Tag Archives: Tom Gray

#EATUPJAX: January Restaurant Openings, Closings, and New Locations, Midtown Table

#EATUPJAX: January Restaurant Openings, Closings, and New Locations

We’ve written about closing his restaurant, and assured you that your gift cards could be spent at his restaurant, . That WAS true, for a few months, but it isn’t true any more. Seems that Kenny Gilbert is pulling up stakes entirely and moving on from the First Coast to North Carolina. He opened the Fernandina restaurant in 2015. Over the holidays in St. Nicholas, a drunk driver plowed into the neighborhood watering hole . Nobody was hurt and business resumed the next day! In early December, the of Jacksonville let it be known that they had bought the old …

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#EATUPJAX: Dining News for MAY 2017

On the horizon is a possible reboot of the Homestead Restaurant, of , albeit at an alternate location, in the old Parsons Seafood Restaurant at the Beach on 6th Street. Town Hall, in the location where the Grotto used to be in San Marco, opened last month. This is another restaurant from the celebrated , owner of , formerly of . The Bread & Board has opened to much rejoicing, in the old Richard’s Sandwich Shoppe location. So far we’re hearing that it lives up to the hype! DINING EVENTS There’s a lot going on in the world of food …

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Fresh From The Farm

BY BRENTLEY STEAD Event: Tour de Farm Date/Time: November 15, 12-5pm Tickets: $5 Donation or a $20 all day car pass Contact: SlowFoodFirstCoast.org Fall harvest is the time to explore local farms, and the presented by is the perfect way to do just that. The Tour de Farm is on Sunday, November 15th, from noon to 5pm, boasting over 20 farms paired with artisan partners and chefs providing tastings of seasonal offerings from the farm. The tour is designed to give you the opportunity to visit your local farms, meet the farmers, and check out where your produce, dairy, meat, …

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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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