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10. Barley Republic Irish Pub
Coming in at No. 10 on our list is Barley Republic, located at 48 Spanish St. This pub food hotspot serves a variety of beer and wine. Barley Republic features a Happy Hour Raw Bar of delicious oysters and shrimp from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m everyday. If you love seafood, you’ll love this city favorite!
9. South-a-Philly Steaks & Hoagies
8. Schmagel’s Bagels
There’s no better bagel/coffee combination in this city! Stop by between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up the best breakfast St. Augustine has to offer – and don’t forget the shmear!
7. Sunset Grille
6. Mojo’s BBQ
If you want authentic, old-fashioned BBQ, this is the place. Make sure you try their jumbo pulled pork sandwich!
5. Fiesta Jack’s
Fiesta Jack’s is a brand new Mexican restaurant located behind French Fry Heaven. Though the restaurant has only been open since December, tourists and locals alike flock to their Chipotle-style setup for burritos that are made by the gods themselves. On Fridays, Fiesta Jack’s offers a 20 percent discount to Flagler students with IDs.
4. Flavors Eatery
Featuring fresh veggies, local art and hearty food, a meal at Flavors is always deliciously guilt-free.
3. Cafe Eleven
Locally owned Cafe Eleven serves breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Friday. But if you stop by for brunch on the weekend, you might meet Tony Brown and his nephew Nigel, who have been coming to the cafe for years. So long, in fact, that their golden retriever Rio has been named the unofficial Cafe Eleven mascot. And brunch isn’t all you’ll get a taste of – enjoy local music while you try the awesome desserts pictured above.
2. Mango Mango’s
Caribbean-style food. The beach. Yuca fries. This St. Augustine hole-in-the-wall is a local treasure, loved by tourists and locals alike. Look no further for the perfect post-surf meal.
1. The Floridian & The Florida Room
Our No. 1 choice should come as no surprise to any St. Augustine native. The Floridian Restaurant is casual Florida dining at its finest. With welcome accents like fresh flowers on every table, the Floridian is a fun place to go for fresh farm-to-table dining. Afterwards, walk out back to The Florida Room and pick up a vegan chocolate cupcake – one of the best treats that the city has to offer.