Where to Dine For Valentine’s Day Depending on the Type of Couple You Are

Valentine’s Day can be daunting for couples. Whether you’re old, young, wifed-up or with a few side baes, the expectations surrounding this holiday lead to a collective sigh. Obviously your significant other has two things on the mind: love and food. Or is it food and then love? We’ve put together a go-to guide for …

Can You Handle the Heat?

Do you enjoy strong flavors? Like Indian food? Visit Midtown? Then keep reading. The Patel family have owned and operated Gator Spirit Food Store at 1618 NW 1st Avenue for almost 30 years. While you’ll find everything from Cup Noodles to steering fluid in their convenience store; take notice of the overhead menu at the …

Grub’s Guide to The Best Fettuccine Alfredo

Everyone has that food crucial that they believe is crucial to their existence. One that binds together both young and old, awakens the dead from eons of slumber, and goes great with a light layer of chives and parsley on top. To me, that food is Fettuccine Alfredo. Of course it doesn’t do all of …

Stoned but Skinny: 4 Low-Calorie Munchie Ideas in Gainesville

After a long day of classes, you decide to unwind with a joint and your favorite classic rock album. Cliché, yes, but we all do it from time to time. All is well until the munchies kick in and you start eating anything and everything in your kitchen. 3-day-old pizza, anyone? Instead of wasting your …

Where to Celebrate National Hot Chocolate Day in Gainesville

In a month as seemingly uneventful as January, it’s hard to swallow the end of the holiday season. That’s where National Hot Chocolate day comes in, because why not celebrate America’s favorite winter beverage? When cold winter hits on January 31st, make a date to celebrate at one of these cozy cocoa cafe’s. Volta Coffee, …

Copper Mugs Galore: Where to Find the Best Moscow Mules in Gainesville

There is one drink that stands out in the crowd. It’s classy, it’s tasty and it comes in a copper mug. The Moscow Mule is a classic that never disappoints. It is quite possibly the only drink that tastes like liquid gold despite the mixture of beer and liquor. Gainesville is one of the most …

Best of Gainesville: Steak Edition

Let’s face it, humans need meat. If you’re like me, you’ve got a serious hankering for steak. We all know there’s no better way to satiate meaty cravings then sinking your teeth into a plump, juicy steak, especially from one of these restaurants. Mildred’s Big City Food Via: Mildred’s Big City Food Facebook NY strip …

National Croissant Day: Where to Find the Best Croissants in Gainesville

January 30th is the day all your flaky pastry dreams come true. It is on this day that an unknown committee of “experts” designated National Croissant Day. A croissant (/krwɑˈsɑnt/) is only one of the most popular, most loved bread pastries in the land. This pastry has a delicate flaky crust that covers its light, …

Pulled Pork and Egg Breakfast Toast with Chimichurri Mayo

You’re probably questioning this right now, thinking ‘pull pork is only for breakfast! How could such a combination be made?’. To that I’ll say how DARE you question the taste bud gods. Give this a shot and you’ll never commit such blasphemy again. MAKES: 4 toasts YOU’LL NEED: For the chimichurri-mayo 1/2 cup olive oil …

Foodstagram Alert: The Pros and Cons to Photographing Your Food

A phenomenon has swept social media news feeds across the globe. No, I am not talking about Kimye or Donald Trump’s latest tweet, but photos of the one thing that is always there for us. Food. People love photographing their food more than photographing themselves. Everyone loves a picture of avocado toast topped with a …