Archive for 'Eats'
Posted on 03. Jul, 2012 by Hannah.
Tired of chain restaurants you can find on any street in town? The locally owned and run stone fired pizza and homemade inspired pastas at Piesanos Stone Fired Pizza aren’t the makings of a typical pizza shack. Here you’ll find the rare combination of both quantity and quality when dining in or ordering out. We [...]
Posted on 26. Jun, 2012 by Brianna.
It’s brunch-time – where do you go and what do you eat? We made a list of some places we’ve visited in Gainesville. Our two-part brunch series highlights dishes at restaurants all over the city; so no matter where your apartment is in Gainesville, you can work one of these restaurants into your weekend honey-do [...]
Posted on 19. Jun, 2012 by Anne.
It’s a small place located on University Avenue, just minutes away from the University of Florida campus – Bistro 1245 – the convenient lunch spot that features sophisticated dishes; but, still meets a college student’s budget. Lunch and dinner items range from about $7 to $15 – each unique in flavor and carefully prepared to [...]
Posted on 05. Mar, 2012 by Melanie.
We’re back in one piece after four very bumpy flights to and from Las Vegas this week. On the plus side, we flew over the Grand Canyon! Some of our corporate members headed west for the annual 2012 NAA Student Housing Conference at the Wynn Hotel and Conference center. This annual conference allows people in [...]
Posted on 31. Jan, 2012 by Melanie.
Which do you look forward to the most – Super Bowl commercials or the Super Bowl Parties? Since we can’t predict the former; we rumbled through the blogosphere and found great ideas for the latter. All these recipes ideas are easy and are probably things on your shopping list anyway; but, trying any of these [...]
Posted on 12. Jan, 2012 by Melanie.
Small Announcement. Dah-dah-dah-DAH! CMC Apartments is on Instagram! And if you are too, come find us at @cmcapartments or check out the Instagram feed on Facebook or find us here. AND if you have some free time this weekend, why not give this project a try. Check out this neat cookie recipe from Bakerella for [...]
Posted on 04. Jan, 2012 by Melanie.
While there are all kinds of great finds in Gainesville the surrounding towns have lots of hidden treasures to offer as well. Last week we moseyed out of Gainesville for our end of year staff luncheon and headed to High Springs – about 25 miles northwest – to The Great Outdoors Restaurant on Main Street. [...]
Posted on 10. Oct, 2011 by Melanie.
Caveat: I’m going from the spelling my part-Cantonese grandmother gave me so please allow me some room for error here. If you’ve visited Chinatown in any big city then you know what the weekend holds in store for the hungry faithful. I’m talking about Dim Sum – a brunch-style affair where morsels of delicious dumplings [...]
Posted on 31. May, 2011 by Melanie.
I had big plans to bring Moscow Mules back this summer…BIG plans. Then I remembered I’m not much of an alcohol drinker and when I made the drink it tasted like bad ginger ale. (The recipe really calls for Ginger Beer but that’s a ton of trouble to make. Worth it, but, not worth it [...]
Posted on 09. May, 2011 by Melanie.
You don’t have to ask us twice to attend an eating event. In honor of one of our favorite apps – Foodspotting – we joined our friends from neutral7 design, the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce and Sanctuary Guest Suites, Bed & Breakfast NYC at Cafe C for a Foodspotting First Friday lunch. This wasn’t our [...]