The Arlington Files: Tabouleh Mediterranean Cafe

My favorite thing about food writing is finding a restaurant that is under-appreciated. Tucked away in a blocky strip mall on Merrill Road, one might drive past Tabouleh every day for years without noticing it. One would be missing out. (more…)

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Eat Up Downtown: Indochine

Eat Up Downtown’s purpose is clear — draw Jacksonville’s citizenry away from their favorite outlying restaurants and into downtown.  Some of the most highly regarded establishments in the city trot out their three course prix fixe menus once a year for the low, low price of $25. Galloping hordes of diners (in theory) pour into their chairs, sample the fare and establish a relationship that will last the whole year through. So, what happened at Indochine? (more…)

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Nutrition Information: Coming to a Table Near YOU.

It’s no secret that eating at restaurants can be shockingly high in calories. Anyone who has seen “Eat This Not That” segments on morning shows knows that the whole wheat grilled chicken hold-the-mayo sandwich is sometimes more of a calorie bomb than a cheeseburger. We live in a world of 1500 calorie salads. It’s enough to drive a pudgy girl mad. By the end of this year, chains with more than 20 locations will be forced to cough up their numbers. Is this good or bad? (more…)

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Jacksonville FOODFIGHT 2011!

The 21st annual Jacksonville FOODFIGHT was held on Thursday, June 9, 2011 at the Touchdown Club in Everbank Field. The event featured 50+ restaurants, bakeries, caterers and purveyors of tasty adult beverages and benefited Second Harvest. If you couldn’t make it this year, join me for a few highlights and mark your calendar for next year. (more…)

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Slow Foodies At Play

Slow Food First Coast is a branch of Slow Food USA – both of which are all about reconnecting people to their food and the farmers and artisans who provide it. As they say, they want to support the good, the clean and the fair. Slow Food First Coast has been busy doing just that this spring. I’ve participated in two events that I’d like to share – the Tour de Farm and the Slow Down event at Intuition Ale Works. (more…)

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Dining Out For Life

On April 28, 2011 many local restaurants in our area will be donating a percentage of their proceeds to fight the growing epidemic of AIDS on the First Coast. The 2011 Dining Out For Life event will benefit Northeast Florida AIDS Network (NFAN), a non-profit organization that serves the city’s more than 1,500 HIV and AIDS patients. (more…)

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Media Event: Meet the Farmers at The Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island

It’s been said by many a Muppet – it’s not easy being green. These days it’s getting a lot easier if you’re in North Florida. Restaurants, hotels and a host of other purveyors of goods and services are making an effort to be more environmentally aware. The Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island showed off their efforts at a “Meet the Farmers” dinner on April 8th. Can luxury be green? I put on my Ritzy shoes to find out. (more…)

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Review: La Strada Italia

Is it possible that somewhere in Jacksonville there is a strip mall with not one, but three great local restaurants? We visited La Strada Italia to find out.

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Review: Hunt Club Subs ‘n Grill

As a girl most comfortable in corsets and velvet, Hunt Club Subs ‘n Grill should be the polar opposite of a place I’d love. As they say, don’t judge a book by its cover.

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