The Best Date Night Restaurants in St. Augustine

A romantic night out in America’s oldest city, St. Augustine, offers up a variety of tasty dining choices for any couple ready to make the most of their special night. These restaurants are also great options if you’re staying at a nearby St. Augustine B&B for a romantic getaway. This list covers restaurants with upscale service as well as the everyday diner-style menu, plus a few unique options in between.

Llama Restaurant
Peruvian food made by a family passionate about sharing their love of their culture and traditional dishes. Their dinner service lasts only four hours and they close one night a week. Management encourages making reservations ahead of time since they often reach capacity.

Harry’s Seafood Bar And Grill
The¬†classic coast-inspired menu at Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grill has kept customers coming back since it first opened in 1987. With dishes styled after New Orleans cuisine, Harry’s flavor profiles and service standards focus on giving everything a little extra and making sure the good times roll in true Cajun spirit.

Present Moment Cafe
Couples interested in St. Augustine’s vegan and raw foods options can visit Present Moment Cafe. The restaurant also practices other sustainable principles such as using non-toxic cleaners and renewable products. They label each dish on their menu according to wheat content and whether or not the dish is entirely raw or has non-GMO soy.

Collage Restaurant
Celebrating eclectic and award-winning international dishes, Collage’s menu sets itself up to turn the table on the traditional surf and turf style. They use scratch-kitchen cooking with fresh ingredients and local sourcing for seafood and produce when available.

Prohibition Kitchen
Taking cues from the Jazz Age and its vintage style of dark wood and distressed metal, Prohibition Kitchen serves up gastropub dishes made in seasonal rotation with the local ingredients available. The bar vibe and live music can certainly turn it up a few notches on date night.

Blackfly, The Restaurant
At Blackfly, they take the farm-to-table idea out to sea and make their menu according to what daily specials the market supplies fresh to them. Every day is different and you won’t always find the traditional seafood dishes. While their menu has a more predictable selection too, the fun of surprise depends on what specialties the chefs put on display for that day.

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