I was very impressed with the food. Excellent quality food at a reasonable price. There was a piano player during our lunch. It was fun to eat where a pool used to be!
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We had a wonderfull Lunch experience here. little bit pricy but worth it.During waiting for the food we browsed the little Antic Shops on each side of the "Pool". Nice piano music and relaxed atmosphere.
We had lunch at this wonderful cafe. The venue was in the elegant space of what was once the largest indoor pool in the world It was located in the Lightner Museum The food was amazing and delicious We listened to a baby grand piano...More
We found our selves in a charming small restaurant which would have been the deep end of the swimming pool at the old Alcazar Hotel. The food was well prepared. The piano music was pleasant. Service was good. The surrounds included small antique shops. It...More
You get to eat inside a Very huge swimming pool (empty of course). We were server Escargot and their take on Tapas. Never eaten escargot before but friends stated it was chewy and not the best they had ever eaten.
We stumbled upon this place thinking it was some sort of antique shop. The atmosphere is very elegant, yet casual. You are sitting on the bottom of what used to be the worlds largest indoor swimming pool...awesome! The food is very very good and the...More
Not going off the deep end in recommending Cafe Alcazar for lunch in the Lightner Museum. You can enjoy a scrumptious selection of soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees and daily specials while dining in what was once the deep end of the largest indoor pool at...More
We ate lunch here after touring the Lightner Museum because it is located in the same building. The setting is very unique because it is the now empty indoor swimming pool of the historic Alcazar Hotel in downtown St Augustine. My husband enjoyed the Shrimp...More
I haven't written a review in awhile, but the lunch we had at this cafe deserves a great commendation. The service was superb and, while we didn't feel the need to dress up, our waiter was nicely dressed in dress pants and tie. The ambience...More
We had lunch with friends during our visit to St. Augustine and enjoyed the unique atmosphere. We also toured the museum and learned much more about the history of this property. Excellent food and service.