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You’ll find a few different restaurants and bars at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, so no matter what you're craving, you should be able to find something that fits the bill. It might be at Salt, where fresh ingredients from land and sea are paired with a huge variety of salts from all over the globe and an excellent wine list. The elegant and comfortable dining room with water views is open for dinner every night except for most Mondays. Café 4750 serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and focuses on regional dishes made with seasonal and local ingredients. Lunch there might include a Florida tomato salad drizzled with a key lime dressing, followed by a pot of fresh mussels, while dinner features local catch, homemade pasta and farm-fresh meats. The restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor seating and has a casual atmosphere. For something even more laid-back, head to Eight Burger Bar & Sports Lounge for a variety of sliders (crab, pork, prime rib and more), the bar’s homemade potato chips and a local brew. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s Lobby Lounge has a small menu of nibbles such as shrimp cocktail and pizza, as well as a sushi menu on Saturday nights. Finally, Ocean Bar & Grill is open seasonally and is a good place for tacos and margaritas on the beach.