St. Augustine's Newest Dining Venues

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St. Augustine, FL has emerged as a foodie destination of the South, thanks in part to the talented and hard-working chefs and owners of some of our favorite dining and drinking establishments! The availability of historic and waterside settings offer the perfect canvas for innovative restaurant openings. Despite the challenges of 2020, there have been some amazing new businesses open up that are worth checking out on your next visit!

Culinary Outfitters

Address: 173 Shipyard Way

A favorite small local bistro and caterer for years is now all grown up! Their new location with a 250 seat restaurant and 8,000 square foot outdoor dining patio is stunning and right on the water of the San Sebastian River. Enjoy their lunch menu which is similar to the original or try a new entree from the dinner menu featuring locally sourced, fresh ingredients. Be sure to allow extra time for a cocktail by the firepit on the patio to enjoy the view!

St. Augustine Fish Camp

Address: 142 Riberia Street

Dine outside right on the bank of the San Sebastian River on the freshest seafood around. The restaurant group brings their success from other area fish camps to the heart of St. Augustine in a brand new location with a neighborly vibe and great food.

Forgotten Tonic

Address: 6 Aviles Street

Enjoy classic cocktails, creative new sips, and an extensive wine list all while feeling swept away to Europe on Aviles Street, the oldest street in America. The outdoor cafe tables line the cobblestone street as a horse carriage clops. Fun menu items focus on comfort food with a modern twist. Worth a visit for dinner or drinks and apps.

Book a Stay at Ocean Village Club

Stay on the beautiful Atlantic Ocean at the fully equipped vacation rental condos of Ocean Village Club. Minutes from historic St. Augustine and all that the First Coast has to offer. Call Coastal Realty today to book, 904.471.7513!