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
Bars & Cafes
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.
If you are missing the ambiance of your favorite sports bar in your city, then chances are you would feel at home in the Nobby's Sports Tavern. Friendly bartenders, a selection of well-crafted beers on tap and high quality televisions spread across the bar makes for a perfect setup to enjoy a game of your favorite team in company of friends. On other days, the bar is host to karaoke nights, pool tournaments and live music events regularly, much to the delight of the youngsters. Walk in here for a great time.
McLean's Public House is a British pub in the grandest old English style. Though small and dim, the service is friendly and the beer and pub grub is tasty and reasonably priced for the heart of the tourist district. Check for lunch specials and stop by for a bit of nourishment to shore up a hard day's sightseeing.
Cellar 6 is a showcase for St Augustine's burgeoning wine culture. As the name indicates, their cellar is more than amply stocked, and they are happy to arrange tastings as well as samples by glass or bottle. This is an excellent place to acquaint yourself with some of St Augustine's local vintages and to spend an evening checking out some hot local talents playing jazz or contemporary music.
The Tradewinds Lounge bills itself as the oldest club in the oldest city in America. It is located in a charming 18th Century building in historic Charlotte street and in season features nightly performances by local talent. The music tends towards the rock and roll Florida tropical beach bar style of entertainment, but there are also DJ's and Latin nights. The bar also features a full selection of drinks and a kitchen based around the usual constellation of the bar-food universe like hot wings, burgers, and jalapeno poppers.
Enjoy terrific selections of soups, salads, sandwiches, a large array of vegetarian choices, and a great selection of unusual dishes from around the world at this small cafe that boasts one of the most unique menus in St. Augustine. An excellent wine list is available to complement your meal, as are many varieties of domestic and imported beers and ales, and breakfast is served all day. They are open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
A traditional Irish pub and restaurant that offers a taste of authentic Ireland and features Irish specialties such as Bangers and Mash, Beef and Guinness pie, fish and chips, Shepherd's pie, and Mrs. Lynch's Irish stew on the menu, complemented by full bar service and 32 beers on draught. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Located in St. Augustine in the Casablanca Inn, Tini Martini Bar is a cute and intimate space that charms every first-time visitor with its laid back vibe and super friendly service. Without a doubt, their bartenders do full justice to the art of fixing a martini however, live music gigs held here are the real crowd-puller. Jazz on Thursday nights and blues on Fridays and Saturdays attract some of Florida's finest musicians who enthrall audiences with creative renditions and improvisations of the great classics. Diners will appreciate the alfresco arrangement that lets them soak in views of the palm trees and the Matanza Bay. A visit here will be well worth it.
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.
As the name implies, this jazz bar specializes in one indulgence above all others: cigars. The cigars are as close to Cuban delights as one can find in the US (though the offerings are mostly Honduran or Dominican). The atmosphere is relaxed and mellow but can be lively depending on the weather, the time, and the act on stage. Again, as the name states, Jazz is the main musical course here, but other local talents can also be seen demonstrating their chops.
Kilwin's confectionary shop is located in the heart of the Old City, so you may want to stop by and indulge while you are shopping or sightseeing. There is a large variety of confectionery delights, including an assortment of popular truffles: raspberry, hazelnut, coffee, le gran, brugg and bombe. There are also clusters in milk or dark chocolate with coconut, peanut or pecan, and a variety of creams filled with milk maple, milk orange, dark raspberry, or dark vanilla butter.