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220 Riverside

Owners of The Candy Apple Café & Cocktails Confirm Plans to Open New Restaurant

The restaurant will open at 220 Riverside this fall Jacksonville, Fla. — May 6, 2015 — The owners of  have confirmed their plans to open a restaurant at  later this year. The restaurant name and concept are still being finalized.    and , the mother-daughter team behind , will again partner with  and , the husband-wife team behind  and  for this venture. The restaurant is expected to open this fall. “We are thrilled to expand our restaurant portfolio with our new venture at 220 Riverside,” said Jennifer Earnest, a co-owner of The Candy Apple Café & Cocktails. “Being part of …

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Music of the Movement: A Night of Jazz and Blues at Cummer

Where: The Cummer Museum When: September 20 at 6pm Tickets: Members $20, Non-members $25 (bring chairs and/or blankets), Table of 10 $400 (table and chairs provided) Contact: (904)899-6038 In conjunction with the Civil Rights photography exhibit on loan from Atlanta’s ,  is hosting a night of music inspired by that era in their historic Gardens: Music of the Movement–A Night of Jazz and Blues. Round up a group of friends, pack a picnic and your favorite beverage (yes, you can also bring in your own alcohol), and head down to the Museum for a lovely concert overlooking the . If …

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7 Burgeoning Trends of Jacksonville Dining

by JENNIFER EARNEST AND CHRISTOPHER IRVIN Just like in the world of fashion, food trends come and go. Some, like the shoulder pads of the 80s, have gratefully come and gone. When it comes to food, some trends go beyond being just “trendy.” These so-called trends actually develop and expand the fabric of our food scene into something better. The thing with trends is that they are all relative to whom you talk to– some people still dig shoulder pads, just as some people still believe vegans only eat salad.So, for the purpose of this article, we reached out to local …

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Slow Food First Coast

Slow Food First Coast Slow Food was founded to slow us all down and make us think about what we eat, versus driving to the nearest fast food venue and continuing to fast-track everything we do in life. The focus on saving disappearing food traditions and showcasing traditional food products through events helps people rediscover the joys of eating. People increase their understanding of the importance of caring about where food comes from, who makes it, and how it’s made. The movement wants you to slow down and taste the food! You will learn how the slow food members produce …

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