Vilano Beach is an unincorporated community in St. Johns County, Florida, United States. It is listed as the Villano Beach) census-designated place (CDP) by the U.S. Census Bureau. The population was 2,678 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Vilano Beach
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Hyppo is a gourmet popsicle shop that makes all of its own products using only fresh, natural ingredients. From fresh basil to ripe mangoes to blazing ghost peppers, you're sure to find flavor combinations here that expand the notion of what an ice pop can be. All pops are gluten free and vegetarian, and about half of our selection is dairy free. We use Florida evaporated cane juice to mildly sweeten the fruits and herbs before their flash-freeze onto a small birch stick. On a hot day in the historic district, this is the pinnacle of flavorful refreshment. Open late.
Saw some folks walking around with different looking popsicles so we checked it out. Oh. My. Gosh. I had the apple and cranberry popsicle with a hint of cinnamon. It was so good I took the time to open up TripAdvisor to review a darn popsicle. Just go here many neat flavors. You will thank me later mmmmmm.
4 based on 992 reviews
Welcome to the 'NEW' Beaches! Beaches had a restaurant makeover this past season. Along with our beautiful beach front location and the best sunsets in St. Augustine we now have a remodeled restaurant, new menu, fresh seafood daily, new wine list, new outside bar & deck and the friendliest staff in town! Beaches is great for the whole family, the kids love our beach! There is dining inside or outside on our huge deck and tables to dine right in sand. We also feature two fun bars and live music every weekend out on the party deck. Beaches is truly a fun, relaxing establishment. So if your looking for a waterfront restaurant & bar that serves great food, fresh seafood, creative cocktails, friendly service, beachfront dining & the best sunsets in St. Augustine leave your stress behind and come to Beaches!
My family and I ate here this evening and it was excellent. I ordered the coconut shrimp with black beans/rice and broccili, my husband had the grilled Mahi mahi with black beans/rice and plantains, and my daughter had the shrimp basket. First of all, my shrimp were super fresh and they were HUGE! They were seasoned to perfection! Our service was wonderful and we had a pretty cool view. I recommend this place to everyone. One more thing, we also had their house margaritas, they were fantastic. Their prices are very reasonable as well!
4.5 based on 468 reviews
Aussie themed Coffee/Pie shop. Serving excellent Bold!Bean espresso and coffee, frozen frappes, specialty teas, and delicious Aussie meat pies and treats.
Excellent place and quite popular...get there at opening! Pies were delicious and decadent...I think I gained a couple pounds but worth it! Honey Badger coffee delicious as was the Bad Aussie. Jackaroo pie was different at this location from beach location but each version was great; crusts were amazing. As I asked the guy at the beach location, please open in Naples! Thanks!
5 based on 73 reviews
Crème de la Cocoa is a dessert company that provides wedding and special occasion cakes, signature hand painted and hand-casted chocolates, artful desserts, French macarons, marshmallows, cookies and cookie sandwiches, brownies and more. Classes are also available.
So, after a meal from Uptown Scratch- food truck parked across the street- and Dos- coffee shop paired with UtS as a sit-down- we saw Creme de la Cocoa across the way. The full-length windows display a wedding cake and several women handling delicious looking confections. We HAD to give it a shot...and are we glad we did!
The staff is quite friendly. We ended up ordering the following:
-2 mini Southern Belles (pecan pie, shortbread and vanilla mousse)
-orange amaretto cheesecake
-Florida native (key lime flavored dessert)
-midnight espresso (you can imagine)
It was all fantastic. You should definitely go ahead and plan a meal around these 3 spots, centered so closely it almost seems as if fate brought them together! haha
5 based on 686 reviews
Here at Uptown Scratch Kitchen we serve fresh, local and innovative cuisine. With an ever-changing black board menu, we strive to provide a palette explosion in a casual, friendly environment. We also provide catering services. We are located on the lot of DOS Coffee and Wine, 300 San Marco Avenue which provides coffee, teas, beer, wine and other great options to share with our guests. Menus are posted on our Facebook and Instagram pages with Specials added daily. You may call ahead for pick up orders. We are open Rain or Shine and you are welcome to eat indoors at DOS and enjoy one of their beverages. We will serve your food to you at you seat after ordering at our covered window. From all of us at Uptown Scratch Kitchen, we look forward to serving you soon!
Stopped by for lunch. I wanted to like it, and the menu was a nice mix of options. The first warning was when the staff announced after our order that the wait for service would be 40 minutes. Really? At a food truck? This just isn't anyone's expectation of this experience. Food was brought to our tables in no less than the full 40 minutes, and was mediocre. Rice and beans was weirdly sweet, and went uneaten. The burger was solid, as was the jerk chicken. But, at this level of expense, I expected better. Overall unimpressed. Just get a sandwich or salad from DOS next door and you'll be better off.
4.5 based on 213 reviews
LuLi's Cupcakes is located in the historic district of St. Augustine, we bake our cupcakes fresh daily using only the finest ingredients. We offer vegan, gluten free, and dairy free options. We also create one of a kind beautiful wedding cakes.
Beautifully done cupcakes. And they taste even better then they look. Folks have been giving these to us as thank you gifts so we had to go get more. Wish St Augustine parking was better for all these businesses. Just have to be lucky to get a spot.
5 based on 664 reviews
Stopped here while waiting for our tour of the Distillery. This a great spot for vegetarians/vegan but could use a few more options meat eaters. Lots of options for salads, wraps and rice bowls. Everything was fresh and homemade. Disappointed They were out of the shrimp by the time we stopped by, but I got the chicken instead and it was well seasoned. They have choice of "specials" or you can build you own wrap, salad or bowl a' la' carte. I chose to build my own wrap as a lot of their specials had humus or chickpeas which I personally hate(that's just me) They offer smoothies as well. Prices were reasonable I paid $12 for my wrap and a bottled water and the service was friendly and fast. This a food truck but there is plenty of outdoor covered seating and even a restroom.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
When dining at Collage, be prepared for a first-class, award-winning experience. The menu reflects the eclectic tastes of owners Mike Hyatt and Cindy Stangby and focuses on fresh local seafood, steaks, lamb, and veal, using international flavor profiles. Located just a block off of St. George Street in the heart of the historic district, Collage serves dinner nightly from 5:30 p.m.
My wife had breaded veal cutlets which, she said, were a dream. I had rack of lamb cooked medium rare, and it was perfection. Collage well deserves its superior reputation.
4.5 based on 322 reviews
Average coffee house, loaded with lines of tourists. Cool little hut/house. I would get their stuff again here, just due to the location.
4.5 based on 519 reviews
I stop here EVERY time I'm in town and am NEVER disappointed. Their waffles are a meal. Their shakes are amazing as well. You can't go wrong with any of your choices. We had the Belafonte, Waffle Bites, Underpaid Intern with vanilla ice cream, & the Jaguar Shark this trip. The place itself is cozy and I dig their music.
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