After spending a day seeing much of what Jekyll Island had to offer—from the Georgia Sea Turtle Research Center to a dolphin tour boat ride to a biking trip around the north side of the island—we were pooped, but ravenous. Having already decided earlier in the day that we were going try Latitude 31, we headed on down to the wharf.
For those of you unfamiliar with Jekyll Island, it is one of the Golden Isles of Georgia, and it’s not big; measuring only about seven miles long by one and a half miles wide. And while the island’s history includes seven decades where it was the winter playground of America’s richest of the rich—think Rockefeller, JP Morgan, Pulitzer and Vanderbilt—it is now owned by the state of Georgia and a destination point for tourists and families looking for some beach time, a round or two of golf, and, as it turns out, some really great seafood.
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