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Learn, cook and eat

March 20th, 2014 | by Jack Littman-Quinn

Once thought of as static, the culinary world is an ever evolving, dynamic, collection of tastes, flavors, foods and techniques


Libby’s Café + Bar: a standout in Southside Village

August 30th, 2013 | by Jack Littman-Quinn

When I think of Libby’s one word which always comes to mind is “choice.” This concept of “choice” extends well beyond the selections on the menu. In fact, Libby’s offers a very wide range of dining options in Sarasota. With indoor and outdoor seating, 2 good sized bar areas, a value priced menu for early dining, happy hour, Sunday brunch, lunch and an extensive, seasonally updated, dinner menu. Suffice it to say “Libby’s can accommodate many individual preferences for dining.”


Smell the Bread Café, A Healthy Option

August 8th, 2013 | by Jack Littman-Quinn

The opening of a new restaurant, bar or café in Sarasota is always an exciting event for me. What type of cuisine? What style of décor? How will the food taste? So the May opening of Smell the Bread Café, with its promise of healthy, vegan, gluten free and organic menu items, truly piqued my interest


Supernova Café Shines Brightly for Casual Italian Dining

August 1st, 2013 | by Jack Littman-Quinn

With an idea a few years in the making, Giuseppe Prestia opened the doors to Supernova Café last fall. Located at 1900 Main St., just across from the Hollywood 20, the Supernova Café is a casual, authentically Italian café serving coffee, fresh juices, lunch and dinner. Spotlighting its Sicilian specialties, all of the food is made fresh daily on the premises. In fact, the spotlight on an authentic Sicilian dining experience is so intense, the Sicilian chef makes sure there are no non-Sicilian influences in the preparation



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