St. Augustine Journals

St. Augustine: The Nation’s Oldest City

A May 2005 trip to St. Augustine by Dutchnatasja

Mill Top Tavern Photo, St. Augustine, Florida More Photos
Quote: For the history buff, there's no better place to explore than St. Augustine. America's oldest city was founded in 1513 by Ponce De Leon.

Mi Casa Cafe

Restaurant | "Mi Casa"

Mi Casa Cafe Photo, St. Augustine, Florida
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Mi Casa is a little bar/bistro on George Street. The atmosphere is very laid-back. But that's the reason we like this place. It's a small entry, but it has a garden where you can sit and enjoy the live music. The trees give you some shade, which can be nice on a hot summer day. You can also eat inside. We love this place and we visit Mi Casa every time when we are in St. Augustine. The menu is simple, the food is good, and the beer is cold. With some music it's perfect for us.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on April 11, 2006

Mi Casa Cafe
69 Saint George Street
St. Augustine, Florida 32084
(904) 824-9317

Mill Top Tavern

Restaurant

Mill Top Tavern Photo, St. Augustine, Florida
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Mill Top Tavern is a local favorite. The building is over 115 years old. The mill Top Tavern has live music every day. This cool little place is all about the atmosphere. It has an open-air deck seating, which offers you a good view. You can watch the pedestrians on George Street. The outside area is small and is also the smoking area. I like this place because it’s upstairs and you can feel the breeze through your hair. We didn’t have lunch here, but the beer tasted good!Extra information:

Directions: The Mill Top Tavern is located in the Old City, at the old Water Wheel.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on April 11, 2006

Mill Top Tavern
19 1/2 St. George Street
St. Augustine, Florida 32084
(904) 829-2329