Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Local smokehouse prides itself on slow-cooked meats and speedy service

Local smokehouse prides itself on slow-cooked meats and speedy service

Self-styled “Smokin’” Daryl is a guy whose brimming personality pervades Smokin’ D’s BBQ and he makes no bones about it. The restaurant proper is a 480 square feet power house. A 1972 fire truck from...

Got a sweet tooth? Luli’s Cupcakes has you covered

They are delightful, delicious and whimsical. They’re cupcakes. In an interesting career move, Lela Pate, formerly a paralegal from Central Florida, fell into Luli’s Cupcakes after she moved to St. Augustine in 2008. It is...

8 ways to kick up the romance this Valentine’s Day in St. Augustine

By Laura Hampton [email protected] When you live in one of the most romantic cities in the U.S., sometimes you need a little reminder to kick the passion up a notch. Luckly, Valentine’s Day comes around every Feb....

9 must try cocktail spots in St. Augustine

Whether you’re a tourist or a local, St. Augustine has a unique selection of bars and nightclubs to help you take the edge off. Here are some of our favorites: 1. THE ICE PLANT Stepping into...

Purple Olive Restaurant serves up eclectic mix of rustic dishes in St. Augustine

Family owned and operated since July of 2004, Purple Olive is an eclectic culinary mainstay featuring fresh-baked artisan breads, homemade soups, signature salad dressings and nightly dinner specials. With Chef Peter Kenney at the helm...

Film festival line-up boasts multiple links to Florida

A Dean Emeritus from the University of Florida; a Jacksonville-born man who fought racial inequality; a film about the State foster care system with a writer/cinematographer who went to Apopka High School; and St....

Prohibition Kitchen: High expectations for new St. George Street eatery

A glance through the window gives visitors the impression that Prohibition Kitchen is something extraordinary, even in a city filled with quaint hangouts and historic gems. The owners of the St. George Street eatery/bar, the...

New aquarium puts visitors close to wild Florida

With a singular thrust of its muscular tail, the shark shouldered past his two companions, broke the water’s surface and — rather gently for a fellow named “Bruiser” — retrieved a food tidbit from...

A1A Burrito Works Taco Shop serves up Baja-inspired fare

Those hungry for a bite of burrito bliss need look no farther than a little beachside shack off of State Road A1A. Painted in sun-faded hues of red, blue, yellow and green and sticker-slapped...

Nights of Lights shine again

Smiles beam across a sprawling crowd in the Plaza de la Constitución immediately after the approximately 2.5 million lights illuminating the 23rd annual Nights of Lights were switched on during the event’s Light Up!...

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