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Posted November 30, 2017 03:37 pm
Gator's Dockside has four restaurants in Northeast Florida in Murabella, Julington Creek, Baymeadows and Oakleaf. In spring 2018 a new location will open in Yulee.
What started as one neighborhood eatery 26 years ago has grown to more than 25 Gator’s Dockside restaurants, with four locations right here on the First Coast. Northeast Florida patrons looking to enjoy American classics in an inviting, family-friendly atmosphere can visit the restaurant in Murabella, Julington Creek, Baymeadows, Oakleaf, and, in spring 2018, a new location in Yulee.
Gator’s Dockside’s famous grilled wings, available in 15 unique flavors, are just a taste of what the extensive menu has to offer. From homemade chili, fall-off-the-bone baby back ribs and hand-pattied burgers to fresh salads, decadent desserts and handcrafted cocktails, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Beyond the plate, Gator’s Dockside is committed to supporting and giving back to its patrons and the community. The restaurant has worked with many charities, including American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity, Toys for Tots, Wounded Warriors, Special Olympics, and many more. It also supports local school fundraisers and sports teams in greater Jacksonville and has donated more than $500,000.00 back to the community.
From little league to the big leagues, Gator’s Dockside is the place for fans. With big-screen TVs located throughout the restaurants and specials served every Sunday, there’s no better place to watch your favorite team win. During the week, all Northeast Florida locations offer a variety of specials, including Kid’s Night where children eat free with purchase of one adult meal on Tuesday evenings. To see a full menu and list of weekly specials by location visit gatorsdockside.com.
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