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Grubbin' in Gainesville

Grubbin' in Gainesville

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While I am a proud University of Miami Alum, yep, I’m a Hurricane, I have to give props to the Florida town that is home to the University of Florida.
While I am a proud University of Miami Alum, yep, I’m a Hurricane, I have to give props to the Florida town that is home to the University of Florida.

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While I am a proud University of Miami Alum, yep, I’m a Hurricane,I have to give props to the Florida town that is home to theUniversity of Florida. Gator Town, that is. Good ol’Gainesvillehada smorgasboard of healthy andvegany goodness and I amexcited to tell you all about it.While Gainesville is essentially a college town, they’ve got somenice stuff. If you’re on a
 
tour of Florida, be sure to stop by thisinland town and visit its many lakes, springs, botanical gardens ortake a
 
guided tour
 
of downtown or event the University. Butregardless of why you are in Gainesville, make it a point to comehungry!I love when a restaurant has the word “health” in its tag line orslogan. I always want to contest it because it’s normally not ahealthy place. But at
 
Pita’sRepublic, they really do have somehealthy goodies! With a fast casualmenu, they’ve got quick salads,wraps and smoothies and all areeasily veganized. WithMediterranean as their maintheme, that always showcasesgood flavors and variety. Lots ofveg and health conscious options, Ilove their veggies and spread pita!Quick, the prices are right and youwon’t feel guilty at Pita’s!No matter who you’re with, they’regonna love the
 
Reggae Shack.Their authentic Caribbean cuisinewill knock your socks off and theydon’t forget about the veg headseither! If you like jerk food (spicyspicy!) you’ll love their jerk tofu orveggie burger. And their spicyRastafarian salad? Yummmmmm!They have a terrific entree menuas well and seriously, make aspecial trip because you gotta eatat the Reggae Shack!Organic and Local Eatery,
 
TheJones Eastside, does some prettyneat stuff. With a large menu for allsorts of diners, their veggie andspecial diet options do notdisappoint. Breakfast, lunch ordinner, this sustainable diner ischock full of tasty treats like theTreeHugger bagel, TLT (tempeh,lettuce and tomato) or TempehCutlets Provencal. They even haveraw food dishes that will cause youto do cartwheels throughout theestablishment.Book Lover’s Cafe
 
is the only fullyvegetarian joint in Gainesville anddoubles as a used bookstore. Canyou say hip college kids? Wellthanks to them, this place isawesome. Grab a book, a latte, avegan sandwich and sugar freedessert and you’re set! I’m allabout their chimichurri sandwich,sans the cheese ; )Saving the best for last (well, onthis post at least), Irecommend
 
The Top. It’s cool, it’shipstery and it’s hands downdelish! Great fro drinks, late nighteats and downright gorging, thisomnivore eatery really tips the
Grubbin’ inGainesville
While I am a proud University of Miami Alum, yep, I’m a Hurricane, I haveto give props to the Floridatown that is home to theUniversity of Florida.
 
Gator Town, that is.

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