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6 Tallahassee Restaurants We Love

Take your own culinary tour of Florida’s capital with these six not-to-be-missed nosh pits.

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Lucky Goat Coffee

If you’ve got a fresh cup of Joe in your hand while in Tallahassee, chances are those beans came from Lucky Goat Coffee Co. They’ve mastered the art of cold-brew coffee, and you can even take it to-go in a refillable growler. Stop by for a quick cup, but don’t miss the viewing window, where you can watch the beans being roasted and freshly ground.

Lucky Goat Coffee
668 Capital Cir NE
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Bradley Country Store

This quaint country store will make you feel like you’ve gone back in time. A scenic drive down a canopied road will bring you to Bradley’s Country Store, where famous smoked sausages and stoneground grits are shipped nationally. With actual farm-to-table products, the sausages are preservative- and gluten-free, made with the same recipe since 1910.

Bradley Country Store
10655 Centerville Road
Tallahassee, FL 32309

Lofty Pursuits Ice Cream Parlor

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Lofty Pursuits is a combination ice cream parlor, candy shop, soda fountain and classic toy store all rolled into one. They make their own Victorian candy on site, with most equipment dating prior to 1900. Enjoy flights of ice cream and get a soda from the classic Coke bottle machine. The extensive menu boasts 52 unique sundaes (since there are 52 Sundays each year — get it?).

Lofty Pursuits Ice Cream Parlor
1355 Market St A11
Tallahassee, FL 32312

Kitchenable

Dinner and a show? That’s what you’ll experience at the KitchenAble Cooking School, where you can enjoy cooking classes and cooking demonstrations by the fabulous Chef Jessica located in a quaint cottage off the shore of Lake Ella. Expect a fun-filled evening with field-to-fork delicacies.

Kitchenable
(In the Cottages on Lake Ella)
1635 North Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32303

Hearth and Soul

At Hearth and Soul, everything is for sale, even the displays. You’ll find a library, living room and kitchen, which hosts weekend brunches and houses a full coffee bar. Stop by on Mondays in your workout gear for a free cup of coffee, or on weekends for their colorful brunch.

Hearth and Soul
1410 Market Street D1
Tallahassee, FL 32312

Avenue Eat and Drink

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You’ll find upscale southern fare in a modern space at Avenue Eat and Drink, outfitted with city-chic décor and a fully stocked bar. A VIP tasting menu (six courses with wine pairings) is available for private parties. A full stomach won’t be the only thing you’ll leave with. The spot is famous for world-class service.

Avenue Eat and Drink
115 E Park Ave
Tallahassee, FL 32301

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