St Augustine

St Augustine. The oldest European city in the United States.



J. P. Henley’s

If you are the beer type then J. P. Henley’s is the place for you. With over 55 beers on tap and plenty of bottled beers too you’ll find what you are looking for at the end of a great sail.


Do you like Calamari?

There are a number of places the get calamari in St Augustine. Some have the standard frozen fare while others go the extra tentacle.

Hurricane Patty’s – Lewis Boulevard, St Augustine

Fresh cut at Hurricane Patty’s the calamari was heavily breaded seems and the marinara a bit too sweet for my taste. On a more positive note, the calamari was cooked perfectly (rings only) and it was a generous portion for $7.99.

Sakura Asain Cuisine’s – San Marco, St Augustine

Hand cut, perfectly cooked, fried with tempura, the calamari was delicious! We were however disappointed that for $7 there were only 6 pieces. Not worth their price.

Florida Cracker – St George Street, St Augustine

Spicy fried, dusted in a homemade spicy flour .  Lightly fried, good portion, delicious and perfectly battered, spicy yet not too hot.  Very good with ranch and comes with spicy salsa.  $7.00 and well worth it!

OC White’s – Avenida Menendez, St Augustine

Lightly fried and topped with leaks, served with marinara.  $9.95, good portion and flavorful.

A1A – Avenida Menendez, St Augustine

Hand cut, tender and lightly breaded, they did not have much flavor.  $9.95, decent portion and served with Marinara and Wasabi sauce.