What restaurants at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island are best for families with children?

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You’ll have many dining options at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, and nearly all of them are good for dining with children with the exception of Salt, the fine dining eatery that’s definitely geared towards adults and teenagers. Your best bet is going to be Ocean Bar & Grill, since it’s located right next to the pool and the kids' playground, and it offers a selection of kid- (and parent-) friendly bites like glazed chicken tenders with blue cheese and celery, a three-cheese quesadilla and beef tacos, plus fruity virgin Daiquiris. The ambiance here is definitely the most laid-back of all of the hotel eateries, though if you still want to sit outside but want a slightly more refined ambiance, Café 4750’s the place to be, since it also offers a children’s menu along with its sandwich and pizza selections. If you’d rather eat indoors or if you’ve got tweens in tow at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel, head to Eight, the hotel’s hybrid sports bar-burger joint. The menu includes bar-food favorites like fries and nachos in addition to its extensive slider offerings and customizable burgers. Plus you’ll find a pool table and board games like Scrabble for some entertainment as you’re waiting for your meal to arrive.

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