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LaCURA Salt Spa in Saint Augustine, Florida

salt Now there’s a new way to live the salt life in St Augustine, FL. Check out LaCURA’s new salt room that recently opened on the island  just over the Bridge of Lions.

My mom has been raving about the benefits of salt therapy. She suffers from asthma and swears salt therapy has brought her relief. She has been visiting a salt room in Connecticut and keeps asking me to check it out on my next visit. I was thrilled when I heard a salt room was opening in Saint Augustine. The pollen in Florida is at yet another peak and my allergies are going strong. Move over Claritan, I’m trying salt therapy.

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Romantic Things to do in St Augustine FL

There is a saying in our house “Every Day is Valentine’s Day!” Why? Why not. We don’t really celebrate Valentine’s Day, but we do a lot of fun & romantic things throughout the year. Whether you are a local or you’re visiting, here are some suggestions for fun and romantic things to do in St. Augustine, Florida. Read More→

4th of July Fireworks in St. Augustine FL 2017

It’s that time of the year again! If you’re a fireworks junkie like I am, then you can’t miss the Fireworks over the Matanzas!

The event starts at 6 PM on the 4th of July. There will be a band  at the Plaza for a two-hour show. If you like live music, then the Plaza is the place to be.  They will also be performing some patriotic tunes to keep it festive. It’s free to attend, you may want to bring a blanket or a chair.St Augustine 4th of July Fireworks 2013

The fireworks start at 9:30PM, they will last about 20 minutes.  The show is choreographed to music that can be heard all along the Bayfront, from the Fort to the bridge.

The lawn of the Fort is a great place to watch them. It’s a good spot to bring a cooler and a picnic too. Read More→

Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving in St Augustine, FL

 Here is a complete list of the Restaurants in the Saint Augustine area that will be open on Thanksgiving 2016.

Some are only open for breakfast so be sure to check the hours.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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City Wellness Spa Offers Facials and Spa Services in St Augustine FL

city1Anyone wanting to relax and get pampered at a spa always thinks about getting a massage. Have you ever thought of relaxing by getting a facial? I have always been torn between the two. I love a great massage, but nothing relaxes me in the same way as a facial. I love how clean my face feels and how my skin glows afterword. I recently went to City Wellness Spa to get a facial and was blown away by the experience. Christine Servello was my esthetician and I chose to get the Acme/hormonal facial listed on the spa menu. This deep cleansing facial combats bacteria, reduces inflammation, soothes irritation, and aids hydration. It is a 60 minute facial for $85.00 and was worth every penny. St. Johns county residents can get a 10.00 discount off of their first spa service at City Wellness.IMG_2832

I had been suffering from a lot of breakouts along with dry skin lately and I decided it time to put it in the hands of a professional, since I wasn’t having any luck with the dermatologist. Christine graduated from the Christine Valmy International School of Esthetics in NYC in 1998. She is a fantastic esthetician and she focuses on healing the skin with organic products and natural therapies. City Wellness offers an extensive list of facials on the spa menu including an anti-aging facial, a pear and poppy seed polishing micro-derma-brasion facial, facial enzyme exfoliation and customizable facials to meet your specific needs. They do facials for men too.

 

My skin needed a little of everything that day. It needed decongestion, moisture, exfoliation and IMG_2817extractions done. I was definitely in the right place and in the right hands with Christine Servello. The products used on me really agreed with my skin. They use only Eminence handmade organic skincare from Hungary. Every esthetician  I’ve ever visited does a facial a little differently, but Christine really knew how to do a fabulous facial with extractions and get me into a deep relaxation at the same time.

 

 

She started out cleansing my skin thoroughly to remove every trace of makeup and oil from my face. She used Calm Skin Chamomile Cleanser,  a calming cream cleanser for sensitive skin prone to redness. Chamomile, arnica and rosemary soothe skin while gently removing impurities. Cruelty-free and formulated without parabens, sodium lauryl sulfates, synthetic dyes, petrochemicals, animal by-products, phthalates, GMOs and triclosan. She rinses your skin in between different treatments with tea infused water that is   loaded with antioxidants and smells fabulous.

 

After cleansing my skin thoroughly, she did a light skin brushing that exfoliates your skin gently as it polishes. She steamed my skin and treated it with a glycolic mask to ready it for extractions. This in turn made the extraction process painless and quick and she did a great job at removing the impurities from my pores.  She then continued with a series of masks from Eminence organics such as the Blueberry Soy Repair Masque,  a revitalizing, moisturizing and age-defying masque for mature, dry, dehydrated, sun-damaged or devitalized skin.
Key Ingredients in this masque that make it special are:

  • Blueberry Juice & Pulp: high in antioxidants and phyto-nutrients
  • Non-GMO Soy: rich in isoflavones and vitamin B
  • Shea Butter: calming and moisturizing
  • Raspberry Juice: vitamin C and phyto-nutrient rich
  • Bramble Juice: high in vitamin A, vitamin C and antioxidants
  • Calendula Oil: antioxidant; soothing
  • Biocomplex™: a booster of antioxidants, vitamins, Coenzyme Q10, and Alpha Lipoic Acid to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve the appearance of skin.

 

cityI loved the way this felt and smelled. It just smelled so healthy and clean and sent me deeper into a state of relaxation.

Christine’s massage of my head, face and neck were beyond wonderful. She truly is a gifted  esthetician.  This deeply relaxing facial had many steps in the process with a variety of incredible organic products, too many to list here.  Each and every one of them was a wonderful experience and was customized just for my skin.  When my facial was done and I looked in the mirror, I was thrilled at how my skin glowed.  You could not tell I had just had extractions done  and my skin looked clear, moisturized and firm. I was completely relaxed and rejuvenated and looking forward to my next facial.

So if your looking to relax in a delightful way, try a facial at City Wellness.  It’s the perfect place to relax and renew.

 

 

 

City Wellness

120 Sea Grove Main Street, St Augustine, FL 32080
(904) 671-2860

 

Our Pick for Cleanest Nail Salon in St. Augustine, FL

We are constantly asked the question, “what is the cleanest nail salon in St. Augustine?”
While the spas on our list are clean, we wanted to give you an option for a doctor owned nail spa.

IMG_0306Medi Nails & Spa is all about your safety and health!

I recently went in for a manicure and pedicure to check them out for the Locals’ Guide readers. I was really impressed with Medi Nails and Spa. They are owned and operated by a doctor, but they still have a very relaxing spa like atmosphere. I loved the fact that they have cozy little private rooms for your manicure and pedicure and there is no overwhelming smell of acrylics as they only do natural nails. From start to finish, they go above and beyond in cleanliness and safety. All instruments are sterilized in an autoclave for starters and individually packaged just for you. The nail files and buffers are new and only used on you. They are wrapped up separately to keep them sterile until you are ready for your service. You can even take them home with you if you wish to. The foot baths have disposable liners for added safety and your feet are soaked in a cleanser and softening solution that goes quickly to work on dry cracked skin.
IMG_0303I never get a manicure because I get nervous about getting my cuticles cut. A family member once had a horrible nail infection from a walk-in salon. I decided to let Medi Nails and Spa trim them knowing I was in good hands. I was glad I did! After months of throwing pottery, I couldn’t believe what a difference it made. The soak that you put your nails in is infused with vitamin C and minerals and leaves your skin bright and your nails white.
As for the pedicure, I went for the Ultimate Pedicure for an extra $5.00. They apply a hydrating or pumice mask on your feet and warm booties. My feet haven’t felt that smooth in years. If you have a problem with your  feet you need to address, you can go for the Footlogix Pedicure. This is a special line of products for fungus, diabetes or severe dry skin. The line has 10 different treatment mousses that absorb quickly with no oily residue that treat different problems, even sweaty feet.
IMG_0314They also provide artificial toe nail replacements. Unlike acrylic, it’s made of a material that is sterile, antifungal and flexible. Now you don’t have to wait for your nail to grow back to wear flip flops again.
If you or a family member have health issues and are housebound they will make house calls. Each technician has advanced training in afflictions like diabetes, fungus and skin ulcers and can work with patients with dementia.

 

 

IMG_0316Medi Nails & Spa also offers facials, waxing and massage along with their nail services.
They offer a monthly VIP Membership for $59.99 a month. Membership includes one signature service every month, a 15% discount on additional services, family sharing and a 10% discount on retail products.
You can check them out at www.medinailsandspa.com
1 St. Johns Medical Park Drive
St. Augustine, FL 32086
904-342-5948

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City Wellness Moves to New Location

A&CWOMEN-OWNED WELLNESS CENTER MOVING TO SEA GROVE

City Wellness’ Grand Re-opening August 2nd, Open House August 27th City Wellness, a local, women-owned yoga, spa, and wellness center, is moving to the critically-acclaimed Sea Grove on Anastasia Island. The Grand Re-opening of City Wellness is on August 2nd after closing the spa from July 28th and closing the yoga studio from July 30th . On August 2nd, City Wellness will be located at 120 Sea Grove Main Street, St. Augustine.

City Wellness will host an Open House on August 27th at 2-6pm, featuring local artists and vendors. Please call 904.671.2860 if you would like to participate as a vendor. Allyson Sunderman, Doctor of Physical Therapy and owner of City Wellness since 2012, hired Chelsea Conard, Holistic Nutrition counselor, three years ago as manager. Sunderman and Conard, realizing they made a powerful team, began growing the business, and Conard became an owner. Since then, these determined women have expanded to create a one stop wellness shop and center for their community. Conard explained, “We are passionate about health and wellness and offering a sanctuary for our community to relax, heal, and feel whole.”

 

 

City Wellness offers:

  •  Daily yoga classes
  •  New classes including Pilates and meditation
  •  Massage
  •  Body treatments
  •  Facials
  •  Ayurveda treatments
  •  Non-toxic nail services
  •  Acupuncture
  •  Physical therapy
  •  Holistic nutrition
  •  Infrared sauna
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Celtic Festival Saint Augustine, Fl – 2016

Celtic Festival Goes International
St. Augustine’s Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is
making headlines in London and Dublin this month
St. Augustine, FL – The 6th Annual St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is set for March 11-13, 2016, when Celtic heritage and music takes over the Ancient City.
The word is getting out the St. Augustine is an important destination for Celtic heritage tourism.
London, England: The St. Augustine Celtic Festival will be featured at Covent Garden on Sunday, January 10, thanks to the month-long “London Sunburst” promotion by V isit Florida. The promotion lasts the whole month of January and features a dozen Florida Attractions including Disney WorldKennedy Space CenterDaytona International Speedway, and the St. Augustine Celtic Festival … an exclusive list! The London promotion also includes a groundbreaking TripAdvisor video hub site, which will run January through February. Go toTripadvisor.com/InfoCenter-a_ctr.VisitFloridaUK
Dublin, Ireland: The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival will also be featured at The Holiday World Show at the Royal Dublin Society on the weekend of January 22-24, thanks again to Visit Florida. The Holiday World Show is organized on behalf of the Irish Travel Agents Association and promises to chase away the January Blues. It offers lots of deals, on-stand competitions and expert advice from a vast range of experts representing destinations across the globe – all under one roof.
St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is also being featured in many international publications including: Celtic Family Magazine, Celtic Life International, Highlander Magazine, Ireland of the Welcomes Magazine, Scottish Life Magazine, and the Pipes of Christmas!
Find the CELT in YOU in America’s Oldest Celtic City
The three-day St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is “arguably the finest collaboration of Celtic artists in the United States”. In addition to Dublin’s Irish Tenors & The Celtic Ladies on opening night March 11 at Memorial Presbyterian Church, the March 11-13 event in downtown St. Augustine features internationally acclaimed Celtic bands, a pre-festival Whiskey Tasting on Friday evening, Highland Games athletic competitions, Celtic shopping and food, live music, two stages, and a variety of entertainment.
There’s also the ONLY St. Augustine St. Patrick’s Day parade in Northeast Florida kicking things off at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 12.
Festival tickets are available at  CelticStAugustine.com . Tickets may also be purchased at Ann O’Malley’s Irish Pub, 23 Orange St., or at Barley Republic Irish Pub, 48 Spanish St., downtown St. Augustine.

Dublin’s Irish Tenors and The Celtic Ladies- March 11th 2016 Saint Augustine, FL

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Special Event will open St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage  Festival at Memorial Presbyterian Church in downtown St. Augustine
St. Augustine, FL – Dublin’s Irish Tenors and The Celtic Ladies will perform one-night only in downtown St. Augustine. This headlining concert for the St. Augustine Celtic  Music & Heritage Festival will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 11 in Memorial  Presbyterian Church, 32 Sevilla St., downtown St. Augustine.
Seating is limited for this event. Tickets are sold separately from the Celtic Festival  passes. Tickets are $25 to $60. Purchase tickets atwww.celticstaugustine.com/special-friday-night-event/
The 6th Annual St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is set for March 11-13, 2016, when Celtic heritage and music takes over the Ancient City.
In addition to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 12 in downtown St. Augustine, the weekend event is filled with live entertainment, Highland games, clans from Ireland and  Scotland, whisky tasting, and other Celtic activities – all at Francis Field, 29 W. Castillo  Drive, in downtown St. Augustine across from the parking garage. Read More→

Small Potatoes will be on stage at the Lohman Auditorium of the Whitney Lab

Small Potatoes poster jpg On November 20th (Friday) the truly amazing performing duo from Chicago, Small Potatoes, will be on stage at the Lohman Auditorium of the Whitney Lab (9505 Ocean Shore Blvd [A1A]). Opening for Small Potatoes will be our own local singer-songwriter phenomenon Katherine Archer.  Small Potatoes (Rich and Jackie) have been a team for many years and we have hosted their performances in North Florida several times over the years. If you would like to sample their warm and amazing musicology and compelling lyrical delivery, visit their web page (www.smallpotatoesmusic.com ). The doors will open at 6 PM and music will begin at 7. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Advance tickets will be available locally at Music Matters, Simple Gestures and the Bead Chick as of November 1st and online at www.gamblerogersfest.org or by calling Paul at 904 794 4163. Also check out Radio Free Oklawaha County radio show Saturday mornings from 7-9:30 AM on WFCF 88.5 FM (Flagler College) for examples of the performers’ music. For additional details check out the attached flier and visit www.gamblerogersfest.org .

Movies by the Bay Schedule for St Augustine FL

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Looking for a FREE, family friendly night out? Check out the 2015 schedule of Movies by the Bay. Bring your lawn chairs, a blanket and a picnic and relax on the waterfront while being entertained by the big screen! Look for parking in Saint Augustine at the Fort, the bay front or the Parking garage. You can catch a free shuttle from the Visitors Information Center train stop to the marina so you don’t have to worry about carrying chairs and things too far. The movies are held at the St Augustine Municipal Marina, at the foot of the Bridge of Lions.

 

 

SCHEDULE

June 17 — “Shark Tale” (PG)

June 24 — “Annie” (PG)

July 1 — “The Boxtrolls” (PG)

July 8 — “Maleficent” (PG) — Maleficent will make an appearance.

July 15 — “The Lego Movie” (PG)

July 22 — “Big Hero 6” (PG)

July 29 — “Karate Kid” (PG)

Aug. 5 — “The Incredibles” (PG) — Superhero Back to School party with free mini golf, appearances by Captain America and Iron Man, games, prizes and activities. Participants are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite superhero. Activities begin at 7 p.m. and run through the start of the movie.

St Augustine Beach Pier’s Music by the Sea Concert Schedule

 Looking for a fun, free night of great entertainment than look no further.  We have the scoop  and the schedule  for the 2014  Music by the Sea Concert series at the St. Augustine Beach Pier and Pavilion, 350 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Augustine Beach.

That’s where you will find the locals picnicking and dancing the night away on Wednesday nights all summer long. Bring a chair or blanket, a picnic and a beverage of your choice  and get swept up in the fun the way the locals do. If your dog is well behaved and likes to dance, you can bring him too on a leash.

Sponsored by the St. Augustine Beach Civic Association, the concerts are from 7 to 9 p.m. each Wednesday in the pavilion. Each week a different  restaurant serves  dinners for $10.00  beginning at 6 p.m. Dinner sells out quick so get there early or bring a cooler.   Parking is available at the public lots on A1A Beach Blvd. and at Ron Parker Park located at 607 Old Beach Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32080

RIDE THE SAX SHUTTLE TO MUSIC BY THE SEA

The Civic Association is pleased to offer an alternative to limited parking for Music by the Sea.,  Just park at City Hall- 2200 A1A South and ride the bright orange Sax Shuttle.  Civic Association members ride FREE.  Not a member you can buy a $20 Season Pass from the driver at City Hall or you may pay nightly.  Senior Citizens pay $2 roundtrip, adults (non members) pay $5 and kids 12 and under ride free.  You can purchase you Civic Association Membership Card at The Wednesday Market, at our welcome table on Wednesday Night at Music by the Sea or you can join Online by clicking here

2015 Band and Restaurant Schedule:

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Free Summer Concerts in the Plaza – Schedule & information for St Augustine FL

promofoto1edit  Concerts in the Plaza Schedule for 2015

Free Concerts in the Plaza run every Thursday night all summer long. Bring a chair or a blanket and sit back, relax and enjoy the show. Picnics and coolers are welcome as are leashed well behaved dogs. Alcohol is not allowed in the plaza.

The show starts at 7:00 pm

The Plaza is located at the foot of the Bridge of Lions at the intersection of Cathedral and King Street,

St. Augustine, FL 32084

Phone: 904-825-1004

 

 

Parking

On street parking is available near the Plaza and is free throughout the city after 5:00pm. Parking is also available in the Historic Downtown Parking Facility at the St. Augustine and St. Johns County Visitors Information Center, a 10-minute walk along St. George St. from the Plaza. The cost for parking in the parking garage is $10 per entry or $3 with a ParkNow card.
For more information on parking, click here.

Schedule

Schedule of Events

July

7/02/15

7–9pm

Ancient City Brass Band

Brass band standards

7/09/15

7–9pm

Ancient City Slickers

Big fun music

7/16/15

7–9pm

The Falling Bones

’60s party and dance rock

7/23/15

7–9pm

The Grapes of Roth

Classic rock

7/30/15

7–9pm

Rob Ellis Peck & Friends

Blues and rock

Aug.

8/06/15

7–9pm

Mike Hart’s Decoy

Blues, jazz and rock

8/13/15

7–9pm

The Committee

Classic rock and originals

8/20/15

7–9pm

The Rick Arcusa Band

Classic rock

8/27/15

7–9pm

The Gatorbone Band

Original acoustic, jazz, swing, countrypolitan

Sep.

9/03/15

7–9pm

Lonesome Bert & the Skinny Lizards

Original Americana

 

Looking for information on the Wednesday night concerts at the Pier? Click here.

Looking for more music & Nightlife? Click here.

 

Free Summer Movies at the St Augustine Amphitheater – Schedule & Trailers

muppetsSt Augustine is offering up free family-friendly movies at the St Augustine Amphitheater this summer. Check out the schedule and details here.

COMMUNITY FIRST NIGHT OWL CINEMA SERIES – 2015

Community First Credit Union  and the St. Augustine Amphitheatre have partnered again this year to present the popular “Community First Night Owl Cinema Series 2014.” The free summer movie series will include seven family-friendly movie nights throughout the summer months.

Parking at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre is free on movie nights and a variety of concessions will be available for purchase. Moviegoers will enjoy special family friendly entertainment and activities inspired by the featured movie’s theme. Children of all ages are welcome to go dressed in character.

St. Augustine Amphitheatre Night Owl Cinema Summer Movie schedule:

•Sunday, June 14: Napoleon Dynamite
•Sunday, June 21: Back to the Future {Happy Father’s Day!}
•Sunday, July 12: Muppets Most Wanted

•Sunday, July 19: Paddington
•Sunday, July 26: The Sandlot
•Friday, July 31: Cinderella (the original version)

•Friday, August 7: Babe

THIS IS A FREE EVENT!

Gates open at 7 p.m. and each movie will begin at 8 p.m.

Tickets are not required, as the event is free and open to the public.

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre

1340C A1A South St. Augustine, FL 32080

There will be no charge to park at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre

 

Fireworks at the World Golf Village in St Augustine FL

wgv The Locals’ Guide loves fireworks and here’s another chance to see them on July 3rd, 2015 at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida. These fireworks are spectacular and it’s one of the largest shows in Northeast Florida.

 

 

There is plenty of parking and different viewing areas to watch from. Bring the family and a picnic and celebrate Independence Day under the stars.  This is a free event.

 

 

 

 

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Gamble Rogers Music Festival in St Augustine FL – Acoustic Americana

 

 

GRFF Inc. Presents the 20th annual Gamble Rogers Music Festival

May 1st – 3rd, 2015 at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.

 

gamble1The Gamble Rogers Music Festival is one of our favorite music events of the year. If you are like me and are always wanting to find that great new band to listen to over and over again, this event is for you. Last year I fell in love with The Currys. We picked up their CD at the festival after seeing an outstanding performance and have become huge fans. Everyone who hears them asks how we found this unbelievable talented group of guys. Lucky for us they’re back again this year along with so many other fantastic musicians and song writers.

This years lineup is so talented you won’t want to miss a single act.  Read More→

Live Music & Nightlife Schedule for February 3rd – 28th 2014 in St Augustine FL

St. Augustine Music & Nightlife
Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

Find all of the best ways to spend your time here in St. Augustine. Here’s your “Local’s” look at what’s happening.

Here are a few places to find your favorite sporting event.

A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – SEC, NFL, NBA, Soccer
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St. – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

At the St Augustine Amphitheater, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and Colonial Quarter Stage:

Thursday, Feb 5 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Glen Hansard with The Lost Brothers- Glen Hansard is renowned for his work as the songwriter behind Once, the musical and the movie, which has garnered its fair share of awards. The highly lauded play Once, The Musical won eight Tony Awards including best direction of a musical, best lead actor in a musical and the top musical prize itself. Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Friday, Feb 6 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – An Acoustic Evening with Travis Tritt – An up-close and personal event punctuated by personal stories and anecdotes about his life and musical influences. Performing some of his biggest hits, including “T-R-O-U-B-L-E,” “It’s A Great Day to Be Alive” and “Best of Intentions,” the Grand Ole Opry member will bring his award-winning songs to life and leave the audience with a truly memorable experience. Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Sunday, Feb 8 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Florida Chamber Music Project Presents “Mozart & Verdi” – Mozart – String Quartet K. 465 in C, “Dissonance”; Giuseppe Verdi – String Quartet in e minor Doors 2:00PM | Starts 3:00PM

Tuesday, Feb 10 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Ingrid Michaelson with Greg Holden – In the past two years, Michaelson, who dropped her fifth studio album entitled Lights Out this past April, has vaulted from overachieving indie-pop sweetheart to a bona-fide pop star. Her fourth album, Human Again, debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard album chart (plus No. 1 on iTunes). Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Wednesday, Feb 11 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – The Wailers with 418 Band – There is no more legendary of a band in Jamaican music history than The Wailers. Formed in 1969, The Wailers continue its worldwide campaign of promoting peace, love and equality through the message of reggae and Rastafari. Named by Time Magazine as the “Best Album of the 20th Century” and #46 on Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, Exodus is also the best-selling reggae album of all-time, with over 30 million copies sold worldwide. Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Thursday, Feb 12 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Ana Popovic – The award-winning, hard-touring, guitar slinger blends smoking electric funk and slide guitar, jazzy instrumentals and a tight blues groove with soulful, feminine vocals. Add to the mix her incredible stage presence, all of which makes her an irresistible force in the world of contemporary blues music. Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Friday, Feb 13 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Cherry Poppin Daddies “Salute to the Music of the Rat Pack” – The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies Salute the Music of the Rat Pack offers up a superb set of standards that have come to epitomize the Rat Pack’s repertoire – songs that look upward with the singular optimism that energized America at the dawn of the ‘60s, a time that would prove to be the twilight of the swing era. Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Tuesday, Feb 17 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – SOJA with The Green & Leilani Wolfgramm – “I want to speak for people who don’t have microphones,” SOJA’s lead singer, Jacob Hemphill, says. “Our goal as a band is to stick up for the human race. We see the world and we try to make it better in the limited time we have here.” This is the philosophy behind SOJA’s music, a simple statement that has driven the D.C. area band which blends reggae, go-go, D.C. hardcore, Latin, rock and hip-hop. Doors 2:00PM | Starts 3:00PM

Thursday, Feb 19 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – North Mississippi Allstars & Anders Osborne Present N.M.O. – Two of American Music’s most riveting acts, North Mississippi Allstars and Anders Osborne are coming together this winter to tour as N.M.O. (North Mississippi Osborne). Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Friday, Feb 20 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – John Hammond with Willie Green and Rick Levy – Multi-award winning Bluesman John Hammond remains one of the world’s premier acoustic blues artists. A Blues Hall Of Fame inductee with more than 33 albums to date, John Hammond is one of a handful of artists who can say they have been steadily working and recording for 50 plus years. Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Saturday, Feb 21 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Al Di Meola – Di Meola’s musical endeavors include his electric Tour de Force group with Jan Hammer, Anthony Jackson, Steve Gadd and Mingo Lewis, the internationally acclaimed Trio with fellow guitar superstars John McLaughlin and Paco de Lucia, the Rite of Strings trio with Stanley Clarke and Jean-Luc Ponty or the ’70s fusion supergroup Return To Forever with Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke and Lenny White. Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Sunday, Feb 22 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Magic! with Sidereal- Magic! distills Caribbean flavor, arena-size bombast, and glistening melodies into an undeniably intoxicating musical potion. Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

Thursday, Feb 26 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – An Evening with Leo Kottke – His style of music is known as fingerpicking that draws influences from blues, jazz, folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. Kottke has emerged as a widely-recognized master of his instrument. Doors 2:00PM | Starts 3:00PM

Friday, Feb 27 – St. Augustine Amphitheatre – The Doobie Brothers with special guest The Marshall Tucker Band – The Doobie Brothers have rung up a glittering track record that would be the envy of any band. Their propulsive roots-based, harmony-laden, guitar-driven style has sold more than 30 million albums. No. 1 singles “Black Water” (1974) and “What a Fool Believes” (1979), both gold, lead a catalog of indelible songs that include “Jesus Is Just All Right”, “Rockin’ Down the Highway”, “Long Train Runnin”, “Take Me In Your Arms” and mores. In all, the Doobie Brothers have tallied up 5 top 10 singles and 16 top 40 hits since forming in 1969. With hit singles like “Heard It In a Love Song,” “Fire On The Mountain,” “Can’t You See,” and “Take The Highway,” The Marshall Tucker Band earned 7 gold and 3 platinum albums while they were on the Capricorn Records label. During the 90’s, the MTB scored four hit singles on Billboard’s country chart and one on Billboard’s gospel chart. Doors 6:30PM | Starts 7:30PM

MUSIC LISTINGS

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe 8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – 80s/90s Trivia with Trivia Nation 7:30pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Jim Johnson (Acoustic) 8pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day! Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Whiskey Wednesday – Ask about our weekly specials
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
The Cianti Room, 60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Speakeasy Wednesday with Chase Rideman 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Todd & Molly Jones (Acoustic) 5pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues) 5:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Michael Jordon (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Cotton Mouth (Southern rock) 9:00p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – ET Swing 5-8p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Cutthroat Shamrock (Appalachian Punk) 8:30pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Dos Coffee & Wine, 300 San Marco Ave – **special performance by Richard Smith (finger Picking extrordinaire) & Julie Adams (cellist) 6-10pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.
Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Sweet Bird of Youth (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Karaoke 8:00pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6
Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night 9pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sea Floor Explosives (Acoustic) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Open Mic 5pm, J.P. Driver (Southern rock) 9:00p
White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Live Trivia Upstairs 7-9p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Friday, February 6, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Jesse Cruse (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Cottonmouth (Southern Rock) 9:00pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Elizabeth and the Grapes of Roth (Covers) 5:30p
Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff 4 Less Contest Finals (Comedians) 8pm
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Sweet Bird of Youth (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – The Pickled Beats (covers) 9:00pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spade McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathaniel Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Rory Pickens (Acoustic) 5pm; Highway 1 (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 4pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Caleb Joye (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Trio of Boom (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 6pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Richard Smith (Classic Rock) 7p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St –Root of All (Raggae/Dub/Jam) 8:30pm –
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Cottonmouth (Southern Rock) 9:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Sea Floor Explosives (Soul / Folk / Experimental) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Falling Bones (Covers) 5:30p
Dos Coffee & Wine, 300 San Marco Ave – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 6-10pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Magician Mark Allan with Kristi Snyder (Comedians) 8pm
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Sweet Bird of Youth (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ron Norris & Friends (Covers) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spade McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Lonesome Bert & Skinny Lizzard (Acoustic) 5pm; Denny Blue (Acoustic) 5pm, Highway 1 (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm, Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St –Evan D (Acoustic) 4pm, Chillulah (Covers) 9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Evan D (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – House Cats (Jazz) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 6pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Conch Fritters (Island Music) 7p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all-inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music TBA – Brunch Drink Specials
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Dave Besley (Acoustic) 5:30p
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Sweet Bird of Youth (Community Theatre) 2:00pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Ric Welch (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 1pm, Mark Evans (Acoustic) 5pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – John Winters (Acoustic) 12pm, Open Mic Night (Various) 8:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Katherine Archer (Acoustic) 12pm, Johnny King (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Acoustic) 8pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Raychill(Acoustic) 4pm, The Skinny(Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Ricardo Perez (Acoustic) 6pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Moses Creek (Southern Rock) 8:30p

Monday, February 9, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Professional’s Night featuring Karaoke with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – North Star (Covers) 5:30p
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Mash Lab Monday = Open Mic Night
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Smokin’ Joe (Acoustic) 1pm, Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed
Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Free Pool….Karaoke….no cover….just awesome fun!!!
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band (Classic Rock & Country) 8:30p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe 8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – 80s/90s Trivia with Trivia Nation 7:30pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Jim Johnson (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day! Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Whiskey Wednesday – Ask about our weekly specials
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
The Cianti Room, 60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Speakeasy Wednesday with Stu Weaver 9pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Jesse Evans (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Todd & Molly Jones (Acoustic) 5pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues) 5:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Nick Izzard (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Cotton Mouth (Southern rock) 9:00p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – ET Swing 5-8p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.
Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Sweet Bird of Youth (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $15 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Karaoke 8:00pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6
Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night 9pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sea Floor Explosives (Acoustic) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Open Mic 5pm, J.P. Driver (Southern rock) 9:00p
White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Live Trivia Upstairs 7-9p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Friday, February 13, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Go, Get, Gone (Rockabilly) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Contra-Band (Country) 9:00pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Salt Driven Ride (Covers) 5:30p
Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff 4 Less Contest Finals (Comedians) 8pm
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Sweet Bird of Youth (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Fireball (Covers) 9:00pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – TBA (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathaniel Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm; A Dam Shame (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Ramona Quimby (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 6pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Conch Fritters (Island Music) 7p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Saturday, February 14, 2015 – Happy Valentine’s Day

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St –Brent Byrd (Acoustic, Jam, Rock) 8:30pm –
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Contra-Band (Country) 9:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Sea Floor Explosives (Soul / Folk / Experimental) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Rotageezer (Covers) 5:30p
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Magician Mark Allan with Kristi Snyder (Comedians) 8pm
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Sweet Bird of Youth (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Staggerfish (Covers) 9:00pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Smokin’ Joe (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm; Dave Berry (Acoustic) 5pm, A Dam Shame (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm, Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ken McAnlis (Acoustic) 12pm,
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Evan D (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Willow Wacks (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 6pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Highway 1 (Trop/Rock Style) 7p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all-inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Todd & Molly Jones (Americana) & Beef on Weck!
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music TBA – Brunch Drink Specials
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – JR Duo (Acoustic) 5:30p
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Sweet Bird of Youth (Community Theatre) 2:00pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spaid McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – John Winters (Acoustic) 1pm, Jake Cox & Himmy B. (Acoustic) 5pm, Mark Evans (Acoustic) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St –Open Mic Night (Various) 8:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Micah Gilliam (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Ricardo Perez (Acoustic) 6pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Moses Creek (Southern Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Highway 1 (Trop/Rock Style) 7p

Monday, February 16, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Professional’s Night featuring Karaoke with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Mash Lab Monday = Open Mic Night
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Smokin’ Joe (Acoustic) 1pm, Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed
Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band (Classic Rock & Country) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Monday Night Football 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Henry Murphy (Country, Rock, Blues) 6p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe 8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – 80s/90s Trivia with Trivia Nation 7:30pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm; Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Jim Johnson (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Eddie Pickett (Acoustic) 6p

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day! Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Whiskey Wednesday – Ask about our weekly specials
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
The Cianti Room, 60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Speakeasy Wednesday with Chase Rideman 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Todd & Molly Jones (Acoustic) 5pm; Bret Blackshear (Acoustic) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues) 5:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Michael Jordon (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Cotton Mouth (Southern rock)) 9:00p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – ET Swing 5-8p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Henry Joe Solo (Covers) 5:30p
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.
Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Karaoke 8:00pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm; Aaron Exposito (Acoustic) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6
Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night 9pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sea Floor Explosives (Acoustic) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Open Mic 5pm, J.P. Driver (Southern rock) 9:00p
White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Live Trivia Upstairs 7-9p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Friday, February 20, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – TBA (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd –Band on the Run (Covers) 9:00pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Rotageezer (Covers) 5:30p
Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff 4 Less Contest Finals (Comedians) 8pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ron Norris & Friends (Covers) 9:00pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Love Chunk (Rock) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathaniel Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Jakc Cox & Jimmy B (Acoustic) 5pm; David Russell & John Peyton (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Johnny King (Acoustic) 4pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Caleb Joye (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Willow Wacks (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 6pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Spanky (Classic Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Sand Tunes (Island Music) 7p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – JFRD Pipes & Drums (Bagpipes) 7:00pm, Strumstick (Folk, Acoustic, Rock) 8:30pm – Kilt night. Wear your kilt and your first draft is FREE!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Chris Tyler Band (Country, Southern Rock) 9:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Sea Floor Explosives (Soul / Folk / Experimental) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – The Driftwoods (Covers) 5:30p
Dos Coffee & Wine, 300 San Marco Ave – Jeremy Rogers (Acoustic) 6-10pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Magician Mark Allan with Kristi Snyder (Comedians) 8pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Bath Salt Zombies (Covers) 9:00pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – All Most Famous (Covers) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Denny Blue (Acoustic) 5pm; Bob Stuart (Acoustic) 5pm, David Russell & John Peyton (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm, Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Katherine Archer (Acoustic) 12pm, Ancient City Keepers (Covers) 9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – House Cats (Jazz) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 6pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Spanky (Classic Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Sand Tunes (Island Music) 7p

St. Augustine Shopping & Wine Experience – 64 Hypolita St – 1pm – 3-3.5 Hour shopping spree and wine tastings ending with dessert. Partial proceeds to benefit needy family. Click for more info!
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all-inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music TBA – Brunch Drink Specials
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Dave Besley (Acoustic) 5:30p
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Michael Funge (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Katherine Archer (Acoustic) 1pm, Bret Blackshear (Acoustic) 5pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St –Open Mic Night (Various) 8:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Raychill (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Ricardo Perez (Acoustic) 6pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Moses Creek (Southern Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – NFL Sunday Ticket – All Day

Monday, February 23, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Professional’s Night featuring Karaoke with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Mash Lab Monday = Open Mic Night
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Smokin’ Joe (Acoustic) 1pm, Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00pm, David Strom (Acoustic) 9:00pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed
Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band (Classic Rock & Country) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Henry Murphy (Country, Rock, Blues) 6p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe 8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – 80s/90s Trivia with Trivia Nation 7:30pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm, Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5:00pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Jim Johnson (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Eddie Pickett (Acoustic) 6p

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day! Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Whiskey Wednesday – Ask about our weekly specials
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
The Cianti Room, 60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Speakeasy Wednesday with Amy Vickery 9pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Jesse Evans (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Todd & Molly Jones (Acoustic) 5pm; Bret Blackshear (Acoustic) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues) 5:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Nick Izzard (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Cotton Mouth (Southern rock) 9:00p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – ET Swing 5-8p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Henry Joe Solo (Covers) 5:30p
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.
Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Karaoke 8:00pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm; Aaron Exposito (Acoustic) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6
Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night with DJ Josh 9pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sea Floor Explosives (Acoustic) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Open Mic 5pm, J.P. Driver (Southern rock) 9:00p
White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Live Trivia Upstairs 7-9p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Friday, February 27, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Tony Kippes (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – X Hale Band (Country) 9:00pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – The Impediments (Covers) 5:30p
Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff 4 Less Contest Finals (Comedians) 8pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Tropical Whiskey Band (Covers) 9:00pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Dave Berry (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Dave Berry (Acoustic) 1pm, Mark Evans (Acoustic) 5pm; Decoy (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Evan D (Acoustic) 4pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Three (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 6pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Cotton Mouth (Southern rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Banks & Smith (70s. 80s, 90s) 7p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St –Scuttered the Bruce (Celtic, Irish Traditional, Folk) 8:30pm –
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – X Hale Band (Country)) 9:00pm
Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Sea Floor Explosives (Soul / Folk / Experimental) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Old City Dudes (Covers) 5:30p
Dos Coffee & Wine, 300 San Marco Ave – Funk Shui Unplugged feat. Ron Norris, Rusty Springfield & Kenny Hamilton (Acoustic) 6-10pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Magician Mark Allan with Kristi Snyder (Comedians) 8pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Those Guys (Southern Rock) 9:00pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Dave Berry (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm
Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm; Denny Blue (Acoustic) 5pm, Decoy (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm, Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ken McAnlis (Acoustic) 12pm,
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Tony Scozzarro (Acoustic) 7pm
Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Trio of Boom (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 6pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 9pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Cotton Mouth (Southern rock) 8:30p
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Eddie Pickett (Acoustic) 7p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all-inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine’s Romanza Festivale of the Arts

May 8, 2015 to May 17, 2015

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Various Location in St. Augustine, St. Augustine, FL 32084

“St. Augustine’s Romanza Festivale of the Arts”– it’s not one thing.  It’s Everything!  Music, Dance, Theatre, Art, Cuisine, Heritage, Romance..and more! All in the Romantic City of St. Augustine. Romanza Festivale of the Arts is a collaborative production of over forty cultural organizations and businesses.  Over 100 concerts, events, exhibits, tours, will take place.  Watch for details for each event.  Tickets prices vary — many are free! www.RomanzaFestivale.com

Live Music & Nightlife Schedule for December 30th – January 3rd, 2015 in St Augustine, FL

fireworksHere it is… the end of 2014 and we’re looking for all of the fun to come in St Augustine’s 450th year. You know that there will be so much great music, festivals and fun coming up so be sure to check back to find the best right here. So, for your New Years Eve fun there is quite a bunch out there. First off is the St. Augustine Beach Blast Off.  With everything from arts & crafts to a kids area with face painting, human hamster ball and more… to food vendors and a “Comfort Zone” for the adults serving beer and wine (all tips go to Art Breakers a cancer charity… I’ll be volunteering so come on out and I’ll pour you a beer. Bring lots of tip money :wink, wink: ) They will have some great music as well. At 4pm is Pristine Stringz, at 5pm is Man of Color, at 6:15pm (one of my faves) Billy Buchanan & Free Avenue and at 7:30pm and 9:00pm is the Red River Band. Right after the Beach Blast Off you can head over to Salt Life where Billy Buchanan and Free Avenue will help you ring in the New Year. See below for more New Years Eve events around St. Augustine. I hope to see you all out there this week. Cheers!

 

Looking for your favorite band or bar? We try to get as much information on the different bars, pubs and taverns around St Augustine so that you can find just what you are after. Let us know if your favorite is not listed and we’ll see what we can do to get it for you. Send your emails to miabain173@gmail.com

 

Not looking for Music or Karaoke? How about Football, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball or some other sport? There is something for every interest.  Here are a few places to find your favorite game.


A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – SEC, NFL, NBA, Soccer
Jackson’s Garage Bar, 223A W. King St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St. – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

 

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

 

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

 

New Years Eve Happenings:

 

95 Cordova –  95 Cordova Street (in the Casa Monica Hotel) is offering prix-fixe meal for $80 form 5pm – 10:30pm. Live music will be performed throughout the night in the Cobalt lounge and a New Years Eve toast will take place at midnight. Call 904-810-6810 for reservations

 

A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – Dinner & Live music and a champagne toast at midnight. Party until 2:00am

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Brent Byrd & The Suitcase Gypsies  8:30pm  – Join Ann O’Malley’s for the Green Masquerade party from 8:00pm – 2:00am

Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Amy Dalley – Join the gang at Arnold’s for Nashville Recording Artist, Amy Dalley and the Experience at their annual New Years Eve party. Amy’s husband is Jack Sizemore from the Jason Aldean Band and he will be performing that night, too. Tickets are $15 per person.
Beaches at Vilano, 254 Vilano RdA special New Years Eve menu and music & fun until 1:00am.

 

Cellar 6,  6 Aviles St. – Their New Years Party includes a special menu and live music. For reservations, call 904-827-9055.

 

Conch House,  57 Comares Ave – has a great night lined up with a special New Year’s Eve Dinner menu planned to go along with their regular menu. See it here http://conch-house.com/restaurant/newyears/. There’ll also be open an hour later until 10 pm. Then head down to the Lounge for our New Year’s Eve Celebration featuring drink specials, live music from the Paper City Hustlers, free champagne and no cover charge!!!

 

Corazon Cinema & Cafe, 36 Granada St – Dinner & A Movie! Cost is $20 per person and includes your choice of any meal off the menu,  a glass of wine, beer or soda, and the film “New Year’s Eve” starring a full cast of stars — Michelle Pfeiffer, Sarah Jessica Parker, Hilary Swank, Ashton Kutcher, and more. The movie will begin at 7 p.m. Rated PG-13, Comedy/Romance, run time of 113 min. Go to www.corazoncinemaandcafe.com

 

Flagler College, 74 King Street – Go back in time to the Guilded Age in St. Augustine. This annual event is one of the area’s most elegant and glamorous New Year’s Eve evenings. The New Year’s Eve Gala will take place in the resplendent ballroom of the college’s campus centerpiece: the former Hotel Ponce de Leon. This year’s “Black and White Masquerade” theme offers a twist on the popular event: guests may attend in black-tie-formal or masquerade attire. The Music Unlimited Orchestra will headline. Tickets are $200 per person and include a cocktail hour, plated dinner, dessert buffet, open bar, and a champagne toast at midnight. This gala is a fundraiser for the Flagler College Scholarship Fund, which helps offset tuition costs for many students with financial need. Thirty percent of the ticket price is tax deductible. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Stephanie Snyder at ssnyder@flagler.edu or 904-826-8572.
Ice Plant, 110 Riberia StA balloon drop at midnight with 1,000 balloons will be part of The Ice Plant’s New Year’s Eve celebration. A four-course meal is offered at 5, 7 and 9 p.m. The Ice Plant is at 112 Riberia St., downtown St. Augustine For reservations, call 904-829-6553. Go to www.iceplantbar.com/events

 

Jack’s BBQ, 691 A1A Beach Blvd – Smokin Mirrors performs from 9pmn – 2am.
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia BlvdSeating begins at 7:30 p.m., with a cocktail reception and appetizers from 8 to 9 p.m. Comedian Paul Jensen will perform at 9:30 p.m followed by a dinner buffet at 10 p.m.  Headliner Danny Niblock will perform his comedy act during dinner, followed by dessert, DJ and dancing at 11 p.m., with complimentary champagne and party favors at midnight. Cost is $80 per person. Call 904-461-8843 for reservations.

 

Local Heros Café, 18 St. George St. – A fun time at their 3rd Annual New Year’s Eve Masquerade and Costume Ball begins at 9:00pm. Great music by Ancient Deep, an explosive DJ duo featuring Live Percussion and Vocals from William Keohane and Dorian Lopez Percussionist

 

Meehan’s Irish Pub 20 Avenida Menendez – DJ and a champagne toast at midnight.

 

Milltop Tavern 19 1/2 St. George St. – Todd & Molly Jones perform at 5pm and the band 2/3rds will be on stage at 9 p.m.

 

O.C. Whites, 118 Avenida Menendez – Dinner will be served until 11pm. A DJ and dancing will continue to 1am with party favors and a champagne toast at midnight.

 

Panama Hatties, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – Offers a reservations only fireworks watching party on the upper deck. Dinner packages are also available. For reservations, call 904-471-2192.

 

Salt Life Food Shack, 321 A1A Beach Blvd – A great way to see the fireworks at Beach Blast Off, Salt Live is offering a reservations-only dinner and view of the fireworks on New Year’s Eve. Billy Buchanan & Free Avenue will perform from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Call 904-217-3256

 

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Matanzas will be on stage at 9:00pm. A local favorite.

 

MUSIC LISTINGS

 

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe  8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Island Tea Tuesday and Swing Dancing 7:45pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm, Donnie Brazile (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 8pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p


Wednesday, December 31, 2014 – HAPPY NEW YEAR

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Brent Byrd & The Suitcase Gypsies  8:30pm  – Join Ann O’Malley’s for the Green Masquerade party from 8:00pm – 2:00am
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Amy Dalley & The Experience (Nashville Recording Artist) Join the gang at Arnold’s for Nashville Recording Artist, Amy Dalley and the Experience at their annual New Years Eve party. Amy’s husband is Jack Sizemore from the Jason Aldean Band and he will be performing that night, too. Tickets are $15 per person.

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Beat the Bartender Game  (Win Free Beer) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – New Years Eve Party!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Kraroke featuring DJ Rob St. John 9pm – New Years Eve Party!
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez –  DJ & Dancing (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Todd & Molly Jones (Acoustic) 5pm, 2/3rds (Covers) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Offers a reservations only fireworks watching party on the upper deck. Dinner packages are also available. For reservations, call 904-471-2192.

Planet ! Sarbez! 115 Anastasia Blvd, 7 great Punk bands to ring in the new year! (Pop Punk)  9:00pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm Music and great New Years Eve Party!
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 6pm, Evan D (Acoustic) 10pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – House Cats (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info! – A great way to kick off the New Years Eve Party!

 

Thursday, January 1, 2015

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.

Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $15 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Country Music Night with DJ Eric Beer & Whiskey Specials

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm, Aaron Esposito (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night with DJ Josh 9pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Raychill Muller (Acoustic) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Essery (Acoustic) 1-4:30p, Open Mic 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

 

Friday, January 2, 2015

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – TBA (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Amy Dalley & The Experience (Nashville Recording Artist) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Wendy Kissinger (Acoustic) – 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Bt’s Grill and Beer Garden, 223 W. King St  – Laurel Lee and the Escapees (Country Originals) – 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm

Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff 4 Less Contest Finals (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ladies’ Night with DJ Rob St. John
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Brady (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathaniel Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Bret Blacksheare (Acoustic) 5pm; Go Get Gone (Rockabilly) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs

San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Committee Band (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Eric Alabiso (Acoustic) 4pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Micah Gilliam (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Three (Acoustic) 9pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 8pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Blistur (Rock) 8:30p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

Saturday, January 3, 2015

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – TBA (Covers) 8:30pm –
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Amy Dalley & The Experience (Nashville Recording Artist) 9:00pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Ken Miller with The Gentle Oriental (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Teachers Night (drink specials) and The Rio Grande Band (Covers) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Brady (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – John Dickie(Acoustic) 5pm; Mark Evans (Acoustic) 5pm, Go Get Gone (Rockabilly) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm,   Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Gary Douglas Campbell (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Committee Band (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ken McAnlis (Acoustic) 12pm, Redfish Red (Acoustic) 4pm, Chuck Nash Trio (Covers)  9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – House Cats (Jazz) 9pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Blistur (Rock) 8:30p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all-inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Chase Ridman (Irish) 4-8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 2:00pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Aaron Exposito (Acoustic) 1pm,  Jake & Jim (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – John Winters (Acoustic) 12pm,  Johnny King(Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Various)  8:00pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Holiday Cheer Fest! Numerous Bands (Various) 5:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 3pm, Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – NFL Sunday Ticket – All Day

 

Monday, January 5, 2015

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Professional’s Night featuring Karaoke  with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Monday Night Football – BOGO Beers from game time until close!

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Service Industry/Military Service Night with DJ KC

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Smokin’ Joe (Acoustic) 1pm,  Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed

Planet ! Sarbez! 115 Anastasia Blvd, Sleepy Tree, MF Goon, Twinki (Various)  9:00pm

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Free Pool….Karaoke….no cover….just awesome fun!!!

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Monday Night Football 8:30p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

 

Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

 

Live Music & Nightlife Schedule for December 16th – 22nd in St Augustine FL

This week there is even more Christmas fun in store! Starting with the St. Augustine Amphitheatre we have the Community First Credit Union’s A December To Remember presents Pecha Kucha Vol. 6: Bliss Event on Wednesday. This is a free event. Check below for all of the info on this one. Sounds Fun.  The doors open at 6pm and the show is at 7:00pm. Then on Friday is a Drive-In movie “A Christmas  Story.” This one will be held at Anastasia State Park. Gates open at 5:30pm with the movie at 7:00pm. And it’s FREE. On Saturday, the last of the St Augustine Holiday Shopping and Wine Experience takes place. A portion of the proceeds is going to help a needy family right here in St. Augustine. After that make it down to St. Augustine Amphitheatre for The St. Augustine Fire Department’s Chili Cook Off & A Double Feature Movie Night with “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and “Elf!” Also on Saturday at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall is another movie. “Miracle on 34th Street” will be shown at 7:00pm.

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We’re pulling together the listings for New Years Eve! So if you haven’t made up your mind where you’ll be ringing in 2015, check back here to find the most fun places! With so much going on, I’ll have to make a list of all the places that I want to go. Have a great week and I’ll see you around town!

 

Looking for your favorite band or bar? We try to get as much information on the different bars, pubs and taverns around St Augustine so that you can find just what you are after. Let us know if your favorite is not listed and we’ll see what we can do to get it for you. Send your emails to miabain173@gmail.com

 

Not looking for Music or Karaoke? How about Football, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball or some other sport? There is something for every interest.  Here are a few places to find your favorite game.


A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – SEC, NFL, NBA, Soccer
Jackson’s Garage Bar, 223A W. King St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St. – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

 

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

 

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

 

 

MUSIC LISTINGS

 

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe  8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Jimmy Graves Duo (Covers) 5:30p
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Island Tea Tuesday and Swing Dancing 7:45pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Nick Izzard (Acoustic) 8pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p


Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day!  Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Beat the Bartender Game  (Win Free Beer) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

The Cianti Room,  60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm

J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Kraroke featuring DJ Rob St. John 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Bret Blackshear  (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues)  5:30pm

Planet ! Sarbez! 115 Anastasia Blvd, Kevin Schlereth, Josh Ehrmann, Bird Eat Bird (Pop Rock)  9:00pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Gunther Doug and Concord America (Rock) 9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – John Bailey (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Thursday, December 18, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Madriglaz (Covers) 5:30p
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.

Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $15 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Country Music Night with DJ Eric Beer & Whiskey Specials

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10

Planet ! Sarbez! 115 Anastasia Blvd, Lions, Oh The Places You’ll Go (Pop Rock)  9:00pm
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night with DJ Josh 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Wet Nurse, Telepathic Lines, Trailer Park Princess (Rock) 9:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Essery (Acoustic) 1-4:30p, Open Mic 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

 

Friday, December 19, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Tony Paul Neal (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Southern Rukus (Country) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Bret Blackshear (Acoustic) – 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Bt’s Grill and Beer Garden, 223 W. King St  – Laurel Lee and the Escapees (Country Originals) – 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Ian Kelly (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Rotageezers (Covers) 5:30p

Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff 4 Less Contest Finals (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ladies’ Night with DJ Rob St. John
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Michael Funge (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathaniel Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Bob Patterson (Acoustic) 5pm; Back from the Brink (Covers) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs

Planet ! Sarbez! 115 Anastasia Blvd, Sam Weaver and more TBA  (Acoustic)  9:00pm

San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 4pm,  DJ Equivalent (Cover) 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Super Happy Funtime Burlesque (Rock) 9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Evan D (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Trio of Boom (Acoustic) 9pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 8pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Spanky (Rock) 8:30p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

Saturday, December 20, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – JFRD Pipes & Drums (Bagpipes) 7:00pm,  Strumstick (Irish) 8:30pm – Kilt night. Wear your kilt and your first draft is FREE!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Southern Rukus (Country) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Sea Floor Explosives (Soul / Folk / Experimental) 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Doug Jordan (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Ron Perry Connection (Covers) 5:30p
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Magician Mark Allan with Kristi Snyder (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Teachers Night (drink specials) and Those Guys (Southern Rock) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Dave Berry (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Aaron Exposito (Acoustic) 5pm; Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm, Back from the Brink (Covers) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm,   Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
Puccini’s Pizzeria, 85 Ava Way –Jig to a Milestone 5:00-9:00pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ian Kelly (Acoustic) 12pm, Johnny King (Acoustic) 4pm, Mitch Kuhman Band (Covers)  9:00pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Holiday Cheer Fest! Numerous Bands (Various) 5:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Ramona Quimby (Rock) 9pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Evan D (Acoustic) 6pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Spanky (Rock) 8:30p
Holiday Shopping & Wine Experience – 64 Hypolita St – 1pm – 3-3.5 Hour shopping spree and wine tastings ending with dessert. Partial proceeds to benefit needy family. Click Here for more info!
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all-inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Chase Ridman (Irish) 4-8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Chase Ridman (Acoustic) – 1pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Driftwoods (Acoustic) 5:30p

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 2:00pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Sapid McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – John Winters (Acoustic) 1pm,  Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm
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Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – TBA (Acoustic) 6pm
Puccini’s Pizzeria, 85 Ava Way – Katherine Archer 5:00-9:00pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Mitch (Acoustic) 12pm,  Raychill (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Various)  8:00pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Holiday Cheer Fest! Numerous Bands (Various) 5:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 3pm, Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – NFL Sunday Ticket – All Day

 

Monday, December 22, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Professional’s Night featuring Karaoke  with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Monday Night Football – BOGO Beers from game time until close!

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Service Industry/Military Service Night with DJ KC

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Smokin’ Joe (Acoustic) 1pm,  Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00pm, David Strom (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Free Pool….Karaoke….no cover….just awesome fun!!!

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Monday Night Football 8:30p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

 

Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

 

Live Music & Nightlife Schedule for December 9th – 15th in St Augustine FL

Time for lots of Christmas fun this week! Starting with the St. Augustine Amphitheatre we have the Rockapella Holiday Revue on Wednesday. This is a free event.  The doors open at 4pm and the show is at 7:00pm. Then on Thursday they have The Manhattan Transfer Christmas Show also doors at 4pm & show at 7pm. Friday is Yes, Virginia The Musical and Saturday is Food Trucks and a movie “Home Alone.” All of this at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. On Friday, the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall presents Trampled by Turtles.

 

Looking for your favorite band or bar? We try to get as much information on the different bars, pubs and taverns around St Augustine so that you can find just what you are after. Let us know if your favorite is not listed and we’ll see what we can do to get it for you. Send your emails to miabain173@gmail.com

 

Not looking for Music or Karaoke? How about Football, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball or some other sport? There is something for every interest.  Here are a few places to find your favorite game.


A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – SEC, NFL, NBA, Soccer
Jackson’s Garage Bar, 223A W. King St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St. – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

 

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

 

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

 

At the St Augustine Amphitheater, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and Colonial Quarter Stage:

 

Wednesday, December 10  – St. Augustine Amphitheatre – Rockapella Holiday Revue – Part of Community First Credit Union’s A December To Remember Gates to Plaza open at 4pm with Santa Visits, Train Rides, Face Painting and Bounce House  Concessions will be available for purchase.  Seating Area Opens at 6pm  A Family Free Event!         Doors 4:00PM | Starts 7:00PM

 

Thursday, December 11  – St. Augustine Amphitheatre – The Manhattan Transfer Christmas Show – Part of Community First Credit Union’s A December To Remember Gates to Plaza open at 4pm with Santa Visits, Train Rides, Face Painting and Bounce House  Concessions will be available for purchase.  Seating Area Opens at 6pm  A Family Free Event!         Doors 4:00PM | Starts 7:00PM

 

Friday, December 12  – St. Augustine Amphitheatre – Yes Virginia The Musical – Part of Community First Credit Union’s A December To Remember Gates to Plaza open at 4pm with Santa Visits, Train Rides, Face Painting and Bounce House  Concessions will be available for purchase.  Seating Area Opens at 6pm  A Family Free Event!         Doors 4:00PM | Starts 7:00PM

 

Friday, December 12 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Trampled by Turtles – Trampled By Turtles formed in 2003 in Duluth, Minnesota. From their beginnings on the Midwestern festival circuit, they have reached new heights with each album. The release of 2012’s Stars And Satellites saw the band play to more fans than ever, sell close to 100,000 albums, make their first national television appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman, and have their first concert feature, Live at First Avenue, broadcast on Palladia.

 

Saturday, December 13  – St. Augustine Amphitheatre – Food Trucks & A Movie featuring “Home Alone” – Part of Community First Credit Union’s A December To Remember Gates to Plaza open at 4pm with Santa Visits, Train Rides, Face Painting and Bounce House  Food Trucks include Dirty Bird Wings on the Fly, Big Island Bowls, Go Go Stuff Yourself, Superfood Truck, Jalapeno Truck, Mam’a Food, The Rolling Lunch Box.  Movie Feature at 6pm  A Family Free Event!         Doors 4:00PM | Starts 7:00PM


 

MUSIC LISTINGS

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe  8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Island Tea Tuesday and Swing Dancing 7:45pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 8pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p


Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day!  Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Beat the Bartender Game  (Win Free Beer) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

The Cianti Room,  60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Kraroke featuring DJ Rob St. John 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Bret Blackshear  (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues)  5:30pm

Planet ! Sarbez! 115 Anastasia Blvd, Dear You and more (Pop Punk)  9:00pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – White Mystery, Rivernecks, Scavuzzos (Rock) 9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Caleb Joy (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Thursday, December 11, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Henry Joe Solo (Covers) 5:30p
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.

Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $15 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Country Music Night with DJ Eric Beer & Whiskey Specials

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night with DJ Josh 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Wet Nurse, Telepathic Lines, Trailer Park Princess (Rock) 9:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Raychill Muller (Acoustic) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Essery (Acoustic) 1-4:30p, Open Mic 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

 

Friday, December 12, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Jesse Cruse (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Mr. Natural (Cover) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Wendy Kissinger (Acoustic) – 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Bt’s Grill and Beer Garden, 223 W. King St  – Laurel Lee and the Escapees (Country Originals) – 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Michael Jordon (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Elizabeth and The Grapes of Roth (Covers) 5:30p

Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff 4 Less Contest Finals (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ladies’ Night with DJ Rob St. John
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spaid McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathaniel Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm; Go Get Gone (Rockabilly) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs

Planet ! Sarbez! 115 Anastasia Blvd, Hot Sauce, My Girl My Whisky & Me, Jake Cox, Urban Bill  (Folk, Country, Americana)  9:00pm

San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Amy Vickery (Acoustic) 4pm,  Henry & The Seahawks (Cover) 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Super Happy Funtime Burlesque (Rock) 9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Three (Acoustic) 9pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 8pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Those Guys (Southern Rock) 8:30p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

Saturday, December 13, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St –Slickwood (Jamgrass Roots, Acoustic, Folk, Rock) 8:30pm –
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Band on the Run (Cover) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Sea Floor Explosives (Soul / Folk / Experimental) 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Ian Kelly (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Mojo Roux (Covers) 5:30p
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Magician Mark Allan with Kristi Snyder (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Teachers Night (drink specials) and The Rio Grande Band (Covers) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spaid McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Aaron Exposito (Acoustic) 5pm; Mike McCarthy (Acoustic) 5pm, Go Get Gone (Rockabilly) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm,   Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ken McAnlis (Acoustic) 12pm, Redfish Red (Acoustic) 4pm, Chuck Nash Trio (Covers)  9:00pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Holiday Cheer Fest! Numerous Bands (Various) 5:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Evan D (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – House Cats (Jazz) 9pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 6pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Those Guys (Southern Rock) 8:30p
Holiday Shopping & Wine Experience – 64 Hypolita St – 1pm – 3-3.5 Hour shopping spree and wine tastings ending with dessert. Partial proceeds to benefit needy family. Click Here for more info!
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all-inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Chase Ridman (Irish) 4-8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Chase (Acoustic) – 5pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Dave Besley (Acoustic) 5:30p

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 2:00pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Jig to a Milestone (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 1pm,  Jake & Jim (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm
< Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Eric Alabiso (Acoustic) 12pm,  RJohnny King(Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Various)  8:00pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Holiday Cheer Fest! Numerous Bands (Various) 5:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 3pm, Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 9pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Ricardo Perez (Acoustic) 6pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – NFL Sunday Ticket – All Day

 

Monday, December 15, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Professional’s Night featuring Karaoke  with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Monday Night Football – BOGO Beers from game time until close!

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Service Industry/Military Service Night with DJ KC

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Smokin’ Joe (Acoustic) 1pm,  Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed

Planet ! Sarbez! 115 Anastasia Blvd, Sleepy Tree, MF Goon, Twinki (Various)  9:00pm

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Free Pool….Karaoke….no cover….just awesome fun!!!

Stogie’s Cigar Bar & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Monday Night Football 8:30p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

 

Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

 

Live Music & Nightlife Schedule for December 2nd – 8th in St Augustine FL

Celebrating the Holidays in St Augustine is a great time to be sure. Not only do we have Nights of Lights, but this week is our kick off to the season. Saturday is the 60th annual St Augustine Christmas Parade at 10am. A wonderful time for the family to enjoy floats, marching bands, cars, horses, and the arrival of Santa. There is also the 40th Annual British Night Watch Grand Illumination Parade on Saturday evening. You are invited to join in this unique Public Participation Parade @ 8pm, where everyone is encouraged to join in and march behind the British Redcoats as they secure St. Augustine. The Parade shall conclude at Government House with Muskets firing Volleys of Joy, followed by Christmas Caroling in the Plaza.

What else is going on, you ask? Well…. we have Wednesday is FREE admission from 6 to 9 p.m. at the St Augustine Lighthouse during Luminary Night! The celebration takes place amidst the flickering glow of over 1,500 luminaries spread through the light station grounds. Friday is First Friday Art Walk and Saturday is the First Saturday Sunset Celebration at Vilano Beach Town Center. Bethany Groves is the entertainement with vendors, crafts, raffles and more. Plus… Caroling at the Pier and the awards for the Dressing of the Palms. The Limelight Theatre will stage “Miracle on 34th Street The Musical” on the Matuza Main Stage Dec. 5, 2014 through Jan. 4, 2015. Don’t miss Daryl Hall and John Oates at the Amphitheatre on Saturday and to top it all off is the Gamble Rogers Festival is at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall this weekend. There are just a couple more things for you to do this weekend.  I’ll see you around town!!!

 

Looking for your favorite band or bar? We try to get as much information on the different bars, pubs and taverns around St Augustine so that you can find just what you are after. Let us know if your favorite is not listed and we’ll see what we can do to get it for you. Send your emails to miabain173@gmail.com

 

Not looking for Music or Karaoke? How about Football, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball or some other sport? There is something for every interest.  Here are a few places to find your favorite game.


A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – SEC, NFL, NBA, Soccer
Jackson’s Garage Bar, 223A W. King St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St. – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

 

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

 

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

 

At the St Augustine Amphitheater, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and Colonial Quarter Stage:

 

Saturday, December 6 – St. Augustine Amphitheatre – Daryl Hall & John Oates with Mutlu – 2014 was a big year for Daryl Hall and John Oates, as they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Starting out as two devoted disciples of earlier soul greats, Daryl Hall & John Oates are soul survivors in their own right. From the mid-’70s to the mid-’80s, the duo would score six #1 singles, including Rich Girl (also #1 R&B), Kiss on My List, Private Eyes, I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do) (also #1 R&B), Maneater and Out of Touch from their six consecutive multi-platinum albums—’76’s Bigger Than Both of Us, ’80’s Voices, ’81’s Private Eyes, ‘82’s H2O, ‘83’s Rock N Soul, Part I and ‘84’s Big Bam Boom. The era would also produce an additional five Top 10 singles: Sara Smile, One on One, You Make My Dreams, Say It Isn’t So and Method of Modern Love.         Doors 6:30PM | Starts 7:30PM

 

Saturday, December 6 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – The 1st Annual Gamble Rogers Fest at Ponte Vedra – The First Annual Gamble Rogers Fest at Ponte Vedra will feature food trucks, art booths, musical memorabilia, a raffle for a variety of must-have treasures and a stunning lineup of live music. Among the acts that will perform are Michael Jordan, The Rubies, Sam Pacetti, Carlos and Carlos, Flagship Romance, Wild Shiners, The Willowwacks, Amy Hendrickson and closing out the bill, the phenomenal threesome originally from the Florida Panhandle but currently wowing audiences in and around Charlottesville, VA – The Currys.           Doors 12:30PM | Starts 1:30PM

 

MUSIC LISTINGS

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe  8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Island Tea Tuesday and Swing Dancing 7:45pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p


Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day!  Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Beat the Bartender Game  (Win Free Beer) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

The Cianti Room,  60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Kraroke featuring DJ Rob St. John 9pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Jesse Evans (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Bret Blackshear  (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues)  5:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Thursday, December 4, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Henry Joe Solo (Covers) 5:30p
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.

Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $15 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Country Music Night with DJ Eric Beer & Whiskey Specials

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night with DJ Josh 9pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Essery (Acoustic) 1-4:30p, Open Mic 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

 

Friday, December 5, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Jesse Cruse (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Red River Band (Country) 9:00pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Michael Jordon (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Henry & The Seahawks (Covers) 5:30p

Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff 4 Less Contest Finals (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ladies’ Night with DJ Rob St. John
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Caleb Joye (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathaniel Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Charlie Simmons (Acoustic) 5pm; A Dam Shame (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs

San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Amy Vickery (Acoustic) 4pm,  DJ Equivalent (Party) 9pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 7pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 8pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Hooch (Country) 8:30p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

Saturday, December 6, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St –Slickwood (Jamgrass Roots, Acoustic, Folk, Rock) 8:30pm –
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Red River Band (Country) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Ken McAnlis (Irish) 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Ian Kelly (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Salt Driven Ride (Covers) 5:30p
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Magician Mark Allan with Kristi Snyder (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Teachers Night (drink specials) and Live Band (Covers) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Dave Berry (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm; Dave Berry (Acoustic) 5pm, A Dam Shame (Covers) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm,   Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Johnny King (Acoustic) 12pm, Mitch (Acoustic) 4pm, DJ Equivalent (Covers)  9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 7pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 6pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Hooch (Country) 8:30p
Holiday Shopping & Wine Experience – 64 Hypolita St – 1pm – 3-3.5 Hour shopping spree and wine tastings ending with dessert. Partial proceeds to benefit needy family. Click Here for more info!
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all-inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Chase Ridman (Irish) 4-8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Chase (Acoustic) – 5pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – The Driftwoods (Acoustic) 5:30p

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Miracle on 34th Street –  The Musical (Community Theatre) 2:00pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spaid McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Denny Blue (Acoustic) 1pm,  Jim & Sharon Lamb (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – John Winters (Acoustic) 12pm,  Raychill (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Various)  8:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Johnny King (Acoustic) 4pm, Henry Joe Solo (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Acoustic) 8pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Ricardo Perez (Acoustic) 6pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – NFL Sunday Ticket – All Day

 

Monday, December 8, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Professional’s Night featuring Karaoke  with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Monday Night Football – BOGO Beers from game time until close!

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Service Industry/Military Service Night with DJ KC

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Smokin’ Joe (Acoustic) 1pm,  Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Free Pool….Karaoke….no cover….just awesome fun!!!

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Monday Night Football 8:30p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

 

Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

 

Live Music & Nightlife for November 25th – December 1st in St Augustine FL

 

It’s the holiday season. Let the fun begin! With Thanksgiving this week there are tons of things to do and some places will actually be open on Thanksgiving. Ha ha. Are you looking for a place to have Thanksgiving dinner so that you don’t have to cook? Check out our great list here… Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving. Check below to find specials from your favorite local watering holes. There are a few.  If you haven’t heard, Barley Republic has gotten a full liquor license, so you can now get a pint and a shot of Jameson at a great Irish Pub! And you really don’t want to miss Dos Coffee’s 5th annual “Cranberry Jam Sessions” Wobble off the Gobble! If you are not into the “Gray Thursday” or “Black Friday” shopping we do have something to get you into the holiday spirit. St Augustine Amphitheatre is hosting a FREE event… Community First’s A December to Remember kicks off on Friday November 28th with Santa Visits, Train Rides, Face Painting and Bounce House starting at 4:00pm and the movie “It’s a Wonderful Life” starting at 6:00pm.  Lots of great stuff in the upcoming weeks. Happy Holidays and I’ll see you around town!

 

Looking for your favorite band or bar? We try to get as much information on the different bars, pubs and taverns around St Augustine so that you can find just what you are after. Let us know if your favorite is not listed and we’ll see what we can do to get it for you. Send your emails to miabain173@gmail.com

 

Not looking for Music or Karaoke? How about Football, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball or some other sport? There is something for every interest.  Here are a few places to find your favorite game.


A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – SEC, NFL, NBA, Soccer
Jackson’s Garage Bar, 223A W. King St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St. – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

 

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

 

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

 

At the St Augustine Amphitheater, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and Colonial Quarter Stage:

 

 

MUSIC LISTINGS

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe  8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Island Tea Tuesday and Swing Dancing 7:45pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm, Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p


Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day!  Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Beat the Bartender Game  (Win Free Beer) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Comedyoke – Karaoke AND comedy rolled into one fun filled evening!! 8pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

The Cianti Room,  60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm

J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Kraroke featuring DJ Rob St. John 9pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Jesse Evans (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Todd & Molly Jones  (Acoustic) 5pm, Adam Lee (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues)  5:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Thursday, November 27, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Dos Coffee & Wine, 300 San Marco Ave – The 5th annual “Cranberry Jam Sessions” Live music, wobble off the gobble! 6-10pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.

Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Country Music Night with DJ Eric Beer & Whiskey Specials
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Sam & Seejay Milner (Acoustic) 1pm, Happy Thanksgiving

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6
< Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night with DJ Jay Sensi 9pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Essery (Acoustic) 1-4:30p, Open Mic 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

 

Friday, November 28, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Ric Welch (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Southern Rukus (Country with a Twist) 9:00pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Colton McKenna (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Elizabeth and the Grapes of Roth (Covers) 5:30p

Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Laff 4 Less Contest Finals (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ladies’ Night with DJ Rob St. John
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – SMG (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Mark Evans (Acoustic) 5pm, David Russell & John Peyton (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs

San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ian Kelly (Acoustic) 4pm,  DJ Josh (Party) 9pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 8pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Red River Band (Country) 8:30p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

Saturday, November 29, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St –Boo Radley (High Energy Acoustic) 8:30pm –
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Southern Rukus (Country with a Twist) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music (Irish) 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Ian Kelly (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Rotageezer (Covers) 5:30p
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Magician Mark Allan with Kristi Snyder (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Teachers Night (drink specials) and Live Band (Covers) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Smokin’ Joe (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Aaron Esposito (Acoustic) 5pm; Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm, David Russell & John Peyton  (Covers) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm,   Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Mojo Roux (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Johnny King (Acoustic) 12pm, Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 4pm, One Hit Wonder (Covers)  9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 7pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Evan D (Acoustic) 6pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Red River Band (Country) 8:30p
Holiday Shopping & Wine Experience – 64 Hypolita St – 1pm – 3-3.5 Hour shopping spree and wine tastings ending with dessert. Partial proceeds to benefit needy family. Click Here for more info!
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music (Irish) 4-8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Chase (Acoustic) – 5pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – TBA (Acoustic) 5:30p

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 2:00pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Jig to a Mile Stone (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Brian Smalley (Acoustic) 1pm,  Donnie Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm
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Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Jesse Evans (Acoustic) 12pm,  Henry Joe Solo (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Various)  8:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Johnny King (Acoustic) 4pm, Henry Joe Solo (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Acoustic) 8pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – NFL Sunday Ticket – All Day

 

Monday, December 1, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Professional’s Night featuring Karaoke  with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Monday Night Football – BOGO Beers from game time until close!

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Service Industry/Military Service Night with DJ KC

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Brent Byrd (Acoustic) 1pm,  Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00p, David Strom (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Free Pool….Karaoke….no cover….just awesome fun!!!

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Monday Night Football 8:30p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

 

Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

 

Live Music & Nightlife Schedule for November 18th – 24th in St Augustine FL

A chill in the air means that it’s time for the St. Augustine “Nights of Lights!” Yep, it starts this Saturday, November 22 at 6:00pm. The city of St. Augustine is center stage this week. No concerts as we get ready to light up St. Augustine and St. Augustine Beach. Starting with Friday at the St. Augustine Beach Surf Illuminations. This colorful and exciting event complements the seasonal lighting of A1A Beach Blvd. in St. Augustine Beach.  The event, from 4 – 7 p.m. at the pier, includes the ceremonial lighting of the Holiday Tree by the mayor, food and beverages offered by local restaurants and many local arts and crafts vendors providing convenient shopping for the holiday season.  Santa, musical performers, face painting, bounce house and traditional carolers make it fun for all!  Then Saturday, get your group and meet up at the Plaza de la Constitucion for the ceremonial lighting of the city! All of the fun starts at 6:30pm. If you haven’t seen this before, you don’t want to miss it. There will also be lots of great music at our favorite local venues. I’m looking forward to seeing you around town.

 

Looking for your favorite band or bar? We try to get as much information on the different bars, pubs and taverns around St Augustine so that you can find just what you are after. Let us know if your favorite is not listed and we’ll see what we can do to get it for you. Send your emails to miabain173@gmail.com

 

Not looking for Music or Karaoke? How about Football, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball or some other sport? There is something for every interest.  Here are a few places to find your favorite game.


A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – SEC, NFL, NBA, Soccer
Jackson’s Garage Bar, 223A W. King St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St. – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

 

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

 

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

 

At the St Augustine Amphitheater, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and Colonial Quarter Stage:

 

 

MUSIC LISTINGS

 

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe  8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Island Tea Tuesday and Swing Dancing 7:45pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm, Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p


Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day!  Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Beat the Bartender Game  (Win Free Beer) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Comedyoke – Karaoke AND comedy rolled into one fun filled evening!! 8pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

The Cianti Room,  60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm

J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Kraroke featuring DJ Rob St. John 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Todd & Molly Jones  (Acoustic) 5pm, Adam Lee (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues)  5:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Thursday, November 20, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.

Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Country Music Night with DJ Eric Beer & Whiskey Specials

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm, Aaron Esposito (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night with DJ Josh 9pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Essery (Acoustic) 1-4:30p, Open Mic 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

 

Friday, November 21, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Ric Welch (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Southern Rukus (Country with a Twist) 9:00pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Katherine Archer (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm

Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ladies’ Night with DJ Rob St. John
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Michael Funge (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm, Decoy (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs

San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Mid-Life Crisis (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Amy Vickery (Acoustic) 4pm,  DJ Equivalent (Party) 9pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 7pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 8pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Spanky (Rock) 8:30p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

Saturday, November 22, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St –Boo Radley (High Energy Acoustic) 8:30pm –
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Southern Rukus (Country with a Twist) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music (Irish) 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Doug Jordan (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Dos Coffee & Wine, 300 San Marco Ave – Jeremy Rogers (Acoustic) 7-10pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Vince Taylor with Devin Seibold (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Teachers Night (drink specials) and Live Band (Covers) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Mark Rubstin (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Alexis Peramus (Acoustic) 5pm; Dave Rudolf (Acoustic) 5pm, Decoy (Covers) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm,   Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Gary Douglas Campbell (Acoustic) 2-5pm; Ain’t Too Proud to Beg (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ken McAnlis (Acoustic) 12pm, Ian Kelly (Acoustic) 4pm,  Denver Public Library (Covers)  9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Evan D (Acoustic) 7pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Ricardo Perez  (Acoustic) 6pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 9pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Spanky (Rock) 8:30p
Holiday Shopping & Wine Experience – 64 Hypolita St – 1pm – 3-3.5 Hour shopping spree and wine tastings ending with dessert. Partial proceeds to benefit needy family. Click Here for more info!
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Sunday, November 23, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music (Irish) 4-8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Chase (Acoustic) – 5pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 2:00pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spade McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Katherine Archer (Acoustic) 1pm,  Mark Evans (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs; Live Music By Donnie Brazile 4:00 to 7:00… No Cover
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Jesse Evans (Acoustic) 12pm,  Henry Joe Solo (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Various)  8:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Johnny King (Acoustic) 4pm, Henry Joe Solo (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Acoustic) 8pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – NFL Sunday Ticket – All Day

 

Monday, November 24, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Professional’s Night featuring Karaoke  with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Monday Night Football – BOGO Beers from game time until close!

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Service Industry/Military Service Night with DJ KC

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Brent Byrd (Acoustic) 1pm,  Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00p, David Strom (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Free Pool….Karaoke….no cover….just awesome fun!!!

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Monday Night Football 8:30p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

 

Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

 

What is Reiki- Experience It in St Augustine FL

I was introduced to Reiki  years back when I was having neck issues from hours of daily driving and a lot of stress. I have always carried my stress in my neck and shoulders and my chiropractor was at his wits end with trying to help me. He suggested I try Reiki and so I did. I tried it on a regular basis and it opened up a whole new world for me in learning how to care for myself. Since then, I not only use it when I am in pain, I use it when I feel stuck or overwhelmed or when I  am having trouble letting go of something.

If you really want to learn more of the technical stuff about Reiki you can check out my Reiki practitioner’s blog post about it.  I can only tell you what it means to me.

I recently had a Reiki session with Jennifer Jacobsen at City Wellness.

I have never been one to make New Year’s resolutions, I tend to change with the seasons. It was the first day of Fall and I had been feeling stuck lately. I didn’t seem to have the energy to start all of the new and exciting things I had planned for my future. I had the excitement but the physical energy just wasn’t there. I felt a Reiki session would be the perfect way to get me unstuck.

Jennifer is a natural born healer and an excellent massage therapist who has helped me so many times with aches and pains. I trusted her entirely with Reiki.

To me, Reiki is the transfer of energy, a healing energy. I could feel the heat and energy pouring through her hands into my body from a source much larger than us both. In the beginning of my session I could not believe the amount of heat I was feeling. Jennifer later explained that I had been so depleted of energy my body was just absorbing everything it could get to restore itself. I could also feel energy and warmth in areas of old injury or places I was experiencing pain. I also was in such a deep state of relaxation that my mind had finally quieted down enough to just be. This is what I came for, this energy, this new beginning.

I got off the table that day with a happy, relaxed, recharged body. I felt light and joyful. I felt great! A few days later I noticed my aches and pains had faded away too. I left them behind on that table. I traded them for health.

I am so happy my old chiropractor introduced me to Reiki. It was a gift for me, something I truly needed.  I hope that through my writing, I can pass this knowledge to someone else who can benefit as I did.

People use Reiki for a lot of different reasons…. healing, pain management, relaxation, energy and emotional problems. Some hospitals around the country, and in the state of Florida, are offering  it for pain management for cancer patients.

I think it’s a gift, to give yourself or someone who is struggling with something. It will come in and out of your life through the years like a dear old friend, showing up in your life at just the right time.

 

If you are curious about a Reiki session or if you want to become a Reiki practitioner  give Jennifer a call at City Wellness.

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Live Music & Nightlife Schedule for November 11th – 17th in St Augustine FL

Wow! You’ve got to love the fall in St. Augustine! Great music, fun things to do and lots of ways to help the folks that need some help. We kick off the fun on Wednesday at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall with favorite Tab Bonoit. DO NOT MISS the “Local Honey” FREE concert at the Colonial Quarter on Friday. This project was conceptualized by Amy Hendrickson and showcases some of St. Augustine’s local talent. You will not be disappointed with this show.  Other notable shows include Justine Townes Earle at the Colonial Quarter Stage, O.A.R. at the Amphitheatre and Ricky Nelson Remembered starring Matthew & Gunnar Nelson at the PVCH. Check out all of the info below. There is also some great theater this week at the Limelight and from A Classic Theatre. Check out the info below. There’s a brand new tour from St Augustine Historic Walking Tours… Holiday Shopping and Wine Experience. A great way to get some holiday shopping in and a portion of the proceeds will help purchase gifts and Christmas dinner for a needy local family via the Salvation Army. Get your reservation in now for this fun tour each Saturday until Dec 20. That’s it from me for this week. I’ll see you around town! Cheers!

 

 

Looking for your favorite band or bar? We try to get as much information on the different bars, pubs and taverns around St Augustine so that you can find just what you are after. Let us know if your favorite is not listed and we’ll see what we can do to get it for you. Send your emails to miabain173@gmail.com

 

Not looking for Music or Karaoke? How about Football, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball or some other sport? There is something for every interest.  Here are a few places to find your favorite game.


A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – SEC, NFL, NBA, Soccer
Jackson’s Garage Bar, 223A W. King St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St. – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

 

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

 

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

 

At the St Augustine Amphitheater, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and Colonial Quarter Stage:

 

Wednesday,  November 12 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Tab Benoit with Devon Allman Band – Known for his signature “Bayou Blues” sound, Tab Benoit is Louisiana’s No. 1 roots export. More than just an acclaimed bluesman, he is an indefatigable conservation advocate. Benoit is a driving force behind Voice of the Wetlands, an organization working to save Louisiana’s wetlands. In 2010, he received the Governor’s Award for Conservationist of the Year from the Louisiana Wildlife Federation. Benoit also starred in the iMax motion picture Hurricane on the Bayou, a documentary of Hurricane Katrina’s effects and a call to restore the wetlands. Benoit was inducted into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in 2010 at the LMHOF Louisiana Music Homecoming in Erwinville, Louisiana.               Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

 

Friday, November 14 – Colonial Quarter Stage – The “Local Honey” Free Local Artist Showcase – The St. Johns Cultural Events Division and St. Johns Cultural Council proudly present the “Local Honey” free local artist showcase at the Colonial Quarter in downtown St. Augustine on Friday, November 14. This showcase, a part of the Sing Out Loud Series, is free and open to the public. In a celebration of the many talented musicians that reside here in St. Augustine, the St. Johns Cultural Events Division and St. Johns Cultural Council partnered with the Local Honey music project, founded by Amy Hendrickson, to present an evening of free performances by eight local singer-songwriters.  The “Local Honey” Free Local Artist Showcase at the Colonial Quarter will feature performances by Lucio Rubino, Chelsea Saddler, Colton McKenna, Sam Pacetti, The Willowwacks, Joe Schauer, Jon Bailey and Amy Hendrickson.  This showcase is very unique not only its lineup but in progressive performance nature.  As one artist ends their performance, the next artist will join them on stage in a continuation and collaboration of music.               Doors 6:00PM | Starts 7:00PM

 

Friday, November 14 – St. Augustine Amphitheatre – O.A.R. with Andy Grammer – Classic American author Thomas Wolfe famously stated “you can’t go home again,” but don’t tell that to the members of O.A.R. on their eighth studio album, THE ROCKVILLE LP, the shape-shifting rock band found that returning home triggered a journey of creative renewal and inspiration. For the first time in a while, the band found that visiting their Maryland hometown gave them a sense of peace. For years, they had been pushing themselves to reach new levels of success, searching for their place in the world. We’ve been hanging out, enjoying life, letting things go…The whole album is about a reboot.” THE ROCKVILLE LP, which was recorded in Nashville, Bethesda, Md., and Brooklyn, N.Y., features some of O.A.R.’s most diverse, intricate songs to date.     Doors 5:30PM | Starts 7:00PM

 

Friday, November 14 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Ricky Nelson Remembered Starring Matthew & Gunnar Nelson – He is the only artist to have a No. 1 song, No. 1 movie and No. 1 TV show in the same week. Life Magazine coined the phrase ‘Teen Idol’ after him and he is credited with pioneering the country rock sound. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Ricky Nelson’s life and music touched millions; his twin sons, multi-platinum recording artists in their own right, relive the music and memories in their multi-media event, Ricky Nelson Remembered Starring Matthew & Gunnar Nelson.            Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

 

Saturday,  November 15 – Colonial Quarter Stage – Justin  Townes Earle with Cory Branan – Once compared to a man who wears many suits, in 32 short years Justin Townes Earle has experienced more than most, both personally and professionally. Between releasing four full-length-critically-acclaimed albums, constant touring, multiple stints in rehab, a new found sobriety, being born Steve Earle’s son, amicable and not-so-amicable break-ups with record labels, and facing the trials and tribulations of everyday life, it’s safe to say JTE has quite the story to tell. His fifth album Single Mothers serves as the perfect platform for such narrations. Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

 

Sunday, November 16 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – The Florida Chamber Music Project presents “Delius & Schumann – “A Day for Delius” The afternoon celebration for the 130th anniversary of composer Frederick Delius’ time in St. Johns County, Fla., is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m., and conclude at 6 p.m. There is no admission charge and doors will open at noon. The English-born Delius spent 1884-1886 in an area west of St. Augustine, known now as Picolata, as the manager of Solano Grove. The festival event consists of an original one-act play written and performed by local actor Jason Woods. A small group of African-American singers who will perform the spirituals and songs of the time that greatly influenced Delius’ music will accompany Woods. The “Song of Summer” film, the story of Delius’ later years, will also be shown. An exhibit of present-day Solano Grove photos by noted filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus as well as artifacts from the Jacksonville Public Library’s Delius Collection will be on display in the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall for viewing by attendees beginning at noon. The Florida Chamber Music Project will finish the day with a concert featuring Delius’ String Quartet in E minor, Schumann’s Quartet No. 3 in A Major (beginning at 3 p.m.) and there will be a post-concert reception to meet the musicians and view the Delius exhibit.               Doors 12:00PM | Starts 1:00PM

 

MUSIC LISTINGS

 

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe  8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for children. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Island Tea Tuesday and Swing Dancing 7:45pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm, Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Doug Carn (Easy Listening) 6:30pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p


Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Craft Beer Day!  Check out our monthly Craft Beer Specials!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Beat the Bartender Game  (Win Free Beer) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Comedyoke – Karaoke AND comedy rolled into one fun filled evening!! 8pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

The Cianti Room,  60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm

J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Kraroke featuring DJ Rob St. John 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Todd & Molly Jones  (Acoustic) 5pm, Adam Lee (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues)  5:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Thursday, November 13, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.

Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Country Music Night with DJ Eric Beer & Whiskey Specials
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Brian McCann (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm, Aaron Esposito (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6
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Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Jesse Cruce (Easy Listening) 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night with DJ Josh 9pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Essery (Acoustic) 1-4:30p, Open Mic 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

 

Friday, November 14, 2014

 

A Classic Theatre – @Pioneer Barn, 259 San Marco Ave – It’s a Wonderful Life – A live radio play by Joe Landry – 7:30pm $21.50 http://www.aclassictheatre.org for more info.

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Tony Paul Neal (Acoustic) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – The Remains (Classic & Southern Rock) 9:00pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Raychill Muller (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm

Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Comedy & Magic (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ladies’ Night with DJ Rob St. John
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spaid McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathaniel Good (Acoustic)1pm, Charlie Simmons (Acoustic) 5pm, Go Get Gone (Rockabilly) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Doug Carn (Easy Listening) 5:00pm, Jason Anderson (Easy Listening) 7:30pm

San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – OH NO! (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Jesse Evans (Acoustic) 4pm,  Henry & The Seahawks (Cover Band) 9pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 7pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 8pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Those Guys (Southern Rock) 8:30p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

Saturday, November 15, 2014

A Classic Theatre – @Pioneer Barn, 259 San Marco Ave – It’s a Wonderful Life – A live radio play by Joe Landry – 7:30pm $21.50 http://www.aclassictheatre.org for more info.

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – JFRD Pipes & Drums (Bagpipes) 7:00pm,  Strumstick (Irish) 8:30pm – Kilt night. Wear your kilt and your first draft is FREE!
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Cottonmouth ((Classic & Southern Rock)) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music (Irish) 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Doug Jordan (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Dos Coffee & Wine, 300 San Marco Ave – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 7-10pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Tanyalee Davis with Rolan Whitt (Comedians) 8pm

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 7:30pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Teachers Night (drink specials) and Live Band (Covers) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spaid McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Aaron Esposito (Acoustic) 5pm; Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm, Go Get Gone (Rockabilly) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm,   Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Carl Emerson (Easy Listening) 5pm, Amy Hendrickson (Easy Listening) 7:30pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Billy Buchanan (Acoustic) 2-5pm; The Mix (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Jay Decosta (Acoustic) 12pm, Amy Vickery (Acoustic) 4pm, Sol Rockers (Covers)  9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Chelsea Saddler (Acoustic) 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Those Guys (Southern Rock) 8:30p
Holiday Shopping & Wine Experience – 64 Hypolita St – 1pm – 4 Hour shopping spree and wine tastings ending with dessert. Partial proceeds to benefit needy family. Click Here for more info!
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Sunday, November 16, 2014

A Classic Theatre – @Pioneer Barn, 259 San Marco Ave – It’s a Wonderful Life – A live radio play by Joe Landry – 2:00pm $21.50 http://www.aclassictheatre.org for more info.

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music (Irish) 4-8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Chase (Acoustic) – 5pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!

Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave – Clybourne Park (Community Theatre) 2:00pm Tickets are $25 for adults, discounts available. For reservations and information, please call 904-806-0454.
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Dave Berry (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – John Winters (Acoustic) 1pm,  Alex & Jim (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs; Live Music By Donnie Brazile 4:00 to 7:00… No Cover
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Jim Geiger (Easy Listening) 5:30pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm

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Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Eric Alabiso (Acoustic) 12pm,  Mitch Kuhman (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Various)  8:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Johnny King (Acoustic) 4pm, Henry Joe Solo (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Acoustic) 8pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – NFL Sunday Ticket – All Day

 

Monday, November 17, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Karaoke  with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Monday Night Football – BOGO Beers from game time until close!

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Service Industry/Military Service Night with DJ KC

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Brent Byrd (Acoustic) 1pm,  Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00p, David Strom (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Free Pool….Karaoke….no cover….just awesome fun!!!

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Monday Night Football 8:30p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

 

Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

 

Gamblefest Americana Music Festival in Ponte Vedra FL

3fbb04_10ac74e1339339d5fb03d4dcef0b8349_png_srz_387_327_75_22_0_50_1_20_0The Gamble Rogers Folk Festival Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, announces the first annual Gamble Rogers Fest at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall.

Celebrating 20 years of music production and support of music education, Gamblefest will present a one day Americana music festival at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall on December 6th, 2014.

The festival will feature food trucks, art booths, musical memorabilia, a raffle for a variety of must-have treasures and a stunning lineup of live music. Among the acts that will perform are Michael Jordan, The Rubies, Sam Pacetti, Carlos and Carlos, Flagship Romance, Wild Shiners, The Willowacks, Amy Hendrickson and closing out the bill, the phenomenal threesome originally from the Florida panhandle but currently wowing audiences in and around Charlottesville VA, The Currys.

 

The doors will open at 12:30 and the music will begin at 1:30. Admission is by donation and the recommended minimum donation is $15.

Check out www.gamblerogersfest.org for more details as they emerge and to purchase advance donation receipts. Donations will also be taken at the door on the day of the festival. Proceeds from your donations will support the educational mission of the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival Inc. and are tax deductible.

 

Fermin Spanish Guitar Trio in St Augustine FL

Fiesta en La Playa!

 

November  15th, 2014, St. Augustine Beach, Fl. —

 

The Fermin Spanish Guitar Trio, Saint Augustine’s premier Flamenco / Latin Fusion artist, will be producing Fiesta en La Playa, a cultural concert experience on Saturday, November 15th @ 8:00 pm. The Event will be held at The Art Studio (St. Augustine Beach). Complimentary Wine will be available for guests. Tickets are $15 advance / $20 door. They can be purchased at: www.ferminspanishguitar.com

 

 

Fermin Spanish Guitar A.K.A. Dennis Fermin and his Trio group have been captivating audiences in the city of St. Augustine for the past four years with an alluring blend of Flamenco’s Passion and Romance with the joy and life of Latin music.  Audiences have been wowed by the band’s performances at venues and events such as The Tasting Room, Romanza, Spanish Wine and Ponce de Leon Festivals.

 

Fiesta en La Playa promises to be an interactive cultural concert experience. Flamenco and belly dancers along with special guest musicians will be participating in the event. Grab your dancing shoes, a few friends and join us at Fiesta en La Playa!

 

 

 

 

 

Band and performers:

Dennis Fermin  – guitar 1 / percussion / vocals

Jacqualine Fermin – guitar 2

Dorian Lopez – hand percussion / vocals

Josmary Haulotte – Flamenco dancer

Gina Marie Newman – Belly Dancer

 

For further information please contact Dennis Fermin:

(770) 704-8194

ferminspanishguitar@ymail.com

www.ferminspanishguitar.com – “Passion and Romance from Spain to the Caribbean Islands”.

 

Live Music & Nightlife Schedule for October 28th – November 3rd in St Augustine FL

I bet that you’re looking forward to a hauntingly good time in St. Augustine this week. You are in luck! There is so much fun going on that you won’t know where to start! Let me help you… For a great laugh this weekend check out NBC’s Last Comic Standing Live Tour at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and continue the laughs at Jackie Knights Comedy Club at the Corner Bar. This Saturday is Peter Hefty with Justin and J. Paw. Halloween parties will be in full swing all over town on Friday night. Check the websites and Facebook pages for your favorite bar, pub and restaurant to see what the costume contest prizes are. There is quite a lot out there to be won! Will it be you? I’ll be checking out the Pickled Beats on Friday at Puccini’s Pizza on Vilano Beach.  Come on out and say hi.  For those that are into Chowder… Don’t forget that this Sunday is the “Great Chowder Debate” at the Conch House. Go on by to see if your favorite is the winner!  See you around town. Cheers!

 

Looking for your favorite band or bar? We try to get as much information on the different bars, pubs and taverns around St Augustine so that you can find just what you are after. Let us know if your favorite is not listed and we’ll see what we can do to get it for you. Send your emails to miabain173@gmail.com

 

Not looking for Music or Karaoke? How about Football, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball or some other sport? There is something for every interest.  Here are a few places to find your favorite game.


A1A Ale Works, 1 King Street – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer, Rugby, Hockey
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – SEC, NFL, NBA, Soccer
Jackson’s Garage Bar, 223A W. King St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer
World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St. – NFL, SEC, NBA, Baseball, Soccer

 

Here’s this weeks “Locals” Lineup of great music and other happenings in and around town!

 

Vilano Beach / Old Town St Augustine / The Island (Anastasia Island)

 

At the St Augustine Amphitheater, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and Colonial Quarter Stage:

 

Friday, October 31 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – NBC’s Last Comic Standing Live Tour – The eighth season of NBC’s Emmy®-nominated competition series returned last month starring three new celebrity judges, comedy icons Roseanne Barr (Rosanne, The Office) and Keenen Ivory Wayans (Scary Movie, In Living Color) as well as international comic sensation Russell Peters (Comics Without Borders). JB Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Millers) is on board as the new host.  The lively laugh fest resumes its search for the funniest comic in the country with innovative format changes, surprise celebrity guests and unexpected twists guaranteed to deliver the funniest season yet.  The Last Comic Standing Live Tour will feature the finalists from the popular series.               Doors 7:00PM | Starts 8:00PM

 

 

MUSIC LISTINGS

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Open Mic Night with Smokin’ Joe  8:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Service Industry Night – Happy Hour Pricing for F&B, Lodging, Travel – Come early, stay late.

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – $5 Burger Night

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Wes Talton Solo (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 2-4-1 Manager Specials from 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Island Tea Tuesday and Swing Dancing 7:45pm-10pm, Open dancing 10pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Walt Kulwicki (acoustic) 1-5pm, Bacon & Eggs (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – David Dowling (Folk) 1pm; John Dickie (Acoustic) 5pm, Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Trivia Night 7-9pm Downstairs…with Trivia Nation, Quarter Beer Night 10-12pm Upstairs with DJ CEP – 25 Cent Drafts
Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Doug Carn (Easy Listening) 6:30pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Trivia Night 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Those Guys (Classic Rock) 8:30p


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Sports all day! 
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Damn Dirty Duo (Acoustic) 7:00pm, Open Darts at 8:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Beat the Bartender Game  (Win Free Beer) 8pm
The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Comedyoke – Karaoke AND comedy rolled into one fun filled evening!! 8pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

The Cianti Room,  60 Charlotte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar (Spanish Guitar) 3pm – 6pm

J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – 1/2 OFF HUMPday Specials 4-7pm!
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Kraroke featuring DJ Rob St. John 9pm

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic) 1p-5pm, Doug & Wade (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Nathanial Good (Acoustic) 1pm, Todd & Molly Jones  (Acoustic) 5pm, Adam Lee (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Southern Seafood Boil w live music by the Falling Bones (rhythm and blues)  5:30pm
Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Doug Carn (Easy Listening) 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Trivia with Will Smith 7pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Sam Williams (Acoustic) 7pm
Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, Open Mic 8pm
Tempo, 16 Cathedral Pl – Open Mic Night (with Tommy Martin) 6:30-10pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Carrick (folk) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

Thursday, October 30, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Trivia Night with Gina 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Steak night & Karaoke with Mr. Natural at 7:30pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Irish Seisuin – A Night of Traditional Irish Music – $3 Harp & Guinness

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Phil Coley Band (Acoustic) 5:30p
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Kill The Keg Thursday – $2 select pints 7pm ‘til it’s gone.

Johnny’s Restaurant & Bar, 3009 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd – Rockers & Rock Band Jam with Fre Gordon, Smokin’ Joe & Derek White 9pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Country Music Night with DJ Eric Beer & Whiskey Specials

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 1p-5pm, Lorrie & Jonny of the Red River Band (acoustic), 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Don Oja Dunaway (Acoustic) 1pm, David Dowling (Acoustic) 5pm, Aaron Esposito (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Bob Patterson (Americana Acoustic Roots) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Ladies drink free 10-midnight, Guys all you can drink $10
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Amy Hendrickson (Bluesy Soul) 3-6

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Bingo 7:30pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Jesse Cruce (Easy Listening) 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Ladies Night with DJ Josh 9pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Stu Weaver (Acoustic) 7pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Jim Essery (Acoustic) 1-4:30p, Open Mic 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 9:00p

White Lion Pub, 20 Cuna St – Open Mic Night (with Amy Hendrickson) 9pm
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

 

Friday, October 31, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Circus Mutt – LIVE (Alternative) 8:30pm – Halloween Party
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Red River Band (Country) 9:00pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Evan D (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Café Sol, 8 Aviles Street – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Creekside Dinery, 160 Nix Boatyard Rd – Old City Dudes (Covers) 5:30p

Florida Cracker Café, 81 St George St – Mark Briggs (Acoustic) 5pm
Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Chuck Kirkpatrick, Kristi Snyder, Matt Watts, Bob Jones, Jason Martinez, Catfish, with host Brian Thompas (Comedians) 8pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Ladies’ Night with DJ Rob St. John
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – DJ (Party) 9pm  Halloween Party w/ giveaways all night Costume Conest

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Griner (Acoustic) 1-5pm , Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Don Oja Dunaway (Acoustic)1pm, Jim & Alex (Acoustic) 5pm, Brent Byrd & the Suitcase Gypsies (Covers) 9pm
O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Gary Campbell (Acoustic) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music 5-8pm with Vinny Jacobs Upstairs, Free Munchies 4:30-6:00, Trivia with Troy…Trivia Nation 7-9pm Downstairs Dj.CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Doug Carn (Easy Listening) 5:00pm, Doug Carn and Kenny Hamilton (Easy Listening) 7:30pm

San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Billy Buchanan & Free Avenue (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Amy Vickery (Acoustic) 4pm,  Love Chunk (Dance) 9pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 8pm
Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart & Jim Carrick (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 8:30p  Halloween Party!
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!  SOLD OUT!

St. Augustine Beer Experience – 1 King Street – 5pm – Like going to a beer festival with no lines. Experience nearly 20 beers. Click Here for more info!  SOLD OUT!
Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!   SOLD OUT!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info! SOLD OUT!

 

 

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St –Circus Mutt (Alternative) 8:30pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Red River Band (Country) 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music (Irish) 8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – Ricardo Perez (Acoustic) – 6pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Greg Pieper (piano) 12pm – 3pm

Casa Maya, 22 Hypolita St – Marianne Lerbs  (Latin) 7-10pm
Dos Coffee & Wine, 300 San Marco Ave – Sam Pacetti (Acoustic) 7-10pm

Jackie Knight’s Comedy Club at Gypsy Cab Corner Bar, 828 Anastasia Blvd – Peter Hefty with Justin and J. Paw (Comedians) 8pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Teachers Night (drink specials) and Live Band (Covers) 9:30pm
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Dave Berry (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – John Winters (easy listening, classic rock) 1-5pm; Dewey Via (classic rock, classic country, southern rock) 6 -10pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St –Aaron Esposito (Acoustic) 5pm; Donny Brazile (Acoustic) 5pm , Brent Byrd & the Suitcase Gypsies (Covers) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 2:30p- 5:30pm,   Rob Peck (Blues, rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Live Music from Seth & Jeff (of Catfish Jones) 5-8pm on the Ocean View Deck, Live Bands 10pm-2am Downstairs, DJ CEP 10pm-2am Upstairs
Puccini’s Pizzeria, 85 Ava Way –The Pickled Beats 5:30-9:30pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Carl Emerson (Easy Listening) 5pm, Jason Anderson (Easy Listening) 7:30pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Ian Kelly (Acoustic) 2-5pm; The Committee Band (Cover Band) 7-11pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Redfish Rich (Acoustic) 4pm, DJ Equivalent (Covers)  9:00pm
Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Evan D (Acoustic) 7pm

Taberna del Caballo, 37 St George St, TBA(Acoustic) 5pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Elizabeth Roth (folk, rock, country) 1-4:30p, Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 5pm, Matanzas (Southern rock) 8:30p
Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!

Pirate Pub Crawl – 135 Avenida Menendez – 7pm -Drink with a famous pirate while she regales you with adventurous tales from the golden age of piracy. Click Here for more info!

Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!  SOLD OUT!

 

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – NFL Sunday Ticket & Beef on Weck!

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Live Music (Irish) 4-8pm

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Karaoke nightly 9pm
Bull & Crown Publick House, 53 St George St – TBA (Acoustic) – 5pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Hospitality specials all night 8p-close!
Meehan’s Irish Pub, 20 Avenida Menendez – Spaid McQuaid (Acoustic) 9pm
Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Mark Hart  (60s, 70s, Jimmy Buffett) 11a-2:30p, Dewey Via Band 3-7pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Adam Lee (Acoustic) 1pm,  Colton McKenna (Acoustic) 5pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Amy Hendrickson (Acoustic) 12:30pm
< Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Raggae Sunday Live Reggae Band 10pm-2am Downstairs; Live Music By Donnie Brazile 4:00 to 7:00… No Cover
Prince of Wales Pub, 54 Cuna St – Jon Bailey (Acoustic) 6pm

Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie; 66 Hypolita St – Jim Geiger (Easy Listening) 5:30pm
Salt Life Food Shack St. Augustine 321 A1A Beach Blvd. – Billy Buchanan  5:30pm – 9:30pm
San Sebastian Winery “Cellar Upstairs”, 157 King St. – Vinny Jacobs (Acoustic) 2-5pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – John Winters (Acoustic) 12pm,  Eric Alabiso (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Various)  8:00pm

Spy Global Cuisine & Lounge, 21 Hypolita St – Kevin Ski (Acoustic) 7pm

Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Johnny King (Acoustic) 4pm, Henry Joe Solo (Acoustic) 4pm, Open Mic Night (Acoustic) 8pm

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St – Keith Godwin & The Rio Grand Band – 1-4:30p, Just Wade 5pm, Matanzas 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – NFL Sunday Ticket – All Day

 

Monday, November 3, 2014

 

Ann O’Malley’s, 23 Orange St – Thank you night! 50% off food & drink for Military, EMT, Firefighter, Law Enforcement, Teachers, Park Rangers 7:00pm
Arnold’s Lounge, 3912 N Ponce de Leon Blvd – Karaoke  with DJ Robby St. John at 9:00pm

Barley Republic, 48 Spanish St – Industry Night
Burger Buckets, 3 Cordova St – Monday Night Football – BOGO Beers from game time until close!

The British Pub, 213 Anastasia Blvd, Open Mic Night 9pm

Café Alcazar, 25 Granada St – Rick Kuncicky (acoustic) 12pm – 3pm
Chianti Room, 60 Charoltte St – Fermin Spanish Guitar  (Spanish Guitar) 3pm-6pm
J.P. Henley’s, 10 Marine St – Trivia Night ($100 in giveaways) 6:30pm
Mardi Gras, 123 San Marco Ave – Service Industry/Military Service Night with DJ KC

Mi Casa Café, 69 St George St – Bo Grinder (Acoustic/folk/rock) 1-5pm, Laurel Norris (Acoustic) 5-8pm

Milltop Tavern & Listening Room, 19.5 St George St – Brent Byrd (Acoustic) 1pm,  Adam Lee (Acoustic) 5:00p, David Strom (Acoustic) 9pm

O.C. White’s, 118 Avenida Menendez, Mike Howard (acoustic folk classic rock) 6:30-10p

Panama Hattie’s, 361 A1A Beach Blvd, Wheel Night 4-6pm…Come Play “Spin The Wheel” and win prizes, Fifty Cent Wings & Fifty Cent Oysters…Oysters served Raw or Steamed

Red Frog & McToads Grub n Pub; 5545 A1A South – Free Trivia 6:30pm
Scarlett O’Hara’s, 70 Hypolita St – Karaoke with DJ Alex 9pm
Shanghai Nobby’s, 10 Anastasia Blvd – Free Pool….Karaoke….no cover….just awesome fun!!!

Tropical Tradewinds Lounge, 124 Charlotte St –Mark Hart 5pm, Dewey Via Band 8:30p

World Famous Oasis, 4000 A1A S. – Monday Night Football 8:30p

Historic Pub Crawl – 23 Orange Street – 5pm – “Drink in the History” of St Augustine on this all inclusive tour. Click Here for more info!
Spirits w Spirits – A Paranormal Pub Crawl – 54 Cuna St – 8:00pm – A real paranormal investigator will take you on a fun-filled paranormal investigation of some of St. Augustine’s haunted bars and taverns. Learn to use real paranormal equipment. Click Here for more info!

 

 

 

Contributed by Mia Bain
St Augustine Historic Walking Tours, LLC
904.392.7137

 

Veterans Day Ceremony at Francis Field in St Augustine FL

Veterans Day Ceremony at Francis Field

November  2014

St. Augustine
11 S. Castillo Dr., St. Augustine, FL 32084

The annual Veterans Day Ceremony will take place on Tuesday, November 11th at Francis Field on Castillo Drive.

The Ceremony is hosted by the Veterans Council of St. Johns County with assistance from the Florida National Guard and the Ancient City Chap-ter of the Military Officers Association of America and will commence at 1100 am. The speaker for this event is Brigadier General Craig C. Crenshaw, United States Marine Corps. He is currently the Assistant Deputy Commandant for Installations and Logistics, Marine Corps Headquarters at the Pentagon. The Ceremony will begin with a minute or more of sustained gun and cannon fire, to simulate the barrage that was constant throughout World War One and which ended precisely at 1100 on the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918. This Ceremony honors all veterans, living and deceased, who have defended St. Augustine for the last 459 years and provided the continuous occupa-tion of which the City is so very proud. We will have both re-enactors wearing uniforms of the past and some Active Duty currently serving men and women of the military services passing before the spectators. There will be some static displays to see and all the re-enactors and active duty personnel to speak with before and after the Ceremony. The Field will be open at 0930 for the public. The Salvation Army and the Lions Club will provide water.Parking is not allowed on the Field itself but the Parking Facility is right next door. The drop off lane will be available for that purpose but not for parking. Please join us as we honor the 20,000+ veterans now living in this County. If you need more information con-tact Lt. Col. (retired) Harry Metz at amazingmetz@yahoo.com.

 

The Annual Christmas Tour of Homes in Beautiful Historic St Augustine FL

46th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes Presented by Garden Club of St. Augustine St Augustine, Fl –

The 46th Annual Christmas Tour of Homes, “Christmas in the Ancient City,” will be held on December 7, 2014 from 12:00p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Garden Club of St Augustine will decorate six private homes and one church dating from the 1800’s in Historic downtown St Augustine. All homes are beautifully decorated by the Garden Club with fresh wreaths, garlands and floral arrangements. A tea and handmade craft boutique will also be held at the Trinity Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

 

Tickets are available online October 1st  at www.christmastourofhomes.com for $25.00. Tickets may also be purchased with cash or check at the following retail locations: Carter’s Jewelry, Flowers by Shirley, Leonardi’s Nursery,  Southern Horticulture, Tre Sebastian, Whetstone Chocolates, Verde-Go Nursery and Hammock Gardens.   “Tickets have sold out early for the last three years,” said Tracey Burke, Executive Treasurer of the Tour of Homes. “It is a fabulous holiday event and a chance to visit and experience some beautifully decorated historic homes in St Augustine by very talented  members of the Garden Club,” she said. “The boutique is also a great opportunity to purchase unique handmade Christmas gifts at great prices.”  The fundraising event allows the Garden Club to enable scholarships and educational seminars throughout the year. For more information visit www.christmastourofhomes.com or www.gardenclubofstaugustine.com

The Corazon Cinema & Cafe in St Augustine, FL – Lunch, Movies and Beer

IMG_2077The Corazon Cinema and Café celebrates its grand opening Friday, September 26th, 2014. I think it will be a big  star here in Saint Augustine.

 

 

The Corazon Cinema and Café is located at 36 Granada Street, in historic downtown St. Augustine (formerly known as “Pot Belly’s Theater.”) 

This Drafthouse style cinema will feature Sundance film festival style films 7 days a week starting at 7:00 pm. They will also be serving up lunch from 11:00 – 3:00 and other goodies all day long.

 

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I spoke with  the owner of the Corazon, Karla Wagner the day I stopped in. She was delightful to meet with and her passion for the renovation of this historic theater really shined through. Her goal is to create an art house with eating, drinking and entertainment, all in one great spot. They are all about community here too. They have all ready committed to hosting some of the films for the Saint Augustine Film Festival in January, 2015. Read More→

The St Augustine Wedding Expo

wedding expo1Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm

The 2014 Saint Augustine Wedding Expo is a first year event.  Salon Zellanova, Endless Possibilities Event Design LLC and the Pioneer Barn at Fort Menendez have partnered up to plan, and produce this bridal show.

Tickets are $10.00

Doors open at 3:00pm

The Expo will take place at the Pioneer Barn at Fort Menendez

259 San Marco Avenue

St Augustine, FL 32084

 

 

The founders of this event  said they felt that our event companies here in St. Augustine tend to get washed out in the big bridal expo’s like Jacksonville, Orlando and Miami. Why not have an event here in our own city. This expo is a great way to help highlight all that St. Augustine has to offer in an intimate setting.  A setting that will allow Brides to really connect with local wedding vendors.  Many times  a Bride leaves these mega bridal shows and  has talked with 10 photographers, 7 cake decorators, 9 caterers and can’t remember who is who.  It can be a very overwhelming experience for a bride.  This show will allow a bride to sit and relax with each vendor and not feel rushed or overwhelmed.

 

The expo will also have a cutting edge theatrical & inspiring fashion show!  the fashion shows will be a delightful addition to the bridal expo. The  fashion show director has created a fashion show that will entertain the audience as well as inspire them to think outside the box when it comes to dressing for their “big day.”  This isn’t just “say yes to the dress,” this is say yes to the entire look!  One big element to the fashion show that will make it unique will be an introduction to each fashion line.  Dancing with Victoria, a local dance company has choreographed three different dances to be preformed before each line comes out on stage.

Vintage is in with many wedding themes, the first fashion line out is a Vintage Line sponsored by Daniel Thompson Bridals -“All About the Bride.”  Let’s not forget about the wedding night, the second line out will be Lengerie Line sponsored by Melissa’s Intimates.  Last but not least, they will have the Bridal Line, sponsored by Daniel Thompson Bridals.

 

The fashion is a big part of the entertainment for the day, but the expo  will also have live music preformed by Sam Pacetti, Amy Hendrickson & Carol Emerson.  Let ‘s not forget about the signature drink bar that will be open from 3pm – 7:15pm and fun giveaways from each vendor.

wedding expoVendors include:

Refinery Athletic Club, Coastal Creation, Westcott B&B, Perfect Pear, Bumpy Photography, Taylor Rental, Oh My Gosh Flowers, Goddess  Wedding Ceremonies, Banana Bread Clothing Comp. Lenders Photo Booth, A Step Above Catering, T Lovely Loos, T L Entertainment, Origami Owl, D’vine Cuisine, The Conch House, Kreation by Karen, The wedding Rental Company, Pin Puppy, St. Johns Illumination, LuLi’s Cupcakes, Pioneer Barn, Endless Possibilities, Salon Zellanova, Melissa’s Intimates, Daniel Thompson Bridals, VIP Entertainment, Film & Photo, St. Augustine Trolleys, Ripley’s Trains, Independent Tour Company, It Works, Avon, Vows & Views, Quality Inn Historic, Passion Party w/ Lindsey, The Perfect Pour.

For tickets call (904) 824-8874

 

www.facebook.com/stAugWeddingExpo

http://staugbridalexpo.eventbrite.com

Viola’s Pizza, Pasta & Seafood Restaurant in the Old Napoli’s Location is Open – Review

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UPDATE  10/11/2014

We ordered a pizza for take out and it had a thin crust and it was fantastic! Even better than the old Napoli’s pizza.

 

Viola’s Pizza, Pasta and Seafood has opened in the old Napoli’s Pizza location. Under new ownership and with a bit of remodeling they are open for business.  They have reversed the bar so it looks out towards the street now and have given it a face lift and comfortable stools with backs. If you’re a local you know what we’re talking about. The whole place has gotten a fresh coat of paint and new tables, chairs and décor. It looks good!

 

 

They have a lot of the old familiar favorites on the menu from Napoli along with a few new additions.

 

IMG_2061We stopped in for the grand opening to try a pizza. Napoli’s was always one of my favorite pizza joints so I have been waiting patiently for the big day. The pie was good but it was definitely different than the Napoli pie. It has a much thicker chewier crust making the sauce and cheese taste less prominent. The owner mentioned they are working on keeping the thin crust of the past, so that may change once they have thrown their share of dough. As my grandmother from Naples said, “pizza dough has a mind of its own… you must learn to work with it, not against it.” I never did learn how to throw dough.

 

 

 

 

IMG_2057The couple sitting next to us ordered the Fried Calamari. They said it was fantastic and they loved that they also fried the banana peppers that came with it.

We stopped in early and saw plenty of familiar local faces there for Happy Hour. Happy Hour specials are $1.00 off draft beer and $1.50 off house wine.

If you have eaten here, please let us know what you think. we’ll keep you posted on our next pie.

 

 

 

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6149 A1A South.

Saint Augustine, Florida 32080

904-471-2981

 

Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurant is Open in St. Augustine, FL – Menu & Review

10557539_10152676875865900_26372715374021931_oBuffalo Wild Wings is now open in St. Augustine, Florida. Are you ready for some football? Buffalo Wild Wings is ready with 47  TV’s and two projectors I can’t think of a better spot to catch a game.

 

It’s big, it’s roomy, and it’s got a lot of energy bouncing around in the newly renovated building. There is fun upbeat  music playing and plenty to watch on the TV’s.  The design and layout is perfect. You can choose to be seated in the middle of all the action or off to the side for a more private dining experience.

 

I talked with General Manager Stephen Taylor and got the scoop on Saint Augustine’s newest hot spot for sports and great food. They’re  really excited about being a part of the Saint Augustine community and it shows. They are aware of how many of our residents are hearing impaired and they wanted to serve their needs. If you see a “D” embroidered on a wait staff’s uniform, they are fluent in sign language. We love it! Kudos to them.

 

IMG_2024Besides serving up delicious  famous wings, you will also find burgers, salads, flatbreads, sandwiches and wraps on the menu. They are known for Wing Tuesday and Boneless Thursday, on those days they have wings for 60 cents a piece.

 

We tried the Caribbean Jerk wings done with a exotic sauce made with red peppers and island spices. I loved those wings and  they were my favorite. We also tried a dry rub of Chipotle BBQ and the Sweet BBQ wings. We also had the Spinach Artichoke Chicken Flatbread.  It had a thin crust and was smothered in a creamy spinach artichoke dip. They serve up good pub style food. We sat at the bar and our bar server’s name was Kellen. I loved him! He was friendly, knowledgeable and he did everything he could to make sure we were happy. No matter if you’re 21 or 101, get your ID out! They card anyone ordering alcohol. We get it, but it is annoying when you know you’re old and you don’t look THAT GOOD!

 

IMG_2034From the way the menu looks you can customize your wings or any of their menu items. I counted over 22 different flavors. They have everything from Blazin’ to Sweet and some yummy ones to try like Asian Zing and Thai Curry.

Check out the menu for a complete look at the flavors & sauces.

 

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The bar is huge with a friendly atmosphere and a great configuration. They have 30 beers on draft and 25 different bottles including some regional brews.

Happy Hour runs from 2pm – 7pm and has a nice $3.00 appetizer selection. They have call drinks featuring Absolute, Captain Morgan’s and Jack Daniels for $3.00 or $5.00 doubles as well as Domestic beer talls for $3.00. Now that’s a great happy hour…. they really do understand St. Augustine locals.  😉

If you’ve eaten there, let us know what you think. We bet they will be a welcome part of the community, especially on game day.

 

 

Sierra Bianchini and Stephanie Johnson

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They are located at 318 State Road 312. In the Old Friday’s Building.

904-679-3495

Hours of operation:

Monday – Thursday 11:00am – 1:00am

Friday & Saturday 11:00am -2:00am

Sunday 11:00am – 12:00am

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The 17th Annual Greek Festival in St Augustine FL

 

 

 

Greek Music and Dance – A wonderful Tradition Continues at the 17th Annual Greek Festival!!!

Greece is one of the few countries in the world where folk music and dance are as alive today as they were in ancient times. At the 17h Annual Greek Festival, October 10th – 12th, 2014, you can hear and see the stories of the islands, the mountains and the villages of Greece translated into music and dance.  Francis Field, 29 Castillo Drive, will be transformed into a virtual Greek village with all its vibrant sights and sounds.  Hosted by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, festival hours are Friday, from 4-9 p.m., Saturday, 11a.m. – 9 p.m. and Sunday, 12 – 5 p.m The festival is proud to present The Hellenic Band who will perform live all weekend in the main tent.  Interpreting the Greek culture through dance will be the Nisiotes,and Asteria Greek dancers.You can also learn the beautiful steps of Greek dance by participating in the free dance lessons.In addition to the great entertainment, plan to dine on delicious Greek foods, pastries, and beverages.  The parishioners of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church have been busy preparing pans of mouthwatering pastitsio (macaroniwith a delicious meat sauce topped with a crema), and dolmathes (stuffed grape leaves).  The Grill will serve upsouvlaki (pork and chicken shish- kabobs), gyros and kid friendly fare .   The village will also have a Cafenio where you can enjoy steaming Greek coffee with your favorite Greek pastries from the bakery.   Stop by the Taverna for a classic glass of Greek wine or a cold beer.The Agora (or marketplace) will delight the shopper with jewelry, apparel, cookbooks, and art.   You can pick up all your hard to find Greek grocery items at the Bakaliko (Greek grocer).  Unique pastas, cheeses and coffees are some of the items that will be available. The villagebookstore will have a large selection of reading material on the Orthodox faith, icons and other unique items for purchase.    And if you are bringing the younger ones with you, stop by the Kids Center for games, rides and more!   There is something for every age at the 16h Annual Greek Festival.Admission is $3.00 for adults and free for those 12 and under. Free admission for active military and their immediate family with ID.  For more information call (904) 829-0504 or visit www.stauggreekfest.com.Some of the food available includes:

Food is available A la Carte, Dinner Plate, or Combination
Dinner Plate includes Rice, Greek Salad and Bread
Combination Plate includes Pastitsio, Dolmathes, Spanakopita & Tiropita
Grilled LambSouvlaki –

 Pork or Chicken

Pastitso
Rizi (rice pilaf)
Tiropita
Spanakopita
Dolamathes
Greek Salad
Gyro Sandwiches – Meat or Veggie
Chicken Strips
Calamari
French Fries

 

The New 76ers with Lis Williamson and Jim Quine in St Augustine FL

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Lis Williamson and Jim Quine will open the show
followed by the New 76ers. Check out their respective web pages at www.elisabethwilliamson.com and www.acoustichappiness.com.

Lohman Auditorium of the Whitney Lab

9505 Ocean Shore Blvd.

Marineland FL.

Doors open at 6 PM and the show will
begin at 7. There will be light refreshments available with merchandise from both
performer groups and the Gamble Rogers Music Festival as well as a raffle of
some great goodies. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door and are
available at Music Matters (196 SR 312 At. Augustine), Simple Gestures (4 White
St. St Augustine) and The Bead Chick (78 San Marco Ave. St. Augustine) or on
line at www.gamblerogersfest.org
or by simply calling Paul at 904 794 4163.

This concert is a facet of the live
music series presented by the not-for-profit organization The Gamble Rogers
Folk Festival Inc. The purpose of this 501(c)3 organization is  to produce
quality live music in our communities at affordable prices and to foster the
value of music and the ideals of Gamble Rogers himself in our local school
systems

Mermaid Island Dining Restaurant in St Augustine FL – Menu & Review

Mermaid Island dining has closed.

 

Mermaid IMG_2016Island Dining is now open in St. Augustine, Florida on Anastasia Island.  The restaurant is located in Sea Grove at the home of the old Groove Café. The owner has many years of restaurant experience and has had a very successful St. George Street location that they recently relocated to the beach.

 

The atmosphere is tropical casual with an island flair. It’s everything a Mermaid would love. They have an outdoor patio and a bar area. They will be featuring  live entertainment too.

They are serving up a large variety of   menu items including: Crepes, Pita Pocket Sandwiches, Hot Sandwiches such as Ruebens and Cubans, Chicken, Seafood and Steak.

They are serving lunch and dinner everyday. We haven’t tried the food yet but if you have please leave us a comment with your review. You can view the entire menu here.

 

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  • 134 Sea Grove Main Street
  • Saint Augustine Beach, Florida 32080
Hours
Mon – Thu: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Fri – Sat: 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Phone (904) 770-7524  770-7525

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Inshore Fishing Report and Advice for St Augustine, FL

 Winter Fishing Report – 2017

drum 1Well winter is upon us. For the next two months we have some great fishing. We will get cold fronts where the highs will be in the 40s or 50s once a week or so and that will start to drop our water temperature. The water temperature right now is in the low to mid 60s but that those fronts will drop it into the low to mid 50s which is great for our winter time fishing. That will kill all the micro organisms in the water so the water will start to clear up. The redfish will start to group into large schools sometimes with over 1000 fish in them trying to stay warm. The morning bite will be a little bit slow but as the sun warms the water by midday the fish will move up onto the flats and start feeding. This is a great time to do sight fishing in real shallow water watching the redfish actually eat your artificial bait or fly. This is the time year I really get to utilize my Eastcape Skiffs flats boat polling in water less than 1 foot of water.  Just remember with the style of fishing it is very important to have a good pair of polarized sunglasses. That will help you look through the water and see the fish swimming. My favorite pair which has a great lens are Smith optics. They have a lens which is called the Chroma Pop which really helps reduce the glare on the water.

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The Battle of Bloody Mose Commemoration in St Augustine FL

soldiers_fort_mose_5x3 THE “BATTLE OF BLOODY MOSE”

 

June 21-22, 2014

 

St. Augustine, Florida

 
ST. AUGUSTINE, FL – June 12, 2014 – In the early morning hours of June 26, 1740, the village of Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose (mo-SAY), the first, legally sanctioned free black settlement in the continental U.S., became the site of the bloodiest battle in Florida’s part in the War of Jenkins’ Ear. That day saw Florida’s Spanish soldiers, black militia, and native Yamassee auxiliaries locked in a “clash of empires” with invading English and Scottish troops from Georgia, a battle that culminated in desperate, hand-to-hand fighting as FortMose, St.   Augustine’s northern-most defense, burned around them. The decisive Spanish victory at “Bloody Mose” was one of the factors that ended British Georgia’s invasion of Spanish Florida.

 

On Saturday and Sunday, June 21-22, 2014, Florida Living History, Inc. (FLH – http://floridalivinghistory.org/ ), along with Fort Mose Historic State Park ( www.floridastateparks.org/fortmose/ ) and the Fort Mose Historical Society ( www.fortmose.org/ ), will host the fifth, annual Battle of Bloody Mose Commemoration.  Now expanded to a two-day heritage Event, the award-winning Battle of Bloody Mose historical re-enactment will take place from 10AM to 3PM at Fort Mose Historic State Park – 15 Fort Mose Trail; St. Augustine, Florida; 32084.  White, black, and Native American re-enactors and volunteers from across Florida and the Southeast will participate in this heritage Event, presenting living-history demonstrations and interpretati

  • WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, June 21-22, 2014 / 10AM to 3PM
  • WHERE:Fort Mose Historic State Park / 15 Fort Mose Trail, off of N.   Ponce de Leon Blvd./ US 1, in St. Augustine, FL
  • WHAT: Partnering with Fort Mose Historic State Park and the Fort Mose Historical Society, as well as living-history volunteers from Florida and across the Southeast, Florida Living History, Inc., will present heritage interpretations and demonstrations on Saturday and Sunday, including:

 

  • Saturday, 10AM – The Battle of Bloody Mose Commemoration 2014 begins; Spanish and British soldiers, militia, and auxiliaries will fire a musket and cannon volley to open this heritage Event; join us in stepping back in time to June 25, 1740 – British-occupied Fort Mose and Spanish San Agustín, the day before the fateful battle!;
  • 11AM – Re-enactment of the “Battle of Bloody Mose” by Spanish and British troops;
  • Following the battle re-enactment, living-historians will answer visitors’ questions about this significant episode in Florida’s and America’s history and pose for photographs;
  • Noon -1PM – Lunch and refreshments may be purchased on-site from food vendors; Local Fare Farm Bag ( www.localfarefarmbag.com/ ) will offer locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables for sale;
  • During the afternoon, listen to FLH’s member unit, Theater with a Mission, perform an excerpt from a period Spanish play;
  • Meet and talk with 18th-century living-historians throughout the Event;
  • Volunteers from the National Park Services’ Castillo de San Marcos National Monument ( www.nps.gov/casa/ ) will offer period artillery demonstrations throughout Bloody Mose 2014;
  • Demonstrations of colonial Florida textile arts will take place throughout the Event and Gullah arts and crafts will be displayed and on sale;
  • Children will have the opportunity to join members of the Florida Public Archaeology Network/Northeast Region in a fun, educational “build/discover a fort wall” activity!

 

  • COST: Admission to this heritage Event is free.  The Museum admission fee is $2.00 per adult; children age 5 and younger are free.
  • PARKING: Parking at Fort Mose Historic State Park is limited.  Visitors are encouraged to use the free parking at the Old Jail (167 San Marco Ave.) and travel to and from the park via the free shuttle service provided by Old Town Trolley Tours.

 

The National Park Service has named the annual Battle of Bloody Mose Commemoration as a Member Program of the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom ( www.nps.gov/ugrr ).  Viva Florida, a division of the Florida Department of State promoting Florida culture and heritage, has named the Battle of Bloody Mose Commemoration as a 2014 Featured Event ( www.vivaflorida.org/Events/The-Battle-of-Bloody-Mose-Commemoration ).

 

The annual Battle of Bloody Mose heritage Event is sponsored by the 501(c)(3) non-profit, educational Florida Living History, Inc., by Fort Mose Historic State Park, and by The Fort Mose Historical Society, in partnership with Viva Florida 500, the National Park Service, and with the support of volunteers from the Fort Mose Militia and other historical re-enactment groups.  Financial support for this Event is provided, in part, by the Florida Humanities Council ( www.flahum.org/ ), the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the generosity of NTE Solutions ( www.ntesolutions.com/ ).

 

 

 

 

For more information on Florida Living History, Inc., please contact us at info@floridalivinghistory.org or phone us, toll-free, at 1-877-FLA-HIST (1-877-352-4478)!

 

 

 

The Sunday Farmers Market at Marineland

marineEvery Sunday you will find a fabulous little farmers market at Marineland from 10:00AM- 2:00PM, year round. They have an average of 25-30 venders.  It’s located at the Marina and offers plenty of parking. It’s a great place for locals and tourists to pick up all of the essentials for a healthy lifestyle and a few treats as well.  Need a few souvenirs? You can find them here too.

 

They offer fresh bread & pastries, Greek food, homemade pasta & sauces, muffins, coffee, plants & flowers, popcorn, custom jewelry, homemade handbags, tide clocks, soap, fresh seafood, fresh produce, art, pet adoptions and much more! Check out the website for more information.  http://saltairfarmersmarket.com

 

Shop local!  Every dollar spent at the market generates $10 to our local economy.

 

 

Salt Air Market

101 Tolstoy Lane

Marineland Florida.

Drum Man Charters & Blackfly Outfitters on the TV Show Guided – St Augustine FL

Hey St Augustine, Check out our very own Captain James Dumas from Drum Man Charters and Vaughn Cochran from Blackfly Outfitters and the Blackfly Restaurant in St Augustine Florida on the hit show Guided!

Captain James will be guiding Vaughn on the popular World Fishing Network’s show “Guided” with host Mark Melnyk.
Mark interviews Vaughn as they fish the inshore flats around St. Augustine on one of Captain James’ fly fishing boats. Click on the image below to watch the trailer and then be sure to catch the show  Saturday, June 7th 2014, on the WFN channel in your area. The show will air at noon and again at 9:00 PM

To find out more about Captain James and Drum Man Charters check out his website. If you fish with Drum Man Charters the Blackfly will cook your fresh catch for you at the restaurant. You won’t be disappointed. Ask Captain James for more information.

 

 

Gamble Rogers Folk Festival Presents an Evening of Song & Story – St Augustine FL

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The Gamble Rogers Folk festival Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the arts and art education, will be sponsoring a concert at the Whitney Lab Lohman Auditorium on June 28th (Saturday). The concert will feature two nationally known and often honored singer/songwriter/storytellers, Michael Reno Harrell from South Carolina and Bob Patterson from Northeast Florida.

The doors will open at 6 PM and the music will begin at 7 PM. There will be light refreshments available. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 the evening of the show.

Tickets will be available as of June 1st and may be purchased on line at www.gamblerogersfest.org or locally in St. Augustine at Music Matters (196 State Road 312), Simple Gestures (4 White Street) or the Bead Chick (78 San Marco Ave.) or by calling Paul at 904 794 4163. This promises to be a wonderful evening of music and story that will send you home laughing, humming and thinking! Seating is general admission and limited so do get your tickets early. THE ADDRESS of the Whitney Lab and Lohamn Auditorium is 9505 Ocean Shore Blvd. (A1A), adjacent to Marineland.

Farm to Family Mobile Farmers Market in St Johns County – Information

farm1North Florida’s First Mobile Farmers Market Launches May 17th, 2014

Local nonprofit Pie in the Sky’s new flagship program, Farm to Family, is due to make it’s official public launch on Saturday, May 17 from 11 – 1 pm at Bozard Lincoln Ford, 540 Outlet Mall Blvd, St. Augustine, Florida.

Farm to Family is a mobile farmers market that sources produce from local farmers and sells it to neighborhoods throughout St. Johns County, including neighborhoods designated by the USDA as “food desert” areas.

The program is the first of its kind in the North Florida region, and was developed in collaboration with the University of Florida IFAS extension office and local farmers in Hastings, Florida. The goal of the mobile market is to bring fresh, healthy foods to neighborhoods in need with an innovative program that sustainably supports our entire local food economy. The program supports local job creation, sustainable farming practices in our area, nutrition education programming and community health.

When you buy from Farm to Family not only are you getting the freshest possible product available (we load our trucks directly from the farm on the day of delivery), but you’re also supporting local community health and education outreach, which the market is also slated to develop. All proceeds from the sale of produce with Farm to Family are rolled directly back into outreach. The truck will make a total of 10 stops at locations through St. Johns County each week to start, with plans to expand as programming grows. To learn more about market stop locations and hours, visit our website at www.farmtofamilyflorida.org.

Farm to Family’s launch event is open to the public and will feature an official Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony, plus a blessing of the truck by retired Bishop Edward Chalfant and presentations by guest speakers Commissioner Ron Sanchez and Assistant County Administrator Jerry Cameron. Afternoon festivities will include live music by local favorite Lonesome Bert and the Skinny Lizard, tours of the mobile market, drinks and appetizers, and an opportunity to take home bags of fresh-picked produce.

For more information on Farm to Family or the launch event, please contact Malea Guiriba at 904-382-9939 or malea@hastingspieinthesky.com

Launch Event Information: http://farmtofamilyflorida.org/event/farm-to-family-launch/farm2

Pecha Kucha Night in St Augustine FL

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Pecha Kucha Night, Volume 4

 

Theme: Compassion

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Time: Doors open at 6 pm, Presentations begin at 7 pm.

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Admission: Free (with food by Planet Sabrez and beverage available for purchase)

 

Volume 4 Presenters:

 

Irene Arriola

Walter Coker

Derek Coghlan

Erin Rohan Smith

Warren Clark

Seth Teston

Jennifer Wolfe

Todd Neville

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Micah Gilliam

 

We asked the organizers of the St. Augustine Pecha Kucha how do you pronounce it and what does it all mean. Here’s what they had to say.

 

People ask us all the time, “What is Pecha Kucha?”

 

A reasonable question, given such a funny-looking term.

 

“Peh-cha Cooo-cha? Pay-chie?  Pah-cha?  Choo-chi”, they mumble.  Until finally, “how do you say that anyway?”

 

This is where the conversation gets awkward.130514_9686PechaKucha

 

Truth is, we don’t really know how to pronounce Pecha Kucha either.  Of course we googled it. Of course we listened to audio recordings of pronunciations.  Of course we wrote to the Executive Director of Pecha Kucha Night in Tokyo,  but to date not even our team of local organizers is 100% convinced we’re always saying it correctly.

 

Turns out, however, that’s quite alright.

 

Technically, Pecha Kucha is a Japanese term that can be loosely translated as “chit-chat” or “chatterbox”, and while experts agree the most accurate pronunciation is puh-chock-a-cha, in St. Augustine, we won’t point and laugh when the term rolls off your tongue in a chunky syllabic mess. We get it, and we sympathize. For us, the most important part of understanding Pecha Kucha has nothing to do with how its pronounced. What really matters is what it means.

 

Originally devised by two architects, Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, in Tokyo, February 2003, Pecha Kucha, in contemporary contexts, has grown synonymous with the art of concise presentation. Speakers selected for Pecha Kucha Night (PKN) collect 20 slides and have exactly 20 seconds to “chit-chat” about each slide – forming a presentation that lasts exactly 6 minutes and 40 seconds.  A typical  event will showcase anywhere from 6-10 presentations with topics that range, quite literally, from knitting to nuclear science. Some are funny. Some are serious. Some are a little bit of both. Presenters needn’t be experts on their topics, only enthusiastic in their interest1604587_612445725494246_1420185878_n and champions of an idea.

 

In early 2013, St. Augustine officially joined the ranks of over 700 cities worldwide to host a Pecha Kucha event of it’s very own downtown, and we’re now gearing up for Volume 4.  For us, PKN represents an evening of listening and learning, community and creativity. It exists to encourage individuals to share the things that light their fire, and to prod us collectively to keep exploring new perspectives. If you love ideas and happen to believe, like we do, that inspiration often emerges from the things we don’t understand – we invite you to join us for Pecha Kucha Night this month.  Regardless of how you utter the name, we’d love to see you there.

 

– PKN city organizers

  www.pechakucha.org/cities/st.augustine

 

 

 

Fishing Charters in Saint Augustine

Happy Birthday to Me!-

About once a year, usually in the spring, I get an itch to go fishing. When it hits me I usually  run into my husband’s office like an eight-year-old kid screaming, honey, honey, can we please go fishing? When would you like to go he asks? For my birthday  I exclaim.  I’ll call Capt. James and see if he has it available.

 

I love Capt. James  fishing charter, Drumman Charters. He has been taking me fishing on my birthday for about 5 years. He has a great boat and my husband and I feel very comfortable fishing on it together.  The first time I went out with Capt. James was my first fishing lesson in the Saint Augustine inter-coastal waterway. Boy did I have a lot to learn. Capt. James taught me everything I needed to know, all I had to do was show up wearing sunscreen. He has the poles, the bait, the boat, and a cooler full of water. He also has a cooler of ice to keep your fresh catch cold and my goal that day was to fill it with Red Drum!

We used live bait, so he baited  all my hooks for me (now that’s service). I wasn’t too comfortable casting in the beginning, so he did that for me too. But with a few pointers from Capt. James soon I was casting on my own feeling confident and comfortable and having the time of my life on his boat. Did we catch fish you ask? Why of course we did. Capt. James informed me that every morning he goes out looking for fish, he says the trick is finding spots where the fish are not feeling too much pressure. Every year that I have gone out  with him he has shown us new places to fish, new techniques and a great time.

The scenery and the fingers of the inter-coastal waterway is breathtaking. This is why I sometimes like to fish here instead of in the open water. I find it more relaxing and every time I’m out it’s like I’m on wildlife tour. Every trip, we take some time out from fishing to watch the dolphin play. I never get tired of watching dolphin and I always feel like it’s a great birthday present when they make their appearance for me. Capt. James on the other hand reminds me that dolphin are not good for fishing. So with that he starts his engine and takes me to a new spot, a secret spot.

Fish you catch yourself always tastes better (he cleans them for ya too). I have caught all kinds of things out  there on Capt. James’s charter. We have caught redfish, trout, flounder and sheep-head, all great to eat. But some fish are just fun to catch. Capt. James takes us for those too, this past April my husband caught a 40 pound bonnet head shark out with Capt. James. That will get your adrenaline going and going and going. I have caught some really fun fish that fight and make you feel alive. The inter-coastal at certain times of year is full of ladyfish, they put up a great fight, I don’t know if the word lady should actually be in their name. I have also caught some Jacks that showed me a really a good time and a puffer fish who was really fun to watch blow himself up. My point is you never know what you can catch out there but I do know with Capt. James,  you  always catch something , that’s just the kind of guy he is. Your experience is so important to him that he gets up every day  and goes and looks for fish. Who does that? He’s a dedicated Capt., a wonderful tour guide and a hell of a fisherman and that’s why I love fishing with Drumman charters.

You can find Capt. James at http://www.drummancharters.com

1-904-687-9498

 

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Salt Life Food Shack in St Augustine FL – Restaurant Review & Menu

 

Salt Life is now open for lunch and dinner. We will update our information and reviews as we try new food items.

1779077_617347728335566_6124390843502454065_nThe new Salt Life Food Shack in St Augustine Beach, Florida is  “BEACHY KEEN.”

St. Augustine has been waiting for this restaurant to open for a very long time and for good reason. The food is beyond fantastic! The location across the street from St. Augustine Beach Pier doesn’t hurt either, nor do the great prices and fabulous views. From the roof top deck you have the best of both worlds; sunset on one side and the Atlantic ocean on the other.

 

Now that I have had the grand tour, I can see why they took a little longer to open. Perfection! The place is perfect. The decor is the signature Salt Life colors of Turquoise & watery blues mixed with a lot of Teak colored wood. It has Beach written all over it with a casual, relaxed, resort like feel. Salt Life is the perfect place to “Eat, Drink and Be Salty.” Read More→

Easter Sunday Sunrise Services in St Augustine FL

easterIf you’re looking for a beautiful way to start off your Easter Sunday, start with a Sunrise! Saint Augustine, Florida has two fabulous  Sunrise services on the beach that are family friendly and dog friendly too.

 

 

The Locals’ Guide attends the one out at Crescent beach and it is truly a spectacular event. If you have never gone before, I promise you  once you go it will become a tradition. Friends say the Vilano service is as equally impressive if you live over that way. Read More→

Cantina Louie is a New Mexican Restaurant in St Augustine FL – Menu & Review

  10155589_603831729700252_8377413597007225192_n Cantina Louie is a Fun New Mexican Restaurant in St. Augustine Florida.

 

Cantina Louie is now open!  The Locals’ Guide couldn’t wait to try it so we popped in for the grand opening to see what it was all about. It was fantastic! If you love Mexican food you are going to love this place.

The food is authentic and the prices are good. You get a lot of food for a great value.

 

They are serving up a wide variety of  Specialty Tacos, Enchiladas, Quesadillas, Burritos, Fajitas and authentic “Mexican Street Food.”

 

See Lunch Menu Dinner Menu Drink Menu

 

They start you off with chips and salsa, of course it’s homemade and out of this world.

 

 

We ordered a lot of food so we could try a variety of dishes. My first taste of Mexican Street Food was the Taco Fresco – $3.50

Made fresh with skirt steak, then topped with fresh lime, Pico de Gallo, and queso fresco. It was fantastic and probably my favorite. I absolutely love the seasoning they use on the steak at Cantina Louie.

Chips & Salsa

Chips & Salsa

Taco Fresco

Taco Fresco

 

Next up was the Sope – $3.99

A fresh handmade corn patty topped with refried beans, skirt steak, lettuce tomato, sour cream and queso fresco.

I had never had a Mexican sandwich before so we had to try the Torta – $8.99

Said to be Mexico’s favorite sandwich and now my favorite Mexican sandwich too.

It s a combination of skirt steak, refried beans, lettuce, avocado, tomato, mayo and queso fresco on a big fat roll. It was really good but I must admit I was so full I only ate the filling and left the roll and fries behind.

Sope

Sope

 

Torta

Torta

 

My husband is not a fan of refried beans so he ordered one of the Gringo Combo Dinners for $8.25

He ordered the number 8  plate. It came  with one taco, one enchilada and one burrito. It was a lot of food for the money and it was terrific. You can choose from 14 different combinations.

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1862 Margarita

1862 Margarita

You would never know they had just opened. The service was really good and they were calm under pressure. The staff was friendly and very accommodating. They really don’t have a bar to sit at  but they do have a wide selection of margaritas and frozen drinks. We had dinner on our visit but they do serve lunch Monday – Saturday. Prices for lunch run from $6.99 – $9.99

Next time in I really want to try the Fajitas. I am a huge Fajita fan and I just know they will make them perfect here.

On the weekends they serve up some other Mexican Street Food to try.

How about this Mexican Street Corn for starters?

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IMG_2001If you love Mexican, go check it out. I think you will really like the food and you can’t beat the value. If you go, leave us a comment and let us know what you think.

Salud!

Cantina Louie is located at the corner of Route 1 and 312

  • 1900 US 1 South
  • Saint Augustine, Florida 32086
They will be open daily.
Hours of operation:
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904-770-2608

Kayak Fishing in St Augustine

Life’s  for Livin’-

 

Hey Smooch do you want to go kayak fishing? Heck yeah…NO… Kind of… Yes but I’m scared.

 

Kayak fishing! It sounds exciting and scary at the same time. I love to fish and I love to kayak,  put them together and how could that be scary. Well, there is the casting with a hook on the line, the fact that a mullet could jump into my kayak and I scream so much  I tip myself over and alligators.

Okay I’ll go!

So my husband plans the trip with Bart from Action Kayak Adventures, he is local here in St. Augustine Florida. On the particular day we’re going Bart says it’s best to leave around 4:30 in the afternoon.  Bart says all you need to bring is sunscreen and  a snack if we want one, he provides everything else, kayaks, life vests, poles and bait.

 

We meet him at 4:30 and he is there as promised with our kayaks all decked out and all the gear we need.  He gives us a brief  lesson  on what we need to know to make the best of our experience, and away we go. The kayaks are some of the most comfortable and high end that I have been in here in St. Augustine. If you’ve ever spent three or four hours in a kayak you  know how important that is. This guy definitely takes great care in his business. We kayak about a mile at a leisurely pace enjoying the scenic views and reach our first fishing spot. Bart baits up my husband’s hook and sends him to the open water area and ties up to my kayak against the shoreline. He baits my hook,  casts my line and gives me a lesson on redfish behavior. I want to know everything.  I’m going to pick his brain on every bit of information he has on how to catch a Red Drum. Mullet are jumping every where…confusing my brain and scaring me as they leap and splash all around my Kayak. Is that a Red Fish, is that one?

“I GOT ONE”!

My husband Yells to us that he has hooked a Red!!!!  The Red takes him for a ride, turns his kayak around and begins his fight. I watched from the shore, fishing from my own kayak. My husband had the time of his life with his redfish. It was a beautiful redfish,  lots of spots and he was a keeper. We had him for lunch the next day  on the half shell.

We continued fishing and Bart continued sharing his wisdom with me when I asked him a perplexing question. Bart, why did that turtle just swim by and keep his head out of the water the whole time?

Tracey.. That was a baby alligator!  So my trip had just turned  to adrenaline producing  in the blink of an eye. Come on guys let’s get a new spot  says Bart and we began to paddle to a new fishing  hole. On our way we paddled through an area with a few more gators. At this point I informed Bart that if an alligator jumped into my kayak I was going to beat him(Bart that is) to death with my paddle. He then informed me that first I should probably smack the alligator. Once again Bart was thinking of me and wanted me to have a great experience.

It was a wonderful experience! The adrenaline from the gator,( they really are harmless and just want to keep their distance), catching fish,  learning something new and kayaking in this beautiful area was above and beyond my expectations. I am so glad I did it and I can’t wait to do it again. Next time my husband asks me, ” honey do you want to go  kayak fishing?” My answer will be” Hell yeah” without any hesitation. My only question will be, can Bart take us?

 

You can find Bart at Action Kayak Adventures-

www.actionkayakadventures.com   1-904-325-0344

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