Every city worthy of the designation needs a place for urban pioneers and self-styled hipsters to hang, and this is Jacksonville’s. Located north of the river on the fringe of the established Riverside neighborhood, the block of King Street between Post and College has been the focus of redevelopment for several years. While parts of the block are still a little sketchy, the restaurants and bars that have congregated here are solid. The latest, entry, The Rogue, even promises a slightly more upscale appeal. It bills itself as a “rock ’n roll speakeasy” with decor that harks back to Prohibition. Since the buildings along this block were built in 1925, during Prohibition, that was a natural. The interiors of places like Walkers, Kickbacks and The Loft feature a lot of exposed brick and wood. It feels very yuppified, but in a familiar and comforting way. Expect crowds at the sidewalk tables most weekends if the weather is cooperative, but that just makes it a more interesting place to walk and mingle.