North City

Visitors will find fun shops, restaurants, hotels here in North City.

The old neighborhood of North City, features historic homes, neighborhoods with overhanging oaks, a yacht harbor, a boat ramp, and many locally-owned restaurants and shops. North City is a tad too far from the Historic Downtown for a comfortable stroll but most businesses offer off-street parking.

Those who enjoy the water will note that one of St. Augustine’s public boat ramps is located along the Vilano Causeway, just before the bridge. Sailors may take a sailing class, rent a boat, or enjoy a crewed charter from St. Augustine Sailing, located at Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor. Visitors who simply want to take a tour on the water to look for dolphins or enjoy the sunset will find Florida Water Tours at Camachee, as well.

Much of the northeastern section is a marsh and the eastern boundary for North City is the Tolomato River, best explored by boat, kayak, or paddleboard. There are, however, thriving businesses along the northern section of San Marco, from thrift shops and resale shops to outstanding bakeries, a local favorite coffee shop, and a number of cozy and moderately-priced places to stay.

Also within the region, Fort Mose Historic State Park, a former Free-African settlement. Fort Mose is only 3.5 miles from the Plaza de la Constitución in St. Augustine’s Historic Downtown.

(904) 717-1288

107 Yacht Club Drive

Offering yacht sales, as well as a variety of lessons, Atlas Yacht Sales is a perfect option for excursions on the water in St. Augustine.

(904) 907-2985

81 San Marco Avenue

Blue Mantle presents Catholic art, gifts, sacramentals, and books by Catholic artisans from around the globe.

(800) 345-9269

3070 Harbor Drive

Considered a full-service, environmentally-friendly establishment, the Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor is a convenient marina for guests.

(904) 217-4751

35 San Marco Avenue

Carrera Wine Cellar offers guests a wide variety of wines and the opportunity to sip and learn as they shop.

(904) 467-5215

276 San Marco Avenue

Cino's Pizza, a long time favorite of those at World Golf Village, now has a location on San Marco in St. Augustine.

(904) 827-1766

231 San Marco Ave.

Country Inn & Suites provides rooms, fitness center, and complimentary breakfast just a few blocks from the Historic District.

(904) 824-2449

202 San Marco Ave

An Inn that features a variety of accommodations from cozy small motel rooms to luxury suites.

(904) 825-4306

210 San Marco Avenue

Military and war antiques and memorabilia for history lovers and curious vacationers to St. Augustine, Florida.

(904) 342-2421

300 San Marco

Part coffee shop, part local bar, DOS specializes in home-brewed coffee, craft beer, live music, and a casual atmosphere.

(904) 834-1527

58 B San Marco Ave

Feather & Bloom is a florist and flower shop specializing in floral arrangements for special occasions and weddings. The shop also has flower bouquets available...

(904) 824-7806

510 N Ponce de Leon Blvd.

The Flower Works florists focus on the natural beauty of flowers to create exceptional arrangements and bouquets.

(904) 823-2232

15 Fort Mose Trail

Fort Mose has been recognized as a National Historic Landmark since 1994, and as a precursor site of the National Underground Railroad Network.

(904) 602-6003

4900 US 1 North

With a view of the runways, craft and traditional cocktails, and cuisine inspired by Latin America and Europe, Hangar One Bistro provides find dining away from the crowd.

(904) 824-2111

252 Yacht Club Drive

The Kingfish Grill restaurant is located on the water near the Vilano Bridge and offers a wide variety of fresh seafood, from oysters, shrimp, scallops, and crab to...

(904) 823-4742

190 San Marco Ave.

The Mark Lance National Guard Armory, located on San Marco Avenue, in St Augustine, Florida, is part of the Florida Army National Guard and is a component of the Uni...

(904) 651-4071

224 San Marco Ave.

Transforming bodies, awakening spirits, and calming minds through yoga, barre, and pilates classes.