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The Grey Fox really does have something for everyone and is conveniently located in the Mid-town area.
Come by and see what it’s all about!
The store name is a tribute to Vera Bradley, whose maiden name was Fox. Kathryn Bradley Wilson's sister, Barbara, started Vera Bradley Designs in 1982, naming the company after their mother. Kathryn and her long time friend, Caryl Donnellan started selling the Vera Bradley line in the mid 80's. First having trunk shows at Caryl's house, Kathryn then started The Cottage Show at Goodwood Museum &...
Holy Crepe this place is good! We had the Benvincible and the Shoeless Crepes and both were fantastic! My only regret is that we didn't get one of the sweet crepes to split for dessert. Oh well, maybe next time. The prices are great, the staff is friendly and the ambiance is just fine. I can't wait to go back!
The Crepevine is amazing! Breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert you can't go wrong with any crepe choice. We had the "Sunday Morning" - ham, bacon, cheese, veggies and sauce. It was perfect for breakfast before we hit the road. Our other crepe was the "Gilberto" - Banana, strawberry, whip cream, …
Grey Fox the can be found at E 6th Ave 206. The following is offered: Gifts. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Tallahassee there are 39 other Gifts. An overview can be found here.
Since 2007 the company has been providing Gift Shop.
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