A selected number of businesses, restaurants, and retailers remained open while Hurricane Ian passed through Northeast Florida. However, some of these businesses went closed and sets to reopen soon.

Check out this list of Jacksonville's Restaurant Open After the Hurricane.

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Town Hall Restaurant Jacksonville
2012 San Marco Boulevard, Jacksonville FL, 32207
This restaurant in Jacksonville offers a menu inspired by fresh, layered flavors, using seasonal ingredients from local farms and artisan purveyors, Chef Tom Gray’s intimate restaurant, Town Hall, is a community spot for sharing good food and good drink in good company. Town Hall Jax re-opens Friday for Happy Hour and dinner service starting at 4:30 p.m.
Canopy Road Cafe
Restaurant $$
This place specializes in traditional breakfast and lunch fare, with some fun and innovative twists. Canopy Road Cafe's two Jacksonville locations will reopen Friday.
Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille: St. Augustine
Restaurant $
46 Avenida Menendez, Saint Augustine FL, 32084
Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille in St. Augustine serves the very best of southern, Cajun, and Creole flavors in classic and modern dishes. This place is set to reopen on Saturday
Wicked Barley Brewing Company
Bar & Restaurant $$
4100 Baymeadows Rd, Jacksonville FL, 32217
Wicked Barley aims to provide it’s guests with a “Wicked” experience. This place reopens at 11 a.m. on Saturday.
The Happy Grilled Cheese
219 N Hogan St, Jacksonville FL, 32202
The Happy Grilled Cheese locations are Jacksonville, Florida’s most original food trucks and restaurants, from the hand-painted artwork to the fun and ever-changing menu. This place reopens on Friday.