Tag: Restaurants

  • NEWS: Florida Eats now permanently closed in Seminole Heights

    Florida Eats is now permanently closed in Seminole Heights after being open just a few months. The Chipotle-style eatery posted on Facebook about their end of business due to “circumstances out of our control”. Friday, August 2nd, 2019 was the last day of service. Florida Eats had a controversial upstart when a lawsuit (since cancelled) […]

  • Scumbag CNBC video advocates denying restaurant servers full tips to save money

    Tipping your servers is vital people. It should not be a game where you’re trying to save money. A new video from CNBC advocates saving money by doubling the tax percentage or tipping on a pre-tax amount to skirt below 20% in any way possible. Either way, it is a bad look to look to […]

  • Nigerian concept Eko Kitchen and Catering coming to San Francisco May 2019

    Nigerian concept Eko Kitchen and Catering coming to San Francisco May 2019

    Sometimes good things happen on Twitter. Twitter user and future restaurateur Simileoluwa Adebajo shared her plans to make a Nigerian restaurant in San Francisco this past Friday on the social media platform and went viral across the internet. Nigeria is home to hundreds of ethnic groups and nearly 200 million people, but restaurants are far […]

  • Dining Guide: Valentine’s Day 2019 in San Francisco

    Dining Guide: Valentine’s Day 2019 in San Francisco

    Valentine’s Day is the second-busiest day in the year for restaurants after Mother’s Day. According to the National Retail Federation, the average American spent $143.56 on Valentine’s Day just two years ago and that number keeps increasing every year with nearly $4 billion spent annually on an evening out. There are dozens if not hundreds […]

  • Head to OBTown in Oakland for authentic Korean fried chicken

    Head to OBTown in Oakland for authentic Korean fried chicken

    When you tell a fellow American that you lived abroad in Seoul, South Korea they usually ask a few questions about kimchi, bulgogi, and bibimbap and whether you visited North Korea or ate dog…but most people in the United States are comfortably unaware that some of the best fried chicken in the world is made […]

  • Inay’s Kitchen serves delicious Filipino Cuisine in West Orlando

    Filipino food is one of my all-time favorite cuisines. The mixture of Asian and Spanish cuisine speaks to me. Unfortunately, Filipino food is not too popular in Florida and has experienced much difficulty catching on in Tampa Bay. I saw Inay’s Kitchen opened in Orlando and bookmarked it a few weeks ago. I finally made […]

  • Tampa Bay Guide: Where to Eat, Drink, and Play

    Tampa Bay Guide: Where to Eat, Drink, and Play

    Wondering where to go in Tampa Bay? I have you covered. This guide is meant to be a way for you to navigate Tampa Bay and find great places to eat, drink, and play. Tampa is filled with plenty of different types of businesses – but many of them are hard to find without someone […]

  • Roux Tampa launches new lunch menu and it’s excellent

    Roux Tampa launches new lunch menu and it’s excellent

    Full disclosure: I was invited to Roux Tampa for a tasting of their new lunch menu in exchange for my opinion. Any opinions stated are my own and do not reflect Roux Tampa or any affiliates. I visited Roux Tampa today for a tasting of their new lunch menu. The new menu has a variety […]

  • U Poke Spot: Quality poke bowls arrive in Tampa near USF

    Full disclosure: I was invited to try the menu at U Poke Spot in exchange for my opinion about their food. These opinions are my own and do not reflect U Poke Spot. U Poke Spot opened recently just a block away from USF across from MOSI by Einstein’s and Qdoba. It’s a fast-casual Hawaiian-style […]

  • S Bar in Brandon now permanently closed

    S Bar in Brandon has permanently closed for business. The restaurant combined sushi, southern bistro cuisine, and prohibition era cocktails. It is the former location of The Rack in Brandon and had an impressive re-design. The owners decided to move and help family out of state and ultimately decided they could no longer keep the […]