Feeling hungry? Take a cruise through The Restaurant Times Recommended Dining Guide to learn more about St. Augustine’s favorite restaurants. From A to Z and for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or brunch, you’re sure to find something to please everyone!
GREATER ST. AUGUSTINE
The areas that we refer to as “Greater St. Augustine” offer convenience, plenty of waterfront dining options and a must-see revitalized beach town.
With US Highway 1 connecting the paths to all parts of St. Augustine, this main artery is a commercial corridor filled with a wide selection of restaurants with easy accessibility and plenty of parking. A section of the highway is parallel with inland waterways featuring marinas and waterfront eateries, many accessible by boat or car. And, St. Augustine Beach isn’t the only game in town. Don’t miss a visit to the revitalized Vilano Beach Town Center with its fishing/sightseeing pier and mid-century modern architecture. Continue north on A1A and you’ll find spectacular oceanfront and riverside dining on the Intracoastal Waterway.
HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE
Whether you dine Downtown or Uptown, St. Augustine city center restaurants offer spectacular settings, historic charm and world class hospitality.
It's easy to understand why St. Augustine has been and remains so popular with visitors. Its charms are many, and the historic district and surrounding neighborhoods offer endless opportunities for exploration. From its fortess—completed in 1695 to repel invaders to this early Spanish colony—to spectacular Mediterranean Revival architecture and Victorian-era homes built for prominent families and business owners in the late 19th Century, the buildings that house our historic district restaurants have walls that, well, have a lot to say! Restaurateurs who call the historic neighborhoods of St. Augustine home are a special breed as they add their own stories to the city’s history.