On a dreary afternoon I found myself in downtown Jacksonville on Riverside Avenue looking for a place to eat lunch.
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.