Old Restaurant Reviews

Old Florida Expands Farmed Oyster Industry

Elizabeth Dougherty, Food Nation Radio Network Oyster lovers know what it’s like. A platter of ice-cold bivalves is placed in front of you with a tangy mignonette, some horseradish and cocktail sauce. Your mouth starts to water. I’ve felt that moment of anticipation nearly one hundred times in my life. …

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More Sizzle Than Steak – San Francisco Restaurant Snobbery

            Sure. Your food is good. Some of the best restaurants in the world are located in San Francisco. It’s the reason we chose this area for our honeymoon. But…there’s a real problem here and a lesson could be learned from Florida’s hospitality. We’re here …

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Upstairs Lounge at the Bishop Caters to a New Crowd

Walk upstairs to the new Bishop Lounge and you may think you are in a different building. The new Lounge is nothing like the 20- something Tavern downstairs. With freshly varnished floors, granite bars and reserved tables, it is obvious the concept is aimed at another demographic completely.

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Perfection on a Bun

Every once in a while you try a new place and even if it doesn’t look like a high-end restaurant, you know they care about serving the best food possible. Such was my experience at Island Seafood today.

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Three Birds Tavern is a Different Animal

Everyone remembers Limey’s on 4th Street. It was a place where the locals could congregate, have a drink and maybe play some pool or watch football. The food was not notable (mostly fried bar food) and the place looked a bit weathered.

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