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This cigar bar has a pretty cool twist. On the wall hang a variety of guitars, a bouzouki and a couple of ukuleles, all of which can be taken of the wall and played by the patrons. Also on the wall is a small, but loud, metal gong. If you get gonged, you can't play for 15 minutes!
It's a fairly small bar, with dark colored walls and comfy chairs, and a very effective smoke filter. They have Guinness and Yuenglings on draft, as well as a full bar.
I met a guitarist there, and I brought my wooden flute, and my friend brought his bodhran. We had a nice little session, and the owner was very appreciative of our music! So if you find yourself in St. Augustine, itching to play that guitar you left at home, this is a good place for you.
Dress Code: casual
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 1(ish) King Street, St. Augustine, FL
Ok, we were exhausted from an entire day os kayaking, so we were a bit out of it, but Stogies is a wonderful place to chill out and listen to music. Yes, they sell cigars, and you can sit outside, go upstairs where they have comfy couches, or stay downstairs to watch the live jazz music (I think it was a Cuban band) The crowd is very mellow and funky and I definately want to go back here.
Dress Code: casual
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Phone: 904) 826-4008
Meehan's Pub is a new bar right on the waterfront in historic St. Augustine. Though it just opened in February 2010, it already has a good reputation among locals, as the innkeeper at our B&B recommended it to us.
We sat at the bar here one rainy Thursday night. We had a few pints of Guinness and Harp, while chatting with the friendly bartender. The staff here is very friendly and professional, and the beer is fresh and cold. We didn't try the food, but heard it is very tasty.
The building, just 150 yards from the Castillo, was constructed in 1917 as the home of a banker. Most recently, it housed another bar called the Tavern On The Bay.
Updated Jul 6, 2010
Address: 20 Avenida Menendez St. Augustine, FL
During our one-night visit to Saint Augustine, we stayed at the Holiday Inn about a mile north of Old Town. When we checked in, I asked the guy at the front desk where to grab a cold beer; he immediately responded Mardi Gras.
The bar was easy to find, just out the back of the Holiday Inn's parking lot and down the street 100 yards or so. When we approached, the parking lot of full of Harleys, and the outdoor bar area was pretty full. We found the last two seats at the bar and had a few Yuengling Lagers. The owner was kind enough to let us watch the Pittsburgh Pirates on one of the two big TVs outside while we relaxed for a few hours. The customers here seemed to be mostly Harley types, but very friendly.
After maybe an hour and a half, we walked down to Raintree for dinner, then came back and sat at the inside bar to watch the end of the Pirates game. Later in the evening, the inside has a DJ and the customers are much younger and rowdier, but we still enjoyed ourselves. The staff was also great.
Written Aug 15, 2009
Address: 123 San Marco Ave St Augustine, FL 32084
Phone: (904) 823-8806
Sangrias is a casual "wine and tapas piano bar" with a second floor balcony overlooking St. George Street. They have live music most nights and it's a nice to hang out on the balcony on those balmy evenings. There is also a room with some comfy sofas and arm chairs.
As the name suggests, they have some very special sangria recipes, as well as a nice selection of beers, wines, and champagne by the glass.
I didn't eat here, though they do serve tapas.
Overall, it's a pretty decent place to have a nice glass of something and listen to music as you gaze down on St. George Street.
Updated Sep 12, 2008
Address: 35 Hypolita St, St Augustine, FL 32084
Phone: (904) 827-1947
The Cafe Cordova, located in the plush lobby of the Casa Monica Hotel, is a nice place to enjoy a fine cocktail while listening to low key live music. It's on the classier end of the St. Augustine nightlife landscape and is a nice accent to a romantic evening.
They also have outdoor seating.
Dress Code: I would opt for something nicer than a tank top or t-shirt...
Written Sep 10, 2008
Address: 95 Cordova St. St. Augustine, FL 32084
The elegant bar at the Tini Martini Bar is staffed by a master martini maker who can concoct a cocktail you may never have dreamed of. While the bar itself (attached to the lovely Casablanca inn) is a pleasant place for a drink, we opted to sit outside where we could watch the horse buggies trot past against the backdrop of the river. The tiki torches and palm trees convinced us to relax and enjoy.
I can highly recommend the Tahiti Tini if you like your martinis fruity.
Dress Code: Casual
Updated Sep 1, 2008
Address: 24 Avenida Menendez, St. Augustine, Florida USA 32
50 beers on draft. Yes. All of them awesome, all of them fresh. They serve food as well, but who cares. They have 50 BEERS ON DRAfT!
The general feel is that of a sports bar. It is clean and bright and the bartenders are friendly and knowledgeable about the 50 BEERS ON DRAFT.
If you love beer, you must visit here. 'nuff said.
Written Aug 31, 2008
Address: 10 Marine Street · St. Augustine, FL 32084
the conch house marina and restaurant has a very nice deck and tiki bar. a great place to relax during the day or after work. the multi level deck offers a nice view of the bay. a fun place to eat and drink when in st. augustine.
Dress Code: casual.
Written Mar 22, 2008
Address: 57 comares ave.
the king's head is a very nice replica english pub located on US 1 north of st. augustine. good selection of english and irish beer on tap. as far as english style pubs go the king's head is one of the more authentic in florida. it is well worth the 6 mile drive north of central at. augustine.
Dress Code: casual
Written Mar 21, 2008
Address: 6460 US 1 north
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