Hibernia Pub at Fleming Island Golf Club
Steeped in Irish heritage, dining at Fleming Island Golf Club’s Hibernia Pub is an experience like no other. George Fleming (1760-1821), a descendant of the Barons Slane of Ireland, immigrated to Florida around 1785. He and Sophia Fleming farmed oranges and other crops on their plantation, naming it Hibernia after his native Ireland. Visiting Hibernia Pub, you will find the walls are lined with photographs of early Fleming Island and the prominent family that helped make it what it is today, allowing visitors to catch a glimpse of early Florida life. The menu features Irish favorites, such as Bangers and Mash, Shepperd’s Pie, and ‘George Fleming’s Hand-wiches’ such as George’s Pub Reuben and the Mahi Mahi Sandwich. The quaint nostalgia of local history, coupled with the course’s natural beauty, makes Fleming Island Golf Club a top destination for Northeast Florida golfers.