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Nice Surprise at the Five Spot This Evening

Over in Habersham Village, the Five Spot has a luscious sounding special tonight. French inspired, it’s Salmon en Papillote salmon with squash, zucchini, tomato, swiss chard, lemon and roasted garlic with marrow butter all wrapped in parchment paper, over brown rice with cherries and fried capers. $15 Yum!

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Conviviality + Oysters = Smiles

One of the most popular networking events of the year is the annual Annual Oyster Roast Business Connection, Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce Business Connection. ”””””This, the 3rd annual event, will be this  Thurs.,, Mar 21, 530PM,  at Tubby’s in Thunderbolt  $10 Members, $25 Guests, Contact:  Cally D’Angelo   www.savannahchamber.com    Have fun, everyone!

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Solar Champions Tonight

Don’t forget, tonight is the night for fans of Solar Energy!  Solar Champions meet at 5:45 pm at Satisfied.  All newcomers welcomed!  Any questions, call Jack at 233-4288.

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Solar Champions Finds a New Home at Satisfied

The next meeting of Solar  Champions will be held from 5:45-7pm Tuesday, Mar 19 at Satisfied, 301 E. Broughton, in the spacious 2nd floor area. Management likes us – and we return the compliment.. Food is good, so are drinks, both affordable. Service is pleasant. Atmosphere is lovely, says head champion, Jack Star. In addition to their new home, Solar Champions has a new goal as well: to ready their exhibit for Earth Day.  Anyone interested in Solar Energy is welcome, whether you’re a long-time advocate or just interested in learning more.

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Tonight’s the Night for Drinking Green

We’re not talking about Irish green this evening, we’re talking about sustainability, green living. Green Drinks is meeting at 5:30 – 7:30 at Dub’s Pub, 225 West River St.

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On the Way to St. Patrick’s Day!

This time of year, thoughts turn to Corned Beef and Cabbage, Irish Stew, Fish and Chips, Bangers & Mash, and of course, Irish Whiskey and Irish Ale.  All of which seem to suggest Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub, Murphy’s Law Pub, and although it’s Scotch, not Irish, Molly MacPherson’s.  Kevin Barry’s tops my list with its corned beef & cabbage or its Irish Sampler which will give you portions of several Irish dishes…in abundance!  Fish and Chips are good at Murphy’s, and the Scottish eggs at McPherson’s are top notch. So get really Irish for the rest of the week and take them all in !  You’ll love it!

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Love Seafood but Hesitant to Cook It?

If you’re among the multitude who enjoy cooking but are timid about tackling anything from ocean or lake, then “Seafood School,” “Seafood Treasures from the Golden Isles” may be just the ticket!
Thursday, April 11 at 11:30am
Tybee Lite Shrine Club
1 Meddin Avenue, Tybee Island

Each of the classes will feature one spectacular seafood dish and each will be conducted by a nationally renowned chef, starting with the two head chefs at Savannah’s own iconic Elizabeth on 37th St.
The Dishes:  Herb Glazed Georgia Shrimp with Low Country Hash and Corn Pudding; Shrimp Sea Island; Ol’Fuskie Fried Crab Rice; Oysters in Leek and Bourbon Cream Served w/ Lemon Pepper Hoe Cakes;  Shrimp Creole – Tybee  Style!

Each class will include the instruction, the printed recipe, the dish to eat, and the wine that is paired with it to drink!  What more could anyone want?
Last year’s Seafood School sold out,
so be sure to reserve your spot soon.
Includes a tasting luncheon featuring each of the foods demonstrated, 
white wine
  and copies of all of the recipes!
Tickets are only $55 plus $3 tax and handing ($20 of which is a tax 
deductible contribution)
You can purchase your tickets online if you do it by April 5:  Online ordering is only available until
Friday, April 5th!
 TYBEEWINEFESTIVAL.COM

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Today is the Day for Wet Willie’s newest location!

As you no doubt know, I almost never mention a chain Restaurant or bar. But Wet Willie’s was born n Savannah more than 20 years ago, created by a few savvy Savannahians, and remains headquartered here in its home town. So we’re proud of Wet Willie’s and happy for its success.                                    

Located at 232 West St. Julian St., on the corner of West St. Julian St.
and Jefferson St. in City Market, the new Wet Willie?s will feature two
levels of dining, indoor and outdoor seating, hand-painted murals by Bill
Wrigley and restored original interior décor features including period
stained glass windows and doors. The restaurant and bar will serve lunch and dinner daily.  All of the restaurant?s signature frozen drinks  including Call-A-Cab, Sex on the Beach and Attitude Improvement ? will be available to enjoy in-house or to-go.

The menu will feature old favorites like Chicken Wings, Savannah
Shrimp and Grits, Quesadillas and Black Angus Burgers as well as brand-new menu items like a Savannah Shrimp Boil, Apple Pecan Salad, a Turkey Club with bacon and fried green tomatoes.

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More than satisfied with Satisfied

I almost missed out on going to Satisfied.  And that would have been a bad mistake on my part.  People had told me that it was a combination restaurant and sports bar. Since I am not a sports fan (unless the sport is horse  racing) my experience, sports bars has been very limited and a few times I visited one, the food was definitely not top drawer. But I was nearby when the companion who suggested we try the place and when he told me it was owned by the folks at created Sweet Potatoes and Cafe Toucon, I happily agreed.  
I ordered the Portobello mushroom available in their vegetable section. A large clump portobello came to my table graced with chevre cheese, red onion marmalade and a balsamic drizzle over wilted greens. The meaty flavor of the mushroom enhanced by the piquant red onion and balsamic over the green and made for a truly succulent and delicious dish. My companion ordered the Cuban sandwich, also a favorite of  mine. The Cuban roll was still with slices of savory roast pork am still pickle Swiss cheese and mustard with a side dish black bean salad.  The sandwich was as close as you can calm to the original home fashioned in Tampa, Florida. To say we were satisfied with Satisfied is an understatement. I will return again and very soon.

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Blowin’ Smoke to soon blow over Habersham St.

For lots of us who live further east and south than the current MLK location,  the new venue is exciting news.  Not only am I personally happy about being closer to the best bbq in town, but I’m delighted to be close to their marvelous black bean chili!  They expect to open before the end of the month, depending on the speed of kitchen renovations and, of course, permits. Savannahbest awaits!

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