Live music is on tap most nights of the week and Whiskey Jax seems to have filled a void in the Baymeadows area nightlife and culinary scene. When we visited, Brett Bass of local bluegrass trio Grandpa’s Cough Medicine and Wess Cobb were performing, and by eight o’clock every seat was filled…
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The efforts of a pair of food truck entrepreneurs and some assistance from the Downtown Investment Authority have paid off in a new restaurant, Super Food & Brew (their truck was named Super Food), that bills itself as “healthy, high-end and fresh.” Super opened in late May at the corner of Laura and Forsyth streets, in a prime location, the bottom floor of the 11 East apartment building Downtown.
Choosing to break away from history and tradition in the Oldest City could be a recipe for trouble, especially for a well regarded property like the Casa Monica Hotel. Its restaurant, 95 Cordova, was a fine dining staple of St. Augustine.
A short walk from Seawalk Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach, Hoptinger Bier Garden & Sausage House isn’t likely to be mistaken for a traditional Bavarian biergärten…
By Damon Noisette // photo by Agnes Lopez
Celebrity chef Kenny Gilbert is back where he cut his teeth as a young man, working his way up from apprentice to chef de cuisine at the Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island’s predecessor to Salt, The Grill Room, at the tender age of 23. His newest restaurant, Gilbert’s Underground Kitchen…
by Damon Noisette // photo by Agnes Lopez Occupying an unassuming location in a former filling station just over St. Augustine’s Bridge of Lions on Anastasia Island, GAS Full Service Restaurant fully embraces the origin of the building, with elements of chrome, a concrete shop floor, gas pump door handles out front, and car art […]
Springfield eatery offers new choices in updated digs
Ortega eatery offers farm-to-table meals in an
// by Damon Noisette After spending a decade as a newspaper reporter, author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and her husband, Charles, moved to the unspoiled citrus groves of Central Florida in 1928. Rawlings would sit at a table on her porch, a typewriter and ashtray in front of her, and write about life in Florida. Her Pulitzer […]
New downtown eatery favors southern staples and sweets