Archive for March, 2011

Last Chance for Discounted Tickets!

If you were pondering the Champagne Tasting and Brunch at Tybee’s new Wedding Chapel on April 17th, better get your tickets today!  Get your tickets for $40 by the end of the day, after today they go up to $45.  Tasting will be held at 11am and brunch starts at 11:30.  Only 80 spots are available and no tickets will be sold at the door.  To order tickets visit http://tybeewinefestival.com .

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Wine Tasting at Form

On April 5th, Form Restaurant will host Ryan Stanton from Ultimate Wines for a tasting from 6-7pm.  $15 per person includes samples of 3 wines and an assorted cheese board.  Or pay $60 and enjoy a 5 course meal in addition to the tasting!  Dinner begins at 7:30pm and each course will be paired with a different wine.  Call 912-236-7642 for reservations.

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Calling All Fishermen-Cooks…

Or perhaps we should say, calling all Chef-Fishermen.  Either way, join the tournament and fish to win!  Sat. and Sunday, April 9 and 10, at Coffee Bluff Marina,  you’ll be able to show your talents! Get together some friends and go fishing from 6 am to 5 pm, then on Sunday,  at 2 pm,  cook your catch.  A panel of judges will determine the winners.  Entry fee is $25 per team.  Anyone can sign up and anyone can come down to sample the results.  For more info, call 912-925-7474 or go to www.coffeebluffmarina.net

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SCAD International Festival Offers Global Munching

Along with music, fashion, dance and art, SCAD’s International Festival features  plenty of  international tastes.  Dishes from Morocco, Mexico, the Middle East and several of Asian countries are among the tasty delicacies of the day, offered at affordable prices.  11 am to 3 pm, on Broughton St., between Lincoln and Abercorn.   Saturday, April 2.

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New Review at Savannahbest.com

Check out Savannahbest.com’s latest restaurant review of Sol Fusion.  And while you’re at it, you might want to browse through the dozens other of reviews we’ve done.

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cSpot March 30th

Want to network with other creative thinking folks in Savannah?  Stop by 606 East Cafe from 5:30-7:30pm on March 30th.  Some tasty treats will be on hand courtesy of Wentworth Printing, and of course a few drink specials too!  This event will be held on the second floor of the restaurant.

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New Thai Restaurant Bursts with Flavor!

Open for about a month, P. J. Thai Cuisine, at 147 Abercorn, tel: 201-3534, is already garnering devoted fans. Last night,  a Monday, when restaurants are typically slow, this place was bustling.   My companion and I decided to give it a try.  The Swimming Rama is a bed of perfectly sauteed spinach and delicate bean sprouts topped with a rich and creamy peanut sauce.  The dish comes with your choice of chicken, pork, beef or tofu. I chose the tofu, not due to any veggetarian inclinations (I’m a confirmed carnivore), but simply because  I adore tofu, and this did not disappint!  The portion is large, accompanied by an equally large portion of perfect rice.  My companion had the Sweet and Sour Chicken. The chicken was flavorful and moist, served with pineapple, celery, carrots, onions, cucumbers, tomatoes and bell peppers, all carefully sauteed in an excellent sweet and sour sauce.   This dish too was abundant and served with an abundant portion of rice.   Every bite we ate was bursting with flavor.  No doubt, I’ll be back many a time!     The restaurant is tiny (6 tables inside; 3 tables outside, but with a mighty menu of 45 items, including appetizers, salads, soups, curried dishes, entrees, noodle dishes, and half a dozen varieties of fried rice dishes.

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