Saturday morning consisted of a cup of black coffee and working with my wife Becky to load our two kids into the car for the March of Dimes walk at Tom Brown Park.
If you go under the I-10 overpass on Mahan Drive and are hungry your dining options for the next eighteen miles are limited. Thankfully Ruby’s Diner opened in January and is doing its best to keep famished interstate
After volunteering as a judge at a mock trial event sponsored by the FSU College of Law I was hungry.
A pounding headache due to a lack of caffeine hit me driving back from an early morning business meeting. I was unable to grab a cup before my appointment and decided to visit Atomic Coffee
Midtown’s newest addition to grab a quick bite to eat is Lenny’s Sub Shop. The franchise opened its first restaurant in 1998 near Memphis, Tennessee and now boast locations in 20 states.
While waiting for a group of slow moving tweens to cross Centerville Road
I drove down Adams Street towards I-95 resigned to grabbing something unexciting to eat on my way back to Tallahassee. Passing the sprawling new Court House I noticed a food truck
Cool dreary days call for soup. The most recent to arrive in Tallahassee offered a perfect opportunity to check out the Soup Swift.