We’ve all cracked the jokes about retailers getting a jump on the holidays.
Fans of the television show “Top Chef” already know who he is.
Liquor may not be in the title of the Savannah Food and Wine Festival, but it’s definitely on the agenda. For fans of the hard stuff, let me preview a couple of events that might be of interest.
If you’re looking for something that’s a little more “Savannah,” then perhaps Taste of Savannah is for you.
A generous donation to Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church has resulted in a new and unique event: The Pecan & Honey Harvest, set for Nov. 15 in Madison Square.
When I sat down to write this particular piece of work, I had to give it some thought.
The craft beer revolution has continued to boom here in the United States, with more than $14.3 billion in craft beer sales in 2013.
Celebrity chef Kevin Gillespie is known for a lot of things.
Winemaker Jim Foley Jr., co-owner of Seamus Wines and a local resident, has attended some of the best food and wine festivals around the country.
The second annual Savannah Food and Wine Festival kicks off Nov. 10, and you won’t want to wait until the last minute to get your tickets.
The Bluffton Beer Festival is hosting its fourth annual international and craft beer event to offer a taste of new flavors to locals.
I have never seen a ghost or anything I thought might be a ghost.
Over the last four years, the Savannah Food Day Festival has grown from roughly 3,000 attendees to the single largest Food Day celebration in the country.
You can keep your pumpkin spice lattes. The only spice I need this fall is rye whiskey.
"Elevated white trash” was thrown around a bit the other day.
The Shalom Y’all Jewish Food Festival will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 26 in Forsyth Park.
If you’ve been around the area for a while, then you remember Matt Roher when he was owner/executive chef at Cha Bella from 2007-11. He had quite a following there.
As someone who just moved back to Savannah after being away for 15 years, I am blown away by all the new growth in this area.
It’s become a frequently asked question from visitors to the new cake shop on Hodgson Memorial Drive: “Oh wow, did you know there is a Lulu’s Chocolate Bar downtown?”
One advantage of writing a column about liquor is that sometimes I get asked to judge cocktail competitions.
I find it amusing that for all the attention The Florence has gotten since its doors opened in June, we have yet to see the name of the guy that, you know, actually makes the food.
There is fabulous food around a good many corners in our fine city, but there is also good music, as well.
When I got the call to review The Collins Quarter, I was really excited. There was already a buzz just two weeks after its opening, but would it live up to expectations?
If you are familiar with the calendar around these parts, then you know September typically marks the start of festival season.
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