There are a lot of you out there who enjoy taking any opportunity to be highly critical of our city during the St. Patrick’s Day celebration every year. From my seat? You need to stop. It’s a tired act.
For those of us who follow along very closely in and around the Savannah restaurant scene, there were few stories last year that turned more heads than the announcement that Chef Lauren Teague had decided to move on from her spot at 22 Square.
On New Year’s Day, I’ll be packing up my car and moving out of Savannah after nearly 15 years. For the past three of those, I’ve been truly fortunate to get to share my experiences in Savannah’s bar scene.
It isn’t very often that I feature someone on my television show and then turn around and write a separate break-out feature on them. It has happened, but not very often in the five years we have been producing “Eat It and Like It.”
No amount of pre-planning can protect your event from a state emergency, and when Hurricane Matthew hit our coast in early October, events that had been in planning stages for a year or more were canceled or postponed.