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Pedal Your Way Over to Cycle Brewing for Your Next Beer Fix

Fixie and Hazelnut Cream and Sugar, Please

No Matter what corner of the world you reside in, if you know and appreciate craft beers, there is a substantial chance that Cycle Brewing has crossed your radar. In less than a decades’s time, Cycle has become a brewery that some would argue is among the best on the planet. In fact, in 2017 RateBeer ranked Cycle as #5 … Continue Reading

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Ramen and Waffles: Unique and Alluring Eats That Deserve Your Attention

Biscuits and Sausage Gravy Waffle, Truck Ramen and Spike's Taco's with Jackfruit

When you take a moment to think about standard food truck cuisine, the first handful of items that come to mind are probably Tacos, Pizza, French Fries, Burgers and Sandwiches (or something along those lines). However, a handful of food trucks today are leaping away from the norm. We’re now seeing an array of food genres, fusion specialties, and attention-grabbing … Continue Reading

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Inoculum Ale Works: One Sour Step Above the Rest

Parthenocarpic, Inoculataed OBP and Kuebiko

NOTE: This location is now closed.

Matcha Man, Parthenocarpic, Mother Ursa, Kuebiko, Cyclotron, Zingiber. What might all of those titles have in relation to one another? If your guess was names of different beers from Florida’s first 100% sour brewery, Inoculum Ale Works, you would be correct. In the world of craft beers, sours are positively trending. They have a … Continue Reading

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Smokin Bowls: A Colorful Culinary Experience with the Best From the West

Passion and satisfaction undoubtedly go hand-in-hand and to say that chef Brian Lairby and his wife, Ashley, are passionate would be an understatement. A few years ago whilst residing in California, the couple desired a change in location. In turn, they threw some sticks at a map and landed on a different kind of west coast than what they were … Continue Reading

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Rotisserie Done Betta’ From Vanchetta

What’s succulent, savory and heavenly all over? Porchetta! For those unaware as to what Porchetta (properly pronounced as Por-ketta) is, let us get you up to speed. Porchetta, in short, is traditional in Italian cuisine and is typically comprised of boneless Pork, Herbs and Garlic, and other varietals, which may differ from location to location. The meat is usually slow-roasted, … Continue Reading

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Flavors of India with Aptitude:
The Twisted Indian is Spicing Things Up

There’s something about Indian cuisine that undoubtedly appeals to all palates: a meld of sweet, spicy, tangy, earthy, and robust flavors. How could that flavor lineup possibly become even more desirable? Americanize it! And that’s precisely what chef Lokesh Vale did whilst bringing The Twisted Indian to life almost 3 years ago.

Lokesh serves up an Indian Fusion-based menu from … Continue Reading

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It’s More Than Just a Sandwich at the PB and Jelly Deli

It is impossible to make a simple, harmonious combination of creamy Peanut Butter, gooey Jelly and fresh Bread any better, right? Guess again. The PB & Jelly Deli is taking their sandwiches up a notch with innovative twists and turns that amplify the Peanut Butter and Jelly experience. Unexpected ingredients, such as Frank’s Red Hot, Arugula and Avocado (just to … Continue Reading

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Let’s Taco ‘Bout That (mobile) Mexican Place

Short Rib, Pork and Grilled Fish Tacos on Flour Tortillas

Nueva Cantina has extended their talents from the kitchen to the streets with the launch of their newest endeavor- a food truck. That Mexican Place, as some may know it, is serving up everything from innovative Tacos, to classic Chips & Guacamole, to playful items, such as their finger-licking good Tachos (yes, Tachos! Tater Tot Nachos). Sheer Genius!

The launch … Continue Reading

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Maggie on the Move: Mediterranean Fusion with Flair

From a tent vendor at the Saturday Morning Market in 2009, to a present-day flourishing Food Truck staple- Maggie is serving up her delectable Mediterranean creations with a side of love. After obtaining a knack for cooking at local Farmer’s Markets, business was expanding, and in 2011, Maggie decided that a food truck was her next move. Cue, Maggie on … Continue Reading

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