If you are fortunate enough, then you know what it is like to report to your place of employment every day and not feel like you are going to work.
In all of the places I have had the good fortune of living in around this country, I have never seen a community more committed to a wide variety of causes like I have here in Savannah.
If you’re the type of person who wants to enjoy healthy portioned samples of great food and drinks for a reasonable price, then you turn to your Greek friends to make it happen.
Now Brew Abbey is hosting Draft-a-Craft: Home Brewing 101, so novice brewers can learn the ropes and enjoy the ale from their very own creations.
When you stroll through the grocery store these days and see all the bounty farmers bring to consumers, it’s hard to believe there are heirloom crops we’ve never even seen.
Labor Day weekend in Savannah can only mean one thing: It’s time for the annual Savannah Craft Brew Fest. And if you’ve never been, you may not know just how big this festival gets.
Editor's note: Due to the tropical storm warning, Bacon Fest dates and hours have been rescheduled.
The Savannah Craft Brew Fest is just around the corner on Sept. 3, but local beer geeks know the real action starts the week before with Savannah Craft Beer Week.
In 2014, The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa decided to host a premiere seafood and spirits event to raise money for its nonprofit, the Savannah Harbor Foundation.
It’s the middle of the afternoon on a Thursday, downtown Atlanta. I’m sitting in a fairly new restaurant directly across the street from a dorm at Georgia State University.
It’s a chocolate lover’s dream. The Chocolate Affair — A Sultry Breeze will feature wine, chocolate desserts, live music and a silent auction.
Even if El-Rocko Lounge, on the corner of Whitaker and State streets, weren’t the closest bar to my office, it would still be one of my favorite spots to stop for happy hour.
Fads come and fads fade. A handful of years ago, it seemed everyone and their brother was coming up with some form of a delivery service to get fresh produce delivered to your door.
We all know — and if you don’t, you should — that quite possibly the No. 1 thing people are looking to eat and like when they come to Savannah is seafood.
Savannah has plenty to offer when it comes to food fests, from humble but delicious bacon dishes to exotic offerings from across the world.
I’m not a huge fan of the term “hidden gem.”
It is about this time every year when the calendar starts to fall into place. Not the least of which is the Savannah Food & Wine Festival, coming to our fine city Nov. 7-13.
I ran into Franco Marra at the grocery store a couple of weeks ago. He was buying a Powerball ticket. Or was it Mega Millions? I’m not sure, but that’s not the point.
The Savannah Food & Wine Festival’s premier event, the James Beard Foundation Celebrity Chef Tour Dinner, features a record seven James Beard Foundation award-winning and/or nominated guest chefs participating this year.
Those of us who drive into downtown Savannah with any regularity lost count a long long time ago. I’m referring to the number of times you sat at the intersection of Liberty and Drayton streets.
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