Archive for January, 2010

Try Sugar Daddy’s yet? We did..

The latest food and wine bar in savannah, Sugar Daddy’s, at 109 Jefferson, may well turn out to be the latest downtown in-spot. We had our first try with the salmon salad, fresh greens, sliced almonds, ruby red grapefruit, red onions, and goat cheese tossed with citrus vinaigrette and topped with broiled  wild salmon. It was downright delish! Then we shared a slow roasted chicken Panini, and the duck confit Panini. The chicken Panini, slow roasted, pulled chicken with sun-dried tomatoes, roasted tricolor peppers and Parmesan, with apple smoked bacon pecan-pesto spread provided a delightful array of flavors from spicy sweet to musky and smokey. The duck confit was slow roasted as well, marinated with vine ripened tomatoes, sliced asparagus and finished with a shallot Bing cherry goat cheese spread on Panini. This one came with a with a small salad of the same delicious greens as in the salmon salad. Three plates ranging in price from $6-$9 proved to be an ample dinner for two.  The location is quite convenient  on a street less traveled.  This place strikes me as being a real winner.

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All You Can Eat Oyster Roast

at the Crab Shack, every Wednesday until March 10th!  6-9pm.

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First cSpot of 2010: Jan. 27th

at the Crystal Beer Parlor, 301 W. Jones St.  Enjoy free munchies, and drink specials while you conversate with some of Savannah’s most creative folks.  5:30-7:30pm.

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Ladies Night Out at The Melting Pot

Grab your girls, it’s time for fondue!  $22 per lady gets you cheese fondue, a  salad, and of course, chocolate fondue.  Make your reservations for Monday, January 25th by calling 912-349-5676.

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Best Fish Dish in Town

Fish just doesn’t get any better than tilapia or flounder or the other freshest catch of the day as served in Papillote’s “en papillote.”  Served with one kind of Pasta or another, such as Greek orzo, plus straight from the garden-tasting veggies (recently tomato, fennel, and orange segments) this luxurious-flavored  wonder is not steamed in parchment per tradition, but in foil, safer and easier and every bit as luscious! “en papillote” is probably the deepest and richest flavored of all fish dishes, and for the health conscious, very low in fat and calories; super high in nutrients!  These Friday Specialties are available for about $11.99.

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Valentine’s Day at the Melting Pot

They’ve got some pretty sweet deals for the love birds this Valentine’s Day!  $140 per couple for the RED package, includes a rose with a vase, Big Night Out Fondue Fusion with dinner for 2 featuring your choice of special event cheese fondue & chocolate fondue and two glasses of champagne or sparkling cider.  For $200 couples can enjoy the WHITE package which includes your photograph in a keepsake frame, rose with vase, Lobster Indulgence Surf & Turf four course dinner for 2 with choice of special event cheese fondue & chocolate fondue, two glasses of champagne or sparkling cider and a bottle of wine!  Both sound like pretty good deals to us.

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It’s Tapas Tuesday at Sol!

Starting today, not only will you have old menu favorites, Sol will also be introducing affordable tapas to their menu!  Not to mention, $3 margaritas, sangria, and Sol punch! 

Tapas Tuesdays will feature creations by Chef Jennifer Corretjer, including fresh scallops with romaine drizzled in a Monterrey & Jalapeno cheese sauce and braised short ribs with black beans over polenta.  Sounds yummy to us!  The best part is, these delights, plus many more, will only set you back $5-$10.

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