Posts Tagged beer

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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BBQ, Brews and Bluegrass

The Next Generation hosts its 2nd annual BBQ, Brew & Bluegrass fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 2, from 3:00 to 7:00 pm at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum. BBQ from Smokin’ Pig and Whistle Stop Cafe, and Bluegrass by the Jimmy Wolling Band. Lots of rides and other kid-friendly stuff!  Plus arts & crafts and more. Adults $20/person. Kids 12 and younger are FREE!

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Football Wings and Beer at Johnny Harris

Starting September 25th, Johnny Harris Restaurant will have extended hours and a new Wing Menu for all you NFL fans.  They have 7 original sauces to choose from when dressing your wings, and don’t forget to come dressed in your favorite team’s jersey!

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Seen on T-shirts on Broughton St.

Seen on T-shirts walking down Broughton:

I didn’t claw my way to the top of the food chain …
… in order to eat vegetables

BEER
It’s not just for breaklfast any more

What messages have you spotted downtown?
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Beer Dinner at Crystal Beer Parlor

Wine dinners are popping up all over Savannah these days, but Beer Dinners remain rare.  No surprise, though, that the Crystal Beer Parlor is having one…this place is almost synonomous with BEER!  Best to make your reservations soon…. Feb. 23, 6 pm to 9 pm, at the Parlor.  Call now to get more details and make your reservations: 912-349-1000

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The Green Truck rolls into Thomas Square neighborhood

Two of my favorite food scouts came back from lunch yesterday with broad smiles.  They’d just been to the new Greentruck Pub at 2430 Habersham (right off Maupas) where they’d gobbled “GREAT!” burgers with hand fashioned fries and homemade ketchup and homemade pickles.  I perused the menu they brought…. and believe me, I’ll be there soon.  It’s all salads, sandwiches, burgers of every persuasion, soups, and such and sounds downright delicious.  And yes, there really is a green truck parked outside .

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Eat Drink and Be Crafty for Labor Day!

Savannah’s very own Craft Brew Fest will be held all weekend long.  If you like great craft beers and good eats, you surely do not want to miss this event.  Craft brews from local breweries and others across the U.S. will be on hand to taste.  There’s even a golf tournament to participate in!  For all the details be sure to visit:  www.SavannahCraftBrewFest.com

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Drink it up on the 5th!

Cilantro’s (W. Bay St.) has declared the 5th of the month “Cinco de Drinko”…. Happy hour 4 – 7 pm.  $1.99 Margaritas,  $1.99   Domestic Bottles (beer),  $2.99  Imported beer.    Food specials too!

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At Sol, the tortilla chips dance!

Until last Tuesday’s Solar Social held at Sol I had so little interest in tortilla chips that if you’d asked me where to find good ones, I’d have shrugged and said, “where they aren’t allowed to get stale.” Then I discovered the chips at Sol.  They taste so fresh.  I think they must make them every few minutes. One bite into these delicious crisp morsels, even without roasted red pepper or tomatillo salsas… and the chips are dancing happily on your tongue while your taste buds sing. If you just want a quick munch with a cold beer on your way home from work,  Sol is the place to get it.

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Beer & Spicy Food Pairing

October 20th, at Sol, hosted by Tim Rutherford.  6:30pm, $50.  Foods prepared by Shelley Smith and George Parker will be paired with beers by Tim Rutherford.  Enjoy bites such as Sauted Shrimp, Smoked Scallop, fried plantains, and braised flank steak.  Oh and don’t forget dessert!  Chocolate Cayenne Ice Cream with Macadamia Churros and Savannah Bee orange blossom honey.  YUM!  1801 Habersham St., 232-1874.

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