The Perfect Weekend in Tallahassee: Couple’s Edition


Grab dinner at El Cocinero if you’re in the mood for some decadent tacos. With options like Huevo Ranchero Tortas and Grouper Ceviche, you and your significant other will love trading bites.

Stop for a few cocktails at Bar 1903 and indulge in old-fashioned-themed drinks. But make sure to get there early, there are only 36 seats!

Round out the night at the Bradfordville Blues Club for a hearty Blues experience. With local and nationally famous artists playing every week, this club will have you both up and dancing.

Saturday Morning

Goooood morning Tallahassee!

What better way to soak up the drinks and dancing of the night before than a decadent brunch at Canopy Road Cafe. Their breakfast skillets will fuel you up for a big day of exploring. Even with multiple locations throughout Tallahassee, be prepared for a wait and pancakes that are well worth it.

Head on down to the Frenchtown Farmers Market to hang out with your fellow Tallahassee-ites. From organic health products to fresh produce from local farmers, there is no shortage of delicious finds.

Saturday Afternoon

The Tallahassee Antique Car Museum will get your motors running (literally)! Coined as “part shrine, part history lesson,” this museum showcases interesting tidbits from eclectic collections of antique cash registers, to muscle and concept cars.

If perusing through decades worth of mechanical wonders has revved up your appetite, drive down to Sakura Japanese Sushi and Grill for a big ol’ boat of fresh fish. If you and your significant other don’t want to fight over the last piece of sushi, go ahead and order another roll, or six. We aren’t judging!


Three words: blueberry sriracha syrup. Cap off the weekend at Table 23 for a much deserved, (we think you deserve it!) brunch of bottomless mimosas and bellinis, red hills gumbo and a fried green tomato BLT.

Alright, it’s time to walk off all of that brunch. At the Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park, you can spend a lazy Sunday afternoon weaving through the 6,000 acre wildlife sanctuary. If you love animals, boat tours and clear mossy waterways, you are in for a treat.

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