Stephen's Restaurant

Stephen's  Restaurant
STEPHEN’S RESTAURANT

Thursday, February 25, 2010

NOW SERVING BREAKFAST AND LUNCH!

Please join us for breakfast or lunch - or both! We open at 6am and serve breakfast until 10:30. Lunch starts at 11am until 2pm.

Monday, February 22, 2010

We will be open THIS WEDNESDAY at 6am!

A selection of our lunch items is in the earlier post. We will also serve fresh, local fried fish most every day. Here are some of our breakfast items (in addition to regular eggs and bacon type items).

SOME OF OUR BREAKFAST ITEMS:
Pancakes w/Maple Syrup, French Toast w/Maple Syrup, Biscuits & Sausage Gravy, Fish and Grits w/toast, Ham & Cheese Omelet


WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU SOON!


Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Opening This February!


STEPHEN’S FINE FOODS

We will be open Monday through Friday,
Serving Breakfast from 6am and Lunch from 11am

SOME OF OUR FEATURED SIDES:
Stewed Okra and Tomatoes, Fresh Cut Creamed Corn, Field Peas, Cornbread Dressing, Cuban Style Black Beans, Rice, Pole Beans, Macaroni & Cheese, Steamed Cabbage, Buttered Potatoes, Sweet Potato Souffle, Rutabagas, Cheese Grits, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Spinach Casserole, Baby Lima Beans

SOME OF OUR FEATURED ENTREES:

Meatloaf with Datil Tomato Chutney, Baked Chicken, Pork BBQ, Chicken Enchiladas, Pot Roast, Chili Dog Casserole, Fried Chicken, Chicken Fried Steak with Milk Gravy,
Fried Mullet (Seasonal)

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Where to find us

Where to find us
We are at 6101 A1A South in St. Augustine, Florida, Crescent Beach - in the Treasure Beach Plaza, 0.8 miles north of the 206 bridge. You can reach us by phone at: 904.471.7000

Stephen's Fine Foods Featured in St. Augustine Record & Eat-American.com

"His fried fish is by far the freshest and best I have tasted in the area, sourced each early morning from local purveyors. His blackboard spills with dishes that make you feel like your grandmother was taking care of you—slow simmered greens, an excellent potato salad, crispy fried chicken, porky black-eyed peas, cole slaw, mac and cheese, a very solid Minorcan chowder. All the classics are there, plus a few pleasant surprises—hoecakes, chicken gumbo, shrimp and grits, homemade preserves and sauces. Even his breakfast menu wakes you up grinning: fish and grits, biscuits and gravy, fresh sausage made, like almost everything else, in house daily. Admit it—you’re hungry now, aren’t you?..."

Richard Villadoniga for St. Augustine Record, April 2010