Visitors to the downtown Jacksonville area will find themselves with few restaurants to choose from. Olio, with its nondescript storefront, is easy to miss - but worth stopping by. A local conference had the lines almost out the door, but the service at this casual bistro was prompt. Menus are printed on heavy wooden boards; stand in line at one of two registers to place your order, and then wait for the kitchen staff to bark your name so you can retrieve your lunch. The famous duck grilled cheese was added to the "86" list before we got to the front of the line, but the fish tacos were a generous portion and heavily spiced. The quiche was equally large, and everyone left our meal satisfied. Communal seating!
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