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Something’s Brewing

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.

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Old Meets New

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.

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Under the Radar

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…

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Fill ‘er Up

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 […]

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Olde Florida

// 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 […]

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