There are so many interesting shops with odds and ends and shops with the typical souvenirs, and historical buildings such as the old school house. Lots of good places to eat, too. I recommend The Prohibition Kitchen for food.
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busy and fun but not overcrowded. good variety, something for everyone. Liked the way restaurants were mixed in.
Strolling along this pedestrian street is great fun. Restaurants hawk their food unabashedly. Lots of interesting stores plus a number of colonial (17/18th century) houses which have been faithfully restored. A good place to have lunch. Lively at night
My family and I visited St. Augustine in July for a few days. Our group consisted of three adults and five grandchildren ages 8 through 18. We used the trolley and one of our stops was St. George Street. We visited the Oldest Wooden School...More
its always fun to take a stroll down ast George St . It's closed to cars so easy when with children, filled with shops and restaurants and museums. Even a bed and breakfast and don't miss the Columbia Restaurant or Prohibition Kitchen for lunch or...More
St:George Street is a bustling fun filled Street that's easy to stroll -It's in the center of the old city, where you can shop, eat well (food for every pallet) and enjoy the beautiful history that surrounds you 😎🍷🌺🍴🍤🎷👣 takes you all the way to...More
St. Augustine is such a quaint place to be. Lots of cobble stone streets to visit neat little stores, wonderful restaurants, especially Hyppo ice cream bars.
My husband & I went here for the day on the recommendation of several friends & we were not disappointed. Lots of things to see & do. Lots of shopping & restaurants all around.