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Minorcan Chowder, St. Augustine

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ezra9876 Mar 13, 2009 02:04 PM

Any suggestions for places to try minorcan chowder while in St. Augustine later this month?

Suggestions for local favorites of any variety are welcome as well!

Thanks.

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  1. meatn3 RE: ezra9876 Mar 13, 2009 09:25 PM

    I was there recently and had lunch at O'Steens, across the Bridge of Lions from the historic area. The Minorcan chowder was great! Their sides are very good renditions of Southern favorites. Nice datil pepper sauce made in house too. Plan for time in waiting for a table, the dining area is small. The locally made pies looked terrific - I was good and didn't give in!

    http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overv...

    I lived in St Augustine years ago and would eat this at the homes of friends. O'Steen's tastes like what they made!

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