Florida's Historic Coast Travel Planner 2018 - Page 49

Dining & Nightlife Along with year-round fresh seafood, locally grown produce, and spicy dishes featuring the destination’s signature datil pepper, the cultural infl uences of more than 450 years of history—Spanish, Greek, Minorcan, British and French— combined with traditional southern cuisine make St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra Beach and St. Augustine Beach a “must-do” for food fans. A Foodie’s Paradise Where to Dine Waterside Cap’s on the Water, Aunt Kate’s, Salt Life Food Shack, Sunset Grille, South Beach Grill, The Conch House, 619 Ocean View, Barbara Jean’s An Upscale Dining Experience Raintree Restaurant, Villagio Italian Grille, Costa Brava, Aviles Restaurant, Le Pavillon, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Vernon’s and Atlantic Grille Succulent Seafood O.C. White’s Seafood & Spirits, The Reef, Kingfi sh Grill, Barnacle Bill’s, Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grill Local Favorites Gypsy Cab Company, Hot Shot Bakery N Café, Oasis Restaurant, Amici Italian Restaurant, Ice Plant Bar & Restaurant, Cafe Cordova and Trasca & Co. Eatery Keeping it Casual Bull & Crown Publick House, Jaybird’s Restaurant, Pizzalley’s Chianti Room, AIA Ale Works, Smokin’ D’s BBQ, Alice & Pete’s Pub, City Bistro Tea House & Coff ee Co, Ben & Jerry’s and Honey Baked Ham Culturally Unique Cuisine Columbia Restaurant, Michael’s Tasting Room, Meehan’s Irish Pub, Taberna del Caballo, Spanish Bakery, Donovan’s Irish Pub, Ann O’Malleys Deli & Pub, Terra & Acqua, La Cocina, Mulligan’s Pub and American Gator Club. FloridasHistoricCoast.com 47