I’m Rochelle Koff, originally from Philly, lived most of my life in South Florida. Now, I’m proud to call Tallahassee — so green, so friendly, so much more sane — my home.
I’ve spent a lot of my life eating in restaurants. I critiqued them for The Miami Herald for more than 20 years and was Broward County writer/editor for Zagat’s Miami/South Florida Restaurants guides for eight years.
These days, I freelance stories about a variety of subjects, including food, dining and nutrition, for the Tallahassee Democrat, Tallahassee Magazine, 850 business magazine, Eater, the Miami Herald and other publications.
And, of course, I write this blog. I want to eventually try every restaurant and experience every food trend in and around the Capital City.
Breaking bread together is one of our most social human activities, and I’m convinced that food is the key to knowing a place and its people.
Here in Tallahassee and the surrounding area, we may not have, in sheer numbers, the dining choices some other locales have, but there’s a very vibrant — and growing — food culture here.
I hope you’ll help me, and you, grow with it. I welcome your comments and suggestions.
P. S. I dine anonymously, and at my own expense and I don’t have financial ties to any restaurants.
You can reach me at…
Facebook: Tallahassee Table