Posts Tagged ‘Fernandina Beach’

David’s Opening on Amelia Island

October 7th, 2012 by Deborah Gold

We are pleased to announce that steps from The Hoyt House is our new venture David’ Restaurant & Lounge on November 2, 2012. We are so excited to bring New York quality, customer service and upscale atmosphere to Amelia Island. A true labor of love David’s Restaurant features a private wine room that accommodates up to 14 guests. Also offering a private Chef Table experience.  Mahogany woods, tile floor, and a copper coffered ceiling makes for a once in a lifetime dining experience. Our main dining room is a unique flavor of  old world and a contemporary relaxed atmosphere. Live Music on the weekends in our comfortable lounge and an impressive wine selection all for your dining pleasure.

For a larger gathering our banquet room holds up to 60 guests for that special event steps from The Hoyt House. Only a 1/2 block away, enjoy your ceremony in our luscious gardens and reception at David’s. Rehearsal dinners or corporate meetings are also welcomed.

From a Brisket Burger to Prime Rib Eyes and Hanger Steaks we can satisfy any appetite. Seafood offerings of English Channel Dover Sole, Fresh Maine Lobster and Poached Salmon are only a few of the many seafood entrees available. Click  & MENU 2 and see for yourself the mouthwatering menu compliments of our executive Chef Robert Camp. His culinary style of elegant presentations with southern flair using the best of the best ingredients makes dining at David’s a unique intimate dining experience.

Our Prix Fixe menu is available seven days a week from 5-6:30pm offering a three course special menu for only 35.00 per person. Open only for a evening the lounge opens at 4pm with a unique bar menu and martini selection. Call 904-310-6049 to make a reservation which is highly recommended.  Attire:  Sophisticated casual in our dining room. Long pants for gentlemen. Casual seating is available in David’s Lounge. For banquets ask for Blane, and he will help you create your special event. The Hoyt House does offer to our overnight guests special dining privileges at David’s. Call the Hoyt House at 904-277-4300 and ask for Myrta for more information. www.AmeliaIslandDavids.com

Sunsational Summer Bonus

May 20th, 2012 by Deborah Gold

Sunsational Summer Bonus

Nothing says summer better then a cold beer or iced Margarita.  Book two nights or more and receive a 25.00 voucher for The Hoyt House Amelia Lounge & Bar.  Good for any libation you may be in the mood for, served at the bar or poolside. Enjoy all that the Hoyt House has to offer like complimentary bikes, and beach gear, heated pool & spa and don’t forget about our Gourmet Breakfast made to order. We want to see you this summer if nothing else just  to relax. Let the summer party begin at The Hoyt House Bed & Breakfast! This offer can not be combined with any other offer or special. This voucher can not be credited toward room balance and can not be redeemed as cash. Must be applied at time of booking.  Use the code SUMMER when booking on line. Limited time.

Christmas on Amelia Island

December 10th, 2011 by Deborah Gold

Christmas on Amelia Island is full of warm hospitality and gracious living. Most of the island and including the National Historic District is decorated in Holiday spirit. Take a carriage ride through the area and see some amazing 19th century mansions dressed in its glory. Dining on the island could not be better with some incredible chefs working overtime to make this holiday so very special. The Ritz Carlton had a huge private ship made out of gingerbread. A must see if you come the the Island.  Sit on our porch swing and enjoy some warm apple cider and Egg Nog at The Hoyt House. Happy Holidays and a Healthy New Year to All!

 

Hoyt House Mango Martini

July 21st, 2011 by Deborah Gold

Hoyt House is serving up a Mango Martini in the Amelia Lounge. Absolut Mango Vodka, orange juice, white peach puree and a splash of Champagne. Amazing. Come home to Amelia Island where a small historic village will transcend time when life was slower and you did stop to smell the flowers and breathe the salty air of this tranquil seaport. The Hoyt House located in the Historic District is just steps aways from restaurants, shopping, fine dining and dancing. Park your car and leave it in our parking lot and use our complimentary bicycles to get around town. Bike to the beach and enjoy Sandy Bottoms. A great place to hang out on the beach and enjoy lunch and a cocktail. What ever you do stop in the Amelia Lounge and enjoy a Mango Martini.

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