Category Archives: Dining

Starke Florida Restaurants, Pubs and Bars

May 19, 2018 by Corey A Edwards

Starke Florida Restaurants, Pubs and BarsStarke Florida restaurants, pubs and bars, and nearby Waldo establishments are all within 15 minutes of our North Central Florida Inn and offer a wide variety of good food. You can spend a day in nearby Gainesville visiting shops, museums, theaters, and exploring the surrounding area, then head back towards the B&B for a bite to eat in Waldo or Starke.

Back at the Inn and lake you can take a leisurely stroll through the open fields, fish off the pier, or curl up with a good book in the swing. It’s always relaxing to watch the sunset from one of the back porch rocking chairs, or just lounge on the dock.

Starke and nearby Waldo are home to several fast food chain restaurants including: McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Subway, Ihop, Hardees and others, but for the purpose of showing our guests what else our area has to offer, we’ll be focusing this post on other dining establishments. Enjoy!

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Sample Local Craft Beers On A Gainesville Brewery Tour

September 22, 2017 by Corey A Edwards

Enjoy a Gainesville Brewery Tour!The local craft beer scene is really hopping (no pun intended) and one of the best ways to discover it is on a Gainesville brewery tour!

The craft beer craze has taken the nation by storm over the last decade and Florida is no exception. Craft breweries are popping up all over the place with excellent and unique local beers on tap. While many local brewers bottle and keg their beers for outside consumption, one of the best ways to sample a beer is at the brewery.

While not all craft breweries offer tours, most do and they are almost always worth your while. Learning about the brewing process, meeting the brewmaster, and seeing the brewery adds personal value to any beer. Brewmasters tend to love to talk about their beers and you can learn fascinating things about their particular process. There is more than one way to brew a beer and many craft brewers love to experiment.

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