Wednesday, August 11, 2004

Tallahassee, nestled in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, has a diverse dining scene with a quality and variety to make the most discerning of visitors feel right at home. Southern home cooking is a major drawcard for Tallahassee restaurants, where exceptional fare is prepared using authentic, generations-old recipes, fresh ingredients and traditional techniques. The city's proximity to the Gulf also offers visitors the opportunity to indulge in the freshest of saltwater delicacies, including much sought-after Apalachicola oysters and Panacea hard-shell crabs. Restaurants in the region range from the finest on the five-star spectrum right through to casually eclectic family eateries and delightful ethnic dining spots. Tallahassee is the latest metropolitan area to be added to DiningGuide.