I was on the west side of the city this week getting my car serviced. On my way back to the office I decided to grab some lunch at McCormick’s Deli & Catering.
A few months back I read Geraldine’s Originals had started serving food in her store where she sold jellies, jams, and syrups. My friend Sara, a transplanted Canadian born scientist, raved about it
Heading out of town I needed a quick breakfast, but wanted to avoid the chains. After reading my friend Sarah’s thoughts on the Bagel Market & Bistro I decided to give them a try.
Tired of yogurt and dry cereal for breakfast I set out in search of something more satisfying. After running a quick errand I arrived at Bagelheads.
I got a phone call from my friend followed by a text message when I failed to immediately answer. He asked if I ever had the steak sandwich from Tomato Land, and told me I needed to get there right away.
The rain was coming down in sheets as I made my way along Kingsley Ave looking for someplace to grab a quick lunch. I had never been to this area of Orange Park and a large sign red, white, and blue sign caught my attention. It was for a place called the Sheik and advertised a steak pita combo for $7.49.
At the back of Market Square sits Tally’s Grille, a local Tallahassee restaurant whose website indicates they have been open for more than 20 years.
While attending Florida State, the Firehouse Subs was one of my go to places for a quick and tasty meal at a price that would not break my student budget. Even though I’ve graduated I still enjoy eating there. Recently I heard on the radio that they were rolling out a new menu item called …