An abandoned gas station adjacent to the Jefferson County courthouse has been given new life by Joe and Jaclyn Costanzo, owners of Rev Café.
Friday night is family pizza night, and with two hungry kids in the backseat, we headed towards Jefferson County’s newest restaurant, Monticello Pies
Following a heartfelt funeral for my neighbor, Fred Wilder, I headed over to the courthouse to see if anyone was up for a quick lunch.
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
This past Saturday the 63rd Watermelon Festival was held in downtown Monticello. The day kicked off with a 5k and then rolled into a parade full of firetrucks, antique vehicles,
East Chestnut is one of those street that is easy to miss even if you are looking for it. Passing by a pair of abandoned motels I looked for the road. Immediately after an old gas station
My office was closed for New Year’s Day on Monday, January 2nd. Any day off is a good day in my book and, instead of trudging off to Tallahassee or Thomasville, we spent the day in Monticello.
The sign out front says Hong Kong Chinese Take-Out. The menus say New Hong Kong Restaurant. If you pay with a check sometimes they ask you to make it out to Hong Kong II. Regardless of what you call it, or what its proper name is, it’s the only place in Monticello to get Chinese food …
I was driving Mason and Julia over to say hello to their Meme when I asked the little man what he wanted for dinner. Becky was working late and I wanted to make meal time as stress free as possible. He looked at me in the rear view mirror and exclaimed “pizza pie!” I was …