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Sipping Old and New in St. Augustine


St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city, is a cool mix of historic buildings and modern drinks.

On a haunted pub crawl, our guide showed us St. Augustine’s most haunted spots and shared the chilling stories behind them, with stops at local bars in between.

San Sebastian Winery offers beautiful river views from a rooftop bar. The building was constructed in 1923 by Henry Flagler, who built just about everything in St. Augustine.

St. Augustine Distillery, which opened a few years ago in what was the city’s first power and ice complex in the early 1900s, offers handcrafted, small batch spirits.

Keeley LaForme, B2 Communications

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