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Scarlett O'Hara's

Scarlett O'Hara's

Where Good Friends Meet Scarlett O’Hara’s is located in a historical building in downtown St. Augustine. Built in 1879, Scarlett is actually two houses that have been connected. Scarlett has a warm, cozy southern atmosphere and in the evening...
Santa Maria

Santa Maria

Feed The Fish While You Dine! The Santa Maria Restaurant and Fishermans Wharf Lounge is located in the heart of historic downtown St. Augustine and sits out over the Intracoastal Waterway, making a truly memorable dining experience for anyone visiting...
Meehan's on Matanzas

Meehan's on Matanzas

Eat, Drink and Be Irish… there is no better place to experience this mantra than at Meehan’s on Matanzas in beautiful St. Augustine, FL.  Opened in February 2010, we look forward to bringing a fresh new approach to the traditional Irish Pub. BUILDING...
The Reef

The Reef

Enjoy one of the most spectacular oceanfront settings in Northeast Florida. The Reef, originally called Comptons, was built by the Usina family on a beautiful piece of oceanfront property in tranquil North Beach–three miles north of the Usina Bridge–on...
Columbia Restaurant

Columbia Restaurant

Located in the heart of the historic district on St. George Street. Enjoy our award winning Spanish/Cuban cuisine while eating lunch or dinner in our outdoor courtyard or dining rooms filled with hundreds of hand-painted tiles and Spanish-style fountains. The...
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...

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