Lodging Description

Sadler’s Kitchen


Fun, Funky and Fresh

The Sadler’s food legacy began when a Jacksonville restaurant sporting the family name opened its doors in 1943, launching a successful, decades-long run as a favorite diner.

That legacy continues today with Rob Gowin, representing the latest generation of family restaurateurs after recreating the old Jacksonville City Jail (built in the 1930s) into a neo-retro eaterie and bar.

Claims to culinary fame include Rob’s mother’s famous pies, his slow-smoked brisket, and a variety of Texas traditionals such as chicken-fried steak and fried-green tomatoes (in homage to Jacksonville’s heritage, of course).