Bar / Lounge / Pub

Find breweries, wine bars, sports bars, martini bars, places to drink, cigar lounges, and pubs in St. Augustine. Local live music is featured at most St. Augustine bars throughout the week, and feature a range of styles from rock and bluegrass, to reggae and classical. Following is a complete list of bars in the area -- on the water or bayfront, in the historic district, and in areas north and south of downtown.

Fly By Cafe

(904) 824-3494
4900 US Highway 1 N, Building A

The Fly By Café is located, appropriately, at the St. Augustine regional airport.

Mango Mango's Grill and Bar

(904) 461-1077
700 A1A Beach Blvd

Beachside grill and bar serving up delicious and creative entrees and cold drinks.

Cellar Upstairs

(904) 826-1594
157 King Street

Great live music from local bands, beautiful scenery, and fine wine and appetizers can all be found at this fun nightlife spot!

Tempo Restaurant

(904) 342-0286
16 Cathedral Place
Tempo Restaurant offers "good food and good times" in the heart of St. Augustine's historic district.

This restaurant offers "good food and good times" in the heart of St. Augustine's historic district.

Ice Plant

(904) 829-6553
110 Riberia St.

Vintage, circa-1920s bar and restaurant. Offering craft cocktails, fresh food and fresh-distilled liquors.

Hoptinger

(904) 217-8100
200 Anastasia Blvd.
Hoptinger Bier Garden and Sausage House in St. Augustine, Florida.

This modern bier and sausage garden in St. Augustine features "Baverican" food and a rotating tap of over 80 craft beers.

Sangrias

(904) 827-1947
35 Hypolita Street

St. George Street tapas bar featuring outdoor porch for people-watching and live music.

Raintree Restaurant

(904) 824-7211
102 San Marco Ave

For a charming and elegant dining atmosphere as well as a delicious Intercontinental menu come to the Raintree.

Buffalo Wild Wings

(904) 679-3495
318 S.R. 312

Wings, beer and sports at the St. Augustine location of this award-winning national chain of sports restaurants.

Meehan's Irish Pub & Seafood House

(904) 810-1923
20 Avenida Menendez

Visitors can enjoy authentic Irish food, beers, and atmosphere at this restaurant and bar located on the bayfront in historic downtown St. Augustine.

Kings Head British Pub

(904) 823-9787
6460 US 1 North

Kings Head British Pub offers authentic British cuisine to visitors. The pub is decorated with vintage England artifacts, and all of the food is made from scratch.

Florida Cracker Cafe

(904) 829-0397
81 St. George St.
The Florida Cracker Café is located in the heart of St. Augustine' historic district.

Enjoy Florida-style cuisine at this historic downtown restaurant, which offers indoor dining as well as a large outdoor patio with shaded seating.

Johnny's

(904) 829-8333
3009 N Ponce De Leon Blvd
Johnny's restaurant building just north of historic downtown St. Augustine, Florida

Johnny's serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and is open all day.

Mojo Old City BBQ

(904) 342-5264
5 Cordova Street

Dine on a full menu of Southern specialties and BBQ appetizers, along with a bar carrying craft beers and tasteful bourbons.

Creekside Dinery

(904) 829-6113
160 Nix Boatyard Road

Taste some Old Florida cooking at this local dinery, with live music, happy hour specials, and quaint outdoor and indoor dining.

A1A Ale Works

(904) 829-2977
1 King Street
St. Augustine's A1A Ale Works offers fine dining with a beautiful view of the Bridge of Lions.

This restaurant on the bayfront offers a full menu made from fresh ingredients as well as a wide selection of beers in their Tap Room.

Bull and Crown Publick House

(904) 342-2869
53 St. George Street

Dine in this 18th century style restaurant in historic downtown where the servers and the restaurant are part of living history.

Frida Taqueria & Tequila Bar - CLOSED

(904) 679-4034
12 Avenida Menendez

This business is permanantly closed.

Arnold's Lounge

(904) 824-8738
3912 Ponce De Leon Blvd.

This lounge offers dining, drinking, and a thriving nightlife on north US 1.

Giggling Gator Pub & Grub

(904) 824-0444
121 King St

"Open when we get here, closed when we leave"