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A Message to One and All

Remember everyone, this blog isn’t just for my foodie thoughts, it’s open to one and all. Just send in your favorite eating spot, or a favorite dish anywhere at all, or your favorite server. If you spot a new eatery just opened, or about to open, let us know. If you have a butcher who will prepare your rack of lamb for you, tell us about him (or her). Same goes for fishmongers who will prepared your finned or shelled creatures for you. If you have a delicious recipe from your home repertoire, let us have it! In short, if it pertains to food or beverages, we’re all interested. Send it along to: tidbits@savannahbest.com.

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B. Matthews Eatery now re-opened!

After extensive, and we do mean extensive! renovations–everything from the layout to the hardwood floors, plumbing, water pipes and the menu itself–B. Matthews Eatery re-opened over the weekend. I haven’t had a chance to go yet, but will soon.  A friend tells me they have a marvelous duck and waffle dish on their new brunch menu!

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Happy Hour Every Day!

At the Blue Turtle Bistro, Happy Hour is now Daily 4pm until 7 pm with $2 Margaritas, $3 Wells, $3 House Wine, $3 bottles of Bud Lite, Miller Lite, Michelob Ultra, and Yuengling, and $5 Martinis.

 

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Crepes & Burgers

‘In America, you can find a hamburer place every block or so…..in Breton, where I come from, you’ll find a creperie every block,’ says Herve, chef/owner of Papillote.  The chef makes these large and luscious delicacies exactly as his mother makes them.  They are available every Sunday  for Papillote’s all-day breakfast, filled with your choice of sweet or  savory goodies including his own marvelous fig preserves.  These are a don’t miss!

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Breakfast Lovers, Rejoice!

Papillote is now opening at 9:30 am every Sunday and serving breakfast all day!  The menu will change every week, but always on hand will be their delightful quiches and crepes, a variety of French breakfast breads and pastries, and much, much more!  Don’t miss this….

 

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Foxy Loxy Does It Right

The latest addition to the bountiful array of good eats available in the Thomas Square neighborhood is Foxy Loxy. It’s a café/art gallery in the old Pizza Rustica location on Bull St.  The folks at the recent monthly meeting of Green Drinks were treated to what several say was the best cocktail buffet they’ve ever had, and the group has, over the years, met at virtually every possible downtown area location. This time they were treated to a variety of nibbles, including slow roasted pulled pork with apple chutney, Chipotle-Pimento cheese pinwheels, tomatillo and orange salsa with chips, chocolate pepita shortbread, and a cheese and grape platter. Since then, I’ve heard raves about their coffees (all from PERC), their sandwiches, and especially their quiche of jeuvos rancheros.  The menu changes daily, but it tends to have a Mexic ana flavor, plus in-house made desserts that draw raves. The wine and craft beer list is impressive. Open Monday through Saturday, the gallery has a frequently changing array of  etchings, prints, lithos and woodcuts by local artists. More info: 401-0543.

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Kosher Restaurant Opens today!

Starting  today, Oct. 11, Matt Cohen, chef/owner of the late and oh-so-missed New South Cafe, has joined forces with noted caterer Murray Gottlieb to open, a virtual Kosher restaurant, Gottlieb and Cohen New South Kosher.  Menu,  hours and prices can be found at www.gottliebandcohen.com.  Food can either be picked up or delivered. Welcome to Matt and Murray!

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