A replica of an 18th-century "publick house," this pub's menu focuses primarily on sandwiches and salads. Since the restaurant was built on the homesite of Francisco Pellicer—a Minorcan carpenter who lived on St. George Street—it's only natural that you'd find a Minorcan-influenced dish, such as the Minorcan clam chowder infused with locally grown peppers. The pub also offers a full bar with beer, wine, and some creative martinis and bloody marys. Both indoor and courtyard
seating are available. There's live music on weekends.
53 St. George St., St. Augustine, Florida, 32084, United States