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Eat Like A…

Eat Like A…

By Ashley Hardaway "Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name…" Or, in the case of restaurants, where the waitress knows your order. But there are also times when you want to go [...]

Say Cheese

Say Cheese

Have you ever posted a photo of a dish you made on your Facebook page? Or Tweeted a photo of what you're about to eat at a restaurant, before even trying it? Of course you have. That's what social [...]

Summer Eats ’12

Summer Eats ’12

The dog days of summer are officially here. We challenge anybody who doubts us on this one to try and stand outside in direct sunlight for ten minutes and avoid sweating. Yeah, it's not going to [...]

Festival Feats

Festival Feats

The best festivals are ones that revolve around food. Here are a few—local and day-travel distance—that occur throughout the year. June: Creole Tomato Festival To celebrate the crops of [...]

Eat Guide Directory

Eat Guide Directory

Atlas Oyster House 600 S. Barracks St. 437-1961 atlas.goodgrits.com Atlas is the place to find local oysters prepared your way, whether it’s raw, baked or steamed. Locally caught fish and [...]

Blog Roll

Blog Roll

If you've ever bookmarked a recipe (bonus points for never actually making it), drooled over a photo of someone else's lunch or based your restaurant choice on a raving review, you're probably a fan [...]

Finally Trucking

Finally Trucking

Pensacola always takes a little time to catch up with food trends (the cupcake boom of 2010 can attest to this). However, better late than never, perhaps no gastronomic movement has been so looked [...]

Hungry Games Game

Hungry Games Game

Do you want in on the Hungry Games with us? Then try one of the places in our Eat Guide Directory Check in our Foursquare while you're there and tag the Independent News. We'll pick a winner at [...]

Hungry Games

Hungry Games

By IN staff Most people find themselves stuck in a food rut from time to time. Whether you go to the same place everyday for everyday lunch because it's cheap and quick (yeah, we're talking about [...]

Strangers In A Strange Land

Strangers In A Strange Land

America's Immigration Status By Jeremy Morrison The elevator doesn’t go all the way to the eighth floor of the Alabama State House. Tony Blanco took it to the seventh, and then hustled up a [...]

Man of Different Color

Man of Different Color

By Hana Frenette Great things are often achieved by accident, or while trying to achieve something else. Such is the case with Jack White’s first solo album, “Blunderbuss.” White and [...]

New Orleans Rap Travels East

New Orleans Rap Travels East

By Hana Frenette Working nine to five at the interior design shop and then going home to change for a performance of dance infused hip-hop designed specifically for intense gyrating of the gluteus [...]

Devil’s in the Details

Devil’s in the Details

By Kate Peterson The Devil Makes Three is an eclectic band from Santa Cruz, Calif. The folk-punk band consists of guitarist Pete Bernhard, upright bassist Lucia Turino, on guitar and on banjo [...]

Kids Can Hangout Too

Kids Can Hangout Too

Don’t underestimate the Kid’s Stage at Hangout. Names such as: Peter DiStefano, Big Bang Boom and Q Brothers will make regular appearances, as well as some surprise guests that are still under [...]

Surviving The Hangout

Surviving The Hangout

Dave Matthews might sing "Don't Drink the Water," but you should actually do the opposite this weekend. Drink the water. Drink lots of it. Drink it even if you're afraid of having to use a [...]

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