St. Augustine Coffee House
St. Augustine Coffee House is a local coffee shop located in the alley with the tabby concrete wall next to the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse. A small amount of seating is available inside, including one counter space, and two tables are situated outside. Whether you're a purveyor of coffee or tea, there are options for hot, cold, and mild weather, and a variety of flavors to choose from.
The counter is decked out with scrumptious-looking pastries and baked goods including whoopie pies, muffins, brownies and crumb cakes. The whoopie pies are homemade and are a regular staple of the shop. Although some of the goods are baked by the shop, others are brought in. There are also sandwiches, salads, and chips for a grab n' go or sit n' enjoy lunch in the Historic District. Or if you're just feeling a little peckish and you're looking for something to tide you over until your next meal, there are granola bars, biscotti, fruits like bananas and apples, small Milano cookie packets, and packaged Stroopwafels.
And for something with a different kind of kick than coffee, a machine churns around frozen margaritas and frozen sangrias ready for vending. A large cooler by the door holds a number of popular beer brands and craft beers, as well as sparkling juices and bottled sodas. Needless to say, this shop has a little bit of everything.
WiFi is available if you want to hang out and get some work done; just keep in mind the space is minimal and at some times of the year, the atmosphere may be too busy. And certainly on a rainy day, seating options will be few. But when the weather is optimal, the outside tables are an exceptional place to sit and watch squirrels chase each other along the coquina wall, and the sound of the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse bell ringing certainly adds to the atmosphere.
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