When I heard Gritz N Greenz, a new restaurant dishing up home-cooked Southern food, opened on Tennessee Street I added it to my list of places to visit.
On a gorgeous afternoon Kirsten and I made the short drive up to Thomasville, GA to dine at the Sweet and Savory Sister’s restaurant (Sass for short) for lunch.
On the ground floor of the swanky Liaison Hotel sits Art and Soul. The restaurant is owned by FSU alumnus, and Hamilton County native Art Smith
On S. Adams Street in a peaked orange and green building with a metal roof sits Olean’s. The restaurant has been serving up home cooked meals since 1996
A light drizzle fell as I slowly made my way through Jacksonville looking for the Maple Street Biscuit Company. The blue dot of the map app periodically blinked
Crossing over the swirling Ochlockonee River on Hwy 20 I entered Liberty County. Restaurant options between Tallahassee and the hinterlands of the Panhandle are limited
On my way back from a deposition in Hazlehurst I stopped for a late lunch in Valdosta, Georgia. My first plan was to stop in for a burger at a hipster inspired pool hall
About halfway between Cordele and Albany on GA 300 sits Stripling’s Country Store. While returning from Atlanta we stopped to fuel up and grab a snack.
For a married couple with two small children date nights are something to be treasured. One of these rare occasions presented itself this past weekend