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Let your wine go to the dogs!

Sol’s ‘ July’s Second Saturday Wine Soiree at EOS will be Dog Days of summer: Vino & Vittles, July 10, 5 p.m. till close.  Bring your 4-pawed pal to the patio for special wines by the glass to benefit many animal charities. Included are Pets Petite Sarah and Kermit Mutt Wines. Sol will also have a special menu for the pups, water bowls and treats. A portion of every wine sale will go to Friends of Animals of Coastal Georgia. Sol – 232-1874

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At EOS, Wednesdays are for Women

Women and Wine evenings every Wednesday at EOS, food and wine bar, 1801 Habersham St.  So head on over from 5 to 6:30 pm, and enjoy your wine at half price!

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Five Courses, Six Wines–Reserve Now!

It doesn’t get much better than this!  Call Eos now to reserve your table…only a few left. A five course dinner paired with 6 wines from the Carabella winery in Oregon including a pinot gris, chardonnay, & two fabulous pinot noirs plus wines from the “plowbuster” series…reception starts at 6:30 & dinner begins at 7pm. A Carabella representative will introduce you to the wines. $65. Call now for your reservation.  238.2400.

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Sugar Daddy’s is sweetly promising

The recently opened Sugar Daddy’s Wine and Food Bar is the latest eatery to join the popular “small plate” trend in the downtown area.  On Jefferson, right off Broughton, the location couldn’t be better. With an extensive wine and beer list, plus a full bar and good food, this place should be a hit. Two of us have sampled on a couple of occasions. Naturally, we tried the ubiquitous Duck Confit Panini, moist, tender and aromatic with garlic and thyme, just as it should be. On another occasion, one of us tried to salmon salad–fresh greens, highlighted with red grapefruit segments and other delicacies. The Local Jumbo Shrimp was good, too, although I think the term Jumbo might be subject to conjecture. The shrimp rested atop a bed of fresh off the cob, nicely seasoned corn. The corn was lovely, but it was hard to see why the chef chose to be so stingy with its quantity when corn is among the least expensive of veggies. Desserts provide sweet decadence.

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Leoci’s is OPEN! — Finally

Chef Roberto was all smiles Monday afternoon. After a protracted period of delays his kitchen, with its imported wood burning oven, was open. The black and white motif of the tables were set off nicely by the hand made brocade banquette seating.  We ordered the Antipasti Leoci’s — assorted cold cuts and cheeses, grilled vegetables and oven roasted olives. The surprise — it comes slightly heated, which really brought out the flavor of the Italian salami, prosciutto and mortadella.  Then a pasta course, capellini with aglio olio, and a pizza Margherita — all of which will give us another dinner tomorrow night, and probably  lunch. Everything delicioso!  More details soon. This place is a winner!

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Second Saturday Soiree…Fall Wine Preview

Second Saturday at Eos, always delightful events, promises to be particularly enticing this month.  “Wines from around the world”  are featured, including those from Oregon, Argentina, France, Australia, Spain, Italy and California.  Each wine will be paired with a delectably appropriate cheese! From 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Sept. 12 at Eos. $25/person. Reservations: 238-2400.

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Eos Second Saturday Wine Soiree

These events are always terrific, but this one sounds especially intriguing!  Champagnes and other sparkling wines from around the world, plus a sampling of fresh Sushi flavors! $30.   5:30 to 7:30 pm. Aug. 8.   Reservations:  238-2400.

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