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Fill ‘er Up

by Damon Noisette // photo by Agnes Lopez Occupying an unassuming location in a former filling station just over St. Augustine’s Bridge of Lions on Anastasia Island, GAS Full Service Restaurant fully embraces the origin of the building, with elements of chrome, a concrete shop floor, gas pump door handles out front, and car art […]

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Whiteway Delicatessen

1237 King St., 389-0355 Back in late 2008, Whiteway Deli moved—well, sort of. It relocated about a block away and the interior layout in the new spot is almost exactly the same as before. Change doesn’t come easily to an 80-year-old community institution. The breakfast and lunch menus reflect that. Eggs, grits, bacon, toast, hash […]

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Luigi’s Italian & American Restaurant

5912 University Blvd., 731-0338 This year marks the 37th that pizzas and pasta have been served from the kitchen at Luigi’s, a neighborhood eatery that pleases with traditional Italian classics. The pizzas topped with the standards—pepperoni, homemade sausage, onions and green peppers—provide a brisk take-out business. And entrées are downright cheap. In fact, $14 gets […]

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Gypsy Cab Co

828 Anastasia Blvd., St. Augustine, 824-8244 This Oldest City culinary pioneer opened its doors in 1983. Over the years, the place has grown and new things have been added here and there. However, on the whole, the recipe for success has remained the same. The menu covers lots of ground and draws upon a melange […]

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Beach Road Chicken Dinners

Time was when there was really only one road to take for a direct route to the beach. And Beach Road Chicken was the place to stop for a bite after a day at the shore. That was back in the 1930s. But Beach Road keeps chugging on, turning out thousands of pieces of crispy […]

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Beech Street Grill

The mansion in which the Beech Street Grill is located is more than 120 years old, where guests can relive the grandeur of the Victorian era as it was meant to be enjoyed. Noted for its bay windows and two-story verandas, this fine dining destination is an Amelia Island landmark. The menu is comprehensive, from […]

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Bono's Pit Bar-B-Q

  Few topics of discussion bring impassioned opinions to the surface faster than barbecue. That magical combination of heat, smoke and sauce was perfected at the city’s original Bono’s way back in 1948. They’ve been preparing beef, pork, chicken, turkey and sausage ever since, and the legendary Harvey Green has been chopping meat behind the […]

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The Homestead Restaurant

The famed Copper Top Bar at the Homestead is enough to make the restaurant worthy of induction. First opened in the late 1940s, the Homestead has soldiered on through ownership changes and economic hardships. Yet, the establishment remains true to its culinary roots. Fried chicken, country fried steak, chicken and dumplings—we hope she never goes away. […]

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