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Where To Eat in St. Augustine

A1A Ale Works
1 King Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 829-2977

Located in historic St. Augustine, our dining room and private function facilities overlook he scenic Mantanza Bay. Our passion for fresh seafood has been a hit since day one. Our menu features a variety of Caribbean, Cuban, and Florida influences. Our tradition of on-site brewing and food made fresh, from scratch, are the most evident examples of this passion. Our restaurants and people offer a relaxed and inviting atmosphere, attentive and friendly service, fresh food carefully and creatively prepared, specially brewed beers and other fine beverages. We feel it is this combination of elements that make a great dining experience possible. Handcrafted and brewed to excellence, A1A Ale Works goes to great lengths to serve each guest the freshest beer possible. This commitment to serving nothing but the finest and freshest beer has led to numerous awards.

Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grill  
46 Avenida Menendez
St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 824-7765

A distinctively different menu, Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grille captures the essence of a city not only known worldwide as the birthplace of Jazz but also the birthplace of a unique style of cooking. Traditional Louisiana favorites like Jambalaya, Etouffeé, Gumbo, Shrimp Creole and Red Beans & Rice are only a few of our Bourbon Street Favorites.

We’ve taken the best of Cajun, Creole and Southern flavors infused with a current day twist to create some of our most popular Louisiana Restaurant dishes like Shrimp and Scallops Orleans, Grilled Chicken Baton Rouge, Crab Crusted Blackened Red Fish, Bourbon Street Salmon and French Quarter Beef Tenderloin to name a few. A great selection of Seafood, Chicken, Beef, Pork along with Burgers, Po’Boys, Salads and much more; Harry’s menu is sure to have something for everyone.

La Pentola
58 Charlotte Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 824-3282

La Pentola’s owners Susan and Jorge Talavera invite you to enjoy creative continental cuisine for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch in their historic downtown St. Augustine restaurant. Enjoy a St. Augustine fine dining experience. We have a relaxing, intimate atmosphere infused with Mediterranean ambiance with indoor and court yard dining. Enjoy seafood, prime steaks, wild game, innovative pasta, entree salads, and house made desserts. Chef Talavera, from Guadalajara, Mexico, specializes in Mediterranean and Latin specialties. This is the best of St. Augustine restaurants that serves fine wines, beer, and gourmet coffee.

Lunch is served Tuesday to Saturday 11-3; dinner served Tuesday to Sunday 5 until close; and Sunday Brunch 10 – 3. Closed Monday. Banquet and private party facilities. Open all holidays. Reservations recommended.

Le Pavillon
45 San Marco Avenue
St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 824-6202

Family owned and operated since 1976, Le Pavillon is the oldest fine dining establishment in St. Augustine with a casual atmosphere, nestled in a Victorian era home built in 1868.  Food is prepared in the continental way with Swiss, German, and French flare.

Le Pavillon offers lunch and dinner 7 days a week along with daily specials.  We are famous for our Rack of Lamb, but we have something for everyone. Steaks, seafood, pasta, and crepes are served for lunch and dinner.  Also served for lunch are sandwiches, salads, and quiche.  Smaller portions are available. Friendly staff and consistently fresh food has allowed Le Pavillon to serve locals and visitors in St. Augustine for almost four decades.

O. C. White’s Restaurant
118 Avenida Menendez
St. Augustine, Florida
(904) 824-0808

O.C. White’s has a History dating back to 1790, originally constructed by Don Miguel Ysnardy a prominent St. Augustinian. The building is associated with significant aspects of the history of St. Augustine, the Nation’s oldest city. The House served as one of the first hotels in St. Augustine. In 1904 the Worth Mansion was bought by a local cigar maker, then bought again in 1948 by George L. Potter, the one time owner of Potter’s Wax Museum. In 1961 the building was moved to its present location and replicates the Worth House as it appeared in the mid-nineteenth Century.

Their menu features Homemade crab cakes, fresh grouper, fresh shrimp, lobster and crab, choice steaks, homemade chowder, chicken, pasta dishes, daily Chef’s creations, children’s menu, saute specialties and more delights! O. C. White’s Restaurant is the perfect setting for a memorable wedding, party, or special event. 

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