Remember that calendar of seafood festivals from Florida Rambler that I shared on Facebook back in January? I've been going to several of these. This weekend, the seafood festival calendar led me out to New Port Richey for the 17th Annual Cotee River Seafest.
Having never been to New Port Richey, I was
This year wasn't my first Sugar Sand festival, but it was my favorite Sugar Sand festival. It was also the first time I attended the Sugar Sand festival at sunset so I could enjoy the best of Sunsets at Pier 60 Daily Festival at the same time. It's not easy to
With over a dozen restaurants lining Main Street, downtown Dunedin may be the perfect location for a restaurant crawl. Think of a restaurant crawl like a pub crawl, but with food samples instead of beer. This is essentially what Taste of Dunedin is. For $20, you are given a taste pass to carry
FROM THE EDITOR: Behind the Scenes at Craft Street Kitchen
When I first visited the new Craft Street Kitchen in Oldsmar, February 7, 2016, I came unannounced and with a friend. If you read my February 9th review, then you already know what happened: we came, we ate, we drank, we
I've been going to the Annual Tarpon Springs Fine Arts Festival with my Mom since I was a kid. Every year, hundreds of artists set up tents around the bayou and under the oaks of Craig Park to show (and sell) their artwork. This weekend, over 300 artists set up in Craig
Franz's Lagerhaus is one of those small strip mall restaurants in a quiet suburb that could easily go unnoticed...if it weren't for the beer. Franz Rothschadl has been brewing delicious, award-winning beer in Palm Harbor, Florida for over 20 years. And this isn't just your ordinary beer, either. Franz isn't afraid to brew a
“Orlando has changed over the past 15 years,” Corey says, munching on sushi. We were all having dinner at Suki Hanna, a sushi restaurant in Orlando’s Hunters Creek neighborhood. More specifically, we were enjoying the $21.95 per person unlimited sushi buffet. Unlike most buffets, this one is made to order.