The restaurant where a couple has their first culinary adventure together is a special place. For some it may be a place that is a local institution
For pizza lovers living in the hinterlands of northeast Tallahassee choices are limited. Having previously visited the other pie shops, I set out for Village Pizza & Pasta
Following an impromptu visit to the Cummer Museum of Art we searched for a place to eat lunch. I threw out various suggestions that were each met with a hearty “no”
Driving to the bank my lunch plans were up in the air. Part of me wanted to try a Latin American place over near campus, while another wanted to find something closer.
My father-in-law grew up around Jacksonville. Whenever the topic of pizza comes up he raves about Joseph’s Pizza on North Main Street. From the crust to the toppings to the atmosphere the restaurant
Buca di Beppo occupies the spot which formerly housed a Ruby Tuesday. Walking in we were met by a smiling hostess who led us through the bar area towards a table near the window.
It has been raining in Tallahassee for what seems like the last month. With the weather less than optimal for outdoor activities, we decided to take the kids to a movie.
Driving towards downtown I decided to pop into Luna’s Italian Food for lunch. They are located in the 1122 Thomasville Road in the Manor at Midtown between Finnegan’s Wake and Redeye Coffee.
Over the past couple of weeks I-75 has become a second home. On my frequent trips between Tallahassee and Orlando I try to avoid chains. Instead I attempt to seek out local places for a quick lunch or dinner. While pumping gas in Ocala I saw a sign for 484 New York Pizza. Since it …