Archive for August, 2008

Tybee Island Labor Day Beer Fest

Enjoy the ocean, live music, fireworks and beer at the First Annual Tybee Labor Day Beach Bash! Starting at 12 noon at the Pier and Pavillion, lovers of the sea, music, craftbrews and good eats will get their full of all from Moon River Brewery. Sunday, August 31 on Tybee Island.

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Wine Soiree & Fall Preview at Eos

Mark the date! Saturday, Sept.  13, 6:30 to 9 pm. Second Saturday wine soiree plus The Big Fall menu preview. Seven wine reps with over 36 wines with dishes from Eos’ new Fall Menu will be served. Regular dinners will not be served during this event. Reservations highly recommended: $40 in advance, $45 at the door. Call Eos, 238-2400.

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News from Lulu’s Chocolate Bar

Artist Christoper Minard’s “Effigies” now showing at Lulu’s Chocolate Bar. With Happy Hour Monday through Friday, what more could one want? Sunday Brunch, maybe?  That’s coming soon! More info: 238-2012.

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Labor Day Weekend Brew Fest

Enjoy a beer blast with delectable eats at the first Savannah Craft Beer Festival this Labor Day weekend. Friday night features the best of Georgia Beer and Food Pairings. Saturday will boast over 100 of America’s best Craft Brews at the Grand Tasting, both days at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center. For more info and tickets: www.savannahcraftbrewfest.com.

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Disco dancing, open bar, fine food

Studio 54 Paws is the theme of the 10th annual Friends of Animals of the Coastal Empire fundraiser auction, Friday, Sept. 12, 7:30 pm to 11 pm at Savannah Station. $45 at the door and you get disco dancing, fine catered food, open bar, plus live and silent auctions.   So go for the dogs and have a great time!

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Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse to Open Soon

It’s been about a year and a half since we first noted that Ruth’s Chris would be opening early in 2008. Well, it’s going to be late in the year before it comes to fruition, but open it will, probably in October, according to management. The prime quality steaks, from tenderloin to porterhouse, cut thick and seared at 1800 degrees to preserve juiciness,  then topped with butter for more sizzle,  are legendary among well-heeled corporate moguls from Hawaii to Florida. Housed in the beautiful old Morning News building, at 111 W. Bay St. , the restaurant will be the cornerstone of News Place.

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Wine and Religion

Eos Food and Wine Bar always has interesting events. But this one, Wine and Religion, promises to be truly fascinating!  On Sat., Aug. 23, from 3 to 5 pm, you can taste old varietals and discover how integrated wine and religion truly were.  $20 with advance reservations; $25 at the door. Don’t miss this one! Call 238-2400 for reservations.

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