With more than 450 years of history, dining here is a melting pot influenced by the diverse peoples and cultures that have called this area home since 1565, including Spain, France, Italy, Asia, Mexico and the Caribbean. The countries that make up St. Augustine’s history add to the area’s global cuisine, bringing a world of flavor to northeast Florida.
Southern Living Magazine readers recently selected St. Augustine as the #1 Foodie Town in the South. Enjoy fine dining, eclectic bistros, wine bars, and sidewalk cafes. Discover a variety of tantalizing tastes from oceanfront seafood restaurants, old Florida riverfront hideaways and quaint farm-to-table eateries.
Make yours a moveable feast with several food and wine tours at local establishments like the St. Augustine Distillery, the San Sebastian Winery, and Whetstone Chocolates. Make food your prime objective by visiting during one of the many annual food festivals.
St. Augustine Spanish Food & Wine Festival
St. Augustine Lions Seafood Festival
Taste of St. Augustine Festival
St. Augustine Food + Wine Festival
St. Augustine Greek Festival
Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife
Located midway between Daytona Beach and Jacksonville, Florida’s Historic Coast includes historic St. Augustine, the outstanding golf and seaside elegance of Ponte Vedra, and 42 miles of pristine Atlantic beaches. For information call 1.800.653.2489 or go to the Visitors and Convention Bureau website at www.FloridasHistoricCoast.com. Check us out on Twitter @FlHistoricCoast on Instagram @FloridasHistoricCoast and @ViajaSanAgustin on Facebook.com/OfficialStAugustine and Facebook.com/ViajaSanAgustin. #StAugustine #PonteVedra #FloridasHistoricCoast #ViajaSanAgustin
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