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Hot Diggity Dogs

Hot Diggity Dogs

A couple of weeks ago I noticed the sign of a new hot dog place in downtown Thomasville. Before going to see Frozen for the third time we stopped at Hot Diggity Dogs Continue reading

Voodoo Dog

Voodoo Dog

I got a text from my friend Eric asking me if I wanted to grab lunch at Voodoo Dog. He told me they recently opened a second location at 1414 W. Tennessee Street. Never one to pass up bacon wrapped fried hot dogs Continue reading

Zacawho? Zacadoo’s!

Zacawho? Zacadoo’s!

Driving back from Best Buy I wanted to grab a quick lunch and noticed Zacadoo’s Grille. The restaurant is located on Apalachee Parkway next to the La Quinta Inn. A small tower rises towards the front of the building and is topped by a large black and red sign. Continue reading

Pulled Pork at Chubo’s Dawg House

A small sign on the road announced Chubo’s Dawg House had set up shop somewhere in the plaza that serves as a home to Tan’s Asian Cafe, Esposito’s, and the Brooma Grill.  I cruised the parking lot looking for the food truck and pulled a u-turn.  I could not find Chubo’s Dawg House and parked.  … Continue reading

A Craving for Fried Chicken and Waffles

A Craving for Fried Chicken and Waffles

A few weeks ago I learned that Tallahassee was home to a fried chicken a waffle truck. I started following the Cravings Truck on Twitter (@Cravingstruck) and waited for them to be in a location where I could visit them during lunch. This afternoon they were scheduled to be in the parking lot of the FSU Anthropology Building (aka the … Continue reading

The Original Christo’s

I arrived in Sanford and drove up 1st Street looking for a place to have lunch.  After making a loop I parked near the courthouse and made the short walk up to the Original Christo’s.  I had noticed several groups of people heading in the door when I drove past and decided to check out a … Continue reading

Under Voodoo Dog’s Spell

Voodoo Dog is located in the All Saints District of Tallahassee off of a redeveloping Gaines Street. The purple warehouse that contains the restaurant has a small wooden porch out front with a set of stairs leading you to a door reinforced with iron bars.  Over the door is the Voodoo Dog sign with wavy green … Continue reading