Archive for October, 2009

New Japanese Restaurant

Heiwa’s has opened at 7401 Skidaway Road.  They’re open for lunch and dinner and feature a full sushi bar, beer and wine.

We’ve yet to try this joint, so please let us know if you’ve paid them a visit.  We’d love to hear your feedback.

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Ghoulish Treats at Lulu’s Chocolate Bar

Enjoy red velvet buggy and chocolate wolf cupcakes!  YUM!  Better yet, how about a Pumpkin Pie or Gingerbread Martini?  While they’re not hosting a Halloween party per se, they do encourage you to stop by with your fantastic costume and enjoy some their tasty treats.  Happy Halloween everyone!

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Tini Tuesdays at the Melting Pot

It doesn’t get much better than $5 martinis!  Tini Tuesdays start November 10th, and run til the end of December.  Of course while you’re there, you can’t pass up the opportunity for some delightfuly fondue!

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Hendry Wine Dinner at EOS

Don’t miss the Hendry Wine Dinner at EOS, November 3, at 6:30pm.  This is a reservations only event that will feature several wines paired with incredible dishes created by Josh Pitts.  Winery owner Susan Ridley will be on hand to introduce you to a variety of wines. $65 per person.  1801 Habersham St., 238-2400.

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Monday Night Fondue for the Ladies

At the delicious Melting Pot.  Enjoy a three-course fondue, which includes any of their cheese fondue, a salad, and a chocolate fondue for dessert!  $22 per person includes tax and tip!  Monday Night Fondue starts Monday Nov. 9th and will run through the end of December.  To top things off, they’ll have martinis for $9 and wine starting at $6 per glass.

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Eureka!

We’ve been on the hunt for Savannah’s best cornbread for 14 years, and by golly, we’ve just found it!  If you haven’t visited Geneva’s at 2812 Bee Road, you sure are missing out.  Not only is the cornbread out of this world, the greens, mac-n-cheese, and other fixins’ are pretty darn tasty too.  Lastly, don’t forget to get a taste of her made-to-order fried chicken, it won’t disappoint.

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Recession Soul Mondays at Sol

Enjoy well, top shelf, and specialty drinks 1/2 off all night on Mondays!!!  Beer and wine are $1 off.  And for an extra treat, Shelley will bartendress every Monday night!  Enjoy!

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6th Annual Chocoholic Frolic

This year, the Chocoholic Frolic can be enjoyed all month long!  All you need to do is purchase your passport from Savannah Menu, and keep it on you for when you visit restaurants like Ruth’s Chris, B. Mathews, Chili’s, Wright Square Cafe, Cupcake Emporium, Jazz’d Tapas Bar, River Street Sweets, Lulu’s Chocolate Bar, ele Fine Fusion, Thrive, Aqua Star, and the delicious Alligator Soul.  Present your passport for a free chocolate treat!  100% of the procedes benefit local breast cancer research.

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Did you hear? The Melting Pot is Open!

Fondue lovers rejoice!  It’s finally made it’s way to Savannah.  Conveniently located at 232 E. Broughton St., The Melting Pot is officially open for business.  Don’t forget to tell your family and friends to sign up for Club Fondue.  Members get free chocolate fondue for two on their birthday and wedding anniversary.  Call 349-5676 to make your reservation.

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Beer & Spicy Food Pairing

October 20th, at Sol, hosted by Tim Rutherford.  6:30pm, $50.  Foods prepared by Shelley Smith and George Parker will be paired with beers by Tim Rutherford.  Enjoy bites such as Sauted Shrimp, Smoked Scallop, fried plantains, and braised flank steak.  Oh and don’t forget dessert!  Chocolate Cayenne Ice Cream with Macadamia Churros and Savannah Bee orange blossom honey.  YUM!  1801 Habersham St., 232-1874.

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