These St. Augustine restaurants are located on the numerous rivers and creeks, on the Intracoastal Waterway, and on the beach.

All Restaurants

St. Augustine's culinary masters create delectable dishes every day.

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.

(904) 342-8118

240 San Marco Ave.

Serving up healthy coffee and treats in a family-friendly local business.

(904) 825-9948

25 Granada Street

Enjoy delicious food, live entertainment, and a historic and charming atmosphere.

(904) 460-2194

425 W Town Place

Cafe Cairano serves signature sandwiches, toast, pancakes, waffles, oatmeal, and other dishes.

(904) 460-9311

501 A1A Beach Blvd.

Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily — including a weekend brunch buffet.

(904) 829-0707

1515 Country Road 210 W

A locally owned neighborhood cafe serving familiar breakfast and lunch meals.

(904) 770-2729

465 State Road 13

Specializing in tacos and authentic Mexican street food, Cantina Louie is a crowd-pleasing, affordable restaurant.

(904) 824-8794

4325 Myrtle St.

Waterfront dining overlooking the Matanzas River with local seafood and Old Florida cuisine.

(904) 471-5999

197F Blackford Way

Formerly in Vilano Beach, this family-run Italian restaurant is now located off Dixie Highway in South St. Augustine.

(904) 217-4546

57 Treasury Street

This wine bar and shop offers a variety of wines for sampling and purchase in the heart of historic St. Augustine.

(904) 823-0787

22 Hypolita Street

Casa Maya offers Latin American cuisine in a charming setting in St. Augustine's historic district.

(904) 217-3542

40 Charlotte Street

Fresh, local seafood in the heart of historic downtown St. Augustine.