Capt. Jacks was always a favorite of tourists and locals for years, but they are permanently closed now and the building is for sale. It's sad to see some of the old St. Augustine icons close their doors...
Located inside Anastasia State Park, this little take-out joint is so convienent when you are beachin' it. Funnel Cakes are out of this world...they also have fish tacos and burgers and dogs.
Sluggers is a great place to get a quick, no frills breakfast for a really good price. Nothing fancy, just the basics, but the coffee is decent and the staff is really friendly.
At Harbor View Cafe you can get a fairly decent breakfast for a very reasonable price. They offer staple breakfast items: pancakes, bacon and eggs, french toast, etc. Not a good place to go if you are on a health kick, as the food can be a bit greasy.
Old City House is located in the heart of the historic district in a beautiful Inn. The food is pretty amazing, try the Asian Crab stuffed salmon or the curried shrimp with jasmine rice. Staff and owners are detail oriented and hospitable.
Mango Mangos offers a nice variety of Island inspired foods. Their yucca fries and coconut sauce are sublime. The coconut shrimp are always fried just right--and where else can you get fried plantains?
Whenever we host a large event, some of the food product comes from St. Johns Food Service. They are locally owned and operated and will usually throw in some perks for a good cause. They offer quality frozen foods.
Fusion Point has the best sushi in town. They offer a wide variety of Asian inspired foods, including Thai, Chinese and Japanese. They also have lots of vegetarian food, too.
I'm not a big fan of the buffet to begin with, but this place was scary. It was pretty dirty and the food was not very good, especially the seafood dishes!
Blue planet has an extensive selection of local and organic fruits and veggies. They also have a great smoothie/ lunch bar. They have a small grocery area that carries and nice selection of staple health foods.