San Marco is a historic neighborhood located minutes from Downtown. This neighborhood has it all, from trendy restaurants like Taverna and Town Hall to historical landmarks throughout the neighborhood like the Fountain of Lions, and bars for your late-night outing with friends like Grape and Grain Exchange.
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Our day in San Marco starts with a butterscotch bacon doughnut from Good Dough Doughnuts or biscuits and gravy from Maple Street Biscuit Company–and we can’t forget an iced vanilla latte from a local coffee shop like Bold Bean! Once energized, we stroll through the strip, shop at cute boutiques, and make some candles at Wick: A Candle Bar.
Next, we make fuel up at Taverna with an order of Risotto as an appetizer, the house-made fettuccini pasta, the house-made gelato and sorbetto for dessert. We promise you will leave the restaurant truly satisfied. We end the night Grape & Grain Exchange for some incredible drinks!
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You can get a free ride with Beach Buggy or walk to most of the restaurants and stores!
Our most frequently asked questions about San Marco.
There is 3 hour parking around the San Marco neighborhood and some businesses have parking behind their shop. You can also get a free ride with Beach Buggy!