Archive for June, 2010

cSpot this Wednesday

This month the creative folks from the cSpot are hosting their event at B&B Billiards.  Stop by Wednesday, June 30th, from 5:30-7:30pm for cocktails and networking with other creative Savannahians.  Happy Hour is 2 for 1 drinks!

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Let your wine go to the dogs!

Sol’s ‘ July’s Second Saturday Wine Soiree at EOS will be Dog Days of summer: Vino & Vittles, July 10, 5 p.m. till close.  Bring your 4-pawed pal to the patio for special wines by the glass to benefit many animal charities. Included are Pets Petite Sarah and Kermit Mutt Wines. Sol will also have a special menu for the pups, water bowls and treats. A portion of every wine sale will go to Friends of Animals of Coastal Georgia. Sol – 232-1874

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Have a French lunch in the Park

Savannah has Forsyth Park, one of America’s loveliest center-of-the-city Gardens. This is the perfect place to take your sweetie for a relaxing lunch.  Our marvelous French take-out restaurant, Papillote, 218 W. Broughton, is now offering their French Brown Bag, available Tuesday through Friday 10:30 a.m.- 3 p.m. Your lunch consists of a baguette sandwich, side salad, and dessert.  Plus, your choice of an Orangina or Perrier.  All for just $10.99 including tax. Call 232-1881.

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Drink it up on the 5th!

Cilantro’s (W. Bay St.) has declared the 5th of the month “Cinco de Drinko”…. Happy hour 4 – 7 pm.  $1.99 Margaritas,  $1.99   Domestic Bottles (beer),  $2.99  Imported beer.    Food specials too!

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At EOS, Wednesdays are for Women

Women and Wine evenings every Wednesday at EOS, food and wine bar, 1801 Habersham St.  So head on over from 5 to 6:30 pm, and enjoy your wine at half price!

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A Summertime Sandwich for a perfect Picnic

“There are only three things worth spending serious money on:  Scotch, mustard and cheese.”   Sandi, the all-time hostess with the mostest, repeated these words frequently on Sunday afternoons on her small Savannah kitchen terrace. Usually, the subject came up when she served what she called “a Summer Sandwich for a perfect picnic.” Usually, there were also coleslaw and potato salad and chips and some iced tea and Sangria.  The star was Sandi’s sandwich. The ingredients were simple:  thin-sliced breast of turkey from the Deli, fine, imported Dijon mustard, cherry preserves and thinly sliced Camembert cheese. And, of course, top quality Italian bread. She would make the sandwiches an hour & a half or more in advance and wrap them very tightly in aluminum foil. The cheese would melt just enough to moisten the Sandwich and all the flavors would marry..

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At Sol, the tortilla chips dance!

Until last Tuesday’s Solar Social held at Sol I had so little interest in tortilla chips that if you’d asked me where to find good ones, I’d have shrugged and said, “where they aren’t allowed to get stale.” Then I discovered the chips at Sol.  They taste so fresh.  I think they must make them every few minutes. One bite into these delicious crisp morsels, even without roasted red pepper or tomatillo salsas… and the chips are dancing happily on your tongue while your taste buds sing. If you just want a quick munch with a cold beer on your way home from work,  Sol is the place to get it.

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