When you visit the Nation’s Oldest City, make sure you come hungry! With French, American, Spanish, Cuban, and British influences prevalent in the city, you’ll find just about every type of food within the downtown district. You’ll even find some fusion cuisine unique to St. Augustine! From vintage gastropubs to upscale eateries, find out about the best restaurants in St. Augustine!
Enjoy Fresh Fare at These Seafood Restaurants in St. Augustine
For fresh seafood, visit Catch 27! It is one of the best spots for fine dining in St. Augustine. Catch 27 is just a two-minute walk from Agustin Inn and showcases the best-of-the-best when it comes to Florida seafood and produce. Try the Banger and Grits “Fries:” a homemade seafood sausage with crispy grits, spicy mustard, purple kraut, and pickled mustard seeds. Or try the crab cake sandwich, served with a fried green tomato and housemade pimento cheese.
Harry’s Seafood, Bar, and Grill
Without a doubt, this is one of our favorite bars in St. Augustine. Harry’s Seafood, Bar, and Grill features the flavors of St. Augustine with a gorgeous view. Check out their Rhythm & Blue Margarita, which is electric blue and made with top-shelf liquors. The seafood is, of course, incredible. Crawfish and shrimp are delicately simmered in Cajun gravies or paired with hearty smoked sausage. You’re sure to leave this restaurant full and happy!
If you’re looking for a St. Augustine seafood restaurant on the water, you can’t do much better than The Reef. It overlooks Vilano Beach, which is our favorite beach near St. Augustine. The quality of the seafood is fantastic, and the items on the menu are sure to satisfy!
Molto Bene! Visit These Italian Restaurants in St. Augustine
Italian food really shines when you use fresh, locally sourced, high-quality ingredients, and Nonna’s Trattoria knows this. That’s why they take advantage of the incredible selection of produce and seafood available from local farmers markets. You can taste the difference in each of their dishes. From the pasta Verona (which features a homemade pink sauce) to their handmade meatballs, they refuse to cut corners. Nonna’s Trattoria is just a seven-minute walk from Agustin Inn.
Amici Italian Restaurant
Find out why Amici Italian Restaurant has been named the “best Italian restaurant” in St. Augustine for 14 consecutive years by The St. Augustine Record. What makes Amici so special? Their diverse menu features a fantastic selection of authentic Italian plates. From chicken and veal to heaping mounds of pasta, you’ll find something to satisfy your carb craving. Amici Italian Restaurant is just a 10-minute drive from Agustin Inn.
If you’re in the mood for pizza, there’s no better place to be than Pizzalley’s! Located on St. George Street, this eatery makes everything from scratch, including their excellent desserts. Whether you’re stopping by for a quick slice or a sit-down dinner, find an excuse to head to Pizzalley’s for a bite to eat! It’s just a two-minute walk from Agustin Inn.
Stick Close to Agustin Inn at These Restaurants in St. Augustine
Travel back in time to the era of speakeasies and flappers in one of our favorite downtown St. Augustine restaurants. The Prohibition Kitchen takes you to the early 20th century with its authentic decor. While the restaurant may look antique, the menu is modern. At Prohibition Kitchen, you’ll enjoy classic dishes with a modern twist! For the ultimate burger experience, try the PK Signature Burger. It features a patty made with the special house blend of short rib, brisket, and sirloin. It’s topped with log-smoked bacon, a red onion jam, a fried egg, and Red Dragon cheese. Or you can enjoy a southern classic with their fried chicken sandwich, topped with a tomato confit, a pickled green tomato, and served with homemade ranch. The drink menu is also fantastic. Best of all, Prohibition Kitchen is just a three-minute walk from Agustin Inn!
Michael’s Tasting Room
Specializing in seasonal Spanish cuisine, Michael’s Tasting Room is a must for all foodies visiting St. Augustine. Chef Michael Lugo has created an impressive menu utilizing local ingredients. Here, you’ll find an array of classic Spanish dishes, like papas bravas (potatoes in a spicy tomato sauce), pulpos (octopus), and sauteed shrimp al ajillo (shrimp with a garlic aioli). The wine list is just as impressive as the menu. It is one of the most romantic restaurants in St. Augustine and is right outside our door!
Stay at Agustin Inn
For visitors who plan on dining at the best restaurants in St. Augustine, there’s only one place to book your stay! Agustin Inn is located off of St. George Street, just a short walk from the best eateries, cafes, and fine dining establishments in the city. You can’t find better accommodations or amenities in a more convenient location anywhere in town! Plus, you’ll start each morning with the most delicious breakfast around, made with local ingredients whenever possible.
Check our availability and book today! We look forward to having you.