VooDoo Dog – Tallahassee, Florida

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On our first night in Tallahassee we went straight to Voodoo Dog after dropping off our bags at the Air BnB home. Last year I had wanted to stop here but it was way too busy, looks like second time is the charm. My wife Marcela doing the best to be the anti-Burger Beast chose an […]

Burger Beast On The Road – Tallahassee 2016

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Just a couple of months ago I stopped over in Tallahassee for breakfast at Whataburger on the way to Nashville. I wanted to come back and spend a couple of days taking the city and its food in. My wife Marcela and I separated a few days at the end of a week on our […]

The Frog Pond – St. Pete Beach, Florida

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We were told at the front desk at the hotel in St. Pete Beach that the Frog Pond is a great locals breakfast spot. I mean, you didn’t have to tell us that twice. When I search around online for pics the first thing I encountered was the Italian Sausage Frittata. No need to look […]

A Visit To White Castle Headquarters in Columbus, Ohio

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I grew up in the Westchester suburb of Miami in the 1980s where there was no White Castle or any type of slider available. Well, truthfully speaking there hadn’t been a White Castle in South Florida since the late 1960s. Yet, somehow I was aware of who White Castle was and their important place in […]

Wendy’s HQ & Innovation Center – Dublin, Ohio

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I can not tell a lie. I am a fan of Wendy’s, always have been and alway will be. The first time I ever spotted a Wendy’s was across the street from Echevarria Printing (my grandfather’s print shop in Miami,Fl…..Westchester to be exact) and from the moment I ate there I was hooked. I clearly […]

The Dutch Oven – Clarksdale, Mississippi

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The Dutch Oven (open since 2003) is housed in an old passenger train depot and best known for its baked goods. It’s only open from 10AM til 3PM on weekdays and closed on weekends. You can read a little more background on them at the Visit Mississippi website. After having many fried meals on my […]

Shack Up Inn & RUST – Clarksdale, Mississippi

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Over the last few years through many trips I’ve become enamored with the “South” and driving through it and enjoying the scenery. In 2014 I visited Amory, Holly Springs and Oxford, Mississippi and was left wanting more. My wife Marcela wasn’t part of that trip last year but I had a feeling she would love […]

Carroll’s Sausage & Country Store in Ashburn, Georgia

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It had only been a couple of hours since we left Atlanta, but we skipped breakfast and were now hungry. Nothing returns me to primitive behavior like starving and then seeing “Sausage Store” over and over on billboards along I-75. It was Saturday at 2PM (they’re open Mon-Sat 7AM-7PM) so we were good. After a […]

Back At Ann’s Snack Bar In Atlanta After 5 Years

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I couldn’t believe it had been 5 years since I’d been to Ann’s Snack Bar. Shortly after my visit, Ann Price put up her Ann’s Snack Bar for sale with a $1.5 million price tag on it.  I’m not even sure you could churn out $1 million worth of Burgers out of a 8 stool […]

Dyer’s Burgers – Memphis, Tennessee

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It hadn’t even been a couple of hours since our breakfast at Blue Plate Cafe. After a stop at Sun Studios we drove around the famous but deserted at this time of the morning (11AM) Beale Street. We were looking for Dyer’s Burgers which has been around since 1912 but not at this particular location. […]