Flavors of Florida’s Historic Coast: Restaurant Deals 500 Years in the Making

By: Dalia Colon

ADD TO FAVORITES

These restaurant deals were 500 years in the making.

Chefs and home cooks know it takes years to perfect a signature dish. Lucky for us, St. Augustine had a head start.

Just in time for Florida’s 500th anniversary, the country’s oldest-recognized city presents the 2013 Flavors of Florida’s Historic Coast. Oct. 1 to 31, with nearly two-dozen restaurants offering pre-fixe three-course meals at special prices.

Sample the fare of Old Florida, such as Spanish Caesar Salad (part of the $30 three-course dinner at Avilés Restaurant and Lounge) and Key Lime Pie (part of the $25 three-course menu at Aunt Kate’s); or discover new favorites, like South Beach Pasta (part of the $14.99 three-course lunch menu at South Beach Grill) or the Mahi Reuben Sandwich (part of the $20 three-course lunch menu at the Reef).

Not full yet? Flavors of Florida’s Historic Coast brings with it a smorgasbord of foodie events throughout October. And for a place to crash after all that good eatin’, check out these lodging offers.

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