St. Augustine is a port town and as such we offer fresh, off-the-docks seafood! The sit-down eatery has a small and tasteful menu made up of the market’s seafood picks, and you can always look forward to finding crab truffles, a day by day fish burger, and a Nova Scotian lobster roll made with simply the correct amount of mayo.

Actually all these restaurants are open for each lunch and dinner and I highly suggest their food, their service, and for probably the most part have found them to be very pet-friendly, once more with the caveat that pets needs to be nicely mannered.

This is not to say the others on the town will not be equally good – or higher – however just that we’ve limited funds and belt loop areas….. So, seek advice from the websites provided (where applicable – not all eating places have their very own web sites), and search the Chamber of Commerce and Tourism web sites for extra details about further restaurants and knowledge!

Anthony’s has a scrumptious menu revolving primarily around seafood but they also supply beef dishes as well as salads, their famous clam chowder (served in a bread bowl if you’d like), and great seafood selections resembling seafood pastas, salmon burgers, or alder-plank salmon to name however a few.

Easy seafood dishes like salt-cured, lemon-spritzed anchovies draped over slices of buttery bread, and made-for-two platters like ‘œCataplana’ cobia collar with clams and shrimp paired with a glass of txakoli will show that less is extra at this Spanish-type eatery.