Many look to caffeine and popular sports drinks for energy throughout their day, but a local St. Augustine company is gaining popularity with a healthy alternative.
One of the weekly farmer’s markets, located at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, has a unique historic appeal. The market has everything from homegrown produce to homemade arts and crafts to hand-strung live music. It’s a memorable ancient city experience whether you’re a local or just visiting.
It is only your second class of the day and you feel like you can’t go on. A nap is calling your name while the professor lectures you to stay awake. Why is it so hard to stay awake? Why is it so hard to focus? It could be that you stayed up too late studying for midterms, but it could also be what you are eating.
Crave Food Truck, opened by couple Andres Guardrola and Renee Spataso, gives locals a fresh alternative to healthy eating.
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The Floridian, a local favorite, offers fresh from the farm southern comfort foods. The restaurant was opened three years ago by a Flagler alumnus and offers a little something for herbivores and omnivores.
By Allison Dickey | email@example.com
Raw fruits and vegetables like kale, beets and spinach are not the typical foods associated with a college diet like a large cheese pizza and a double shot of espresso but juicing has recently become extremely popular around the nation â€“ and in St. Augustine too.