St. Augustine Nightlife and Entertainment

Nightlife and Entertainment in Historic Downtown St. Augustine & St. Augustine Beach

St. Augustine Amphitheatre

St. Augustine Amphitheatre, lovingly known as The Amp, is located on Anastasia Island, across the bridge from downtown St. Augustine and just 0.5 miles from the beach. Embraced by the natural landscape of Anastasia State Park, The Amp provides a beautiful setting for an incredible concert experience.



Tasting Tour 

Each location has been hand selected to ensure the ultimate tour experience. Indulge in some of the best local cuisine, perfectly paired with delicious wine, and thoroughly enjoyed by all who appreciate a true 'foodie' adventure!


Odd Birds  

We are a local's favorite full restaurant, bar and event venue, where the rule is oddness in a relax and chill environment. Located at 200 Anastasia Boulevard in St. Augustine, Florida.


Forgotten Tonic 

Forgotten Tonic is a hidden neighborhood gem located in the heart of St. Augustine's historic art district . We feature modern twists on freshly prepared American comfort food, an extensive wine list, hand-crafted cocktails & captivating southern hospitality.


Spinster Abbot's

We're here to be your neighborhood staple, where residents and vistitors alike can find locallt-sourced fresh and value-added foods, household basics, coffee, grab-and-go options, and a regional selection of beer and wine to enjoy onsite or to take home.

It's a place where neighbors can stop in when they run out of a kitchen basic, vistors can find what they need for a picnic while exploring St. Augustine, and all who are thirsty can find a drink in a relaxed enivronment of modern Southern hospitality.

Come to Spinster Abbot;s to find home in good food and a full glass, surrounded bt new and old friends alike.


Prohibition Kitchen

Prohibition Kitchen is serving up music and style on St. George Street. This 1920s and Prohibition-era themed pub offers generous portions of locally-sourced bar food, craft cocktails. and live music every night.


Casa Reina

Located on the bay front at the foot of the Bridge of Lions, Casa Reina is inspired by the flavors of Mexican, Latin American and Florida Coastal cuisine. Our diverse menu features traditional favorites with a contemporary twist- perfectly paired with an impressive selection of tequila, mexcal and craft cocktails. Whether you are looking for an intimate dinner on the waterfront or meeting friends for cocktails on our expansive rooftop, everyone is welcome at the Queen's table.



San Sebastian Winery Upstairs Wine, Jazz & Blues Bar

San Sebastian Winery, founded in 1996 is located at 157 King Street, St. Augustine, Florida in one of Henry Flagler’s old East Coast Railway buildings located just a few blocks from historic downtown. American wine, dating back to 1562.


St. Augustine Ghost Tours 

Prepare yourself for a Frightseeing Adventure like no other as your resident Ghost Host shares tales both true and truly unnerving of the city's tumultuous past.



Here at Sarbez! we LOVE craft beer. We have the local stuff, the not-so-local stuff, and even some weird stuff. We even have regular beer, that you know... isn't craft beer. The domestic American stuff, and some of that fancy-schmancy foreign stuff.


Scarlett O’Haras

Winning "Best Bar" by Folio Magazine for the eighth year in row, Scarlett O'Hara's is a St. Augustine tradition! Located in the heart of Old Town, Scarlett's is a fun place for casual southern fare, award winning BBQ and great cocktails with a beautiful outside deck and bar.


Tini Martini

Now enjoy a selection of martinis al fresco as you relax overlooking Matanzas Bay on the verandah, or inside at our cozy bar or private tables. Wine lovers will enjoy our selection of vintages by the glass, and several fine single malt Scotch choices. And beer afficinados won’t be disappointed either, with many distinctive brews to choose from. Relax at our St. Augustine Bar and be sure to join us at the “Tini”.



The Conch House- The Tavern 

The Tavern was located just west of the Conch House on Anastasia boulevard, just before the bridge of lions. If you ask any of the old timers, they would tell you this was the place to go. Originally opened as a gambling house, until gambling was outlawed, it became a restaurant and bar serving  fresh seafood and the best fried shrimp. We still use the fried shrimp recipe as my great grandfather did back then.