As you cross the Bridge of Lions into Historic St. Augustine, you see a resturant sititng on a pier all by itself to your left. Many times I visited St. Augustine with friends and passed by it.... more
No lunch menu as site says , over priced for portion size. VERY limited menu, also no steaks as site says. Was not at all impressed , have eaten better at a Chinese buffet. Plus their menu says 18%... more
On a rain-drenched night in St. Augustine, we waited for a break in the deluge before sneaking down the street from Meehan's to Harry's. When we arrived we quickly found our way to the small bar and... more
9/8/12- This place ruined my brothers wedding reception. From the setup, to the food, the staff absolutely horrible. Served guests appetizers while people were sitting. There were live maggots in the... more
I went to Scarlet's today, for my son's 16th birthday. There were 4 of us total, myself, my son and 2 of his friends. One of my son's friends had bought a trick nail in the nose. He walked in with it... more
the columbia st. augustine, is one of several branches of the famous columbia of ybor city in tampa. the original columbia was established in 1905 in ybor city, the cigar making area of tampa. i have... more
Dining at Caps is all about the ambiance. The restaurant is situated on the inter-coastal with outdoor seating among a canopy of twisted oak draped with Spanish moss. The view across the water is... more
As a local - I've been going here for a year years. AMAZING location - but it stops there. Service is hit or miss. Some wait staff truly understands and values giving prompt courteous service (such as... more
Friends took us out to this beach bar/restaurant. The outside tables were full so we sat inside. Service was uneven, but the food was good and was not expensive.
The restaurant is right on the beach.... more
During our four-day trip from Pennsylvania to Tampa, Florida, Raintree was easily the best food and best service we enjoyed along the route. We were a little under-dressed for our visit, as we really... more
This place is kind of set back from the main drag of St. George Street, but the smell of fresh bread and cookies baking is enough to draw you in...it's inexpensive and a great stop if you're hungry... more
One Man Band was good! Service was OK. Food was good! Beware though, your tip is included even though the check has the total (including tip) on the "pre-tip" line of the receipt. Waitress almost got... more
The Gypsy Cab Co. prints it's menu Daily. I almost feel like I don't need to add anything to this review after that, but I will.
This is a great place to enjoy some truly original, eclectic cuisine... more
While looking for a place to have brunch on a Sunday Afternoon, I came across La Pentola's. The atmosphere looked elegant and nice. The food was great. BUT: I noticed that no employees were smiling... more
During my several visits, I enjoyed the food and the nice service. The family oriented atmosphere blended with the live latin entertainment makes it a unforgetable experience. I love this spot and the... more
Matanzas Inlet Restaurant is about as "old Florida" as one can get. Nighttime waterfront dining on the patio adjacent to the Matanzas Inlet (hence the name), is a special treat -- and one that can't... more
This is a story more about the man that owns this place, than it is about the food.
Is it a dumpy restaurant? Yes.
Does your stomach tense a little bit as you walk in? Yes.
Will you question the... more
An excellent crab shack we stumbled upon. A little out of the way, but well worth the visit. Fried platters are heaping trays of seafood, "boil" (corn, sausage, broccoli, red potatoes, mushrooms),... more
le pavillion is a very good continental restaurant located just north of the historic area on US 1 north. the le pavillion offers a number of german dishes as well as american fare. very good food and... more
Crucial Coffe is owned by a South African woman, Wendy Relph. They also serve chocolates and pasteries. It's very small but nice. They are in the process of moving to the end of their small street in... more
We passed the Jean Marie at the dock where it was being renewed for the summer season. We haven't eaten aboard.
The company apparently has two boats. On the Jean Marie, you eat aboard and the other... more
According to a local we met, the Bunnery is the best place for a quick, solid breakfast in the Old Town area. We took his advice and ventured down the street for a late morning breakfast. When we... more
I must admit this is where I got my first dose of drunkness in college... off their sangria!
This is a tiny little cafe/resturant that serves veggie-German- spanish type food. It is nothing fancy and... more
I admit that I'm not much of a seafood eater, but I did go to Son of a Fish my first night in St. Augustine with a few VTers and an open mind. It was quite good. Some good friends and a bottle of wine... more
St Augustine is the best place in Florida. It doesn't even feel like you are in Florida. It has a long, sorted history involving Greeks, The Spanish, and Pirates. This all creates a very funky vibe....