Downtown Tallahassee Food

If you are looking for a great eating establishment downtown Tallahassee has you covered. There is a wide range of options varying from grills, organic restaurants and cafes.  A majority of the restaurants found within downtown are local and can only be found in Tallahassee. 


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Governor's Walk, Food

A sophisticated Southern regional-style restaurant located in a casual, metropolitan setting, Cypress offers a creative menu of fresh in-house preparations featuring chef-cut aged meats, local produce and fresh seafood. Locally owned and operated by a formally trained chef and his wife, together they seek to offer you the most exceptional dining experience available.

All Saints, Food

Gourmet specialty pizza served with an eclectic flare is what you can expect when you walk through the door at Gaines Street Pies. From the McBurger Pizza to the Mo' Rockin, these delicious pizza pies are just the thing you need when you want a dose of edible creativity. 

If you're someone who either lives in or is familiar with Tallahassee and you confess to having never been to Voodoo Dog, you're sure to get some pretty funny looks. A mainstay in the Capitol city, you can never go wrong with a juicy frank smothered in bacon and homemade mac 'n' cheese. What are you waiting for?

Urban Cuisine doesn't get much better than The Grain. Nestled within the historic Old Saints district, the expansive menu and the range of category choices, such as beer, wine, pizza and even 'Irish Nachos', is sure to turn you into an instant fan after just one visit.

If you step into All Saints Café during finals week, don't be shocked if you see camping students toiling away in their textbooks throughout the midnight hour. The free wi-fi, cool ambience, community atmosphere and great food make for quite the interesting and fun experience.

Since 2006, Crepe Vine has been one of the best and one of the only restaurant establishments specializing in Mediterranean cuisine and delicacies. After biting into a savory Russkie, it doesn't take long to understand why Crepe Vine is at the forefront of the hearts and minds of Greek and Mediterranean "foodies" all over town.

Southern comfort gets its just due at Savannah's Country Buffet. It's suggested that you take caution when approaching the buffet, could very well end up suffering from a case of having an appetite that wasn't nearly as big as your eyes. There is that much good food to choose from, and it all tastes great. You've been warned.

College Town, Food

You would be hard-pressed to think of a better way to signal the expansion of Tallahassee's urban commercial scene than with College Town and its champion eatery, Madison Social. The layout of the chiqué dining establishment speaks for itself. With two disticnt bars, a viewing kitchen and six garage door openings for outdoor seatings, there is no place to eat quite like it. You'd best catch the wave before it becomes a matter of national security for you to gain entry. It's that cool. 

Do Sunday Funday and Margarita Monday sound like good times? If so, you're in luck because the ever-expanding College Town is sure to be quite the scene with the addition of Samba Cantina. But this isn't your ordinary Mexican dining establishment. The nightlife and fan favorites like the Desperado slider combine to create one hell of a good time. Look for the grand opening of the Samba Cantina In Tallahassee this fall in College Town.

Looking for a place to cool down after an afternoon of cheering on the Seminoles at Doak Campbell Stadium? Pomberry Yogurt is where you need to be. Opening this fall in College Town, the convenient location of the cool snack shop is sure to be a winning formula when Seminole Nation exits the stadium and can think of nothing better to do than to chill out with a cold beverage or some great frozen yogurt.