Thursday, April 26, 2012


One of my favorite bites in town is MASA! If you've never been, what an experience is waiting on you.  Beautifully decorated, with a calm and relaxing atmosphere, the ambiance is as if you have escaped from Tallahassee altogether. 
Asian meets fusion as they serve Asian-inspired seafood, fresh sushi, and other great entrees. Aside from their amazing sushi, I love to drop in during lunch for their Express Platter. This includes an entree, fried rice, noodles, a spring roll, and an appetizer of the day...all for only $8! On my last visit I had the Beef and Broccoli with Garlic Pepper Sauce...and boy did it bite! So if you're in the mood for some great food and something different than the norm, give MASA a try! Located on N. Monroe St. in Tallahassee, you will not be disappointed. And don't forget to let me know....does it bite or not?

Friday, April 20, 2012

Divine Grace

Hello everyone! I know it's been a while since I've written but I'm back and ready to fill you in on some great bites. While I was away from "blogland" I found a new bite called Divine Grace. Upon entering the restaurant, an aroma of wonderful homestyle cooking hit my nose. As I approached the counter, my mouth began to water as I saw an abundance of food. First, there were the meats to choose from...fried chicken, baked chicken, ox tails, salisbury steak, and even chitterlings. And then came the sides... macaroni & cheese, dirty rice, white rice, mashed potatoes & gravy, white acre peas, collard greens, green beans, black-eyed peas, and to top it off, flapjack cornbread. It was like Thanksgiving in April! So now it was decision time, and after a few minutes, I chose ox tails, dirty rice, collard greens, and white acre peas. My, my, my...what a bite!  If you want some soul food like Grandma used to cook, then this is the place to go. Oh, I forgot to mention how reasonable the prices are; you get 2 meats, a starch, 2 vegetables, bread, drink, and dessert all for only $9.65 (the ox tails do have an up charge).  So give Divine Grace a try, located on Tennessee St. in Tallahassee, and let me know does it bite or not.