We arrived in Jacksonville in time for the first game of a double header between JU and Rutgers. Mason, Uncle David and I spent a chilly afternoon sitting behind home plate
We were hungry following a morning at Connor’s A-Maize-Ing Acres where we looked at their new aquaculture tank, walked about the farm, and watched the kids chase chickens.
Driving through Orange Park I spotted Gibbs NY Style Subs. The sandwich shop is located at 562 Kingsley Road in a squat brick building.
Growing up there was a German restaurant in Salem, NH called the Green Barn. My parents never had any inclination to dine on German fare, and the closest I ever got to eating there
Sam and I were cruising around Murray Hill looking for someplace to eat a late lunch when she suggested the Crazy Egg located at 954 Edgewood Ave South.
The afternoon was hot and hazy as Sam and I left the diner in Murray Hill. The burger hit the spot, but with the sun blazing down and a two-hour drive ahead, I wanted something cool
Business brought Joe and me to Jacksonville and lunch delivered us to Pattaya Thai Grille.
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