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From international fare and waterside seafood shacks in St. Augustine to fine dining in the top-notch resorts of Ponte Vedra, ours is a culinary...Read more

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Red Couch Chronicles:  Head-less

Red Couch Chronicles: Head-less

As night approaches in old St. Augustine, Dad decides the spooky tale of Chief Osceola's missing head is the perfect way to entertain the family. When a severed head loses its appeal, Dad quickly redeems himself. How? Ice cream on St. George Street! The perfect ending to another perfect day on Florida's Historic Coast where our history is not the same old story.

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Fresh seafood, year-round farm-fresh produce, spicy favorites featuring the destination’s signature datil peppers, Spanish tapas and the very best in New World cuisine are just a few of the culinary delights enjoyed by visitors to Florida’s Historic Coast.
In St. Augustine's early days, St. George Street was the main street, and today the thoroughfare is still considered the heart of the city. Here, visitors find historic attractions and some of the restaurants, galleries, bakeries and shops for which the city is famous. However, no trip to the Nation's Oldest City would be complete without time spent traversing some of the roads less traveled. St. George is just one of many enchanting streets that make up the city's historic downtown district.
St. Augustine, one of the oldest settlements in the United States, hosts beautiful beaches, historic landmarks, and access to some of the freshest catches from the Atlantic Ocean. The next time you take a vacation in Florida, consider stopping by historic St. Augustine for some of the best fine-dining seafood restaurants on the East Coast.
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