Sifting through my timeline I noticed an update from the Tallahassee Food Truck Association announcing Foodz Traveler would be dishing up lunch in the Summit East Office Park. As noon approached I hopped onto I-10 and made the short drive to the east side. I had a bit of difficulty finding Foodz Traveler and circled …
Both of our kids were born at TMH by the able hands of Dr. Andrea Friall. While Becky recovered and I camped out on an uncomfortable green folding chair I planned to visit the Uptown Cafe
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.
I am terrible keeping up with people and no amount of social media will change that fact. The latest example, I thought a friend from was living and working in the Tampa area
An email from an old friend and an invite to lunch brought me down Thomasville Road to visit one of Tallahassee’s newest lunch spots, Zoës Kitchen. The restaurant is a chain with locations in fifteen states
LaSpada’s is a small chain of five shops that opened its first location in South Florida in 1973. On my way to the airport I visited the newest restaurant located in a shopping center at 1495-D SE 17th Street.
Sitting in the sweltering Georgia heat two things kept me sane, the promise of an icy cold hotel room and a burger at the Vortex Bar & Grill.
After taking care of some morning errands Becky and I met for lunch before picking the kids up from daycare . We decided to pay the Rosemary Tree Café a visit, and made the short drive up from our house