Gainesville Coffee Company Makes Big Claim

Brio Coffee in Gainesville is doing something that other coffee companies aren’t. You might be familiar with the term “farm to table,” but what about “Farm to bottle”? According to Brio Coffee, their farm to shelf only takes 21 days. To see how this works, Brio Coffee has a diagram to explain the entire process. … Continue reading Gainesville Coffee Company Makes Big Claim

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Wyatt’s Coffee Relocates from Midtown to Downtown

The locally owned cold brew and pour-over coffee shop Wyatt’s Coffee relocated to downtown Gainesville and reopened its doors Friday, Feb. 23. Wyatt’s previously only served black coffee brews, but has expanded the menu to include espresso beverages like lattes, cappuccinos and cortados. In addition, they now offer a variety of new roasts, teas and pastries. … Continue reading Wyatt’s Coffee Relocates from Midtown to Downtown

Cilantro Tacos

Taco bout love. Who would’ve thought a traffic jam would be the stepping stone to Cilantro Tacos? Back in 2013, Nareth Meth and his son were sitting in San Diego traffic, decided enough was enough, packed up and moved to Newberry, and the rest is history. Cilantro taco is a quant, modest restaurant in Newberry. … Continue reading Cilantro Tacos

Local Mexican Restaurant, La Tienda, offers authentic dishes and a hidden Spanish Market!

La Tienda first opened in 2000. Since then the owners have dedicated themselves to serving the Gainesville community with authentic Mexican dishes. Customers have the opportunity to try over 55 different choices. Some of the dishes include tacos dorados, enchiladas, and soups and stews. Today, the location attracts people from around the Gainesville community. If … Continue reading Local Mexican Restaurant, La Tienda, offers authentic dishes and a hidden Spanish Market!