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Experience the culinary charm, unique drinks, and music at this local gem.

Visit St. Augustine

Prohibition Kitchen is serving up music and style on St. George Street. This 1920s and Prohibition-era themed pub offers generous portions of locally-sourced bar food, craft cocktails, and live music every night.

jacksonville Magazine

St. Augustine’s Prohibition Kitchen gives a nod to the era, but in a modern and impressively large restaurant on the main strip of St. George Street that can accommodate more than 200 diners and a few dozen at its stately bar. A stage for the nightly musical acts sits just inside the entrance and rows of tables and booths stretch far back into what used to be the Old Town Wine Cellar & Restaurant. The Sheltra family, owners of Pizzalley’s on St. George next door and the Chianti Room, went heavy on the period details, using reclaimed wood and installing tin ceilings. Edison bulbs hang down from custom lighting fixtures made of pulleys, metal blades, and pipes, and there are welcome modern touches like electrical outlets with USB plugs for visitors seated at some booths.