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As you might expect given its name, the interior design at Azurea is awash in vibrant shades of blue, turquoise, green and cream, creating a fun, contemporary setting that perfectly reflects its seaside locale. The entrance to the restaurant is notably impressive, a sort of long tunnel with a series of blue illuminated curved archways decorated with hanging rock sculptures. The entrance looks directly upon an azure blue glass etched wall, in front of which you’ll find a silver mobile that recalls a school of fish swimming in the sea. Once inside the restaurant, you’ll find a bright space with a wall of windows overlooking the Atlantic Beach sand dunes and surf while walls are painted an appropriately pulsing shade of blue. To the right of the entrance, you’ll find the bar and lounge area, filled with cozy red and green arm chairs and low, dark wood tables where you can enjoy a cocktail or two. On the other side, past the hostess stand is the main dining area at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended restaurant, also painted azure blue with white trim. Circular booths swathed in vermilion leaf-patterned fabric line the walls, offering you a more private dining area if you don’t want to eat at one of the square wooden tables dotted throughout the room. Flat cylindrical white light fixtures meanwhile hang overhead while light wood provides a clean look for the floor. At Azurea, you’ll find an inviting setting that sings of the sea while still providing all the comforts of sophisticated living.