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Trivia Night at the Crystal Beer Parlor

Crystal Beer Parlor’s Monday nights are not only fun, but offer the biggest cash prize–$6,000–in Savannah for its Trivia competition.  So go on over, get in on the fun and try for the prize!  Meanwhile, Happy Hours drink prices apply throughout Trivia.  The Parlor’s usual Happy Hour is 4 to 7 pm with discounts on all drinks!

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Go for the lamb for a change!

I imagine that everyone in Savannah knows that the Crystal Beer Parlor does good burgers!   After all, what’s a beer parlor without a great burger?   But I’d forgotten about the Greek side of the Parlor these days….. And the Greek Lamb Burger is a terrific change from the standard ground beef burger. Served with a delicious Tsadziki Sauce, lettuce, tomato, onion and, if you wish, Feta cheese, this is one delicious taste delight!   Go for it!   By the way, don’t forget Happy Hour, 4 to 7 pm Monday through Friday.  Nice discounts on every drink.

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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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Fun and cash at the Crystal Beer Parlor

Monday nights, Trivia at The Parlor. 9 p.m. with drink specials and a chance to compete for $6,000, the largest cash prize in Savannah!

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Green Drinks at Crystal Beer Parlor

Enjoy a cocktail buffet, happy hour drink specials, and lots of green conversation from 5:30-7:30pm, March 9th.  Crystal Beer Parlor is located at 301 West Jones St.

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Greek Night!

Don’t miss it! Tonight’s Greek Night at the brand-new old Crystal Beer Parlor.  Avgolimono Soup, Pasticcio.  Spanokopita, and lots and lots more.  If it’s as good as we hope (and it should be– the owners are Greek brothers), tonight promises a little bit of heaven for those of us who love Greek vittles. Lets hope they have Retsina, too!

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First cSpot of 2010: Jan. 27th

at the Crystal Beer Parlor, 301 W. Jones St.  Enjoy free munchies, and drink specials while you conversate with some of Savannah’s most creative folks.  5:30-7:30pm.

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The Resurrection of the Old Crystal Beer Parlor

 The enlarged bar is beautiful and inviting! But beware if you’re much under 5 ft. 5  inches tall….the bar stools can be a bit uncomfortable. The renovations add an airy and lighter feel, all welcome. As to the food, let’s say they’re suffering some growing pains… The famous “Crystal Burger” is passable. Might have been better if cooked medium rare as ordered, but it came well done and dry; onion rings were delicious! Big, fat slices of onion, not overly battered –but a bit too salty. Bowl of chili was excellent. I’d have liked a bit more heat, but probably perfect for lots of folks. The so-called “Greek taco” supposedly a gyro in a pita shell, is neither Greek nor…? Pretty tasteless filling in a soggy shell. Hand cut fries were limpid. But the beer and ale selection is terrific! We’ll give the place another try after a coupe more months.

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A Fond Farewell

We are sad to inform you that one of Savannah’s most iconic restaurants is set to close.  The Crystal Beer Parlor, which opened its’ doors for the first time in 1933, will officially close on October 24th.  We hope you’ll find time to say goodbye, and let owners Suzanne and Buddy know how much you’ve appreciated their food over the years.  We’ll sure miss that crab soup.

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Crystal Beer Parlor Celebrates 75 Years!

For the first time in its 75 year history, The Crystal Beer Parlor will be open on Sunday for brunch and dinner.  Opening at 10:00am, brunch will be served until 2:30pm leading into our fabulous new Sunday dinner menu until 8:00pm. 

Displaying their talents are Chef Dixie Harvey, former Executive Chef of the Gastonian Inn, Chef David Johnson formerly of 514 E. and Chef Suzanne Kosic, owner of Crystal Beer Parlor.  We hope that you will join us to make this a wonderful new dining experience in this wonderful, much loved old restaurant.

Suzanne Kosic

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