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Casa Maya

  • 22 Hypolita St. Map It
  • St. Augustine
  • Latin American

Known for

  • Fresh seafood
  • Mayan soup with avocado and crispy tortillas
  • Weekend breakfast

Published 07/06/2017

Fodor's Review

Latin-inspired cuisine abounds in the nation's oldest city, but Casa Maya has created a niche—and passionate following—with fresh, eclectic cuisine from Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. Everything is made from scratch here, from the sauces and marinades to the mixers for unique cocktails such as the cucumber jalapeño margarita. Daily specials might include pork and chicken tamales (prepared at home by chef-owner Karla Barrera), or fresh local cobia with tequila-marinated shrimp, mango corn salsa, and chipotle sauce. The Mayan soup is a must—fresh vegetables, avocado chunks, and crispy tortillas in a light vegetable broth. The two-story restaurant has three seating areas—a shaded ground-level courtyard, a second-story deck overlooking the street, and a rustic indoor dining room. Weekend breakfasts are a special treat, offering items such as chilaquiles and sweet-potato pancakes.

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22 Hypolita St., St. Augustine, Florida, 32084, USA

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Published 07/06/2017


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