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BITE by BITE: Second Helping

Neighborhood Dining Guide

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Savor the flavor of local fare with a heaping helping of our ultimate guide to dining and restaurants.

Once again proving that Folio Weekly is the only publication with its finger on Northeast Florida’s pulse, this week’s print issue features the most comprehensive listing of the very best culinary hot spots, legendary nooks, innovative newcomers, and all your favorite places to grab a nibble or a nosh. With the brightest stars of the restaurant scene organized by neighborhood, this Bite by Bite issue is your go-to guide to dining – whether it’s on your block, across town or on a stay-ish-cation to any of the many fabulous destinations in the 904.

Not only have we combined and described the restaurants, cafés and joints to cure your cravings morning, noon and night, we’ve also whipped up a few feature stories to drop some knowledge about local notables in the food world.

Choose from one of the savory sides below to begin your 904-driven epicurean adventure.
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IMPORTING DELICIOUS
Featuring some of Folio Weekly’s favorite immigrant-owned restaurants
by Brentley Stead & Claire Goforth
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ONE PERSON'S TRASH …
… is another person's garden soil
by Claire Goforth
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ABOUT THE COVER:

"The Hamburger Hero," oil on canvas, 60”x48,” 1993.

This week’s cover is by Riverside-based artist Jeff Whipple. An award-winning multimedia artist and arts polymath, Whipple is (among other things) a painter, installation artist, playwright, video artist, arts writer and educator, currently teaching at the University of North Florida.

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