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ALL St. Augustine Restaurants

Local culinary masters create delectable dishes every day in St. Augustine's restaurants. Kitchens in the oldest city are cranking out fresh entrees made with local ingredients. The variety of restaurants, sidewalk cafes, bars, pubs, eateries, coffee shops and more provide a robust assortment of dining options. While on vacation in the oldest city be sure to stop in the local restaurants and get a taste of our fresh, gourmet foods.

- Photo: Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille, downtown St. Augustine, FL.

The Prince Of Wales

(904) 810-5725
54 Cuna St

Find authentic British fare at this restaurant that looks like it came straight from England!

The Pub

(904) 810-5111
213 Anastasia Blvd.
Vist The Pub on 213 Anastasia Bvld in St. Augustine

The Pub on Anastasia Island offers a variety of nightlife activities throughout the week, plus beer, wine, and darts.

The Saucey Pig

(904) 347-1944
2520 FL 207
The Saucey Pig Food Truck ready to feed the public and catered events in St. Augustine.

This is a competition pro-class food truck specializing in BBQ. Open on weekends and for events.

Scoops of ice cream from St. Augustine Scoop on San Marco in St. Augustine.

This locally owned ice cream shop, the St. Augustine Scoop, will be closed for a few weeks. TEMPORARILY CLOSED

The Sweet Spot

32 St. George Street

An ice cream shop on St. George Street that also sells fudge, macarons, and cookie dough by the scoop.

The Tides Oyster Co. & Grill

(904) 461-5725
641 A1A Beach Blvd.
The entrance and porch at Tides Oyster Co. and Grill in St. Augustine.

The Tides Oyster Co. & Grill serves a variety of sports bar fare daily until 2 a.m.

Village Garden Food Truck Park

(904) 217-8488
1480 Co Rd A1A
The Village Garden Food Truck Park on Anastasia Island in St. Augustine.

The Village Garden is the first venue in St. Augustine to be able to host up to six food trucks seven days a week.

This cocktail bar offers unique handmade cocktails in a charming, historic setting.

Tijuana Flats

(904) 201-8655
833 S Ponce de Leon Blvd.

Tijuana Flats offers delicious Tex-Mex dishes and an amazing variety of hot sauces.

Tini Martini Bar

(904) 829-0928
24 Avenida Menendez

Sit back and relax with a custom or classic martini at this bayfront bar in historic downtown.

Tony's Pizza

(904) 471-8660
6975 A1A South

Tony's Pizza has served Crescent Beach since 1983.

Tradewinds Lounge

(904) 829-9336
124 Charlotte Street
Tradewinds Lounge on Charlotte Street in historic downtown Saint Augustine, Florida.

A 1940s island themed bar in the heart of downtown.

Tropi-Cali Food Truck

(904) 466-4527
606 N Ponce de Leon Blvd

This food trailer offers healthy and hearty options with Southern Californian and tropical flavor.

Tropical Smoothie Café on Anastasia Island

(904) 461-9090
112 Seagrove Main Street #114

This smoothie chain also offers breakfasts and lunches.

Tropical Smoothie Café at Moultrie Square

(904) 907-2164
4255 US Highway 1 South
Tropical Smoothie Café offers smoothies, sandwiches, wraps and more in St. Augustine.

This smoothie chain also offers breakfasts and lunches.

The Tropical Smoothie Café at the Shoppes at Murabella in St. Augustine.

This smoothie chain also offers breakfasts and lunches.

This food truck serves contemporary American cuisine in uptown St. Augustine.

Uptown Swinery

(904) 824-6202
45 San Marco Avenue
The interior of Uptown Swinery in St. Augustine.

This southern public house serves American comfort food and they are all about the pork.

Vic's House Of Crabs

(904) 829-9658
281 King St. West

Vic's House of Crabs located off West King Street in historic Saint Augustine offers amazing crab! Here you can order true East Coast crab. The real steamed crabs at Vic's House of Crabs attract locals and tourists alike.

Village Inn Restaurant

(904) 824-4377
900 Ponce De Leon Blvd.

Village Inn serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a family friendly diner setting, but you'd better save room for pie.