in Jacksonville, FL
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Alhambra Dinner Theatre
12000 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32246 Directions
Dine on gourmet food by a popular local chef and enjoy a professionally produced play on a romantic date at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre. The institution has the distinction of being the oldest continually operating dinner theater in the United States.
The Alhambra Dinner Theatre is the oldest continually operating dinner theater in the United States.
During the '70s, the theater hired big names as headliners to bring audiences in. Dawn Wells of the TV show "Gilligan's Island" was the headliner of Alhambra's first performance, "Barefoot in the Park." Other performances featured appearances by soap opera actors, TV game show hosts and Playboy models.
In the '80s, big names became harder to hire because of competition from endorsements and commercials that paid more money in less time, as opposed to a theater run where actors would be required to travel or relocate. The productions starred fewer well-known actors, but all were seasoned theater performers. All performers at Alhambra Dinner Theatre are part of the Actors' Equity Association.
The theater offers patrons a full bar and dinners from a popular local restaurateur, Matthew Medure. Medure plans a new menu for each show. The bar seats 75 and the stage can be viewed by over 400 dinner guests. Renovations are taking place to give Alhambra new appeal to a past tradition.
1440 San Marco Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32207 Directions
Get swept up in the romantic atmosphere of Bistro Aix, a hip restaurant in the historic San Marcos area of Jacksonville. This great experiment infuses freshly grown ingredients with exotic flavors. And the mixologists are the ultimate professionals.
Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
829 Riverside Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32204 Directions
Enjoy the preserved beauty of a stately home that has now been transformed into the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. The original collection of the former residents has expanded from 60 pieces to more than 5,500 European and American works of art dating from 2100 BC to the present.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens opened in 1961 on the grounds of the former residence of Arthur and Ninah Cummer. The museum started with a small collection of just sixty pieces. Almost 50 years after opening, the museum now houses over 5,500 European and American works of art dating from 2100 BC to the 21st century.
The museum and gardens are visited by more than 95,000 guests annually and is registered as a National Historic Place. The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is home to Art Connections, a nationally known learning center that educates 50,000 students each year and offers hands-on art experiences for museum visitors.
Kelly Seahorse Ranch
8148 1st Coast Hwy
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 Directions
You don't want to skip this one. Kelly Seahorse Ranch will take you on a short trail ride from the ranch taking you directly out to ride miles of beach along the park's pristine Atlantic shore on Amelia Island.
Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts
300 W Water St
Jacksonville, FL 32202 Directions
The Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts is a center for professional and community artistry in downtown Jacksonville. A cornerstone of the downtown area, this beautiful three-venue facility is committed to supporting a wide range of entertainment experiences at the highest level of professionalism.
Yes You Canvas! Jacksonville
2777-32 University Blvd W
Jacksonville, FL 32217 Directions
Yes You Canvas! is perfect for Date Night, Girls' Night Out, or simply relief from everyday stress. They provide the canvas, easel, paint, brushes, smocks—everything you'll need, adults can bring wine and snacks...