This year, Eater is teaming up with James Beard award-winning Southern Foodways Alliance to spotlight their documentary work, premiering a short film every other week. This next piece focuses on O'Steen's, a 50 year-old seafood joint in St. Augustine, Florida. Known for its fried shrimp and spicy chowders, the restaurant attracts constant lines and regulars who have been coming for decades. And over half of the staffers are 25 year veterans of the place. Check it out.
The Story of Osteen's, Florida's 50 Year-Old Seafood Icon
Visit O'Steen's, a landmark seafood restaurant in St. Augustine, FL, in this Greenhouse Film by Troy Stains.
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