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20+ Local Coffee Shops to check out in Tampa Bay

Although you can not drive a block or more without seeing a Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts today, independent coffee shops still continue to draw a loyal base. These local cafes often serve better coffee in a cozier, more laid-back setting. Delicious home baked goods, special events, and unique décor are also usually the norm. Not […]

5 Best Breakfast Places Near Universal Studios Orlando

While Universal Studios is home to a number of great themed restaurants, decent breakfast options are a bit limited. After a few days partaking in the breakfast buffet at your hotel, or picking up a quick pastry from a park stand, you may be seeking something a bit more filling. Fortunately, Orlando is home to […]

The Best Local Coffeeshops in Downtown Asheville

Explore the local flavor of downtown Asheville via one of the many independent coffeehouses. The nationally acclaimed foodie scene isn’t limited to restaurants and breweries. The ever expanding coffee lineup brings forth plenty of exciting options. There are numerous options whether you are seeking top knotch coffee, a hipster hangout, an eclectic local art scene, […]

Best of Tampa Bay Dining Guide

It may not be a world-class foodie destination like New York, Chicago, or San Francisco, nevertheless, the Tampa Bay metro area offers a number of interesting restaurants choices across the board. From fresh seafood along the Gulf coast, to authentic Cuban fare, to the world’s largest Spanish restaurant, to some of the best Greek food […]

6 Greek restaurants to try in Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay has a rich Greek history. The small coastal city of Tarpon Springs, located on the Gulf about 40 min from the city, is home to the highest percentage of Greek Americans in the country. Greek sponge divers settled the area back in the early 1900’s. Today, more than 25% of residents still claim […]

Where to get your pumpkin fix in Tampa

By the time early October rolls around, most regions around the country see beautiful foliage and cool crisp weather. This is not so much the case in Tampa where temps unfortunately still hover in the high 80’s-low 90’s, the humidity is still unbearable, and the closest fall foliage lies hours away in Georgia. Despite the […]

Columbia Sand Key: Dining Cuban Style on the Water

Tampa’s Columbia restaurant is world-famous for its’ exceptional Spanish and Cuban cuisine, gorgeous ambiance, and lively Spanish flamenco dancing. The historic Ybor City location opened in 1905, making it the oldest continuously operating restaurant in Florida, as well as the oldest Spanish restaurant in the country. Today, you can enjoy Columbia’s wonderful food offerings and […]

15 Vegetarian Dishes to Try in Greenville, SC

South Carolina does not immediately spring to mind first when thinking of destinations with lots of vegetarian friendly cuisine. However, the popular foodie destination of Greenville has been making headlines in recent years for its’ diverse culinary scene. To date, more than 1000 unique restaurants have opened across this small city. You can find almost […]

5 Local Coffeeshops to try in Center City Philly

While in most cities the central area of commercialization is referred to as downtown, Philadelphia has Center City instead (for reasons unknown). The bustling center of business and entertainment in the heart of Philadelphia is popular with tourists for its’ expanding foodie scene, which includes a variety of indie coffee shops. Philly’s independent coffee scene […]

Brew with a view: 10 Coffeeshops with Amazing Scenery

While most hotels today are equipped with a Keurig machine, it’s nice to get out and about and explore small businesses while traveling in a new area. Nothing starts off a vacation better than a great cup of local coffee. Today, you can find fantastic independent shops pretty much anywhere you travel. No need to […]