Archive for February, 2009

A Cha Bella Lunch to Remember

The Green Page editor of Savannah Best attended the latest monthly luncheon of Buy Local Savannah, this time held at the Charles Morris facility, and catered by Cha Bella. He returned from lunch  stuffed to the gills and raving about the Grilled Hanger Steak Sandwich with sauteed mushrooms and melted Provolone with Beef Demi-Glaze. Already stuffed with this gargantuan sandwich,  he then tucked into a large wrap with grilled chichen breast , fresh pesto, roasted peppers and Niman Ranch Bacon.   Then he tackled the fresh baked cookies and brownies and spent the rest of the day groaning!  “It was wonderful?”

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Feb. cSpot at Cha Bella

Tonight’s the night for The cSpot at 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Cha Bella. And if you’re wondering what The cSpot is,  it’s “the creative spot” for folks who are creative,  and like  to have fun over cocktails.  Tonight,  Cha Bella promises some tasty organic goodies and maybe a few drink specials.  Go and enjoy!

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Savannah Chili Bowl Cookoff

A fundraiser for Second Harvest Food Bank, the Chili Bowl Cookoff will be at Greyson Stadium Sat.,   Feb. 28,  from 11 am to 3 pm. The cost is $2.00 plus a can of tuna.  Eat and enjoy!

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New Restaurant to Open in old Queeny’s Location

None other than the indomitable dynamo,  Shelley Smith,  owner of  he wildly successful Eos, will soon open her next enterprise at the old Queeny’s location at 1611 Habersham St., just a few blocks North of Eos. The new eatery will be more casual and less upscale (and more affordable) for those on a budget, but there’s no doubt in our minds that the food will be equally excellent! We’ll keep y’all informed!

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Bar Food to Open Soon!

According to one of our readers, Megan, the long awaited Bar Food will open soon in Habersham Village. probably by the end of this coming week!

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Happy Hour at Local 11 Ten

What could be better at the end of a stressed out day than Happy Hour at the beautiful bar of a lovely, upscale restaurant? Not much! At Local 11 Ten, happy hour runs from 5 to 6:30 pm,  Monday – Saturday. Beer: $3.00, glass of wine: $5,  Deya’s Special Cccktail and Well Spirits: $6.00.              Flatbreads: $5, $7, and $9. Cheers!

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Carabella Wine Tasting at Eos

Thursday, February 26th will feature winemaker Mike Hallock of Carabella wines. You can stop by and taste from 1 to 3 pm and meet Mike. 
Carabella makes exceptional wines in the style of French Burgundies and Alsatian Whites.  There will be the Carabella Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Plowbuster unoaked Chardonnay.

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Wild Game Supper at Coastal Gardens!

Sounds pretty fab to us!  The menu: Wild Game hors d’oeuvres, Venison Chili, Country Fried Quail, Venison Swiss Steak, Grits, Gravy, Winter Salad, Hot Biscuits, Key Lime Pie. Feb. 27 at 6:30 pm at the Lakeside Pavilion,  Bamboo Farm and Coastal Garden. $20/person donation. Reservations must be in by Feb. 25.  Call 912-921-5897.

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Georgia Caviar

We got an excited phone  call at SavannahBest this morning from a woman who’d spotted “Georgia Caviar” on the menu of a restaurant we’ve mentioned.  She wanted to know where she could find some, what kind of fish it came from, etc.  So, for all you folks who are relatively new to these Southern states,  Georgia Caviar is a dip made from black eyed peas, chopped jalapenos, and a variety of spicey spices.  Sad to say, it’s not the eggs of some exotic fish swimming about in Southern waters.  Wish it were!

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Valentines Afternoon at Eos

Eos owner,  Shelley Smith tells us they are solidly booked up for Valentines Dinner.   But they do have a few places left for their afternoon wine tasting from 3 to 5 pm.  The tasting is six wines for $20,   including such romantic libations  as First Love, Kris Heart Merlot, and The Heart has its Reislings, among others.  Better call soon for reservations: 238-2400.

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