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

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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) 436-5813

47 Cordova St.

A dessert and wine bar with coffee, craft beer, cafe seating, and a front patio.

(904) 436-5813

47 Cordova Street

It's a downtown scratch bakery and cafe that serves delicious desserts and beverages.

(904) 907-1312

600 Anastasia Blvd.

A regionally sourced, locally owned artisan butcher shop.

(904) 940-4445

425 West Town Place #114

Cino's Pizza, where everyone is family, serves pizza, pasta, stromboli, and more.

(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) 788-2952

A food truck serving Maryland crab cakes, crab fries, and crab pretzels as well as sandwiches, subs, and salads.

(904) 797-0626

938 Santa Maria Blvd

Cold Cow, locally owned and operated, offers over 100 of delicious ice cream flavors.

(904) 217-0705

172 San Marco Ave.

Fine Mediterranean recipes and cooking made with fresh, local ingredients every day.

(904) 810-6810

95 Cordova Street

Visitors can enjoy a culinary journey along the Mediterranean at this upscale restaurant in the Casa Monica Hotel.

(904) 293-6373

135 King Street

A health-food restaurant offering wraps, salads, bowls, and smoothies — all made with clean ingredients and served with a smile.