As one installment of the FL trip recap…
We got to meet up with one of my oldest friends, Shaara Pajcic, while we were home. We stopped in the Palm Valley Fish Camp for an unreal late lunch, some wine, and a view of the Intracoastal waterway. Not too shabby.
It’s also a real fish market. Stop in and grab some slabs of fish for dinner…
They had a nasty good wine list. Shaara and I tore through a bottle of Third Wife chardonnay… the last bottle they had in stock. It was delicious…
The food was also incredible, which was to be expected from the owners of Marker 32 restaurant also in Jacksonville.
I had a pan-fried fish sandwich with Old Bay fries and turnip slaw, Shaara had a shrimp roll, and Rob cleared the shrimp and avocado sandwich off his plate before I’d even sealed the deal with my fries.
Most of all, I loved the interior. So sunny and crisp, cool light fixtures, and drop-dead views. A friend who saw my photos said, “It looks so… easy. Like you’re at somebody’s house!” And when you’re just looking to spend an hour or two laughing with old friends, their incredibly kind and helpful staff, approachable food, and deliriously beautiful sunlit dining room make for the perfect venue.
The Palm Valley Fish Camp is located at 229 North Roscoe Blvd, Palm Valley, FL. (904.285.3200)