The first Thanksgiving took place in Florida, in 1565. Here’s a dish you can make that was on that menu (and there’s not a turkey in sight!)
The popular breakfast and lunch eatery now has its liquor license. Offerings include a “breakfast bite and shot.”
October Concert Series winds down with Toby Keith Tribute, Trunk-or-Treat gears up for Halloween fun and the city wants your input on Boca Ciega Drive.
Pop Goes the Waffle beat out thousands of applicants around the nation for a spot in the Stacy’s Rise Project and received a $10,000 grant from Hello Alice and PepsiCo.
Funky Flamingo celebrates a year in Gulfport, Addicted to Joe opens as the town’s latest coffee destination and The Crumb Factory makes fresh bread daily.
Morgan Banno sits down for a meal with The BBQ Buddha, Gulfport resident Chris Sussman, a man with some serious meat skills.
Fabric Smart makes a move, Pop Goes the Waffle settles in, Let It Be Ice Cream celebrates, Sail Market Studio and Boutique opens in Gulfport and 22 South Food Hall is finally here.
In October, Southside Fresh Market will move to a permanent spot on 22nd and 15th Avenue South, home to 30 small businesses daily in a grassroots, outdoor grocery store.
The popular taste tour showcases myriad beach restaurants and flavors this October, with part of the proceeds to benefit Tampa Bay Watch.
The invasive, voracious lionfish is eating its way through Florida’s reefs. But the good news? They’re delicious. Check out lionfish recipes and more here.
Two Dads Chef Matthew Denny began his career working in Florida restaurants, but Denny was cooking comfort foods for family long before that.
Is your picnic game getting a little stale? Pack your basket this summer with fresh takes on your outdoor meal with favorites from Chef Morgan Banno and “Aunt Jan.”