Florida Juice Company permanently closing doors

By Cristi McKee TALLAHASSEE, Fla — Locally-owned Florida Juice Company has announced that they will be closing their storefront located at 633 W Tennessee St. The restaurant, which opened in March of this year, specializes in fresh juice with no preservatives, artificial flavors, added colors, high fructose corn syrup or concentrates and offers an extensive sandwich/panini menu. By the end of this week, their doors … Continue reading Florida Juice Company permanently closing doors

Donald L. Tucker Civic Center hosting Christmas Vacation with the Griswolds, will feature Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo

By Cristi McKee TALLAHASSEE, Fla — On Nov. 28, the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center will be hosting “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” stars, Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo, the leading couple of the movie, for a virtual viewing of the classic Christmas movie and Q&A session. “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” follows the Griswold family as they navigate the holiday season with their entire extended family … Continue reading Donald L. Tucker Civic Center hosting Christmas Vacation with the Griswolds, will feature Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo

Tallahassee’s newest amusement center, District 850, celebrates grand opening

By Cristi McKee TALLAHASSEE, Fla — District 850, Tallahassee’s newest food and entertainment venue, celebrated their grand opening on Nov. 15. The brand new 40,000 sq. ft. amusement center is located at 2662 Fleischmann Way and features a full bar, restaurant and grill and entertainment center. District 850 is open to all ages and offers something for everyone. The entertainment side of the venue features … Continue reading Tallahassee’s newest amusement center, District 850, celebrates grand opening

City Walk Urban Mission opening emergency shelter this week, will be only low-threshold emergency shelter in Big Bend

By Cristi McKee TALLAHASSEE, Fla — Local thrift store and outreach center, City Walk Urban Mission, will be opening an emergency shelter on Nov. 20 in response to the growing need for homeless individuals seeking emergency shelter, especially in the upcoming winter months. “God has called us to open our doors to care for those unsheltered in our city,” Renee Miller, City Walk founder and … Continue reading City Walk Urban Mission opening emergency shelter this week, will be only low-threshold emergency shelter in Big Bend

El Cocinero opening new location in Midtown in December

By Cristi McKee TALLAHASSEE, Fla — Within the next few weeks, popular Mexican food restaurant, El Cocinero, will be opening up a new location in Midtown at 1303 Thomasville Road. While a specific date has not been set for their grand opening, the restaurant is planning on opening their doors in early December. As of recent, El Cocinero has been operating out of Liberty Bar … Continue reading El Cocinero opening new location in Midtown in December

Following #COVIDWear project, local commercial photographers launch “A Very COVID(wear) Christmas”

By Cristi McKee TALLAHASSEE, Fla — Following their popular #COVIDWear project, local commercial photographers, The Workmans, have announced the sequel to this project just in time for the holidays: A Very COVID(wear) Christmas. Alex and Chelsea Workman, owners of The Workmans, figured that the year has not been normal, so holiday photos and Christmas cards might as well not be, either. The holiday season is … Continue reading Following #COVIDWear project, local commercial photographers launch “A Very COVID(wear) Christmas”

Bannerman Crossings seeing uptick in loitering, implementing new policies for safety of patrons

By Cristi McKee TALLAHASSEE, Fla — Recently, Northside Tallahassee shopping center, Bannerman Crossings, located at 3425 Bannerman Rd, has experienced loitering issues which that caused a several incidents regarding safety of patrons. “Over the past several months we have experienced a substantial increase in the number of young teenagers roaming the Center without adult supervision,” Bannerman Crossings stated on their venue Facebook page. “This has … Continue reading Bannerman Crossings seeing uptick in loitering, implementing new policies for safety of patrons

FAMU Marching 100 to be featured in iHeartRadio’s HBCU Marching Band Experience

By Cristi McKee TALLAHASSEE, Fla — On Nov. 12, the Florida A&M University marching band, The Marching 100, will be featured in iHeartRadio’s HBCU Marching Band Experience as part of the iHeartRadio HBCU Homecoming Celebration. In a “never-before-seen” virtual experience, four competing marching bands, Hampton University, North Carolina A&T, FAMU, and Prairie View A&M will be brought together to perform “in unity.” This virtual event … Continue reading FAMU Marching 100 to be featured in iHeartRadio’s HBCU Marching Band Experience

Tallahassee’s newest Mediterranean restaurant, Yasou Cafe, celebrates grand opening

By The Tally Wire staff TALLAHASSEE, Fla — On Nov. 3, Tallahassee’s newest Mediterranean restaurant, Yasou Cafe, celebrated their grand opening at at 3551 Blairstone Rd. Suite 101. The new cafe offers “a new adventure coming from the Mediterranean,” and “the real taste of the most famous dishes from the Mediterranean countries in Tallahassee,” according to restaurant owners. Cafe Yasou’s food menu features classic Mediterranean … Continue reading Tallahassee’s newest Mediterranean restaurant, Yasou Cafe, celebrates grand opening

Tally Kombucha opens storefront in Railroad Square Art District

By The Tally Wire staff TALLAHASSEE, Fla — On Nov. 6, Tally Kombucha, Tallahassee’s locally-owned kombucha drink and superfood treat company, hosted a “soft opening” for their new storefront located at 1019 Commercial Drive in the Railroad Square Art District. This store specializes in “grab and go” kombucha drinks and treats that are dairy free, vegan, gluten free and have no GMO’s. Super food products … Continue reading Tally Kombucha opens storefront in Railroad Square Art District