Columbia Restaurant - Historic St. Augustine
Founded in 1565, St. Augustine is the nation's oldest city, and home to the Columbia Restaurant of St. Augustine, located in the heart of the historic district on St. George Street.
Family-owned and operated for more than 114 years, Columbia has earned acclaim for its old-world charm and award-winning Spanish/Cuban cuisine.
Casual attire is fine, but we don’t allow sleeveless shirts on men.
Join us for century-old family recipes like Paella "a la Valenciana," "Arroz con Pollo “Valenciana,” the Original Cuban Sandwich and fresh seafood specialties. Don’t miss Columbia’s Original “1905” Salad®, prepared tableside. Enjoy an ice cold pitcher of Sangria or Mojitos, or sample a fine Spanish wine.
We are a sister to the Columbia in Tampa's Ybor City, Florida’s Oldest RestaurantSM, founded in 1905. Relax in our Mediterranean-style dining rooms filled with hand-painted tiles and family heirlooms. Children's menu available. Open 365-days a year, including all holidays. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Reservations accepted.
We invite you to visit our gift shop for a selection of unique gifts and accessories. And don't forget to take home "A Taste of Columbia" with our World Famous "1905" dressing, sangria mix, Cuban and American roast coffee, hot sauce and Columbia seasoning. You'll also find a wide variety of unique hand-made and hand painted ceramic pieces imported from Spain.