Archive for July, 2010

Sunday Social at Sol to Benefit Buddy

Every Sunday, a portion of Sol’s proceeds goes to a local charity. On Sunday, August 15, 5 to 10 pm, the beneficiary will be Buddy!

$3 Draft;  3.50 Sol Punch;  and $10 bottomless beer for Buddy!  Bring your own 4-pawed pal– there’ll be Puppy Pools and Doggie Treats

Leave a Comment

cSpot Monthly get together Wednesday

This month’s cSpot monthly cocktail shenanigans will be at Billy’s Place,  just above McDonough’s. Save the date! Wed., July 28, 5:30 to 7:30 pm. If you haven’t been there before, take this fun opportunity to try out Billy’s.  As usual, cSpot will have some tasty treats and imbibers’ specials:                                                                      Well Brand Drinks $4.00
House Wine $4.00
Domestic Draft Beer 2 for 1
So come ready and willing to eat, drink and conversate.

Leave a Comment

First City Club offers Cocktails for A Cause

Wed., Aug. 4, 5:30 to 8 pm at First City Club, the monthly Cocktails for a Cause will benefit the Lowcountry Down Society. Admission is a voluntary donation. RSVP to Brian Hussey at bhussey@firstchatham.com.

Leave a Comment

Solar Social at Sol

Monthly get-together of the Solar Champions will be tomorrow, Tuesday, July 20, 5:30 to 7:00 pm.  Have fun, chips & dip, beer & drink specials with like-minded sunshine and alternate energy folks. Don’t miss Sol’s superb Tequila Sunrise .  Drink a toast to the sun!  Hungry? Stick around for dinner at “Savannah’s best new restaurant.”

Leave a Comment

Solar Social this Tuesday

Solar Champions holds a Solar Social from 5:30 to 7 pm Tuesday July 20 at SOL 1611 Habersham. Special prices on SOL beer and Tequila Sunrise and great homemade nachos and dips.  See you there. More info at http://www.savannahbest.com/Things.htm

Leave a Comment

New Summer Hours

For all you Local 11 Ten fans, please take note of their summer hours.  They will be closed on Sundays and Mondays in August.  Open from 6pm-10pm Tuesday through Saturday, and closed for the entire week of August 22 – 31st.

Leave a Comment

Belly Up and Guzzle at Murphy’s Law

“Misery loves company and company loves beer”, says Shelley Lowther and we agree. So head for Murphy’s Law Irish Pub on Sunday July 11 from 2.to 9:30 pm.  Come and watch the World Cup final, belly up to the bar and commiserate with each other about how England and USA got cheated out of a World Cup shot. And get one heck of a bargain in the process. For $20, all-you-can-drink Guinness, Harp or Smithwick’s.  Plus you get a 2010 souvenir World Cup Glass. Hang on to that. One day it’ll be treasure for your kids.

Comments (1)

A Sad Farewell: EOS is no more

One of the brightest and most successful stars of  Savannah’s restaurant scene, Eos, has just been closed by owner Shelley Smith. As brilliant an artist as she is a restaurateur, Shelley has decided to spend more time on her art…and of course, she still has that other bright star of the culinary world, Sol.  But those of us who loved Eos know that we have lost something precious which can never be duplicated.

Leave a Comment

Basil’s Pizza: It’s All Greek to Us!

They call it a pizzeria; they rave about their pizza. But there’s plenty of good pizza in Savannah.  There is precious little good Greek anything.  But Basil’s has some of the best Greek food anywhere on the eastern seaboard. The Avgolemono Soup, a classic Greek soup made from fresh chicken broth, lots of lemon, egg, and rice, is creamy, thick and better than any Avgolemono I have ever eaten outside of Greece.  The Dolmadas, stuffed grape leaves, tender young grape leaves, filled with a perfectly spiced blend of lamb and rice, are definitely Savannah’s best. It’s a definite mystery as to where they get their Feta Cheese and Kalamata olives, but they are another “Best.” As is their Pita bread…made in-house, perhaps? Whatever the case, if you love Greek food, head for Basil’s—216 Johnny Mercer Blvd., 897-6400.  .

Leave a Comment