Casa Reina, a taqueria and tequila bar in a 120-year-old Spanish Colonial Revival building, has bold, modern Mexican decor and a terrace overlooking the Bridge of Lions.
Romantic walks along historic streets, sunsets on the waterfront, and a history rich in Spanish influence have always been the main attractions in St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest city in the continental U.S.
Another of downtown St. Augustine’s new restaurants, Casa Reina (or “Queen’s House”) features a fusion of Mexican, Latin American, and Florida coastal cuisine. From a prime location in historic downtown St. Augustine, Casa Reina offers amazing views of the St. Augustine Plaza, Matanzas Bay and the Bridge of Lions from the rooftop and porches.
If you want to sip on a margarita while enjoying the flavors of Mexican cuisine, this place is a must! It is located in St. Augustine’s historic downtown area, on the bay front at the foot of the Bridge of Lions.
There’s no denying the allure of St. Augustine, particularly the downtown historic district and the city’s waterfront. Taking full advantage of these natural attributes is a new dining spot, Casa Reina Taqueria & Tequila (1 Anderson Cir., 295-3847). The restaurant borrows influences from the city’s Spanish roots but does so with contemporary style.
The restaurant, at 1 Anderson Circle, is situated in a prominent location on the west bank of St. Augustine’s Bridge of Lions and features panoramic views of the city’s famed bayfront and historic district.