Spanish

The Spanish influence in St. Augustine is present in the history of the city as well as the current culinary scene! The nation’s oldest city boasts award-winning Spanish restaurants that are serving up both traditional Spanish food as well as fusion, new-age Spanish cuisine. Visitors can literally get a taste of old St. Augustine at the local Spanish establishments in historic downtown. Sample delicious entrees like authentic Spanish tapas, paella, gazpacho soup, and more!

 

Sangria at St. Augustine's Taberna del Caballo

Enjoy the fun atmosphere, great food, and refreshing drinks at this authentic Spanish tavern.

Mi Casa Cafe

69 St. George St.

Mi Casa Café, located in historic downtown St. Augustine, is a quaint little café/restaurant and outdoor beer garden serving lunch and dinner every day.

The Spanish Bakery is a local favorite in St. Augustine, tucked away in a garden just off St. George Street.

This restaurant offers delicious, homemade Spanish cuisine including empanadas, sausage rolls and more. Fresh bread baked on site!

Sangrias

35 Hypolita Street

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

Cuban immigrant Casimiro Hernandez Sr. founded the Columbia Restaurant in Tampa, Florida in 1905. That location is Florida's oldest restaurant. The Columbia Restaurant of St.

The Casa Maya is located on Hypolita Street, just a block from the bayfront in historic St. Augustine, Florida.

Casa Maya offers a variety of Latin American cuisine in a charming, convenient location dowtown.

This fine-dining restaurant on the bayfront features a delicious and diverse menu paired with a comfortable and elegant atmosphere.

Michael's Tasting Room offers exquisite tapas, complemented by the perfect selection of wines.

Costa Brava at the Casa Monica Hotel offers New World cuisine in an upscale dining environment.

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