The 25th Anniversary Taste of Amelia Island is just two weeks away. Join us Friday, November 18th, from 6 to 9 p.m., at Omni Amelia Island Plantation, in the Amelia Ballroom and adjoining lobby. For the first time, Burlingame will be participating in this great annual event. Chef Chad Livingston is preparing a taste of his exceptional Pork Tenderloin dish from our summer menu. Come enjoy smokey pork tenderloin & bbq green beans on a Johnny cake at the Burlingame booth and check out the other great fare offered by Amelia Island’s superb restaurants while supporting the Nassau Volunteer Center.
This year sees the return of the island’s best Chefs and Restaurant. Complimenting the food will be a selection of fine wines, a silent auction, a 50/50 raffle, live music, and the event’s first-ever “Best Dish of the Taste” award, voted on by attendees. A completely re-branded event, this year’s silver anniversary Taste will be designed and decorated by Robyn Branch Design, with other special touches provided by our audio-visual partner, Encore Event Technologies.
From fine dining to pub fare to seafood, ethnic food and down home southern country cooking and delicious desserts, this year’s Taste is a foodie celebration.
Come support your super talented local Chefs and favorite restaurants in their 100% contribution of time, talent and food to support the Nassau County Volunteer Center’s multiple programs serving those most in need in our local community.
Tickets are $50 per person and now available online at www.volunteernassau.org. For more information please call 904-261-2771 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacksonville Magazine has just published a review of Burlingame. Unknown to us one of their editorial contributors visited Burlingame and decided we had what it takes to get on the Jacksonville radar. We are honored and humbled by their words and work hard every day to prove them true.
Burlingame Restaurant is proud to announce Chef Chad Livingston has been selected to help represent the downtown Fernandina restaurants in a culinary competition to support The Barnabas Center. Chad will join Scottie Schwartz and Kenny Gilbert on Team Fernandina in the competition to be held September 8th at the Ritz Carlton, Amelia Island.
We opened our restaurant in March and have exceeded all our expectations. Our reviews on TripAdvisor, FB and Yelp tell the story of our very successful launch and the excitement and enthusiasm of our guests. As our guest numbers grow, we need to grow our team so we continue satisfying our guests and remain a great place to work. Great staff are key to delivering on our vision of a restaurant where guests can enjoy a fabulous meal, with great service in comfortable, casual surroundings. Continue reading →
Here at Burlingame, the Chef’s philosophy is simple… Quality!!!
Whether we’re talking about ingredients, equipment, knife skills, or service standards, everything at Burlingame is held to high quality standards. As a chef, I want to deliver a dish that you will recognize; yet which conveys a sense of depth and complexity that surprises you. Continue reading →
We have made a lot of progress on the construction of Burlingame in the past month. In the last blog posting, I mentioned the great crew helping transform Burlingame from a mildly run down office to a stunning restaurant where you can enjoy special dinners.
Through our own experience and research (thank you RestaurantOwner.com !) we had a clear vision of how Burlingame would operate and what the space would look like but have relied on the support, guidance and experience of a huge team of experts to get to where we are today (a half built restaurant!) Continue reading →