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Breezy Jazz Club, Pink Salt Restaurant Moving To San Marco

Breezy Jazz Club owner and founder Thea Jeffers with, at right, her husband, Lt. Cmdr. Bernett Jeffers and jazz artist Delfeayo Marsalis, who performed at Breezy at New Year's Eve 2018.
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Breezy Jazz Club owner and founder Thea Jeffers with, at right, her husband, Lt. Cmdr. Bernett Jeffers and jazz artist Delfeayo Marsalis, who performed at Breezy at New Year's Eve 2018.

Breezy Jazz Club, now Downtown at 119 W. Adams St., is moving across the St. Johns River into San Marco where Zeus Pizza vacated.

“We really outgrew our current location,” said Thea Jeffers, who founded and owns Breezy, which she established Downtown four years ago.

WJCT News partner the Jacksonville Daily Record reports the existing 2,892-square-foot site seats 100 people and the new 4,450-square-foot location at 1402 San Marco Blvd. near the Southbank will accommodate 155 patrons.

At the same time, Pink Salt Restaurant and Wine Bar is relocating from Southside to San Marco.

Led by Chef Richard Robinson, Pink Salt will move from 5111 Baymeadows Road, Suite 19, in the Brierwood area of Southside, to the former Vino’s Pizza & Grill space at 1430 San Marco Blvd.

Pink Salt features Caribbean and coastal cuisine.

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