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O.C. White's

O.C. White's

O.C. White’s has a History dating back to 1790, originally constructed by Don Miguel Ysnardy a prominent St. Augustinian.The building is associated with significant aspects of the history of St. Augustine, the Nation’s oldest city. The House...
Barnacle Bills

Barnacle Bills

Barnacle Bills has been a local tradition since 1981 when Chris Way, 24 years of age was encouraged by the local mayor to expand on his talents and put what he learned in the restaurant industry to use on a grander scale. In May of 1981, Barnacle Bills...
Le Pavillon

Le Pavillon

Prior to 1890, San Marco Avenue was know as Shell Road, or the Public Road to Jacksonville. Originally a residential street, it soon became commercial. A gentleman by the name of Duff Green purchased six properties, 45 San Marco being one of them. Duff...
Cap’s on the Water

Cap’s on the Water

This is how the real Florida used to look.  A relaxed ride along A1A brings you to Cap’s on the Water, located between Ponte Vedra and Saint Augustine. Cap’s is a waterfront restaurant with a raw bar and offers new coastal cuisine. Enjoy a Stilton...
Aunt Kate's on the River

Aunt Kate's on the River

Continuing over 100 years of serving the finest in local seafood, Aunt Kate’s pleasures both the eye and the pallet. Sited in a grove of live oaks on the bank of the Tolomoto River, you can dine on the outside decks under the trees or inside in...
Georgie's Diner

Georgie's Diner

Located in St. Augustine’s historical district , Georgie’s Diner is fantastic place for the family to enjoy authentic Greek cuisines. The Chryssaidis family, owners of Athena, welcomes you to their second downtown eatery. Located off of King...
A1A Ale Works

A1A Ale Works

Fresh hand crafted beer and premium, made from scratch food, all served up in friendly and fun atmosphere – that’s what the A1A Ale Works experience is all about. Our passion for fresh seafood means that our fish selections are picked daily...
A Ghostly Encounter Walking Tour

A Ghostly Encounter Walking Tour

Explore Haunted St. Augustine! Visit the Spanish Military Hospital Museum and learn of the advanced medical practices of the Spanish in Colonial times or tour the haunted streets of St. Augustine on A Ghostly Encounter walking tour.                   TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious
The Old Jail

The Old Jail

St. Augustine’s Old Jail offers a compelling look at the cell blocks, gallows and sheriff’s quarters. Built in 1891, the jail held prisoners for over 60 years. Your guided tour led by the jailers includes a close-up view of the men’s and women’s...
Spanish Military Hospital Museum

Spanish Military Hospital Museum

Looking for history, romance, ghosts or just plain fun? Visit the Spanish Military Hospital Museum and learn of the advanced medical practices of the Spanish in Colonial times. The Spanish Military Hospital Museum building is a reconstruction of a Military...

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