Although the calendar doesn’t officially ring in summertime until the middle of June, most of us look at Memorial Day as the official start of summer.
You may have heard some rumblings of change in the Georgia craft beer industry during the past few months.
Springtime has become one of our favorite times of the year at Eat It and Like It.
Few people will try a new dry cleaner or dentist or hat shop because it was chosen as the “best” in the area, but food is a game changer.
For all of the discussions about history in the city of Savannah, it’s somewhat comical to talk about the history of a new hotel that isn’t even 10 years old yet
Right out of the box, I will share that I am a sucker for a great steak.
Every spring, it seems clear spirits surge to the forefront.
Believe it or not, I take a lot of heat sometimes because of what I do for a living.
Have you ever heard of a hypocritical holiday? Yes, it’s a term I just made up, but they are littered throughout the calendar.
The amount of new restaurants and good food that have come to call Savannah home in the last 12 months has been incredibly well documented.
For all of the questions I get about where to eat and where to go and what to try, the one thing I am asked about rather infrequently is bakeries.
Hosted by the Tybee Post Theater as its primary fundraising event of the year, the seventh annual Tybee Wine Festival kicks off April 22.
Trying to track down a chef sometimes can be a tall order.
The concept of being the “best” is incredibly subjective, isn’t it?
I was personally responsible for The Distillery carrying Johnnie Walker Black when the establishment first opened back in 2008.
Since food became business for me, I don’t cook for my family nearly as much as I used to.
Forsyth Park Farmers' Market organizers say they've had a lot of questions about whether the market will be open during St. Patrick's Day festivities. And the answer is yes!
There’s a new restaurant in town. Wait, does Wilmington Island count as “in town”? Even if you live elsewhere, it’s worth a short drive out to Lili’s Restaurant and Bar.
In the years since he strutted onto the scene — lean, handsome, mouth running a mile a minute — in Doug Liman’s “Swingers” (1996), Vince Vaughn has become one of the poster boys for the mainstream American comedy.
More than half a year after a fire forced them to close, a popular Savannah bar and restaurant are resuming operations.
Shortly after I moved to Savannah the first time in April 1999, I got invited to a party.
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, along with its sister councils across the country, are participating in National Girl Scout Cooki
Savannahians all know the façade, facing Ellis Square from the east. If you are old enough, you remember when people actually ate and drank in there.
On Feb. 13, I had the chance to attend the Savannah Book Festival’s preview party.
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