We’ve all heard the saying: “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” And guess what? That just may be true! It’s important to begin your day with good food and there’s no better way than to buy some food in St. Augustine.
Known as the oldest city in the United States, St. Augustine has a lively restaurant scene and the chefs here are absolutely untouchable.
Maple Street Biscuit Company
Talk about breakfast! Maple Street Company does sell moist, buttery biscuits but the menu has so much more.
Check out “The Bluegrass Grits Bowl.” These stone-ground grits have cream cheese and butter in them. But have you ever had bacon in your grits? It’s topped with pecan wood smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, a sunny-side-up egg, and just a dash of hot sauce (if you want it)!
After opening their diner doors in St. Augustine in 1992, Metro Diner has become an award-winning spot.
It’s ideal for breakfast since they have a wide range of options. Our go-to has to be the Cream Chicken and Veggies Waffle. The waffle is made from-wait for it…stuffing! The chicken is so tender and the veggies are cooked perfectly in a cream sauce. All of this over mashed potatoes too!
Now, would you deny a meal like this?
Don’t you love going to a cozy spot? If you’re going out for breakfast, you’re going to have to do it right. Make the right decision at Anastasia Kitchen! Their food is not only delicious, but it’s affordable, too!
And hat’s off to Sheila, who is not only the head chef, but the server, manager, and everything else!
Who says you have to have specific meals during breakfast? PK’s menu is way too good to just pick one thing in the morning.
We suggest exploring your options and trying things like their Crispy Wings, Roasted Tomato Tartare, or Shrimp & Dumplings! The PK Poutine is also a good pick, too.
This cool meal consists of fries, smoked cheddar, and shaved pork belly. And it’s only right that they add sour cream and chives on top!
Welcome to The Spot Cafe: a restaurant that has been winning hearts since 2009!
The Spot Cafe has a type of charm that fits St. Augustine. It’s old school, and still just as beautiful as the day it was founded. One of the most popular dishes here is The Southerner.
Imagine this: two biscuits smothered with savory sausage gravy, two eggs, cheddar cheese, and crispy home fries or smoothish grits. You can get a full order or half order. But honestly-just get the full order!