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European Village is a location that has shops, bars and restaurants. It also home to many activities such as live music, Farmer's markets, both winter and summer fun. It's usually a local hot spot on weekends. Plenty of parking and in a safe area.
I went over today to do a little shopping. It’s a Monday so maybe some stores aren’t open but I was surprised that none of them were. I stopped in a real estate agency to ask them and they didn’t know the hours of the...More
Stopped in here with the family during Christmas break. Most of the shops are boarded up and vacant. Very few businesses open at 5 o’clock at night. Only two restaurants were busy and the other ones hardly even looked open there were so few customers....More
During our stay in St Augustine we also went to this well known place in Palm Coast. I have to say that we went to Europe a lot of times and so we might be able to judge how "European" this place is - let´s...More
We went over for the first time in several years to LaPiazza restaurant which remains a great spot to eat. It is twice the size as the last time. So is Messaluna's! Unfortunately, the rest of the place is about 1/3-1/2 closed up stores. Very...More
Not much here that is European. The architecture tries but is not very successful. There are a handful of restaurants and not all of them are European. There is a brewpub there which was the only reason we stopped.
Nice area with many place to shop and eat. Relaxing and some unusual finds. Mostly shopping, but fun eateries with seasonal special events. Farmers Market on weekends offered some additional spots to see in the European Village.
Lived here for a year. Management of the building was poor. During the summer the AC units couldn't keep up and were disabled causing temperatures to reach critical levels. Over 100 degrees for weeks at a time. Causing the AC to run constant and getting...More
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The market is currently open every Sunday 12-4 PM. I was there last month. Not a lot of vendors as it was early in the season. More vendors come as the weather warms up. I actually ran into Ty Pennington there. He has a... More
The market is currently open every Sunday 12-4 PM. I was there last month. Not a lot of vendors as it was early in the season. More vendors come as the weather warms up. I actually ran into Ty Pennington there. He has a home in the area. There is a vendor that has awesome shrimp, a great bakery person with breads and dessert items. As you walk into the village stop at Europa and get one of their $5 drinks. She will greet you when you walk in. The orange crushes are delicious and she is very generous with the liquor. She also has bloody marys, and margaritas. Take your drink and walk around the piazza and check out all the vendors and restaurants. Next door is a fabulous Italian restaurant with delicious pizza and pasta. I got some fabulous olive tapenade from one of the vendors. They usually have music either with a band or piped in. It is great to walk around with your drink listening to reggae. It's a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.