You’ve gotta forgive me for getting a little bit out in front of my favorite time of the year.
If you went to last year’s Savannah Craft Brew Fest and had a great time, then you’re in luck because this year’s lineup of events and beers is pretty much an exact copy, only bigger.
According to actor and comedian Jim Gaffigan, “Bacon’s the best — even the frying of bacon sounds like an applause ... To improve other food, they wrap it in bacon.”
In case you haven’t heard yet, AquaCurean, a gourmet seafood and spirits celebration, returns to The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa from Aug. 28-30.
Get a glimpse of the seafood decadence that awaits guests at AquaCurean from Aug. 28-30.
Coastal Empire Beer Co has had a productive four years: They’ve won six medals from international beer competitions and have doubled production tenfold since opening the doors in 2011.
Six years ago, Julia Volen and her staff at The Distillery Ale House hosted a series of events showcasing craft beer to celebrate the week leading up to Savannah Craft Brew Fest.
If you write enough stories about food-related events in this city, then you find yourself (much like I did in more than 20 years in television news) saying, “Man, is it that time of the year already?”
This month marks seven years since I returned to Savannah for good. In the days since that scorching summer day, we’ve seen a lot of things change in our city.
The owners of B’s Cracklin’ Barbeque in Coffee Bluff say they’ve signed a lease at a nearby location and plan to reopen the ill-fated and well-loved restaurant as soon as possible.
Sometimes you just have to take matters into your own hands. That’s kind of how Jeremy Diehl’s story has unfolded over the last year and change.
Fried chicken, ox tails, smothered shrimp, cabbage, corn, cornbread, red velvet cake — these are just a few reasons to visit Sisters of the New South in Savannah.
Calling all bartenders!
Summer. It turns me upside down. For a good number of restaurant owners out at the beach, I’m sure it feels every bit like a merry go-round.
For a drink that’s been around since at least the 15th century, there are a surprising number of new takes on whiskey.
I wish I could tell you the following is a classic story of boy meets girl, they fall in love, open a business and live happily ever after.
Looking for something new to do on Tybee this summer? How about a new craft beer festival at the pier?
The one-year anniversary of the opening of the Service Brewing Co. is going to be celebrated with two events and the release of an anniversary brew, SBC 1, on July 24.
Someone who is in a position to know told me no less than 15 new restaurants have opened in or near downtown Savannah in the last year.
I’ve met all kinds of people in my time as a food writer, and more times than not you can put them into a handful of categories.
Savannah just got a little boozier.
If you didn’t know who he was, frankly, you wouldn’t mistake him for any sort of bigger-than-life figure.
It really shouldn’t have come as any surprise to me once upon a time when I started asking chefs what their most popular dishes were at any number of area restaurants.
The history and art of brewing beer dates back to the ancient Egyptians.
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