Black Sheep // Jacksonville, Florida

Recently Black Sheep opened up on the corner of Oak and Margaret street. Their main focus is fresh local ingredients.They’re a restaurant who encourages the term, “Farm to Table.” Jared and I got to visit this past week for a very late lunch. Since it was in the middle of the week and not prime lunch time, we were basically the only people in there. It was very yummy and we can’t wait to go back!When we got our menu Jared and I decided that we’d split what we got. At this time is when he decided our main dish. Can you guess? ha.The burger.. Jared’s manly choiceI had read and heard that their mac and cheese was to die for. So I decided our side dish. I love the way they plate all of their dishes. Mac and Cheese was very tasty and held up to my expectations.Just making sure we were going to waste anything ; )One of the coolest things about the Black Sheep, in my opinion is, right outside they’ve built these herb gardens. If you didn’t know or pay attention you’d think it was just a flower bed to be a part of their outside decor. How cool is that though? I just hope the people who walk by respect their property. I do think that this is such a cool thing!

I can’t wait to go back and get more! We had such a good time and I’ll be recommending this place to anybody who eats!

If you want to know more about Black Sheep. Click here.

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