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Peterbrooke Chocolatier's new Downtown Jacksonville location

DISH UPDATE: What’s New in Dining, December 2015

has announced the opening of their newest shop located in at 100 West Bay Street, Suite 110, with the entrance directly across from the Wells Fargo Building on Laura Street.  The new shop will feature their hand dipped chocolates, coffee, “Peterbrooke-made” gelato, frozen yogurt, and various items from the Peterbrooke Bake Studio. The new location will also be able to host private parties, events and fundraisers. The site of the is going through some intense remodeling. They’ve had to go all the way down to the foundations, putting aside the vintage bricks for reconstruction later. Despite having lots to do, …

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6 Restaurants Opening Downtown

Article by Kristen Pickrell, courtesy of Metro Jacksonville  is in the midst of a culinary boom. Here’s six new restaurants that will be opening over the next few months. 1. Black Sheep Hemming Park Black Sheep partners Jon Insetta and Allan DeVault plan to extend their restaurant business to the . , originally known as “Chew” used to occupy a space downtown in early 2011. However, the timing wasn’t right, as the ‘dining crowd’ had yet to develop for said location, so they changed the name to “Black Sheep” and headed in to the area of in 2012. Insetta and DeVault …

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Kevin Sbraga, Sbraga & Company coming to 220 Riverside, Brooklyn, Jacksonville, FL

Sbraga & Company to Open in Brooklyn Neighborhood This Fall

Sbraga Dining’s new restaurant will celebrate the harvest of the South July 30, 2015 — Jacksonville, Fla. — Celebrated chef is expanding his eponymous restaurant group to include , a new restaurant that will open this fall at in Jacksonville’s . The restaurant will offer shareable small plates and entrées, an innovative bar program, house-made breads, and a raw bar. 220 Riverside With approximately 50 percent of the menu dedicated to Southern crops and grains, the restaurant will showcase the versatility of regional ingredients and Sbraga’s passion for modern American culinary techniques. “The harvest of the South offers a bounty of …

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JAX NEIGHBORHOODS: Brooklyn

  Where’s Brooklyn? Historical and the modern boundaries of Brooklyn are two different things. Today, if you’re traveling down , the  (where the  is held) is considered to be a dividing line between  and . is considered to be on the Brooklyn side, and  is in Riverside. That’s only become the more modern definition of Brooklyn since the Fuller Warren Bridge was put in place in 1954. Historically, if you were coming down Riverside Avenue, from the Riverside neighborhood, Brooklyn really begins at the intersection of Riverside Avenue and Forest Street. Forest Street is the cut off to the South, the …

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