Where to Celebrate National Coffee Day in Tallahassee

By Cristi McKee TALLAHASSEE, Fla — September 29 is National Coffee Day, and the best way to celebrate is by stopping at a locally-owned coffee shop and picking up your favorite caffeinated drink. Fortunately for residents of the Capital City, Tallahassee has an array of options to try out, whether you enjoy classic cold brews, or specialty gourmet lattes. Here are several spots to celebrate … Continue reading Where to Celebrate National Coffee Day in Tallahassee

What to See and Do in Tallahassee in 1 Day

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Devoe L. Moore Center Blog Where to Eat & Drink Bradley’s Country Store — Country smoked sausage is a family tradition at Bradley’s Country Store, which was founded in the capital city in 1927, and has since gained national recognition from governors to city folk alike. You can drop by the authentic country store and pick up a signature sausage … Continue reading What to See and Do in Tallahassee in 1 Day

Chi Chi’s Café Truly Brings the 305 to the 850

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Chi Chi’s Café When approaching Chi Chi’s Café, the upbeat sound of Latin music immediately fills your ears, the smell of guava wafts through the air and meets you on the doorstep, and you are instantly transported to another place and time—and you should be, given that Chi Chi’s was founded by Miami transplants Rafel and Donna “Chi Chi” Diaz. … Continue reading Chi Chi’s Café Truly Brings the 305 to the 850

It’s No Myth that Argonaut Coffee is Arriving in Tallahassee

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Argonaut Coffee Tallahassee coffee lovers, you’re in luck! A new coffee shop is arriving soon and it’ll be a must-add to your weekly coffee routine. Earlier this summer, Jason McArthur brought Argonaut Coffee to life and is excited for Tallahassee’s newest coffee shop to open later this year. The Tally Wire spoke with McArthur about his new business to get … Continue reading It’s No Myth that Argonaut Coffee is Arriving in Tallahassee

How a Coffee Lover Survived Freshman Year Without a Coffeemaker

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Timothy Barlin Before I showed up for orientation at Florida State University, after analyzing the campus map and quoting my Uber ride from the airport, there was a very important question I needed to answer: how do I get my coffee fix in Tallahassee? I love coffee, along with most of the adult population. I love the caffeine high almost … Continue reading How a Coffee Lover Survived Freshman Year Without a Coffeemaker

All Saints Café More Than Just a Coffeeshop

By Lexie Pitzen | Photos: All Saints Café All Saints Café first lured me in with its Instagram bio, and the summer before my freshman year at Florida State University, I was eager to try a “Charming Local Café and Roastery with Vegan Treats and Selective Capitalization.” But, as with any other artsy coffee shop, I had three important questions: Is the coffee good? Can … Continue reading All Saints Café More Than Just a Coffeeshop

Small Business Saturday Profile: RedEye Coffee

By Abby Cloud There’s nothing that Tallahassee knows quite like local coffee shops, and many residents frequent local cafe, RedEye Coffee. With a mission of a “socially and environmentally responsible” means of producing and selling their coffee, as well as a yummy variety of coffees and teas, it’s no wonder that RedEye has stolen the hearts of many. RedEye was founded 15 years ago by … Continue reading Small Business Saturday Profile: RedEye Coffee