St. Andrews has a variety of offerings in terms of dining. Harbourfront and the Gables do a stiff summer trade, mainly because they are family oriented with a mixed menu, have waterfront patios, and are located right at town center, among the shops. For something closer to fine dining (though still casual) try Europa, Rossmount Inn, and Savour in the Garden. The Chandler Room offers tapas type fare, and also a scenic patio on the water. The Sea Breeze on King gets good ratings for breakfast; the locals use Lumberjacks, on Water Street near the Supermarket, quite a bit. Pub fare can be found at the Red Herring Pub and also across the street at Kennedy's Inn, which also has a standard restaurant. A lot of customers ask about seafood. St. Andrews does not have a seafood restaurant, but everybody has something marine on the menu. s. For coffee, visit Honeybeans on Water Street. You can also get a light lunch and deli items at Spicebox Comestibles, Water Street. You can find bread and other bakedd items at McGuire's Chocolate.