Knees in the breeze, and on your way to Daytona Beach for Biketoberfest? Well don't forget to stop by the nation's oldest city on your journey! Mellow back roads, major attractions, historic bed and breakfast's - and let's not forget, the best BBQ, seafood, American, and Southern food in Florida! Take advantage of the scenery on old A1A, ride from St. Augustine to Biketoberfest!
Above all else, St. Augustine is a town that enjoys a good meal! Whether you are looking for a steak and martini pairing, or fish & chips washed down by a cold one - you won't leave the Ancient City hungry!
The Raintree is a fine dining restaurant, in the historic district, with a full bar and brunch on Sunday's. Their menu consists of international blends of Mediterranean, American and Asian cuisine.
Pizza Time won the "2nd best pizza" Nation-Wide, which is enough to tell you that they are absolutely number one in St. Augustine for pizza and beer! This establishment is cash only.
Scarlett O' hara's has won "Best Bar," in St. Augustine by Folio magazine for eight years now. This hip bar and food joint serves everything from PO' boys, meatloaf, pulled pork and killer cocktails like the "Mama Said No."
Everyone rests easy in the Ancient City... From the goose-down pillows to historic buildings that are decorated with antiques - it is hard not to have sweet dreams here!
Located on a quiet street in the midst of downtown St. Augustine, A Journey's End, provides complimentary beer, wine, and soda, a personal concierge - all just steps away from our best restaurants and major attractions.
A 1914 restored Mediterranean inn combined with the spectacular Tini Martini bar, Casablanca Inn is located on the bay front of historic Downtown - this inn promises to "transport you to a gentler time."
Beachcomber Cottages is located on Vilano Beach and steps away from the Atlantic. Relax to gentle breezes and the calming ocean, they claim you will spend more time outside than inside.
You will find that the ocean and wildlife of St. Augustine is quite unique! An ecotourism cruise, or Water Tour is educational, adventurous and undoubtedly the best way to experience our waters.
The Tasting tours, a three hour food and wine pairing, are an ideal way to experience much of the Ancient City in just a few hours. This tour was rated #1 for the ‘best activities to do’ by TripAdvisor!
The Amphitheater is a St. Augustine favorite and must-do if you are in the area! The Avett Brothers are playing during the weekend of Biketoberfest their sound is a combination of bluegrass, country, folk, rock and roll, and ragtime.