Nestled in the Sawgrass Village of Ponte Vedra Beach, Nona Blue makes a great spot for date night, or even a night out with the girls. They offer the warmth of a neighborhood hang with the polish of your favorite restaurant. It’s the best of both worlds combined into a place you can call your own.
Nona Blue offers a relaxed modern tavern atmosphere that’s more upscale than a traditional bar, but more relaxed than a fancy restaurant. Perfect for date night or special occasions, you’ll feel comfortable in jeans or dressed up. In addition to the interior seating, Nona offers a great patio with outdoor seating with view of a pond. Whether you prefer a booth or a high top, indoor or outdoor, they have something for everyone.
Nona Blue offers a variety of specialty cocktails and local brews. Choose from craft beers, an extensive wine list, a selection of regional single malt whiskies, and specialty drinks, which put a modern twist on classic cocktails. With fun drink options like “Release the Kraken” or “Cheaper than Therapy” there’s something everyone will enjoy.
One of our favorite parts about the Nona Blue menu, is the large selection of sharable. Meant to be shared with family and friends, order a few for the table when you’re looking to sit back, relax and catch up. Nona Blue prides themselves on the freshest ingredients and hadn’t cuts their steaks and fish to ensure top quality and their sauces, dressings and desserts in house daily.
Date Night Details:
At Nona Blue you’ll be perfectly comfortable dressing up, or coming in wearing jeans. Parking is free, but in the area can be tricky, especially if you’re visiting during peak times. But one of the great things about the location of Nona Blue is that there are lots of small local shops you can visit while you stroll to the restaurant.
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This is not a sponsored post, Nona Blue did not pay to be featured in this date night guide. This restaurant was chosen based solely on things our writers love.