St. Augustine’s architecture and streets named after famous explorers provide daily evidence of the Spanish influence in America’s oldest city. When Spain sent its fleet, they also delivered the Roman Catholic tradition to the New World’s shores.
Each year, Fort Mose Historic Society hosts a reenactment of the Battle of Bloody Mose for visitors to step back in time and experience what life was like on this fateful day. Learn more about the historical context here.
The 15th Annual St. Augustine Music Festival features two free concerts and an exhibition to celebrate the emancipation of enslaved Americans.
Local Author and Photographer Jennifer W. Jordan releases recipe book Veggin In St. Augustine, featuring vegetarian recipes from St. Augustine restaurants, food trucks, and bed & breakfasts.
The St. Augustine Food + Wine Festival takes place May 6-9, 2021 at World Golf Hall of Fame and the World Golf Village Renaissance Resort and will feature celebrity guest chefs, celebrity winemakers/proprietors, local chefs, artisans, and local craft spirits/beers.
Brunch is trending in St. Augustine eateries! The history behind brunch, Eggs Benedict, and Bloody Marys.
Sharing a love of literature and good Southern food, this blog covers Zora Neale Hurston and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings in St. Augustine.
Founded by the Spanish in 1565, St. Augustine’s food culture has a rich and diverse history — with Spanish, French, Italian, Greek, Minorcan, and other influences over the past 455 years.
A 3-Day Guide for couples that includes historic accommodations, culinary arts, cocktails, historic sites, and cultural tours/visits.
Another St. Augustine first: CHOCOLATE! The first reference to chocolate in North America is from the Spanish ship Nuestra Senora del Rosario del Carmen, which arrived in St. Augustine, Florida with crates of chocolate in 1641.