All the things you loved about Odd Birds Bar and Odd Birds Loft will be joined together at 200 Anastasia Boulevard on St. Augustine’s Anastasia Island. The last day of operation for all of Odd Birds Group’s downtown locations will be on Wednesday, February 5 – making way for their new island-based concept, Odd Birds Cocktail Lounge and Kitchen.
The full restaurant and cocktail bar will feature a menu created by Chef Sebastian Sikora from Odd Birds Café. Guests will be able to enjoy popular and personalized cocktails, live music, and Venezuelan flavor. The menu will feature a new spin on tacos and arepas, new brunch menu, rotisserie chicken, their famous Cuban sandwich, and other new fusion dishes. Odd Birds Cocktail Lounge and Kitchen will also continue “Bartender’s Call,” a tradition where Odd Birds bartenders serve a tailored cocktail that suits patron preference, spirit of choice, and flavor profile.
The new and improved location is sure to become the new favorite hangout for locals. The building is located at the former site of Hoptinger Bier Garden & Sausage House, which boasts 6,000 square feet and is larger than both Odd Birds downtown locations combined.
“We’re looking forward to bringing our traditions of multi-cultural cuisine and craft cocktails to a bigger and better location,” said Cesar Diaz of his hospitality business, Odd Birds Group, which he co-owns with Asdrubal Martinez and Shane McFarland. “As we merge both bars to one location, we will be focusing on developing the Odd Birds brand and working on opening new locations around Northeast Florida.”
Opening in late February 2020, Odd Birds Cocktail Lounge and Kitchen will be located at 200 Anastasia Boulevard on Anastasia Island and will be open from 11am to 2am, seven days a week, for lunch and dinner. Brunch will be served on Saturdays and Sundays starting at 11am. A late- night menu will be served until 1am and bar will be open until 2am.
Learn more about Odd Birds and the new location at www.oddbirdsgroup.com.