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Since its auspicious beginnings with the First Mass and Thanksgiving meal, the culinary scene on Florida’s Historic Coast is the stuff of legends. And when the Atlantic Ocean is your front yard and vast farmlands are your back yard, you get to enjoy the freshest, local-caught seafood and farm-to-fork produce anywhere. Here are a few places you might want to explore.
Harry's Seafood Bar & Grill
Harry's Seafood Bar & Grill is a classic on everyone’s must-do list, especially when you can sit outside in the courtyard under twinkling lights and listen to some live music as you enjoy seafood, steaks, pasta, and authentic New Orleans dishes. Don’t miss the New Orleans-style shrimp and pasta chicken Louisianne as you sip on a hand-crafted Hurricane.
Meehan's Irish Pub & Seafood House
This local favorite on the waterfront in downtown St. Augustine, Meehan's Irish Pub & Seafood House, is famous for its Fish and Chips, Shepherd’s Pie, and fresh Oysters. The view from the balcony is just as fascinating as it overlooks the bayfront, the iconic Castillo, and the Bridge of Lions. Try the Backyard at Meehan's where an Island Cafe and Tropical Bar await you and your furry friend.
Gaufre's & Goods
As you make your way to Aviles Street, stopping at clothing stores and art galleries, take a break at Gaufre’s & Goods on Charlotte Street. Here you can nosh on authentic Polish food, perogies, and waffles made fresh daily.
People come from all around to dine at Columbia. Family-owned for more than 115 years, the Columbia Restaurant has earned acclaim for old-world charm and award-winning Spanish/Cuban cuisine and wine. Classics from Paella and Cuban sandwiches to black bean soup and the 1905 salad are a perfect accompaniment to their famous Sangria. Enjoy century-old family recipes in Mediterranean-style dining rooms decorated with hundreds of hand-painted tiles.