Archive for September, 2010

Book Signing and Coffee Tasting

Stop by Seaside Sisters on Tybee, October 3, from 1-3pm, for a book signing and coffee tasting with Brandon Branch, co-author of “Paula Deen’s Savannah Styles.”  Michael Groover will also be on hand to sign his book “My Delicious Life with Paula Deen” and will have some of his coffee there for sampling. A portion of the proceeds from this event will benefit the Tybee Post Theater as well as a raffle drawing for a lovely table arrangement by Brandon.

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Miley and Mullets Party

The Casting for Stars Kickoff Party to benefit the Tybee Post Theater will be held on October 3, 3pm, Marlin Monroe’s on Tybee.  Dress up like Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus for a chance to win some great prizes, enjoy the live music of Liquid Ginger, and a Baja Taco Bar!  $20 donation.  Super Star contestants will be announced at 4:30pm and costume winners at 5:30.

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Bar Food’s Tuesday night special

Johnny Baker always has great specials on Tuesday nights at his trendy Bar Food in Habersham Village.  Tomorrow, it’s $1.00 for a vodka lemonade!  Can’t beat that!  Have fun! And some good eats, too.

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A great salad, a loaf of bread, a jug of wine and…

The best salad I’ve eaten in recent years came not from a restaurant, nor from my own kitchen, but from Fresh Market.  They call it their Greek salad. It bears little resemblance to a traditional Greek salad which consists of tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, peppers and sometimes other veggies, but never a leafy green. This salad is all romaine with a bit of radicchio, a few mushrooms, and lots of Kalamata olives. What makes it is not just the freshness of  these ingredients, but the abundance of Feta cheese. Not the crummy crumbly flavorless Feta found in your average supermarket, but  chunks of genuine,  fresh, delicious Feta that comes packed in its own liquid. The whole works is tossed in a lovely Feta-thickened Greek vinaigrette.  One order of this at $5.99 is a bargain for two people. Some good bread, a glass of wine….

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Sol’s Sunday Social tomorrow, Sept. 26

This week’s beneficiary is Save-A-Life, among the most dedicated and hard working of pet rescue organizations.  Sol owner Shelley Smith uses the Sunday Socials to help out local charities. Great way to have fun, enjoy good libations and terrific eats!  5 to 10 pm, Sunday, Sept. 26, at Sol, 1611 Habersham. And bring your 4-pawed pals! They’ll have a great time, too!

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cSpot Wednesday September 29th

*UPDATE*

This event has been moved from Ruth’s Chris to Cilantros, 135 W. Bay St.  It will be held at the same time.

Join the cSpot for their monthly networking shenanigans, this month in the Ruth’s Chris courtyard, 111 W. Bay St.,  from 5:30-7:30pm.  Tasty treats will be on hand as well as $6 well drinks, $4 Canyon Road Wines, and $3 Domestic beers.

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“Petite Plate” 3 to 5pm at Papillote

The latest innovation at this delightful little French take-out restaurant is their Petite Plate, served only from 3 to 5 pm. Great for those of us who’d like a late and light lunch or who want to take it home for an hors d’oeuvre later on!  The dishes vary, but today’s was a roast beef roll with arugula & tomato confit and a side potatoes pan-fried in duck fat (Yum!) with Parmigiano Reggiano and Horseradish Sauce.

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