• About Mezza

    We are a neighborhood restaurant offering dinner six nights a week in three different spaces: our bar and lounge where we have a musical happy hour four nights a week and where children can make their own pizzas at our wood fired oven from 5-6:30 Monday-Saturday; our covered patio where guests can sit outdoors protected from the elements; our main dining room for those who like their evening meal to be a little bit more formal.

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  • Mezza Menu

    Chef Justin Schreiber brings to Mezza an infectious enthusiasm for good food. Good food starts with good ingredients and sourcing quality becomes of paramount importance. His culinary influences lean towards Spain and France, but he has not forgotten Mezza’s Italian heritage. From lamb meatballs with polenta and steamed mussels in a smoked tomato cioppino broth appetizers, to Southeast Family Farms Pork Tenderloin and Mayport shrimp garganelli entrees, the menu offers fresh seasonal products and diversity. No menu is complete without desserts and owner Nancy Falloon’s cakes, homemade ice creams, and bread pudding make an irresistible ending to a meal.

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  • Nightly Specials

    Mezza's regular menu is supplemented weekly by a pizza of the week and daily by soup, appetizer and entrée specials. They are all created with the freshest ingredients available. There is also a cheesecake of the week and special desserts on the weekend. All these specials are posted daily on this web site.

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***** Five Star Google Rating Fine restaurant. We attended to a wine dinner of a Spanish Winery, La Rioja Alta, S.A. The four course menu was fantastic: East Coast Oyster, paired with an Albarino, Lagar de Cervera; Rabbit terrine, paired with Vina Arana Reserva 2006, Crispy Pork Belly; paired with Vina Ardanza 2007; Braised Oxtail, paired with Gran Reserva 904 2005 and as dessert Chocolate Cream Hazelnut Pie, paired with Lustau Solera Reserva. Everything was delightful: Service, food and those wonderful wines.

-R. Momene /Google Review