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Brevard EATz

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A long North Wickham Road, near Baytree Drive and the corporate offices of Space Coast Credit Union, stands a restaurant that is a weekly staple for many local residents. With signature salads providing healthier options for patrons and specialty sandwiches…

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Foodpreneur | Open Mike’s

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When Food Finds You By Craig Chapman Food businesses come in all shapes and sizes and are developed from all kinds of ideas, dreams, passions and love. The brilliance lies in figuring out how to make these elements come together…

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Foodpreneur | Long Doggers

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20 Years and Still Doing What is Right By: Steven Hicks Early one June morning in 1997, well before dawn, John “LJ” Burr and Al Steiginga unlocked the door to their new business. They began to prepare for their first…

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Foodpreneurs | Intracoastal Brewing Company

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How Three Friends Created Intracoastal Brewing Company One thing almost everyone enjoys is getting together with friends to enjoy a tasty beer. Whether it’s an after work wind down or a Sunday afternoon game, pairing it with your favorite foods….beer,…

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Foodpreneur | The Farmacy

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[By Khristine Thomas] But we can’t miss the kale!,” is the simple phrase that would be the beginning of a dream come true.  Florida natives, Cathy and Robby Clay have been in business nearly three years and they take great…

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Foodpreneur | Southern Contemporary (Soco)

Business, Foodpreneur, Profiles

Chef Greg Richie: SOCO Before they were buzzwords in the culinary community, Chef Greg Richie was serving “farm to table” and “locally sourced” foods directly from the many prestigious restaurants he worked at in the South. This award-winning chef began his professional…

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Foodpreneur | The Rusty Spoon

Featured, Foodpreneur, Profiles, Women in Business

How often do we duck into a local restaurant for lunch or dinner with only the thought of food and proximity in mind? We may have read a rave review or two, but in Orlando, we as locals (even visitors) can get overwhelmed by the advertising abilities of those larger national restaurants.

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