Ross Dress for Less

440 C B L Dr
Saint Augustine, FL 32086
(904) 829-5282
We are based in St. Augustine, Florida. We are a retail apparel and home accesories store. Our firm operates around 1,500 stores, of which 953 are located in 27 states and Guam. 
We cater to women and men between the ages of 18 to 54. We offer quality, in-season, name brand and designer apparel, acccesories, footwear and home fashions for the entire family.
We give you the same name brands at a fraction of the price!
For more information, please visit our website at

Kingfish Grill

252 Yacht Club Dr
Saint Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 824-2111


We have been established since 2005. We are located right on the docks of Camachee Cove Marina. we offer amazing waterfront views and have both inside and outside dining. We have a full-service restaurant that offers a range of food items.

Our menu offers a variety of starters that includes baked artichoke dip, fried shrimp, baked oysters, tortillas, chips, rolls, crab cakes and stuffed portobello mushrooms. It includes sesame-seared yellowfin tuna, filet mignon, garlic-encrusted goat cheese, soups salads, scallops, fish and pasta dishes. 

We have tasteful desserts that include key lime pie, chocolate cake and cheesecake. With your desserts, you can even enjoy delicious cocktails as well!

Come enjoy some of the freshest seafood in such a relaxed setting.

For more information, please visit our website at


Mango Mango's


700 A1a Beach Blvd
Saint Augustine, FL 32080
(904) 461-1077
We have been established since 2004. We are located in Saint Augustine, Florida right on the beach. We offer a range of dining options for local people and travelers.
Our menu features teriyaki chicken kebobs, chicken wings, cheese toasts, and Caribbean spinach and artichoke dips. It also serves Caesar, garden and Jamaican salmon salads. We specialize in sweet potato skins, chicken wraps and beer-battered onion rings.
There is a selection of wines, such as cabernet sauvignon, pinot grigio, chardonnay, merlot, riesling, shiraz and zinfandel. 
For more information, please visit our website at



Caps On the Water

 4325 Myrtle Street
Saint Augustine FL 32084
(904) 824-8794

This is how the real Florida used to look. A drive along scenic coastal highway A1A takes you to Cap’s on the Water. Cap’s is a waterfront restaurant located between Ponte Vedra and Saint Augustine.
We prepare new coastal cuisine, pairing fresh local seafood with traditional Southern, as well as Mediterranean flavors.
A large outdoor deck, a sunset oyster bar, a full bar and an intimate indoor dining room, all offer breathtaking views of the Intracoastal Waterway. For the occasional days that our weather is not filled with sunshine, we have covered and heated seating on our deck.
In 2010 Cap’s was voted number one for service, wine list and outdoor dining by the local newspaper.


St. George Inn

4 St. George Street #101, St. Augustine, Florida 32084



The St. George Inn is located in the heart of the Old Town district of St. Augustine on the historic, pedestrian-only St. George Street. We are within easy walking distance of most of St. Augustine’s historic sites and diverse restaurants, and the surrounding area offers sandy beaches, scenic parks and many outdoor recreational opportunities.

Our unique property has twenty-five rooms and suites, many with balconies, rocking chairs and views of the Castillo de San Marco, the City Gate, The Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse and Matanzas Inlet. Our rooms combine the personal service and friendly ambiance of a bed-and-breakfast with the privacy and elegance of a small hotel. While offering all of the charm of a historic St. Augustine, FL Hotel, we also provide contemporary conveniences including wireless internet access, private baths, in-room refrigerators and coffee-makers, and a complimentary European style continental breakfast.

Our friendly, professional staff will welcome you to the Inn and will help make your visit to St. Augustine a pleasant and memorable experience.


The St. Francis Inn

279 Saint George St, St. Augustine, Florida 32084
Toll-free: 1-800-824-6062
Tel: (904) 824-6068 • Fax: (904) 810-5525
Mobile Site:

The St Francis Inn is an historic bed & breakfast with old world charm, located in the nation's oldest city, Saint Augustine Florida. Individually decorated rooms and suites grace the Inn . The peaceful and private walled garden is a favorite place to unwind. Gourmet full breakfasts, private balconies and porches, swimming pool, bicycles and evening socials add to the ambiance.

Each room or suite in this historic bed & breakfast hotel is unique. All have private baths, antiques or reproduction furniture, central heat and air-conditioning, telephones, double, queen or king sized beds, and color cable TV. Several have fireplaces and spacious whirlpool tubs. Many rooms also have a refrigerator. Our suites have queen-sized sleeper sofas in the sitting rooms. Our cottage is ideal for a family or for two couples.


St. Augustine Scenic Cruise

(904) 824-1806 | (800) 542-8316 |

Relax and enjoy a one hour and fifteen minute cruise aboard the Victory III. Narrated tours by the Captain provide an incomparable way to view St. Augustine’s historical landmarks and natural sites of interest.



St. Augustine Pirate Musuem

Unless you've been scouring the seas for pillage and plunder for the past 20 years, chances are you've heard something about Pat Croce. You may know him as a physical therapist, entrepreneur, former president of the Philadelphia 76ers, motivational speaker, writer, Olympic commentator or national TV star. But what you may not know is that Pat loves pirates.

It's not clear where the fascination started, but locked away in Pat Croce's vault is a relic that offers some clues. Among his most important personal documents sits a ruler he has kept since grade school. Right on the face is an ink-carved skull and crossbones of the Jolly Roger, the key symbol of his life long passion.

After Pat got a little older, he rediscovered his love of pirate history after viewing the 1935 silver screen epic Captain Blood, in which Errol Flynn, enslaved by the British for saving the life of a traitor, escapes and avenges his capture by becoming a fierce Caribbean pirate.

Later in life, Pat succeeded by using the same drive in his career, which has included such feats as starting the first hospital-based sports medicine center in the country, building his own physical injury rehabilitation empire with 40 centers in 11 states, and taking over the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team as part owner and president on a thrilling journey from worst to first (1996-2001).

But even with business booming and life's demands, Pat's fascination with pirate history has never ceased. At an auction house early on, he discovered a first edition English-language copy of Alexander Exquemelin's book The Buccaneers of America. Remembering the passion he felt for pirate history as a kid, he placed the winning bid, turning it into the cornerstone of what was to become one of the largest collections of pirate artifacts in the world.

After purchasing a vacation home in Key West, Florida, he decided to share his love of pirate history and his ever-growing collection of artifacts with everyone at the Pirate Soul Museum.

After a successful 5-year run in Key West, Pat decided it was time to move to another pirate stronghold: St. Augustine, Florida. Pirates such as Sir Francis Drake and Robert Searles who frequented the nation's oldest city and the Spanish fort, the Castillo de San Marcos, played a major role in the history of pirates and Colonial America.

The St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum offers an educational, exciting, and timber-shivering museum experience that transports you and your family back in time over 300 years to Port Royal, Jamaica, at the height of the Golden Age of Piracy.


St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum

Climb to the top of the lighthouse tower for a majestic view of the nation's oldest city and the Atlantic Ocean while a historic interpreter tells about the changing coastline and its impact on ships over the city's long history. Discover the origins of the modern commercial shirmping industry that brought shrimp to dinner tables all over the world at the exhibit, Northeast Florida Shrimping: Foundations of a Global Enterprise. View traditional wooden boat building (call for specific times) and learn about the different types of vessels used in the area.

Kids* can play in our walk-in kaleidoscope and learn the science of how the lighthouse works, learn to tie sailor's knots, and be the captain of their ship in our play shipyard.

81 Lighthouse Ave
St. Augustine, FL 32080

(904) 829-0745


S.A.F.E. Pet Rescue

S.A.F.E. Pet Rescue, Inc. was founded in September 2008 with the goal of saving adoptable dogs and cats from euthanasia in Northeast Florida.

Each week hundreds of healthy and very adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and pups are euthanized simply because their time in a shelter has run out. We focus our efforts on rescuing adoptable pets from facilities that are unable to house them indefinitely.

SAFE works with various animal control agencies in an effort to help them place more animals in homes. We visit the shelters and take these wonderful adoptable animals home to begin new lives. These pets reside in SAFE foster homes until they are permanently adopted. In our first year of operation, S.A.F.E. saved over 500 animals, and to date, we have saved over 4,000 lives!

All of our pets are spayed/neutered and vaccinated prior to being adopted. Cats are FELV/FIV negative and dogs are heartworm tested. We require a $60 adoption fee for cats and a $75 adoption fee for dogs to help cover our expenses.

Please consider adopting your next pet through SAFE. Or, you can help by fostering, volunteering, or donating to help support us. If you think you can't make a difference, just look at the difference we are making in the lives of these wonderful, living, breathing pets. We have given these animals a new lease on life. Please help!

Phone: 904-460-0556


P.O. Box 840215St. Augustine, FL 32080


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