Bull and Crown Publick House
Enjoy 18th-century style dining at the Bull and Crown Publick House. Built by Minorcan carpenter Francisco Pellicer in the 18th century, this St. Augustine landmark was originally a duplex home for two families. Now you can enjoy British fare and modern local favorites in this restored historic building as The Bull and Crown is part of the Colonial Quarter. The British colonials who lived here in the latter part of the mid 1700s would be right at home.
Located on St. George Street, the Bull and Crown Publick House provides the feel of an authentic British pub. In fact, it's not unusual to see one of the local reenactors visiting the pub while in historic garb. Like an authentic British Pub, beer, wine, and cocktails take precedence on the menu and the food is delicious. Start your meal with a "Ploughman's Board" of assorted cheese, meats, chutney, and English mustard. Sandwiches include the "Colonial Club," "Union Chicken," and the "Bloody Mary Burger." Meals include the customary Fish and Chips or Shepherd's Pie.
The Bull and Crown Publick House is located at 53 St. George Street in St. Augustine.