Dine in one of the four rustic, Florida style dining rooms or on the outside deck at this very popular restaurant that serves items such as soft shell ... More
Salt Water Cowboys Restaurant
Dine in one of the four rustic, Florida style dining rooms or on the outside deck at this very popular restaurant that serves items such as soft shell turtle, gator tail, frog legs, barbecue ribs, blackened snapper, fried clams and oysters, grilled steaks, and broiled shrimp and scallops. They are open Tuesday through Sunday for dinner only; closed on Monday.
We started going here when I was a kid more than 25 years ago. Back then, it wasn't quite as posh, but the food was just as good. I haven't been in a oouple of years, but my mouth waters thinking of their starter salad with the apple slices and apple-y vinaigrette. And of course -- fried shrimp.
Don't complain about the wait -- with a view of the Intracoastal, it's all part of the charm that makes an evening out an event. Watch the sunset and enjoy a cocktail and get a Shirley Temple for the kids...
Have tried this outfit a couple of times Food avg. They hustle you to the bar to "wait" for a table each time when there are plenty of tables open. Need to spend some money and expand parking and a good cleaning including the restrooms
As newcomers to the area, we have been trying a lot of SA's restaurants. The setting took us there. The setting and building is very nice. The food was very average. The fish portion was small and they served bagged french fries. That alone tells me they aren't trying very hard to present great food. And the prices are not cheap by any measure. My guess is they are resting on their somewhat unique setting to bring in the patrons. There are other places in the area with settings equally beautiful and much better food, in our opinion.
We've visited St Augustine for several years and eat at Cowboy's every time. The atmosphere is Old Florida, like it was in the '20's and '30's. I even found a photo of people I knew back then (the '30's) on the entrance wall! The food is beyond compare... if you go, try the Rock Shrimp. It's a dish served, I think, only at Cowboy's and Creekside Dinery, also in St Augustine, and it's outstanding. The alligator and orange sauce is also excellent, and really, all the seafood dishes we've tried have been great. Going to Cowboy's is a real event! See you there!
Salt Water Cowboys is one of the best restaurants I have ever been to. It is one of three restaurants in the area. The other two, which are just as amazing, are Creekside and Fiddler's Green. They are all different and special in their own way. The food at Salt Water Cowboys is AMAZING! Your sweet tea is served in Mason Jar glasses, true to Florida's southern roots.
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