Food is always good and a great value! The calzone is a yummy meal for 2 AND they deliver. As someone who is a pizza snob I'm impressed.
Restaurant sits on stilts on the water which was nice. The staff were excellent and atmosphere pleasant. Adult meal will run $18-$25 for entree for dinner. Ordered several things but blackened mahi mahi was the fav.
This was one of the most ineresting and fun places to eat I have ever been to, heres why. The place sits out on the water, at the end of a pier. You can see it from the Bridge of Lions and the Fort and just about anywhere near the water in St. Augustines Old town. It is decorated with a nautical theme, with ship and some pirate decor. The lighting is subtle and makes it feel cozy, and relaxing. The food is priced comparable to The Outback, some things maybe a bit more, and choices range from Steaks and Chicken dishes to Salads and Pastas. Here is the cool part... When you order your food, the server brings you a cutting board with some bread for you to eat (like Outback) but then, they also give you a basket of old breads and bagels. This is not for you to eat! There are little trap doors next to your table if you sit near any of the windows that surround the building and you can drop pieces of bread down the hole and feed the fish below! Of course where there is random bread being tossed, there are seagulls! So you kinda have to throw fast or try to trick the birds so that the GIANT catfish below can get some bread! If you dine when it starts to get dark and later, the birds fly away and go home. And you are left with the fish. They literally come out of the water to get the bread! The quality of the food is excellent, and you get to entertain yourself! If you are in St. Augustine's Old Town, give it a try you will be glad you did!
We happened upon this place and really enjoyed it. We took our two daughters and arrived a little after 5pm on a weeknight. There was no wait at all. The food was delicious and a very large portion! The girls passed the time between ordering and food arriving by feeding the birds and fish out the trap doors. I loved them being able to feed the wildlife while not having to beat them away from our table - really great idea. The girls are already asking if we can go back next year!
beautiful ocean front restaurant inside could use a little update but the food all very locally inspired home cooking kids loved feeding the fish with bread provided