John Knox Road is home to Scratch Kitchen and Pub, one of the city’s newest restaurants. Over the past couple of weeks I’ve watched as space formerly known as Ray’s Steel City Saloon came back to life
We arrived in Jacksonville in time for the first game of a double header between JU and Rutgers. Mason, Uncle David and I spent a chilly afternoon sitting behind home plate
We were hungry following a morning at Connor’s A-Maize-Ing Acres where we looked at their new aquaculture tank, walked about the farm, and watched the kids chase chickens.
On our first night in Saint Augustine we walked around the historic area
Before one of the last Florida State football games I visited Parlay Sports Bar and Grill with Uncle Jerry, Kristen, and Mason.
I listen to a lot of sports talk radio. During the afternoon the Jeff Cameron Show on 97.9 ESPN Radio plays in my office.
I am terrible keeping up with people and no amount of social media will change that fact. The latest example, I thought a friend from was living and working in the Tampa area
The area between S. Madison and Gaines Street has undergone a massive redevelopment. New residential and retail spaces line streets that were formerly occupied by warehouses and light industrial businesses.
Waxy O’Connors, an Irish pub that billed itself as “bringing the essence of the Emerald Island to the States” was across the street and I decided to pay it a visit for a pint and some dinner