Following Around The Food Trucks In Tallahassee

Throughout the week there are a handful of opportunities to come support local businesses—such as Lucy & Leo’s Cupcakery or Scott’s Smokehouse by catching gatherings of food trucks. Wednesday Roundup @ The Food Truck Court (11am to 2pm) If you’re looking for a quick brunch or lunch in the middle of the week and find yourself near Gaines Street, check out the Food Truck Court […]

Tallahassee History: The Battle Of Natural Bridge

The group that fought totaled 1700 soldiers and a large part of them were older local men. The others were Confederates, and composed of young men who came from the Florida Military and Collegiate Institute (Now FSU) that was located not too far from the battlefield.  The soldiers and locals were able to keep the Union from […]

Data Is Ugly, Ours Isn’t. July Market Update!

Whether you’re buying or selling in Tallahassee, it is critical to have a good understanding of what’s going on in our market. Knowing the most important data such as # of homes sold, average sales price and days on market will better prepare you to buy or sell a home. Our July market update is easy to understand and showcases […]

Your Local Guide to 4th of July Celebrations in Tallahassee

Do you like to go all out on the 4th of July? Enjoying every barbecue, festival, parade, and firework display you can find?  Or do you prefer to keep things low-key and find somewhere quiet to enjoy a nearby firework show? Either way, we’ve got you covered! Check out our list of 4th of July […]

5 Tasty Restaurants in Tallahassee

There’s nothing quite like enjoying a mouthwatering meal, out on the town. Luckily, Tallahassee has a great selection of restaurants for any palate. Here are a few dining establishments that we’ve handpicked just for you. Bon appétit! MASA 1650 N Monroe St Tallahassee, FL 32303 Japanese/Asian Fusion “Located in Tallahassee’s trendy Midtown area, this Asian-inspired […]

Tallahassee: The City Of Seven Hills

Tallahassee is the city of the seven hills. Today, they host a rehabilitation center, a surgery center, a nursing home, a security company, a property management office, and a private school named after this seven hills reference.  This can be quite confusing to most since the majority of Florida is rather flat. A map from […]

Tallahassee Elks Lodge Annual Chili Cook Off

This annual event helps raise funds so that the Elks can continue to help local charities. The Order spends more than $80,000,000 across the nation every year for benevolent, educational and patriotic community-minded programs.  Contestants in this year’s Chili Cook Off can win a cash prize by entering the Overall Award category; this chili must be cooked […]

The One And Only: Maclay Gardens

On this 1,176-acre property, Alfred B Maclay planted the first flower in 1923 with his wife Louise Fleischman. Originally the park was named Killearn after Alfred Maclay’s great grandfather’s place of birth in Scotland.  Eventually it was opened to the public in 1946 and seven years later, 300 acres of the land was graciously donated to […]