Why 4 Rivers Smokehouse is the Best Barbeque Restaurant in Gainesville

If you find yourself craving some good ol’ southern style barbeque, 4 Rivers Smokehouse is definitely the place to be. The meat is of quality and is cooked to perfection using methods developed by the barbeque expert himself, John Rivers. The Grub team was lucky enough to have the opportunity to sample almost everything on …

A Checklist For Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Midtown

Chances are you are already wearing green in preparation of St. Patrick’s Day this Friday. If you do not consider yourself a celebrator of this ironically American-obsessed holiday, then you are free to stop reading. As for the rest (and the majority) of Gainesville, we have prepared for you an exhaustive checklist of how to …

Ward’s Supermarket is Celebrating 65 Years and You Are Invited

This is a party you do not want to miss. 65 years ago, Ward’s Supermarket opened their doors to the community. The love, support and care they have given and received is a testimony to Gainesville. No other grocers in the area are able to boast such a high honor, nor are able to mimic …

Best of Gainesville: Juices and Smoothies

Gainesville is no stranger to the sweet, chilled delights that are fresh juices and smoothies. Plenty of local favorites decorate their menus with the refreshing drink, given we are graced with the unsettling summer heat 8 out of 12 months of the year. Rather than spending your greenbacks on a questionable sloshy substance from a …

Welcome to Grub Video: The Twisted Peacock

Grub fanatics, the time has come. We have been working hard on a new format for GainesvilleGrub, and it is finally here. We introduce to you our new videography platform. Different from Tasty videos that are trying to shove content down your throat, and similar to Eater, which aims to highlight the art of food …

Gainesville’s Best American Eats

The time has come, fellow Americans and lovers of the good ol’ red, white and blue. Crack open a Budweiser, light some sparklers and in the spirit of the U-S-A, rage. Why limit your celebration of freedom to only one day of blackout shambles and drunchies? Our favorite way to honor ‘Murica not only involves an …

A Look into the 7th Annual Taste of Gainesville

Sunday June 5th marked the 7th anniversary of Taste of Gainesville, a yearly event where dozens of local restaurants donate their time and culinary expertise to raise money for four local children’s charities. Held at the UF Hilton, the event was organized into 8 different color-coded rooms and around 3-5 food and drink businesses in each. From …

Gainesville’s Best Late Night Joints

Dr. Oz might preach that you shouldn’t eat after 7 p.m. But he’s a quack anyway. The night time is the best time, and eating under the light of the moon is sometimes very, very necessary. Whether it’s a rowdy night spent bar hopping or an entire orchestra of stomach growling in the library, where can you grab some good late night nosh? …

5 Boozy Popsicles for Poolside Bliss

Summer days in Florida used to mean when dipping our feet in the pool and watching the clouds go by with a popsicle in both hands was the only care in the world. Now, summer days in Florida consists of booze, tanning oil, a sociable pool area and more booze. Who says we can’t combine …

Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Gainesville

Attention lovers of all things tequila, cerveza and queso. Cinco de Mayo is upon us. No, this is not Mexico’s Independence Day. You are getting hammered while wearing a sombrero, fake mustache and tri-colored poncho because this holiday is to celebrate the victory of the Mexican Army at the Battle of Puebla against the French. …