Rough hewn plank walls. Guys in suspenders & dolls with ruby red lips. Everything made to order… Step inside the new St. Augustine Bar Ice Plant Dining & Vintage Bar and experience how a drink should be made, how food should taste and why St. Augustine’s dining scene is not about to cool off.
I was in town for meetings and some work time. Wi-Fi can be hard to find in St. Augustine, so I often end up at the library or Kookaburra Coffee to work. But after The Florida Room’s iced coffee in the afternoon, I decided to forego another dose of caffeine.
Ended up at Ice Plant.
best. decision. ever.
More words later… but I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves first:
There is so much right at Ice Plant. I love the ambiance, the creative menu and the seamless fusion of vintage and progressive. We’re double dating with friends this week… now that they’ve been open a few weeks and had some time to work out grand opening jitters. Honestly, I can’t wait! If you want an update before I’ve re-posted, tweet me @SimplyStAug.
Ice Plant Dining & Vintage Bar
110 Riberia Street