Caribbean Sundaze

Live music from the islands on the Coca-Cola

Riverfront Stage.

4-9pm//Jacksonville Landing//2

Independent Dr W//Free

River Taxi to EverBank Field

Designated St. Johns River Taxi stops for the

Jaguars game against the Baltimore Ravens

will begin operating at least three hours before

the game & will continue at least three hours

after the game. (Runs every 20 minutes). Other

pick up locations include: Doubletree Hotel,

Lexington Hotel & Jacksonville Landing. No

round-trip tickets available. There are 4 water

taxis for the regular-season games. Live music:

Kalani Rose & Stephen Quinn.

9am//Friendship Fountain Park//1015

Museum Circle//$5 each way

The Great Unwind Hangout

Prepare for Monday with $4 bomb shots, $3

drafts.

6pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Cherub

Live music: Electro- Indie, Electro Pop. With

Frenship / Boo Seeka. Online ticket purchase

includes a digital download of Cherub’s

upcoming album.

7pm//Maverick’s//2 Independent

Dr//$17

LUXdrybar brings high end styling services to Jacksonville

in a friendly, two chair studio space. Get the glam without the pretense! When you

enter, a professional stylist greets you for a consultation and offers you a beverage.

Your service begins with a relaxing 5 minute scalp massage, a luxurious shampoo,

and a conditioning treatment using Olaplex products. Sip a coffee or Bellini while

flipping through a magazine, plug your complimentary earbuds into one of our salon

iPads, and destress while your stylist transforms your hair. Our goal is your

complete relaxation and incredible style every time!

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Sunday Night Football: You Pick’em, We

Pour ‘em

Watch the game on a 15-ft HD big screen. Buy

your first beer to enter the tournament & choose

your team. Winning team gets a free beer on

the house at every quarter. Special food menu.

Register to receive 10% off first food item: bit.

ly/2bEgqNy.

7pm//Myth NightClub & Bar//333 E Bay

St//Free

Southern Fried Sunday

Potluck supper (no charge, just bring something

to share), laid back karaoke with royal karaoke.

Discounts for service industry workers.

8pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435

Bay St//Free

FACT: Your Monday Mornings Will Never

be the Same

Terrace party. Whether you are a full-on dance

floor demon or a novice, drop by after the

Jaguars’ game. Ages 19+.

9pm-2am//Myth NightClub & Bar//333 E

Bay St//Free- $5

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

St. Johns River Taxi: Jacksonville Zoo

Cruise Tours

Take a 45-minute guided cruise to the zoo &

spend the day enjoying animals from around

the world. Return set for 3:45pm for 4:30pm

arrival. Reservations required. Tickets include

zoo admission.

10am//Friendship Fountain Park//1015

Museum Circle//$40 adult, $30 youth 12

& under

Pride and Prejudice

All of the wit & romance of Jane Austen’s classic

1813 novel come to life in this adaptation.

2pm//Theater Jacksonville//2032 San

Marco Blvd//Various

Sunday Fun-Day

Live music. Limited menu from 4-7pm; full bar

until 8pm.

4-8pm//River City Brewing

Company//835 Museum Circle//Free

entry

Killing Grace

Live music: Rock, Punk. With Divided We Stand.

8pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$8, $10 DOS

MON/SEP 26

MURRAY HILL

Running Club

Fun 5K around historic Avondale. All levels

welcomed to run, jog or walk. Arrive 30 min

early.

7pm//Magnolia’s Pub//1190 Edgewood

Ave S//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

Pour Club Double Points Night

Pour Club members earn double points for every

beer purchased until closing.

7pm-2am//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695

Post St//Free

Karaoke

With Rob Session; Game Room & The Shadows

Theater open.

10pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//No

cover

BROOKLYN

Y-Fit Boot Camp

Join the new Winston Family YMCA for a free

Y-Fit boot camp for this outdoor class. Bring

water & be prepared to sweat.

11am-Noon//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//Free

Jax Innovation Nights

Provides local entrepreneurs, innovators &

emerging leaders with weekly education &

mentorship to accelerate the local innovation &

startup community.

6-9pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside Ave//

Free

where to brunch

bb’s is an upscale, high-volume restaurant in San Marco serving

daily specials and a variety of dishes from sandwiches and salads to

fresh seafood and specialty meats.

For brunch the menu highlights everything from Bananas Foster

French Toast, Skirt Steak and Eggs, Crabcake Benedict, to even a

breakfast pizza. Try the Po’ boy Omelette — crispy oysters, citrus

remoulade, chi onade romaine, all topped with a house-made salsa.

You’ll find deals on Mimosas, Sangria and Bloody Mary’s, the

latter of which may be one of the best in town.

bb’s restaurant and bar

1019 Hendricks Avenue, (904) 306-0100, bbsrestaurant.com

Saturday brunch: 11am-2pm

DOWNTOWN

Gaming Afternoons

PS4, Wii & old school board games. Location:

Teen Room.

4-5pm//Jacksonville Main Library//303 N

Laura St//Free

Rock ‘n’ Roll Karaoke

Be a rock star, or just point & laugh at 9pm. With

DJ Randall.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

YMCA Gen ALL Premier Party

Video premier of Gen-All video project that

captured a glimpse of individuals’ perspectives

on aging from 8-98. Afterward, attend an

session about how the community grows from

the enrichment of all ages & how individuals can

change society’s view on aging. Hors d’oeuvres.

Info: (904) 265-1770.

6-8pm//Jessie Ball DuPont Center//40 E

Adams St//Free

Monday Night Funk Jam

$2 drafts & $5 Mac-N-Chz.

9pm//Spliff’s Gastropub//15 Ocean St//

Free entry

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

Art League of Jacksonville Ceramics

Class

Learn to build ceramic sculptures & handbuilding

with techniques in form & texture. Ages

11 & above. $40 materials fee.

6-8pm//Balis Community Center//1513

LaSalle St//Rolling registration; $80 for 6

sessions, or $60 for 4 sessions

Shaman’s Harvest

Live music: Alternative Metal, Post-Grunge, Hard

Rock. With Failure Anthem / Ghostwitch.

6:30pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$20, $25 DOS

TUE/SEP 27

MURRAY HILL

Military Tuesday

Active duty military members

receive first drink (up to $10)

on the house with a meal

purchase.

3-11pm//Magnolia’s

Pub//1190 Edgewood

Ave S//Free

AVONDALE

Tuesday Boozeday –

Ladies Night

Happy Hour prices &

champagne specials all night

for the ladies.

9pm-2am//The Casbah

Café//3628 St Johns Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Barry Lyndon

(1975) How does an Irish lad without prospects

become part of 18th-century English nobility?

For Barry Lyndon (Ryan O’Neal) the answer is:

any way he can. PG. 203min.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

Trivia Night Live

Drink & think with friends from 8-10pm. Garage

Bucks for winning teams: 1st place $75, 2nd

place $30, 3rd place $20, 4th place $10. Free

to play.

3pm-3am//The Garage//2692 Post St//

Free entry

Florida Blue Free Tuesdays

Free admission to the galleries & gardens.

4-9pm//Cummer Museum of Arts &

Gardens//829 Riverside Ave//Free

Tapas Tuesday

At the Cummer Café. Reservations: (904)

899-6022.

5-7:30pm//Cummer Museum of Arts &

Gardens//829 Riverside Ave//Free

Blackjack on the Rocks

Get lucky every Tuesday at the Blackjack table

@ 10pm.

5pm-2am//The Rogue//927 King St//

Free entry

Karaoke

With Tim; Game Room & The Shadows Theater

open.

10pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//No

cover

BROOKLYN

Free Yoga

No experience necessary; mats provided.

5:30-6:30pm//Unity Plaza//220

Riverside Ave//Free

DOWNTOWN

Jacksonville’s “Top to Bottom” Walking

Tour

Hear stories of the River City from the Great

Fire to the First Hollywood while gazing atop

the tallest building in the city & exploring secret

underground tunnels beneath Downtown. Tour

includes a look at the Florida Theatre.

10-11:45am//Jacksonville

Landing//2 Independent Dr (meet at

escalators)//$20

Toddler Tuesday

Art activities, playtime, story time, games

& outdoor activities in the Kids Zone every

Tuesday. All ages welcome.

11am//Hemming Park//135 W Duval

St//Free

Happy Hour & Craft Cocktail Bar

$3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select craft

cocktails, half-off select wines & wells.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

Game Night

Free poker, pool & arcade beginning at 7pm.

4pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435

Bay St//Walk-ins welcome

Trivia Night

With DJ Scott Young. Win a bar tab & some

swag. Late Night Happy Hour, 11pm-1am.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

#ADULTING • 4-5PM

#Adulting

Six-week workshop series for

young adults (15-24).What

you’ll need to know to be a

successful adult. Week 1:

Resume writing. Attend at

least 3 classes to be able

to attend the “Adulting

Pizza Party.” Location:

Teen Study Room. Info:

(904) 630-0673.

4-5pm//Jacksonville

Main Library//303 N

Laura St//Free

Anti-Workshop: Writing

Practices for Teens

This is a class on the writing practice.

The goal is to teach the discipline that goes into

successful writing & art, & to spark a love for the

practice in addition to a love for the art itself. All

levels welcome. Location: Makerspace.

5-6pm//Jacksonville Main Library//303

N Laura St//Free

Trivia Night

First place: $20 cash, 2nd : 2 free drinks, 3rd: 1

free drink. $3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select

craft cocktails, half-off select wines & wells.

6-10pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay

St//Free

Open Mic Stand-Up Comedy

$3 Craft Beer specials.

9pm//Spliff’s Gastropub//15 Ocean St//

Free entry

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

Art League of Jacksonville

Observational Drawing Classes

Students will learn how to improvise by drawing

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from observation in a representational manner.

Sighting & measuring techniques. Emphasis on

learning to draw using different media. Ages 10+.

3-5pm//Balis Community Center//1513

LaSalle St//Rolling registration; $80 for 6

sessions, or $60 for 4 sessions

Reno Divorce

Live music: Punk Rock, Cowpunk. With N.W.

Izzard.

7pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$8, $10 DOS

WED/SEP 28

MURRAY HILL

Hispanic Heritage Month

Movie: “Spare Parts.” Location: Meeting Room.

6-8pm//Murray Hill Branch Library//918

Edgewood Ave S//Free

AVONDALE

Wino Wednesdays

With Goliath Flores. Free hookah with the

purchase of a bottle of discounted wines.

9pm-2am//The Casbah Café//3628 St

Johns Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

Art Fundamentals: Acrylic Painting

Introduction to painting. Learn composition for

landscape & still life, color theory & techniques

in acrylic. Supplies are not included. Ages 16+.

Registration required: (904) 355-0630.

1-4:30pm//Cummer Museum of Arts &

Gardens//829 Riverside Ave//Members

$170, Non-Members $190

Game Night

Game room & The Shadows Theater Open; $2

16oz PBR, $3 Fireball, wells/domestics.

2pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//No

cover

Trivia Night Live

Drink & think with friends from 8-10pm. Garage

Bucks for winning teams: 1st place $75, 2nd

place $30, 3rd place $20, 4th place $10. Free

to play.

3pm-3am//The Garage//2692 Post St//

Free entry

One Off Wednesday

A new, limited-release beer is tapped & available

for 1 day only in the tap room.

5pm//Intuition Ale Works//720 King St//

Free

Trivia Night

Two rounds of competition with the first at 8pm;

the second starts at 9pm. Assemble a team &

play 1 round or both. Free to play. Rogue bucks

to winning teams.

5pm-2am//The Rogue//King St//Free

entry

Running Club

Meet fellow joggers for a 5K or 10K, then take

$1 off all brews after your route.

7pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695 Post

St//Free

Blackjack

Double-down in the lounge. Win prizes, hone

your skills or learn to play. Your drink is your

buy-in.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Adult Coloring Program

Relax & recharge while expressing your creativity

with coloring books. Supplies are provided & all

are welcome. Location: Makerspace.

5:30-6:30pm//Jacksonville Main

Library//303 N Laura St//Free

Whiskey Wednesdays

Food & whiskey drink specials. Live music:

Spade McQuade.

6-9pm//Fionn MacCool’s Irish

Restaurant and Pub//2 Independent

Dr//Walk-ins welcome

Jacksonville Armada FC v FC Edmonton

For tickets & promotional offers call

1-844-2-ARMADA.

6:30//Baseball Grounds of

Jacksonville//301 A Philip Randolph

Blvd//Various

Old School Trivia

Gift cards for 1st & 2nd place finishers. 2-for-1

cocktails, bucket beer specials, lite brites from

4-8pm.

7-10pm//Downtown Cigar Lounge//11 N

Ocean St//Walk-ins welcome

Karaoke & Poker

Your choice, or participate in both.

7:30pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435

Bay St//Walk-ins welcome

Trivia Night

$4 Sweetwater Brewing Pints.

8pm//Spliff’s Gastropub//15 Ocean St//

Free entry

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

Pilot Batch Wednesday

Every Wednesday the crew at Aardwolf releases

a new pilot batch beer brewed in small batches.

5pm//Aardwolf Brewing Co.//1461

Hendricks Ave//Free

Wine Wednesdays

$20 All-You-Can-Drink select wines & hors

d’oeuvres. Wine & appetizer selections vary

weekly.

5-8pm//River City Brewing

Company//835 Museum Circle//Free

entry

Art League of Jacksonville Cartooning &

Illustration Classes

Students will learn about how to create

expressive figures & how to pose them from

different angles. Ages 11 & above.

6:30-8:30pm//Balis Community

Center//1513 LaSalle St//Rolling

registration; $80 for 6 sessions, or $60

for 4 sessions

Art League of Jacksonville Ceramics

Class

Students will learn about ceramics. Ages 11 &

above.

7pm//Balis Community Center//1513

LaSalle St//Rolling registration; $80 for 6

sessions, or $60 for 4 sessions

Black Uhuru

Live music: Reggae, Dub.

8pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$15, $20 DOS

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

Thirsty Thursday

$1 Yuengling drafts $ $1 glass of house LaTerre

wine.

11am-10pm//Al’s Pizza//1620 Margaret

St//Free

Taco Thursday

Taco Happy Hour means a free taco with every

drink purchased from 5-7pm. Taco menu

available until 10pm.

5pm-2am//The Rogue//927 King St//

Free entry

The Loft Thursdays

Indie-pop dance party. DJs Wes Reed, Josh

Kemp spin music videos. Kill the Keg: Free PBR

from 9:30-10:30pm.

8pm-2am//The Loft//925 King St//Free

to enter

RIVERSIDE

Thirsty Thursday

$10 all-you-can-drink wells/domestic drafts

from 10pm-1am. Shows with rotating casts

at 10:30pm & midnight; talent contest during

second show. Amateur male strip contest at

1am.

2pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//No

cover 21+

Happy Hour & Craft Cocktail Bar

$3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select craft

cocktails, half-off select wines & wells.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

Thursday is the New Friday

DJ Hollywood spins ‘90s Rock with a little Nu

Disco.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Board Game Night

Bring your own family friendly games or play

those provided. All ages. Location: Meeting

Room.

6-8pm//Willowbranch Branch

Library//2875 Park St//Free

Brewery Yoga

Yoga every Thursday; relax afterward in the tap

room.

6:30pm//Bold City Brewery//2670

Rosselle St #7//$5

Thursday Game Night

Cards Against Humanity, Charades, Exploding

Kittens, Pictionary, beer bingo, trivia. Win prizes

& beer cash.

7-10pm//Silver Cow//1506 King St//Free

Trivia Tonight

House cash to top 3 teams. Beer specials.

7:30-9:30pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695

Post St//Free

The Loft Thursdays

Indie-pop dance party. DJs Wes Reed, Josh

Kemp spin music videos. Kill the Keg: Free PBR

from 9:30-10:30pm. Register online or email

names to loftlist@gmail.com before 8pm the

night of the event.

8pm-2am//The Loft//925 King St//Free

to enter

BROOKLYN

Y-Fit Boot Camp

Join the new Winston Family YMCA for a free

Y-Fit boot camp for this outdoor class. Bring

water & be prepared to sweat.

11am-Noon//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//Free

Free Yoga

No experience necessary; mats provided.

5:30-6:30pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//Free

DOWNTOWN

Jacksonville’s “Top to Bottom” Walking

Tour

Hear stories of the River City from the Great

Fire to the First Hollywood while gazing atop

the tallest building in the city & exploring secret

underground tunnels beneath Downtown. Tour

includes a look at the Jacksonville Symphony.

10-11:45am//Jacksonville

Landing//2 Independent Dr (meet at

escalators)//$20

Jacksonville Home + Patio Show

Find fresh ideas for your home & outdoor

Wine Tasting

Discussion for all level of wine drinkers, plus $1

off all wine by the glass.

7pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695 Post

St//Free

Hospital Happy Hour

Medical field workers enjoy Happy Hour prices.

7-11pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695

Post St//Free

BROOKLYN

Free Yoga

No experience necessary; mats provided.

6-7pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside Ave//

Free

DOWNTOWN

Happy Hour & Craft Cocktail Bar

$3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select craft

cocktails, half-off select wines & wells. Wide

variety of drinks & food.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

THU/SEP 29

AVONDALE

Down & In

Deejay Comic spins, $2 Almaza, $3 Val Dieu

Blonde, $15 bottles of wine; 10% off for

checking in.

9pm-2am//The Casbah Café//3628 St

Johns Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Full Metal Jacket

(1987) Stanley Kubrick’s take on the Vietnam

War follows smart-aleck Private Davis (Matthew

Modine), quickly christened “Joker” by his foulmouthed

drill sergeant (R. Lee Ermey), & pudgy

Private Lawrence (Vincent D’Onofrio), nicknamed

“Gomer Pyle,” as they endure the rigors of basic

training. R. 118min.

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projects for 250+ experts in remodeling, kitchen,

bath, décor, flooring.

11am-9pm//Prime Osborn Convention

Center//1000 Water St//$11 Adults (13+),

$5 (children 6-12), $5 Seniors (60+) Thu

only, Veterans free

Ramona Quimby Presents A Weekly Live

Music Showcase

Happy Hour from 4-9pm. Musical performers

begin 6-9pm. Register for 10% off food item: bit.

ly/2c5Ku1L.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

Happy Hour & Craft Cocktail Bar

$3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select craft

cocktails, half-off select wines & wells.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

Trivia Night

Win a bar tab, some swag & some self-respect.

With DJ Brandon. Special guest DJ LA is known

to make an appearance.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

The Korman Mural Unveiling &

Reception

Unveiling in Children’s Department & reception in

courtyard. Location: Lovett Courtyard.

5-7pm//Jacksonville Main Library//303 N

Laura St//Free

Hemming Park Beer Garden

Paired with food trucks, local bands, Jaxson’s

Night Market & Jacksonville Jaguars Experience.

5-8pm//Hemming Park//135 W Duval

St//Free

Transformations: It Takes A Village

Annual Sulzbacher Center program that

celebrates individuals & families who overcame

the despair of homelessness to achieve selfsufficiency

to secure permanent homes. Hors

d’oeuvres, beverages, live music, silent auction,

dessert reception at 8pm. Info: bit.ly/1suwvYf.

5:30//Times-Union Center//300 Water

St//$50 general; $400 2 tickets & VIP

seating; $1,000 4 tickets & VIP seating;

with more levels

Thursday Night Ladies Night

Ladies 18+ drink free from 8-10pm; $2 Ladies

Drinks with $1 upgrades from 10-closing; Ladies

in groups of 5 or more receive free VIP & a bottle

of champagne. $10 all-you-can-drink drafts

for everyone else. Crown & Down Happy Hour

6-10pm. Free line-dancing lessons 7-10pm.

Doors 6pm//Maverick’s//2 Independent

Dr//Free entry

MOCA Draw & Drink

View Ethan Murrow’s Project Atrium drawing

“Plethora” & sketch your own work. Drinks & bar

bites available at Nola Moca.

6pm/MOCA Jacksonville//33 N Laura

St//$5 (ticket provides first drink & a

Sharpie marker used on Plethora)

Open-Mic Poetry

Followed by Comedy Hourglass at 9:30pm.

7pm//The Hourglass Pub//3435 Bay St//

Walk-ins welcome

The Elbow Social

DCL Thursday Takeover with “Smoke & Play.”

Old-school board games. Drink specials 5-8pm.

Specials for Downtown employees with valid

business card or ID badge (venue’s choice).

7-10pm//Downtown Cigar Lounge//11 N

Ocean St//Free

New Kingston

Live music: Reggae, Reggae Rock. With

SensaMotion. All ages.

Doors 7:30pm, Show 8pm//1904 Music

Hall//19 N Ocean//$12-$15

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

MOSH After Dark

Join the Planetarium as they guide adults through

a live multimedia performance that captures 75

years of progress in space science & beyond.

High-definition video, state-of-the-art projection

system, paired with lasers & concert sound. Ages

18+. Program: 6:30pm.

6-9pm//MOSH//1025 Museum Circle//GA

$10, MOSH members $8

Trivia Night

Live music: Jazz, Blues.

7pm//The Parlour//2000 San Marco

Blvd//Free

River Jam Sunset Cruise

Live music: Open-mic night headliner: Kalani

Rose. Board St. Johns River Taxi at Friendship

Park. Rain or shine. Advance purchase. No

coolers.

7:30-8pm//Friendship Fountain

Park//1015 Museum Circle//$20

Pride and Prejudice

All of the wit & romance of Jane Austen’s classic

1813 novel come to life in this adaptation.

7:30pm//Theater Jacksonville//2032 San

Marco Blvd//Various

FRI/SEP 30

MURRAY HILL

Banned Books & Censored Drinks

Discuss banned & challenged books while

sipping homemade drinks. Ages 13-18.

Location: Meeting Room.

3-4pm//Murray Hill Branch

Library//918 Edgewood Ave

S//Free

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where to laugh

“There were years when I was a beer and tequila guy, then I got

real fat. And then I found that you could actually go on a diet and

drink scotch. Then I got hooked on scotch, and if you get hooked on

scotch, then everything else just tastes wrong.”

RON “TATER SALAD” WHITE brings such musings and

wisdom back to Jacksonville with a new stand-up show. The “Blue

Collar Comedy” tour phenomenon, of which he was a charter

member, brought White to the forefront of comedy and made him a

worldwide star.

Three Grammy nominations, a Gold Record, two of the top rated

one-hour specials in Comedy Central history, a New York Times bestselling

author who also happens to have CD and DVD sales of more

than 10 million units.

Not a bad resume, huh?

No ‘coupins’ available for this show that is for mature audiences.

Ron White Live

Times Union Center for the Performing Arts, 300 Water St

Sat, Oct 1, 2016 / 7 pm

Tickets: $47.75 & $57.75

AVONDALE

Cabaret Belly Dancing

Traditional Middle Eastern

belly-dancing; 10% off for

checking in.

9pm-2am//The

Casbah Café//3628

St Johns Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Check listings//Sun-Ray

Cinema//1029 Park St//$9.50

adults, $5.50 children, $8 students/

military

RIVERSIDE

All-U-Can-Drink & Eat

NO MORE HOMELESS PETS • 10AM-6PM • SEP 30-OCT 2 •

All-you-can-eat charcuterie, fromage & hors

d’oeuvrs. All-you-can-drink craft beer on tap.

Wine by the glass.

5-7pm//Silver Cow//1506 King St//$25

Josh Kemp

Music: DJ spins the 80s, 90s & current hits.

8pm-2am//The Loft//925 King St//Free

to enter

Flesh Friday

$3 SKKY Vodka & Flavors, $4 Fireball Shots

(10pm-2am); DJ Timmy; Shows (10:30pm &

midnight) hosted by Dee Ranged; AJ Neaher/

Stephen Choate live at 9:30pm.

Happy Hour 2-10pm//The Metro

Entertainment Complex//859 Willow

Branch Ave//No cover 21+ before 9pm

(except for special events)

BROOKLYN

Complicated Animals

Live music: Indie Pop, Brazilian

Bossa Nova.

7-10pm//Unity

Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//Free

DOWNTOWN

No More Homeless

Pets

Adopt a dog or cat and

you’ll have a friend for life

& save a life.

10am-6pm//

Jacksonville

Fairgrounds//510

Fairgrounds Pl//Free

Jacksonville Home + Patio Show

Find fresh ideas for your home & outdoor

projects for 250+ experts in remodeling, kitchen,

bath, décor, flooring.

11am-9pm//Prime Osborn Convention

Center//1000 Water St//$11 Adults (13+),

$5 (children 6-12), $5 Seniors (60+) Thurs

only, Veterans free

Frontline Families

An AmeriCorps program implemented by Points

of Light, to engage veterans, service members

& their families to lead volunteer efforts that will

address pressing issues within the community.

Eight-week training in project management,

fundraising, volunteer recruitment & evaluation.

Apply: bit.ly/1MTMlX7.

3:30pm//Jessie Ball DuPont Center//40

E Adams St//Free

Magic Class

Learn to perform tricks that will wow family &

friends. Michael Chrosniak of Crossroad Magic.

4-5pm//Hemming Park//135 W Duval

St//Free

Happy Hour & Craft Cocktail Bar

$3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select craft

cocktails, half-off select wines & wells.

4-9pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

THE Friday Night Party

Various DJs spin a danceable mix of indie,

throwback rock & fun jams. Specials vary.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Mad Cowford Improv Comedy

Laughs begin at 7:30pm; Bay Street Jam

Sessions at 9:30pm. Ladies Night; ladies drink

$1 wine from 7-10pm.

4pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435

Bay St//Walk-ins welcome

I The Mighty

Live music: Progressive Rock, Indie Rock,

Post-Hardcore, Alternative Rock. With Dayshell /

Artifex Pereo / Picturesque. All ages.

Doors 6pm, Show 7pm//1904 Music

Hall//19 N Ocean//$13-$15

Friday Night Live Festival

Family friendly event uniting cultures through

music, arts & community with a music

competition, live art display, silent auction.

Auction to benefit Yoga 4 Change, a non-profit

that uses teachings & practices of yoga to

transform the lives of veterans, incarcerated

individuals, youth & those who suffer from

substance abuse. Donations: marketing@

madfab-media.com.

7-10pm//Hemming Park//135 W Duval

St//Free

Eric Roberson

Live music: Rhythm & Blues, Neo Soul.

Doors 7pm, Show 8-11:30pm//

Maverick’s//2 Independent Dr//$30,

VIP $50

Jonny Lang

Live music: Blues, Gospel, Rock singer.

8pm//Florida Theatre//128 E Forsyth

St//$37.50-$50

Jacksonville Symphony Presents:

Rachmaninoff & the Rite

Almost no musical work has had such

a powerful influence or evokes as much

controversy as Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring.”

8pm//Times-Union Center//300 Water

St//$27-$77

Jimmy Solari

Live music: Rock, Folk, Reggae, Gospel, Jazz,

Funk.

8pm//Fionn MacCool’s Irish Restaurant

and Pub//2 Independent Dr//Walk-ins

welcome

Chillula Band

Live music on the Coca-Cola Riverfront Stage.

8pm-1am//Jacksonville Landing//2

Independent Dr//Free

VICE Fridays

Vegas-style experience. DJ’s, entertainers &

dancers. Strict dress code.

8pm-2am//Myth NightClub & Bar//333

E Bay St//Free entry before 11pm,

General $5

Friday Night Groove

Old school, Neo Soul, R&B, Hip Hop with

cocktails, champagne, wine, cigar, champagne

pairing & hookah. Dress: Grown & sexy.

9pm-2am//Downtown Cigar Lounge

Jax//11 N Ocean St//Free entry

Hourglass after Dark Presents…

Late night variety show.

9:30pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435


Bay St//Walk-ins welcome

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

$5 Fridays

Reduced admission & 3 extra hours to explore.

10am-8pm//MOSH//1025 Museum

Circle//$5

River Jam Sunset Cruise

Live music. Board St. Johns River Taxi at

Friendship Park rain or shine. Advance

purchase. No coolers.

7:30-8pm//Friendship Fountain

Park//1015 Museum Circle//$20

Pride and Prejudice

All of the wit & romance of Jane Austen’s classic

1813 novel come to life in this adaptation.

7:30pm//Theater Jacksonville//2032 San

Marco Blvd//Various

Destroyer (solo)

Live music: Indie Rock, Neofolk, Rock, Folk.

With Zachary Cale.

8pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$12

SAT/OCT 1

MURRAY HILL

Stryper: TO Hell With the Devil 30th

Anniversary Tour

Live music: Christian Metal, Glam

Metal, Heavy Metal, Hard Rock.

Doors 7pm, Show

8pm//Murray Hill

Theatre//932

Edgewood Ave

S//$30-$35

AVONDALE

Cabaret Belly

Dancing

Traditional Middle Eastern

belly-dancing; 10% off for

checking in.

9pm-2am//The Casbah

Café//3628 St Johns Ave//

Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Barry Lyndon

See listing Sept 27.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

RAM Morning Yoga

Yoga with Indie Bollman.

9-10am//Riverside Art Market River

Stage//Under the Fuller Warren Bridge//

Free

Riverside Arts Market

Arts & crafts, fresh vegetables & produce, food

vendors & entertainment.

10am-4pm//Riverside Art Market//

Under the Fuller Warren Bridge//Free

Envirofest

Family friendly event centered on raising

environmental awareness through arts,

education & music. Kids can participate in book

readings, recycled art projects & tours. Info:

(904) 899-6038.

10am-4pm//Cummer Museum//829

Riverside Ave//Free

Weaver First Saturday Free For All

Art-making activities for all ages in the Cummer

Gardens, live

10am-4pm//Cummer Museum//829

Riverside Ave//Free

Riverside Speaker Series: Susan Miller

of Bold City Brewery

Locals discuss their projects. Refreshments

provided by local coffee shops. Location:

Meeting Room.

11am-Noon//Willowbranch Branch

Library//2875 Park St//Free

Banned Books Virtual Read Out

Celebrate banned books on video. Record

yourself reading a passage from your favorite

banned book or talk about what banned books

mean to you. Location: Meeting Room.

2-4pm//Willowbranch Branch

Library//2875 Park St//Free

Saturday Groove

JACKSONVILLE HOME & PATIO SHOW • 10AM-9PM

Happy Hour 2-8pm. Shows at 9:30 & 11pm

& 12:30am with a rotating cast. AJ Neaher /

Stephen Choate live at 9:30pm. Disco, game

room, Rainbow Room, The Shadows Theater,

tiki/patio open. Session 10pm-2:30am.

2pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//

No cover 21+ before 9pm (except for

special events)

Bold Brews & Grooves

Live music: Brett Foster Band.

7pm//Bold City Brewery//2670 Rosselle

St #7//Walk-ins welcome

DJ Wes Reed

Music: DJ spins party anthems.

8pm-2am//The Loft//925 King St//Free

to enter

DOWNTOWN

The Jacksonville Kid’s Mural Festival

Jacksonville’s Kid’s Murals. Water activities.

10am-2pm//Jacksonville Landing//2

Independent Dr//Free

No More Homeless Pets

Adopt a dog or cat & you’ll have a friend for life

& save a life.

10am-6pm//Jacksonville

Fairgrounds//510 Fairgrounds Pl//Free

Jacksonville Home + Patio Show

Find fresh ideas for your home

& outdoor projects for 250+

experts in remodeling, kitchen,

bath, décor, flooring.

10am-9pm//Prime

Osborn Convention

Center//1000 Water

St//$11 Adults (13+),

$5 (children 6-12), $5

Seniors (60+) Thurs

only, Veterans free

Museums On Us

Free general admission on

the first weekend of the month

to all Bank of American or Merrill

Lynch cardholders.

11am/MOCA Jacksonville//33 N

Laura St//Free

What’s A Cyanotype?

Cyanotypes on view in “Retro-spective: Analog

Photography in a Digital World” Experience

the process with an in-depth demonstration.

Participants may bring botanical specimens

or thin opaque objects. Registration: bit.

ly/2cRzSYo.

2pm/MOCA Jacksonville//33 N Laura

St//$10 per person

Paint Nite

Theme: Green Goddess. Grab some friends &

paint. Arrive 30 minutes early to secure seats

together & enjoy your dinner. Not a BYOB event.

6-8pm//Downtown Cigar Lounge//11 N

Ocean St//$45

DJ NICKFresh

Digital mixology at its finest. Specials vary.

6pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Tiger Army

Live music: Psychobility, Punk Rock, Post-Punk,

Horror Punk. With Creeper. All ages.

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm//1904 Music

Hall//19 N Ocean//$20-$25

Ron White Live

The original cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking

funnyman from Blue Collar Comedy.

7pm//Times-Union Center//300 Water

St//$47.75-$57.75

Jacksonville Symphony Presents:

Rachmaninoff & the Rite

Almost no musical work has had such

a powerful influence or evokes as much

controversy as Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring.”

8pm//Times-Union Center//300 Water

St//$27-$77

DCL VIBE Saturday Night

Sounds by Brooklyn Mike. Cigars, cocktails,

hookah.

9pm//Downtown Cigar Lounge Jax//11

N Ocean St//Free entry

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

St. Johns River Taxi: Jacksonville Zoo

Cruise Tours

Take a 45-minute guided cruise to the zoo &

spend the day enjoying animals from around

the world. Return at 3:45pm for 4:30pm arrival.

Reservations required. Tickets include zoo

admission.

10am//Friendship Fountain Park//1015

Museum Circle//$40 adult, $30 youth 12

& under

Art League of Jacksonville Cartooning &

Illustration Classes

Students will learn about how to create

expressive figures & how to pose them from

different angles. Ages 11 & above.

Noon//Balis Community Center//1513

LaSalle St//Rolling registration; $80 for 6

sessions, or $60 for 4 sessions

River Jam Sunset Cruise

Live music. Board St. Johns River Taxi at

Friendship Park rain or shine. Advance

purchase. No coolers.

7:30-8pm//Friendship Fountain

Park//1015 Museum Circle//$20

Pride and Prejudice

All of the wit & romance of Jane Austen’s classic

1813 novel come to life in this adaptation.

7:30pm//Theater Jacksonville//2032 San

Marco Blvd//Various

Deadaires

Live music: Dance. Electronic. With Liquid Limbs

/ Birthday Pony / Bitemarks.

8pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$5

SUN/OCT 2

MURRAY HILL

For Today

Live music: Christian Metal, Alternative Metal,

Heavy Metal, Metalcore, Melodic Metalcore,

Deathcore. With Gideon, Wage War, Rival Choir.

Doors 6pm, Show 6:30pm//Murray Hill

Theatre//932 Edgewood Ave S//$18-$20

AVONDALE

Service Industry Sundays

Live music: Vonn Barlow Trio.

9pm//The Casbah Café//3628 St Johns

Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Full Metal Jacket

See listing Sept 29.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

Practice World Peace

Yoga led by Brenda Star Walker for all ages &

abilities. Bring a blanket.

11am-Noon//Memorial Park//1520

Riverside Ave//Free

Sunday Funday

Early opening with great eats & drinks.

11am-2am//The Rogue//927 King St//

Free entry

Museums On Us

Free general admission to all Bank of American

or Merrill Lynch cardholders. Photo ID required.

10am-4pm//Cummer Museum//829

Riverside Ave//Free

Sunday Funday

Bottomless Mimosas & Beermosas for $10. $5

Creole French Toast & Happy Hour all day.

Noon-6pm//Silver Cow//1506 King St//

Free entry

Service Industry Night

If you are in the industry, get a free shot of Four

Roses Whiskey & 5 rings for ring toss, each with

a chance to win more shots.

5pm-2am//The Rogue//927 King St//

Free entry

Ping-Pong Tournament

Show off your skills & win house cash.

7pm//Dahlia’s Pour House//2695 Post

St//Free

Karaoke

With Rob Session; Game Room & The Shadows

Theater open.

10pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//No

cover

SEPTEMBER 21-OCTOBER 4, 2016

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DOWNTOWN

No More Homeless Pets

Adopt a dog or cat & you’ll have a friend for life

& save a life.

10am-6pm//Jacksonville

Fairgrounds//510 Fairgrounds Pl//Free

Jacksonville Home + Patio Show

Find fresh ideas for your home & outdoor

projects for 250+ experts in remodeling, kitchen,

bath, décor, flooring.

10am-6pm//Prime Osborn Convention

Center//1000 Water St//$11 Adults

(13+), $5 (children 6-12), $5 Seniors (60+)

Thurs only, Veterans free

ArtFusion with MOCA Jacksonville

Led by professional art educators, the program

provides a creative, inspiring environment

for children to worth with parents or adult

caregivers. Hands-on projects inspired by

works in MOCA’s exhibitions or its permanent

collection.

Noon-3pm//Hemming Park//135 W

Duval St//Free

Jacksonville Symphony Presents:

Rachmaninoff & the Rite

Almost no musical work has had such

a powerful influence or evokes as much

controversy as Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring.”

3pm//Times-Union Center//300 Water

St//$27-$77

The Great Unwind Hangout

Prepare for Monday with $4 bomb

shots, $3 drafts.

6pm-2am//Dos

Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Sunday Night

Football: You

Pick’em, We Pour

‘em

Watch the game on a

15-ft HD big screen. Buy

your first beer to enter the

tournament & choose your

team. Winning team gets

a free beer on the house at

every quarter. Special food menu.

Register to receive 10% off first food

item: bit.ly/2bEgqNy.

7pm//Myth NightClub & Bar//333 E Bay

St//Free

Y-FIT BOOT CAMP • 11AM-NOON

Southern Fried Sunday

Potluck Supper (no charge, just bring something

to share), laid back karaoke with royal karaoke &

discounts for service industry workers.

8pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435

Bay St//Free

FACT: Your Monday Mornings Will Never

be the Same

Terrace party. Whether you are a full-on dance

floor demon or a novice, drop by after the

Jaguars’ game. Ages 19+.

9pm-2am//Myth NightClub & Bar//333 E

Bay St//Free- $5

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

Pride and Prejudice

All of the wit & romance of Jane Austen’s classic

1813 novel come to life in this adaptation.

7:30pm//Theater Jacksonville//2032 San

Marco Blvd//Various

Sunday Fun-Day

Live music. Limited dining menu until 7pm; full

until 8pm. Rain or shine.

4-8pm//River City Brewing

Company//835 Museum Circle//Free

River Jam Sunset Cruise

Live music. Board St. Johns River Taxi at

Friendship Park rain or shine. Advance

purchase. No coolers.

7:30-8pm//Friendship Fountain

Park//1015 Museum Circle//$20

MON/OCT 3

MURRAY HILL

Running Club

Fun 5K around historic Avondale. All levels

welcomed to run, jog or walk. Goal is to get

out, meet new people & be active. Arrive 30

min early.

7pm//Magnolia’s Pub//1190 Edgewood

Ave S//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children, $8

students/military

RIVERSIDE

Pour Club Double Points Night

Pour Club members earn double

points for every beer purchased

until closing.

7pm-2am//Dahlia’s

Pour House//2695 Post

St//Free

Karaoke

With Rob Session; Game

Room & The Shadows

Theater open.

10pm-2am//The

Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow

Branch Ave//No cover

BROOKLYN

Y-Fit Boot Camp

Join the new Winston Family YMCA for a free

Y-Fit boot camp for this outdoor class. Bring

water & be prepared to sweat.

11am-Noon//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//Free

Jax Innovation Nights

Provides local entrepreneurs, innovators &

emerging leaders with weekly education &

mentorship to accelerate the local innovation &

startup community.

6-9pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside Ave//

Free

Maju Biz: Networking With A Twist

Interactive networking event focuses on

connecting participants in deep, meaningful

ways. Go beyond the business card & really get

to know each other.

6:30-8:30pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//$10 (includes 1 glass of wine)

DOWNTOWN

Rock ‘n’ Roll Karaoke

Be a rock star, or just point & laugh at 9pm.

With DJ Randall.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Monday Night Funk Jam

$2 drafts & $5 Mac-N-Chz.

9pm//Spliff’s Gastropub//15 Ocean St//

Free entry

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

Art League of Jacksonville Ceramics

Class

Learn to build ceramic sculptures & handbuilding

with techniques in form & texture. Ages

11 & above. $40 materials fee.

6-8pm//Balis Community Center//1513

LaSalle St//Rolling registration; $80 for 6

sessions, or $60 for 4 sessions

TUE/OCT 4

MURRAY HILL

Military Tuesday

Active duty military members receive first drink

(up to $10) on the house with a meal purchase.

3-11pm//Magnolia’s Pub//1190

Edgewood Ave S//Free

AVONDALE

Tuesday Boozeday – Ladies Night

Happy Hour prices & champagne specials all

night for the ladies.

9pm-2am//The Casbah Café//3628 St

Johns Ave//Free

FIVE POINTS

SUN-RAY CINEMA

The Magnificent Seven

See listing Sept 23.

Eyes Wide Shut

(1999) After Dr. Bill Hartford’s (Tom Cruise) wife,

Alice (Nicole Kidman), admits to having a sexual

fantasies about a man she met, Bill becomes

obsessed with having a sexual encounter. He

discovers an underground sexual group &

attends one of their meetings. R 195min.

Check listings//Sun-Ray Cinema//1029

Park St//$9.50 adults, $5.50 children,

$8 students/military

RIVERSIDE

Trivia Night Live

Drink & think with friends from 8-10pm. Garage

Bucks for winning teams: 1st place $75, 2nd

place $30, 3rd place $20, 4th place $10.

3pm-3am//The Garage//2692 Post St//

Free entry

Florida Blue Free Tuesdays

Free admission to the galleries & gardens.

4-9pm//Cummer Museum of Arts &

Gardens//829 Riverside Ave//Free

Tapas Tuesday

At the Cummer Café. Reservations: (904)

899-6022.

5-7:30pm//Cummer Museum of Arts &

Gardens//829 Riverside Ave//Free

Blackjack on the Rocks

Get lucky every Tuesday at the Blackjack table

@ 10pm.

5pm-2am//The Rogue//927 King St//

Free entry

Karaoke

With Tim; Game Room & The Shadows Theater

open.

10pm-2am//The Metro Entertainment

Complex//859 Willow Branch Ave//No

cover

BROOKLYN

Free Yoga

No experience necessary; mats provided.

5:30-6:30pm//Unity Plaza//220 Riverside

Ave//Free

DOWNTOWN

Jacksonville’s “Top to Bottom” Walking

Tour

Hear stories of the River City from the Great

Fire to the First Hollywood while gazing atop

the tallest building in the city & exploring secret

underground tunnels beneath Downtown. Tour

includes a look at the Florida Theatre.

10-11:45am//Jacksonville

Landing//2 Independent Dr (meet at

escalators)//$20

Toddler Tuesday

Art activities, playtime, story time, games

& outdoor activities in the Kids Zone every

Tuesday. All ages welcome.

11am//Hemming Park//135 W Duval

St//Free

Game Night

Free poker, pool & arcade beginning at 7pm.

4pm-2am//The Hourglass Pub//3435

Bay St//Walk-ins welcome

Trivia Night

With DJ Scott Young. Win a bar tab & some

swag. Late Night Happy Hour, 11pm-1am.

4pm-2am//Dos Gatos//119 E Forsyth

St//Walk-ins welcome

Trivia Night

First place: $20 cash, 2nd : 2 free drinks, 3rd: 1

free drink. $3 domestics, $4 martinis, $5 select

craft cocktails, half-off select wines & wells.

6-10pm//Element Bistro//333 E Bay St//

Free

SAN MARCO/SOUTHBANK

Art League of Jacksonville

Observational Drawing Classes

Students will learn how to improvise by drawing

from observation in a representational manner.

Sighting & measuring techniques. Emphasis on

learning to draw using different media. Ages 10+

3-5pm//Balis Community Center//1513

LaSalle St//Rolling registration; $80 for 6

sessions, or $60 for 4 sessions

Jody Seabody

Live music: Rock. With The Whirls.

7pm//Jack Rabbits//1528 Hendricks

Ave//$8, $10 DOS

Open Mic Stand-Up Comedy

$3 Craft Beer Specials.

9pm//Spliff’s Gastropub//15 Ocean St//

Free entry

JTA RIVERSIDE

AVONDALE TROLLEY

The Trolley allows unlimited on/off privileges

as it carries folks between entertainment

districts of Avondale, Riverside & Five Points.

Tickets available through JTA app & at Bold

City Brewery.

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SEPTEMBER 21-OCTOBER 4, 2016

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