Food + Drink

  • Folio Vol. 36, Issue 16

    Jacksonville’s top water hogs, Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery, the sheriff’s race, …

  • The Urban Divide

    Popular Riverside coffee shop and cafe being uprooted If you’re tapped into Riverside happenings, yo…

  • Dirty Talk

    A swig of something saccharine Though Shirley Temple denied having anything to do with kid-friendly …

  • Street Wieners

    The almighty Hot Dog, Frankfurter, Banger, Glizzy, Tube Steak, Coney, Weenie, Frank or what we like …

  • Orsay Burger, Restaurat Orsay Late Night Menu, Nightcap, Late Night Eats in Jacksonville, Florida, photo by Nate Mayo, Events, Concerts, Theatre, Art, Happenings, Restaurants & All Things Jacksonville, Florida. EU Jacksonville Newspaper serves more than a million readers across Jacksonville and Northeast Florida, including St. Augustine, Orange Park, The Beaches, and Fernandina. Founded in 1978, our printed newsprint magazine and editorial news platform grants readers 24/7 online access to current events and happenings in their beloved River City on the First Coast of Florida. #eujax

    Midnight Munchies: Late Night Eats Around Jacksonville

      From shows at the and the , to lively productions at the or , the First Coast is a vibrant me…

Dish Update – October 2015

  Sip some at Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails during their 4.B4.5 special: a select group of libations pour for $4 between 3-5pm. From 5-7pm and 10-12:30am enjoy their regular happy hours on Friday and Saturday Nights, with $4 craft beer, $6 wine by the glass and $5.50 premium wells and other specialty drink prices.   Sweet Pete holds some sweet candy making classes every month! Learn to make Chocolate Pizza, Lollipops, taffy and more. This month you can also learn to make a 3-D candy Jack o’ Lantern. See their website for a complete calendar of classes. www.sweetpetescandy.com/pages/candy-classes   Thursdays …

Read More »

What’s Next For Congaree and Penn

Growing Rice in Jacksonville Leads to Mayhaw, Muscadines & Bees Frequent any of the local farmers markets and you might have seen the cheerful folks from . Their product is unique–locally grown North Florida rice, and you can take one of their recipe cards if you aren’t quite sure how you’d like to prepare it. The recipes were all crafted by local chefs from restaurants such as , , , and . Congaree and Penn has revived a local tradition of growing rice that dates back more than a hundred years. The wetland conditions of Florida are actually perfect for …

Read More »

Swash Me Buckle – Propeller Club Pirate Party

  Event: Propeller Club Pirate Party Venue: CoRK Arts District Date/Time: Nov 7, 7pm-midnight Tickets: $45 single, or $40/each multiple Contact: www.propclubjax.com The Propeller Club gives fundraising a new spin with the 5th annual Pirate Party to benefit the . The event will be held from 7pm-midnight Nov 7 at and features dinner, live entertainment with Mr. Natural, raffles, a silent auction, door prizes, a costume contest, and tarot card reader. The pirate-themed event is the largest fundraising effort organized by the . In 2014, the club raised nearly $14,000 for , doubling the amount raised in the previous year. …

Read More »

Eat and Party for the River

River Ruckus,RAM visitors enjoy free boat rides in the St. Johns courtesy of Freedom Boat Club

Supporting the river isn’t always about labor intensive things such as  attending trash pick-ups with the Riverkeeper or conscious decisions such as opting not use fertilizer and xeriscaping your yard. All those things help, but sometimes, supporting the river means having a very good time. If you love the St. Johns River and the surrounding wetlands, here are a few events you’ll want to watch for on an annual basis. Mark your calendars next month for the annual Riverkeepers Oyster Roast on November 13th. It’s become known as one of the best celebrations of the year. If you want to …

Read More »

When Nature Calls on You

Fixing the world by growing better food BY ALEXANDER OJEDA, Group Host of Permaculture Jax We hear every day that the climate is heating up, that toxic spills are killing the world, that we’re running out of food, water and fuels. If you listen to that too much you’d think that we have reached the end of our rope and that there’s no way to recover. There’s a movement that started in the mid-seventies that has been working on the answers. That movement is called . In this movement, we realize that we can grow our annual crops, but also …

Read More »

HEMMING PARK HERALDS IMPROVEMENTS

Friends of Hemming Park unveiled a new collaboration that will enhance our city’s central park with improvements beginning next year. has partnered with to help establish a main stage near Hogan Street. Black Sheep Restaurant Group has also plans to open a kiosk in the park’s café area near the corner of Laura and Monroe streets. “There is so much momentum building behind Downtown Jacksonville, and Hemming Park is at the heart of it,” says Jacksonville . “These announcements represent a significant investment in the future of this integral park, and will contribute to even more energy and activity for …

Read More »

FERRY FEST WITH LISA KING – OUR FERRY GODMOTHER

When settled with her family on the St. Johns River across from Mayport 17 years ago, she was drawn to the area’s natural beauty and the warmth of the community. Their neighborhood was removed from rush-hour gridlock, commercial development and urban sprawl but, with a quick ferry ride across the , it was easily accessible. “I live about a quarter mile from the ferry landing on the Ft. George side,” King says. “The ferry was one of the reasons why we decided to live there because we just love it. When my kids were little, it was an important part …

Read More »

RIVER CITY PRIDE WEEKEND OCT 3-4

The largest and longest-running pride event in Northeast Florida kicks off on Saturday, October 3rd with the always-popular Pride Parade, which starts in Avondale and ends in Five Points. The parade will be followed by a block party on Lomax Street, featuring local vendors and sponsors. The fun continues on October 4th with the annual Pride Festival held at Riverside Artist Square, located right on the river. The family-friendly event will include music, performance art, food, games and a whole lot more. For more information call (904) 323-1179 or visit  www.rivercitypride.com.

Read More »

Give Peace A Bite

Never underestimate the power of ‘the little guy’ to do great big things. This is the message rippling across the restaurant industry, social media, and beyond as Krystal® prepares to co-host a Peace Burger Sandwich™ offer in honor of Peace Day on Monday, September 21. The Southern burger chain, known for its distinctive small square sandwiches, accepted the original challenge posed from Burger King® to McDonalds®. When the golden arches declined, Krystal® felt compelled to “act like the bigger burger” and make the Peace Burger a reality. “We are thrilled to be teaming up with Burger King® for this event. …

Read More »

St. Augustine Distillery Unveils Discovery Series Rum #2

St. Augustine Distillery, Discovery Rum, Batch 2, Riberia_Rider3_RUM_web

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (September 22, 2015) – St. Augustine Distillery is proud to announce that Discovery Series Rum #2, the second of the Discovery Series, will be available to the public on Saturday, October 3rd in the Distillery’s gift shop, located on Riberia Street in downtown St. Augustine. The Discovery Series is a four-part collection of limited release expressions, created during the development of the Distillery’s flagship rum. Each one has been fermented and distilled on-site from select regional sugarcane syrups and molasses in copper pot stills, and then aged in the Distillery’s house-style bourbon barrels for a distinct flavor profile. “Our first Discovery Series rum sold …

Read More »
X
X