I think they serve some food in there... but the reason why I went to Rendezvous almost everyday I spent in St. Augustine is the beer. They carry around 150 different beers... all kind of domestic beers from micro breweries and tons of imported.
Besides the variety... the servers know how to explain whatever you ask about all the different styles of beer they sell.
I would say that stopping by Rendezvous and have at least one cold beer is a must!
The Rendezvous is litterally a hole in the wall. Located in a little row of tacky tourist shops off of the all-pedestrian St. George Street (you'll see the sign on the outside), the Rendezvous is a small, family-owned cafe that serves mostly sandwiches and imported beer - they got all kinds, stacked up everywhere. One of the main draws to this place is that it isn't that expensive, it isn't touristy, and it has (unlike some of the other sandwich shops) air conditioning. Now, normally I would be as happy as punch and whistle to sit in the open air as long as there's a breeze. However, during the summer months, the pits of hell open up in St. Augustine, occasionally belching out some of the hottest, humidest air known to man. It's not that bad when you are walking about, but it's no weather for trying to enjoy your cheese sandwich.
Favorite Dish: The veggie burgers are very good here.