Pizza delivered to your house is nothing new and for some, it is a standard “I don’t feel like cooking” dinner. But for a long time I have not been able to get my favorite pizza delivered. Now, one of my favorite pizzas in town – Bruno’s – is available for delivery!
Yes, delivery from Bruno’s is now available via Patriot Delivery.
The Combo Pizza (the classic pizza with pepperoni, sausage, ham, hamburger, mushroom, green pepper, black olives, green olives, onion, jalapenos, and an option for anchovy) and a side of garlic cheese bread is a favorite way for my family to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon watching football.
Bruno’s offers wings, yummy sandwiches and several appetizers like boneless wings, hot wings, BBQ wings, fried cheese, fried mushrooms. Bruno’s offers yummy sandwiches, classic Italian dishes like lasagna, spaghetti, chicken alfredo too.
We love Bruno’s Muffuletta too! This classic sandwich is loaded with olive mix, ham, salami, provolone cheese, on toasted Italian bread.
Patriot will bring it all to your door plus you can pre-order it so that your Sunday afternoon is super easy. Be sure to get your order in before 3pm before Bruno’s closes early on Sundays.
Patriot Delivery also offers quick, easy and convenient delivery from: Janie’s Cakes (think office meetings!), Daniel Boone’s, Sake Sushi, The Diner, Cheng’s Bistro, Newk’s Eatery, Bruno’s Pizza and Pasta, Wok Box, What About Kabob’s, Dickey BBQ, Taj Mahal, and Kabob Lounge. You can pre-order delivery from Where’s Rufus, The Diner and Cork Food and Drink. Sometimes the hours each restaurant is open changes the delivery schedules.
To order, simply log on at www.patriotfooddelivery.com, set-up a free account (they remember your favorites), then follow the simple steps to select your items in your order. On the website, it will give you an estimate of the delivery charge, ranging from 0.00 to 6.99 based on your zip code.
Patriot delivers to homes, businesses, hotels, as well as school campuses.
From their website, “Our standard delivery fee is depending on location and per restaurant for orders placed online. The delivery fee does not include gratuity for the delivery waiter. The average delivery time is 40 to 50 minutes. Delivery times vary based on traffic, the restaurant’s ability to prepare food, and weather conditions. We recommend that large orders be placed at least two hours in advance, but if you require a specific lunch time delivery, 24-hour notice is recommended.”
You can also have groceries delivered starting at $20.
Use the code “patriotfood” for your first order to get a discount!
If you need anything at all from Patriot or have any questions, please email them at email@example.com. They will usually respond within a few minutes. If needed, give them a call, (or a text), at (903)508-3833.
Corporate accounts can be set up where your business can receive a bill at the end of each billing cycle, too.
Festival of Fruit: 34th Annual Tomato Fest Saturday, June 9th
34th Annual Tomato Fest Saturday, June 9th
Welcome to Jacksonville – home of the best tasting fruit – tomatoes!
Local farmers are busy getting ready for the upcoming 34th Annual Tomato Fest in Jacksonville, Texas by planting acres of the best tastin’ tomatoes. Join the celebration Saturday, June 9th in downtown Jacksonville for a BIG day of activities that will be happening all day long. Over 200+ vendors and all kinds of festival food, including the famous fried green tomatoes, Farmers Market, $500 Got Talent Contest, Car Show, Motorcycle Show, Tennis Tournament, Soccer Tournament, Softball Tournament, Entertainment, Kidz Zone, and so much more will cover 5 blocks downtown. Tomato events include Salsa Contest, Tomato Eating and Peeling Contest, Tomato Archery, Tomato Shoot, Best Home Grown Tomato Contest, Tomato Packing Contest and tour the Tomato Shed. Saturday evening, Chili’s Street Dance will take place featuring Brian Chance Band and Lady Chazz and the Tramps.
Activities kick off on Saturday, June 2nd with a 5k run sponsored by All Smiles. Monday, June 4th and Tuesday, June 5th is Family First Clinic’s corporate challenge Dodgeball Tournament. On Wednesday, June 6th, a Gospel Concert sponsored by Whataburger featuring, The Group, will perform at Central Baptist Church. New this year on Thursday, June 8th is the Farm to Table dinner event that will take place at Castle on the Lake on beautiful Lake Jacksonville and will be catered by Rob Gowin, Sadler’s Kitchen & Catering. A 4 Man Scramble takes place at the Cherokee Ranch Golf Club on Friday, June 8th. The final Tomato Fest week celebration ends at Lake Jacksonville with a Ski Show on Sunday, June 10th.
Taste for yourself the best tomatoes and fun festival packed with lots to do for everyone. For additional information, contact Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce at (903)586-2217, or go to JacksonvilleTexas.com/Tomato-Fest or Facebook.com/JacksonvilleChamber.
East Texans Learn to “Live Healthy”
This Month at Integrative Health Matters:
Integrative Health Matters offers a healthy alternative to losing weight. The public has opportunities to visit Integrative Health Matters at any of these classes:
- Every Wednesday (12:15-1:15pm) – Mindful Movements; (5:15-6:15pm) – “Just Breathe” Meditation
- June 1st (10-11am) – Functional Food Friday: Eating Healthy on a Budget
- June 12th (6-7:30pm) – Kitchen Talk: Mediterranean Diet Lifestyle
- June 15th (10-11am) – Functional Food Friday: Meal Prepping
- June 22nd (10-11am) – Functional Food Friday: Acid, Alkaline & Food Combining
- June 26th (6-7:30pm) – Kitchen Talk: Plant Based Eating
- June 29th (10-11am) – Functional Food Friday: Bone Broth
Cooking classes offered twice monthly are in-depth health and cooking presentations. These “Kitchen Talks” invite the public into the IHM instructional kitchen to learn to cook tasty and nutritious meals and create a healthy home environment.
Integrative Health Matters is located at 419 WSW Loop 323 #400 in Tyler, next to La Madeleine. For information about Integrative Health Matters, contact (903)595-8077 or visit ihm.life.
Rose City Farmers Market Downtown This Weekend
By Barbara Greenbauer
Everything is blooming, growing, and flourishing in East Texas and it’s time to head back to the market!
Your Saturday mornings can be stupendous with by stopping downtown at the new Rose City Farmers Market location. Opening April 7th and running through the first weekend in November, the market is a neat, unique experience for the whole family.
Located just a block from the Square – in the Unclaimed Furniture parking lot in Tyler (236 S. Broadway), the market is the place to be bright and early Saturday mornings from 8am-12 noon. Your senses will go wild with the atmosphere of the Rose City Farmers Market.
As part of the Food and Farm Coalition, their goal is to work toward a sustainable food system that meets the needs of both producers and consumers.
The market brings all that’s fresh straight to you: fruits, vegetables, and herbs all grown within 75 miles of Tyler. That includes pasture-raised beef, lamb, pork, chicken, and turkey, free-range/non GMO eggs, and goat cheeses.
Jessica Bullock, Director of the Farmers Market, says “We are excited about the opportunity to connect people with locally grown food in a great community gathering place Downtown.”
The move to downtown makes the market “easily accessible to everyone, which is extremely important to our mission,” explained Jessica. All items sold at market are 100% produced or grown by the vendors. “Everything you’ll see at the market has been grown, baked, or made by the vendors themselves, which may be a surprise to some,” said Jessica.
Eating seasonally is what the market is all about, and when you eat food grown locally, it’s is always harvested at the peak of its season. Local food is also not stored in shipping containers, so it doesn’t spoil or lose health benefits on its way.
Buying food at its peak season also benefits our local farmers because it costs less for producers to harvest and transport and those savings get passed down to you…it’s a huge win/win for everybody!
With the Market opening in April 7th and running through November 17th, every week will be a brand new adventure as the seasons change and different produce are featured. In April, a trip to the market will fill your senses with treasures from East Texas fields like arugula, carrots, kohlrabi, radishes, beets, turnips, strawberries, new potatoes, mustard greens, kale, lettuce, cilantro, onions, swiss chard and parsley.
The market is all about community, so you’ll find something for everyone from fresh bread to flowers, coffee, jams and jellies, and baked goods. Vendors also showcase Texas olive oil, handcrafted art, and Texas fruit wines.
And that’s not all you’ll get to see at the Market. Local musicians will be showcased every Saturday, plus a new exciting addition of rotating food trucks. “We are proud to serve as a venue to some of Tyler’s most talented musicians,” said Jessica. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy the perfect blend of food and music and great weather.
Vendors or members must meet certain goals including being located within 75 miles of the market, providing safe and fair working conditions for all farm workers, organic or natural methods, humanely raised animal products, beef and other grass-eating animals are grass fed, and dairy is rGHB-free. Find out more about becoming a member/vendor at foodcoalition.org.
The market depends on volunteers to set up and break down, help with displays, banners, and lots of behind the scenes work. What a great way to give back to the community! People interested in helping can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We are thrilled to be part of the Downtown scene and to be able to partner with the great small businesses that are part of this growing culture,” said Jessica. “The new location is a perfect fit for the Market and the thriving downtown community.” “We would like to thank Bill & Cecilia Bush of Unclaimed Furniture for the space and the support.”
Bring the family and spend Saturday mornings at the Rose City Farmers Market, located at 302 S. Broadway in Downtown Tyler.
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