This yellow, two-story pub with wide verandah and lots of plants is located near the city gates. The deli and pub offer a ... More
This yellow, two-story pub with wide verandah and lots of plants is located near the city gates. The deli and pub offer a variety of basic sandwiches including smoked turkey, pastrami, corned beef, ham and cheese ($4.75) and roast beef ($5). Salads include tuna, chicken breast, house, all in the $4-$5 range. Domestic and imported bottled beers, plus wine and soft drinks are available.
This place was so disappointing. The bar tender was only worrying about the local regular customers. She actually made a comment in front of us and other customers about how her regulars are the ones who are the paying customers- even though we ordered drinks and had just sat down 5 minutes before. We plan to post reviews on all the travel sites about the great places we visited in St Augustine- but be forewarned this place is just plain awful. I would hate to think that this owner is in the service industry. My husband actually plans to complain to the BBB about her. Lots of other good optiosn around the corner- trust us!
We were pre-warned about the disgruntled patron from Tampa during our usual February visit. You made quite an impression evidentally. However, my friends and family are living proof that you can come from as far away as Ohio and still be considered regulars. We were treated with the usual warmth and friendliness we have come to expect from Trish and the rest of her staff. Guarantee, that every time I'm in St. Augustine (which is my second home), I will firmly plant my Buckeye Ass in one of Trish's bar stools and chew the fat to catch up on the months missed between visits. I cannot overstate my gratitude here enough. Some suggestions to the weiner from Tampa: Don't show up as an "alredy drunk idiot", don't change the channel's without asking, and being a demanding, obnoxious nit-wit in this fine establishment will only find you what you already are, disgruntled. Hopefully we'll see you in July Trish! Angel got a promotion, so we don't know if we'll be able to steal away just yet.
Sincerely as always,
Jeremy T. Sellers and Daytona, the always loyal, racing bear.
Ann O'Malley's was the best little pub we stopped at while in St Augustine! It's nothing to look at - meaning it's not a fancy place by far. But the owner, Trish, and the rest of the local patrons were the friendliest bunch of fokes you'd want to meet! We were wishing we were "locals" by the end of the night! Ann O'Malley's will always be a regular stop for us when we're in St Augustine!
When you find yourself parched from all the sight seeing and you just want a tall stout your only choice has to be Ann O'Malley's. You can kick back and relax in this little piece of Ireland right in St. Augustine. A small but quaint pub with Guinness stout on tap and a variety of other beers and wine and resonable prices there is sure to be something here for everyone.
After touring all the bars along St. Augustine's historic St. George St. I found O'Malley's about 5 years ago and was only there once. However, this year we were down for the Daytona 500 and made this small, quaint, friendly, pleasant little pub our "home" bar while we were there. Trish knew what we were drinking by the second visit, and always greeted us with a smile and great conversation. Though I'm English by ancestry, this TRUE Irish pub creates a "Cheers"-like atmosphere. When it was found out I, too, owned my own private bar, I was set up with a few different momentos and my gang was told even though we lived in Ohio, we would from then on, be considered regulars every time we visit. I visit St. Augustine often, and this is one of the many reasons why. A must visit for the out-of-towner, located just of St. George St.
Jeremy T. Sellers and Daytona the Bear!