The Edison, located in Cascades Park, is rapidly becoming one of Tallahassee’s favorites. The restaurant offers a cuisine that is both delicious and healthy. Located in a historic building, it presents a modern style with a friendly vibe.
Adam Corey, a prominent lobbyist and former volunteer campaign treasurer for Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, is one of Cascade’s owners. He previously owned the restaurant 101 and Mint Lounge in downtown.
Corey and his partners wanted to create an establishment in the heart of Tallahassee, near the Capitol, that represented their love for this town.
The Edison’s menu is a combination of fine and casual dining. Locally grown, fresh products are what you will find at The Edison. Chefs prepare every dish from scratch so that guests may experience a peaceful and fulfilling experience.
They have more than just dinner at this restaurant. There is also a brunch, lunch, and a wine menu that guests have the opportunity to order from. Prices usually range from about $9 to $30, depending on the time of day and what menu they are serving from.
From the time you walk in, the atmosphere in The Edison is welcoming and inviting. Quiet and peaceful music plays so patrons can wind down and relax, while enjoying a delicious meal.
To add on to this fine restaurant, The Edison also has a monthly wine event. Delicate wines and intricate foods from various regions are displayed for those who are looking for a new and exciting experience. This event embodies food, wine, and culture for all guests to enjoy.
Tallahassee now has a great addition to its town with The Edison restaurant. It is more than just food and drinks; there’s laugher, love, and even life.
During a recent lunch, I ordered Tito’s Vodka Ravioli. The entrée was priced at $18 and it consisted of homemade chicken and spinach ravioli tossed in a sweet Vodka sauce. The meal was delicious and freshly made. I would definitely recommend to those who wish to try The Edison. It’s an experience you don’t want to miss.
The Edison is open every Monday-Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and weekends from 10 a.m. until closing time.