Located at 400 South Palafox Street in the heart of downtown Pensacola, Jackson’s Steakhouse occupies the ground floor of a revitalized 1860s-era building that originally housed H. Pfeiffer & Company Mercantile. The building overlooks Plaza Ferdinand VII, where in July 17, 1821 General Andrew Jackson accepted the transfer of Spanish Florida to the United States and raised the American flag in Pensacola for the first time.
Parking for Jackson’s is available along Zaragoza Street and Palafox Street, or at any convenient downtown parking lot. Some spaces (indicated by signage) require pre-payment at a nearby parking terminal.
Permit accessible parking is located on the Palafox Street side of the building as well as in the Pensacola Museum of Art lot.
From Interstate 110: From Interstate 110, head south. Take exit 1C for US Highway 98 West and Garden Street. Merge onto East Garden Street. At the traffic light for Palafox Street, turn left. Follow south on Palafox for four blocks. Jackson’s Steakhouse is located on the left, on the corner of Palafox and Zaragoza streets.
From Pensacola Beach: Head west on Highway 98 towards Pensacola. After crossing the three-mile bridge into Pensacola, merge towards the left onto Bayfront Parkway. Remain on Bayfront Parkway for approximately 1 mile, entering downtown Pensacola. At the first traffic light (Palafox Street) turn right, immediately on the right side, you will see Jackson’s Steakhouse located on the corner of Palafox and Zaragoza streets.
From NAS Pensacola: Leaving NAS, crossing over the Bayou Chico bridge, veer right onto Main Street. Follow Main Street for just under a mile. Turn left at the traffic light located on Palafox Street. Immediately on the right side, you will see Jackson’s Steakhouse located on the corner of Palafox and Zaragoza streets.