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View full menu. Ask a question. Your trust is our top concern, so businesses can't pay to alter or remove their reviews. Learn more. Great people, good food and lots of beer choices! Jax has a nice patio wrapping around the building for outdoor dining and libations. Inside has a good sized bar and plenty of seating with capacity for large parties.

Amy, Jillian and Sydney are amazing and always entertain and take care of the customers. The only downside is that the wifi is iffy at best.

Great place to hang out though! We've lived in Lake Mary for a little over 5 years and when places disappoint, we always give a second chance. We went to Jax a couple of years ago and it simply was underwhelming. Fried bar food and drinks, sometimes that's ok but it at least has to be good. We tried again Thursday night. The bar was packed and the bartender was overwhelmed but working hard! There was no one sitting in the dining area, this huge top room empty.

We grabbed a Hi-Top by the bar and was told the bartender would handle us. Finally, a server saw that was not going to happen and grabbed our drinks. Staff was super friendly but this gorgeous location needs a menu that matches its aesthetics. The outdoor seating over looks a pond, it great but not a place we will be back anytime soon, I'd love to partner with this owner and make this place the best in town My office used to be across the street from Jax, and a lot of after work happy hours were had there.

The first time I had food there, I was violently ill for hours afterward. I vowed to never eat there again. I did go several more times over the years and only drank, but last night I decided to try and eat there again. I spent half the night in the bathroom and ended up bringing a pillow and blanket in there with me. I didn't know which way it was coming and it was a miserable experience.

They have good happy hour deals and if you're only going to drink, have fun! Just consider yourself warned if you're eating there. Visit here regularly. Staff is great and food is good. Inside is crazy loud. They need to look into sound dampening. Two complaints. These were not employees they were just older customers their for bingo. Now we weren't walking in 10 mins before bingo started at 7 and we walked in at Allowing customers to yell at and verbally assault others who just want to sit down and have dinner is unbelievably bad form.

Let me start by saying Jax is about 10 mins from home and we visit a couple times a month including up on sat or sun afternoon sitting outside with our dog and things generally good. BUT this was a miserable experience for dinner tonight. Appreciate the "seat yourself sign" but almost 10 mins later with no recognition I was ready to leave. Placed order for two beers and asked for someone to bring a damp rag to wipe the table. By this point I had my phone out with the timer running.

We got water within 5 mins but our beers were another 10 plus mins and after asking 3 times for a damp rag I just poured water out of my glass and used napkins.

Our order of two burgers both medium well took 20 mins. Wife's burger was fine but mine was raw and barely that. My fries were greasy and cold. I don't know if they were understaffed or what but this visit was a disaster.

Always watered down drinks, food is so so, if not fried. Big turn around on servers. New owners for sometime now haven't done a thing to the place.

Happy hour specials here are great, but the food leaves a lot to be desired. My meal tasted bland and I was shocked to be charged for a small tablespoon of barbecue sauce.

The bartender was great and very friendly, however I wouldn't eat here again. I met up with some co-workers to catch a football game, and I'm familiar with the name because of the location in downtown Orlando.

This location gives me a neighborhood type of vibe, with the lakefront, and being near a few apartment complexes. The parking lot isn't too big, but there's plenty of seating inside, so on big sporting events, I can imagine that the parking lot gets crowded. There are a lot of TV's so watching any event here has a great point of view! If you're a craft beer lover like myself, there is a long list of craft beers to make a selection from as a draft.

There are many local breweries on the list, so that made me happy. Now the food selection is what caused me to hesitate, there is a variety, but for some reason it took me a while to make a selection. I ordered 20 wings with two different flavors. I went with garlic parmesan and tropic thunder, it was a sweet and spicy sauce with some coconut shavings on them.

The wings came at a decent size, but the flavor wasn't all that to me on either of the wings, but they weren't terrible and they were cooked all of the way. Our service was good too, the server was attentive and always made sure that we were hydrated, whether it was water or beer. I could see myself returning for the craft beer selection and a good sporting event.

But nothing much else. Friendly bar that is absolutely deserted on Mother's Day! I had a roast beef wrap that was full of delicious roast beef and wrapped in a soft flour tortilla.

I substituted the horse radish sauce for the ranch dressing! Good choice! The chips are not chips in the traditional sense but homemade crisps of goodness! Amy is a friendly and funny bartender who talked me into a pickle back I won't say it's my favorite but really pretty good!

I'll be back. A great combination of friendly service and good food! Holly was my bartender and was phenomenal! I highly recommend checking this place out! My hostess sat me at a dirty table that server just put my plate right on top of and didnt wipe it down.

My tea tasted like tap water, and burger was average at best. Burgerfi was better and cheaper! Friendly Confines. Graffiti Junktion - Lake Mary. Magnolia Square Market. Jax 5th Avenue Deli and Ale House. See 61 photos. Loading interface Write a review. Add photo. Popular dishes. Tropic Thunder. Monster Roast Beef Wrap. Blackened Mahi. Philly Cheese Steak. Jax Burger. Pretzel Nuggets. French Onion Soup.

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