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  • 1.Old Mill Tavern

    10465 W Yulee Dr


    0.53 miMenu$$

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By: Stephanie M.
Suncoast Bar & Grill
They are currently doing improvements to the interior, looking better everytime we come! Best gyros around! Great blues music n also have live blues music on some nights. This is my daughter and I favorite restaurant, never disappointed in any of the food we have gotten!
By: nancyinc
Emily's Family Restaurant
Ordered a muffin, it was store bought, wrapped in presentation plastic; the kind you see at the gas station mini mart.Ordered a waffle with fruit. Waffle was hot,but fruit was barely defrosted from the grocery store freezer; took only seconds for the waffle to become cold. Ordered sausage links. Straight out of the freezer at the local grocery store. Expected "real" food, not a grocery store sampling.
By: Kerry B.
A huge selection of beer, and Cara is very knowledgeable concerning all of the beers on tap. The food is amazing with extremely generous portions.
By: Tara D.
Emily's Family Restaurant
I live by it. its shut down and boarded up.
By: katy.apicello
Emily's Family Restaurant
Emilys is our favorite place to go in Sunday for breakfast. Great food at a great price!
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By: pedro
The garlic Parmesan are my favorites however they have a variety of home made sauces that are out of this world. Thanks for the service.
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By: waterbabe46
Jake's Bar & Grill
i was there last year and had a great time.i want to come back soon. i need to find out the name and number of the cabins out back so i can stay a week.
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