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722 Apalachee PkwyTallahassee, FL 32301
From Business: Welcome to Miller's Tallahassee Ale House! Located on Apalachee Parkway between Governor's Square Mall and the Florida Capital, the Ale House restaurant provides …
3103 Cooks Landing Rd TalquinQuincy, FL 32351
From Business: Casual, waterfront dining on beautiful Lake Talquin. Indoor and outdoor seating is available. Our dinner entree offerings change often. Please call for tonight's …
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My husband and I live in St. Petersburg, Florida amd frequent Tallahasse to visit friends and family. On one of our visits our cousins brought us to eat here. Now when we visit Tallahasse, our first stop (and last!) is seineyards. Our favorite is the fried mullet with cheese grits. OMG never in my life have we had cheese grits to compare with these. We have tried other dishes as well and have never been disaappointed. We are heading ther in two days and are counting down to our visit. Look out Mullet and Cheese Grits, HERE WE COME!
This is my all time favorite seafood restaurant in our area. Although it is not directly on the coast, they get fresh seafood from the coast. They have the absolutly best food and sides anywhere I've eaten seafood, which has been quite a lot! I love seafood! Their prices are very reasonable compared to some other seafood restaurants in the area, and the portions are plentiful. People drive for miles to come eat at the Seineyard Restaurant. They have been in business a long time now and they have never let down their standards.
I really enjoy this unique eatery and its convenience. I can have my breakfast (Latte' and Croiss.) and lunch (Turkey Club and Baked Lays) delivered to me without wasting time getting into my car and driving some place. I eat breakfast and lunch at my desk everyday and I find it an easy way to save time. I actually leave an hour early everyday because I can eat at my desk with no interuptions. I feel bad sometimes because I know the delivery guy (on foot) only works for tips and most people only tip them a lousy dollar.