601 Anastasia Blvd.
Saint Augustine, FL 32080
Phone: (904) 825-4535
Fax: (904) 829-8963
601 Anastasia Blvd., Saint Augustine, FL, US, 32080
- Phone: (904) 825-4535
- Fax: (904) 829-8963
Neon lights and trimmings both on the outside and inside features a casual and festive atmosphere. Advertising "urban cuisine and cab fare," to describe their unusual preparations, the restaurant is located on Anastasia Boulevard, across the Bridge of Lions from historic downtown St Augustine. Their award-winning selection of seafood, steaks and chicken are highly popular. Fresh soups include black bean or smoky sweet potato. A variety of sandwiches and a smorgasbord of entrees includes seafood jambalaya, Italian sausage sauté, Cayman Island chicken, lamb, or pork. A full bar is available.
Conch House is known for is its live music, hosted in a club suspended over the water. It is crowded on weekends when Reggae Sunday is particularly popular. With a Gilligan's Island/Swiss Family Robinson atmosphere, meals can be served outdoors in individual huts seating up to eight. An eclectic menu features seafood, pasta, chicken, steaks, ribs and some vegetarian dishes. A children's menu is available. The full bar offers a variety of mixed drinks and cold beer.
Unique Latin and Caribbean dishes mixed with a classic Spanish influence is served daily for lunch and dinner at this fun and festive restaurant.
O'steen's is a local favorite, and on some evenings it may be difficult to get a table for all the natives packing the tables. Their claim to fame is their fried shrimp, and though their claim that it's the best in the world may be somewhat overstated, you'll definitely be hard-pressed to remember when you've had better. Several dishes also feature local specialties like the famous datil peppers grown in St Augustine for generations.
This nautically themed restaurant, originally built as a 1763 ship, juts out into Mataznas Bay, offering guests a fabulous waterway view, indoors or from an outside deck. It serves an assortment of seafood and steaks, from deviled crab to peel-and-eat shrimp and fried or broiled catch of the day. You can even feed wild fish from your table! Just open the window and drop in some grub! Thousands of fish swim around the landing, waiting to be fed. There is also a full service bar.
Dine with a gorgeous view of sparkling Matanzas Bay and St Augustine's City Marina at this pleasant restaurant located at the Bridge of Lions on the busy Avenida Menendez. This restaurant occupies a historic mansion dating back to 1791. Enjoy casual cuisine amid handsome historic architecture. There is always a fresh catch-of-the-day, as well as grilled seafood kabobs, sizzling shrimp or scallop scampi. Garlic lovers should love the Dutch Garlic Shrimp. Landlubbers can choose from carefully prepared filet mignon, Delmonico, New York Strip steaks or Chicken Marsala. A full bar is available.
This classical Greek taverna is like a vacation to Mykonos in four walls. One of the most venerable Mediterranean eateries in Florida, Athena has such Greek staples as dolmades, kebabs, spanakopita, and gyros. Of course the natural accompaniment for such a meal is retsina and Greek wines, but there is also a sizeable selection of beers on tap and local and international wines as well. Lunch specials can represent a significant savings, and the service here is friendly and courteous.
Located in one of St Augustine's oldest bayfront homes, just steps from the Bridge of Lions, Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille serves up the freshest seafood, grilled steaks, chicken, pasta and more. The family friendly spot offers a children's menu and treats kids to Mardi Gras beads. It features a serene view from its courtyard, whose coquina walls add a historic charm to the palce. Entrées include burgers and more elaborate items, like seared lobster and seafood pasta and other seafood specialties.
This lovely bar on Avenida Menendez just a few steps from the old fort features a full selection of drinks but also has a comprehensive kitchen with special emphasis on lunch and brunch. The menu is heavy on bar standards like chicken, salads, and burgers, but also features some fresh-caught seafood and the occasional distinguished special.
On the narrowest street in the US, Hot Stuff Mon is known for their delicious hot sauces! Hot Stuff Mon was featured in Southern Living Magazine as one of the top 8 places to visit in the historic district. Stop on by and try their hot sauce made with datil pepper seeds and you can also order their products online.
Popular for their one-third pound Vienna hotdogs, this unique cafe also serves great tasting hamburgers and Greek and seafood salads and wraps daily for lunch and dinner.
This local favorite, gorgeously situated on the historic oceanfront promenade of Avenida Menendez, is a strong contrast to most of its neighbors. While certainly possessed of an ageless grace, it's clearly from a bygone era when rents were lower and businesses of non-elite tastes and targets could afford to inhabit the premises. Indeed, the decor and architecture is markedly dated, but the staff is courteous and welcoming, and the food has kept St Augustine residents coming back fopr decades. The eponymous harbor view is likewise an attraction, and daily specials often provide a sumptuous repast at a steal of a price.