Marianna is a city in Jackson County, Florida, United States. The population was 6,230 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Jackson County and is home to Chipola College. The official nickname of Marianna is "The City of Southern Charm."
Things to do in Marianna
5 based on 131 reviews
We only serve pizza on Friday NIGHTS call ahead to reserve!!
Looking for a great place for lunch in Marianna? Check out the Bistro Palms. They have paninis and soups that are really good. Locally owned and operated, this place is where the locals like to go for lunch. I like to order their half sandwich and cup of soup specials. That way you get to enjoy both options and not leaved stuffed.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
The yogurt is good, service is excellent, and we go here way too often. I would say for people that are not from the area, please be aware that this is a religiously themed establishment. The decorations relate to missions, the music is Christian music, and the quotes around the establishment are usually scripture. Again, we love it and frequent this place, but just wanted to let folks know in case you're planning a birthday party, etc. and would like a more neutral place.
4.5 based on 122 reviews
Delicious restaurant quality meals in a take out fast food restaurant setting! Staff was extremely pleasant, food was delicious, a huge seafood menu, from gumbo to seafood platters, to yummy bacon wrapped shrimp! Prices a touch cheaper than a restaurant, and food cooked to order but worth the wait!
5 based on 84 reviews
We are a family-owned fine dining restaurant serving the freshest Mediterranean-Greek-American fusion cuisine. Our menu will delight all taste buds, We are here to bring something new and different to our county, We offer reasonable prices with a generous portion volume per entree.
My wife and I had lunch here, and it was incredible! We picked a table, and the family that runs the restaurant was on top of it the whole time! First, the restaurant was spotless, both in the dining room and restrooms. When trying a...MoreThank you so much. It was a great pleasure having you and look forward to seeing you again soon.
4 based on 205 reviews
Met coworker for lunch. They gave s great buffer but you can not beat the shrimp fried. They are huge and incredible. A little pricy but I eat s lot an I can’t finish a full order. Get the two sides but take them home and focus on the shrimp. You’ll love them
4 based on 132 reviews
Recommended by our hotel (Fairfield) Very close by. In a strip mall, easy to find, parking limited, but near Walmart parking lot, so if very busy, could park there and walk over. Seated quickly, a bit ahead of the dinner rush. The Chips and Salsa that came ahead of dinner, were warm and thin and delicious. We had the Chicken Fajitas for 2 - only 19.99. Excellent...got three tortillas each, nicely warmed, side of rice and beans...Lettuce, tomatoes, guacamole to add to your Chicken/Onions/Peppers that come sizzling to your table. When in the area we would come back...nice atmosphere, clean tables, great service!
4 based on 131 reviews
Sonny's BBQ offers a variety of barbeque meats, including St. Louis Cut Ribs and Sonny's Signature Baby Backs, Pulled Beef Brisket, Pulled and Sliced Pork, Sliced Turkey, and Chicken, all smoked slowly over a hardwood fire. Today, with 126 restaurants in nine southeastern states, Sonny's BBQ is one of the largest, most popular barbeque chains in the country. Our secret? We cook it up slow and serve it up fast and friendly.
The meat was good, the service was good, but the salad bar is just nowhere what it used to be. Honestly, this place used to be a regular, but has dropped down from that slot for some local folks that have been using the salad...MoreHi there. Thanks for providing this feedback to us. We'll be sharin' it with our team. We hope to have the opportunity to serve you exactly what you're cravin' in the near future.
4 based on 78 reviews
Evacuated due to Irma, and we ate here two nights. The most exceptional thing was that they were actually open on the Monday evening of the storm. It was not a big storm in Marianna, but definitely windy and rainy. The other restaurants in the area closed. It was SO busy, but they accommodated everyone, and with a smile! We were so happy not to have to eat PB&J for dinner! Even so, the food was good, the service was great, and the attitude in this place is awesome! Saw plenty of locals here, not just us poor evacuees, which tells you that this is a good place to eat. Thank you to all who were working there, and your management. You can't know how much it meant to people who were stressed out about what was happening where we came from. Yeah, and my dinners were great! Thank you.
4 based on 80 reviews
Madison's is a nice surprise in a small town with limited dining options. We enjoyed the Chicken Portobello and the Salmon Cleopatra. Both were good to very good. Undoubtable the highlight of the evening was our server. (Server 610—she did not give her name) She was extremely personable, prompt, and professional. Could not have found better. Prices are moderate and the quality of the food and experience make this a good value. We spent $57, before tax and tip, for our two entrees, two glasses of wine, and a bottle of beer.
4 based on 36 reviews
The food is good, staff friendly, bathrooms fairly clean, and banter entertaining. Since this is right by the highway (I10) make sure you don't expect to get seated right away if you go at peak times like 12 pm. The food is worth waiting, but most people in general don't like to wait, especially with so many other options nearby!
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