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St. Augustine is famous throughout the U.S. for being the Nation's Oldest City, but another huge draw to our coast is our local cuisine. Luckily, many of our local eateries continue to feed the community amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Additionally, during these trying times, many of the St. Augustine Historic Inns continue to serve their guests with hospitality, care, and cleanliness. While the ancient streets, historic grounds of the Castillo, and sidewalks of the bay are still walk-able, a lot has changed in St. Augustine – including places to eat. Luckily, we've compiled a list of places to eat in the Historic District of St. Augustine that are open during coronavirus diseases (COVID-19).
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Open Places to Eat in the Historic District

The following restaurants are located in the Historic District are within walking distance or a short drive away from each of the St. Augustine Historic Inns.
La Harencia Cafe | (904) 829-9487
LuLi's Cupcakes | (904) 824-5280
Maple Street Biscuit Company | (904) 217-7814
Michael's | (904) 810-2400
One Twenty Three Burger House | (904) 687-2790
Preserved | (904) 679-4940
Schmagel's Bagels Downtown | (904) 824-4444
Smokin D's BBQ | (904) 295-8952
South-A-Philly Steaks and Hoagies | (904) 824-0666
St. Augustine Coffee House | (904) 819-1644
The Blue Hen Cafe | (904) 217-3777
The Donut Experiment | (904) 342-2234
The Floridian | (904) 829-0655
The Gourmet Hut | (904) 824-7477
The Hyppo | (904) 217-7853
The Kookaburra | (904) 209-9391
Uptown Swinery | (904) 824-6202
Disclaimer: While the St. Augustine Historic Inns strives to keep all their materials up to date, this information is only accurate as of April 1, 2020. However, please don't let this discourage you from using this list – our local economy depends on the success of small businesses like each of our own Historic Inns as well as the list of restaurants above.

St. Augustine Historic Inns