Fall has finally arrived in Tallahassee, and after a lazy morning at the farm, we decided to have brunch before we tackled various home improvement projects, to avoid watching how badly our fantasy football teams were performing. We passed on our favorite brunch spots, in favor of trying out Fifth and Thomas located at 1122 Thomasville …
Antiquing is serious business, and before we ventured into the depths of the Toscoga Market Place to give them all of our money
Before heading home to Florida we met up with the lovely Miss Katie at the Flying Biscuit Cafe in Buckhead. The restaurant was located mere steps from our hotel
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.
Our third morning in Savannah was our last. We skipped breakfast at the inn and took a stroll through the historic district in search of somewhere to eat breakfast.
As you may have read, Angelette’s Cajun Kitchen was in the news last week following the arrest of its owner on charges she failed to pay the State of Florida sales tax collected from customers.
Tired of turkey sandwiches on rye my friend and I headed to Sage. The restaurant is located at 3534 Maclay Boulevard in a small tan colored building with an appropriately colored awning.
I took an indirect route into work this morning and cruised up Apalachee Parkway.
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.