Posts Tagged food

Tonight: Green Drinks at Sparetime

For all who champion sustainability, conviviality and cocktails, Green Drinks is the place to be on the second Tuesday of each month.  This time, it’s at Sparetime, recently opened restaurant/bar which looks like its heading toward becoming one of downtown’s most popular hangouts. Head on over from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Sparetime is at 36 MLK, corner of Congress.

 

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Luscious Goodies for Your New Year’s Eve Bash!

Need a little last minute help pulling together your New Year’s Eve menu?  Let FORM do the work for you!  Their to-go menu features dips, empanadas, roasted salmon stuffed with tapenade and wrapped with truffle marinated zucchini, bacon wrapped artichoke hearts, mini sandwiches, stuffed mushrooms, and so much more!  Call 912-236-7642 to pre-order your appetizers.

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Thanksgiving Dinner with Your Doggy: Beware!

I always want to share Thanksgiving with my pooches….. they’re part of my family and they are a major part of what I give thanks for.  But I’ve learned to be careful.  Here are some common T-Day food items that your dog should NEVER ingest! 

Sage
chocolate
candy with xylitol
garlic or onions
bread dough
batter with raw eggfs
macademia nuts
sage
grapes or raisins
rich or spicy foods
alcohol

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Eat Before You Sail

A group of friends recently invited my husband and me to join them on the Diamond Casino Boat.  We’re not big gamblers, but their website promised live entertainent, food, and in addition to a few table games, slot machines.  We boarded the boat at 6:45pm, and waited for the 7pm departure.  My husband asked the bartender what time we were to return to port so we could pace ourselves over the night.  Turns out the boat doesn’t return until 1am, MUCH longer than either one of us cared to be on the boat (thank God for penny slots), but we were with friends and figured we’d make the most of it.  Our first impression of the boat was that is smelled a bit like a bowling alley, thankfuly the upper deck provides some fresh air and the live entertainment was decent.  After a while, we headed for food, and the wait was painfully slow.  I had hoped to land a few crackers from the bar while we waited, but they were all out.  We had both eaten before we left but 6.5 hours on a boat would make anyone hungry.  My burger finally arrived with a side of cole slaw looking like something out of a high school cafeteria.  My husband ordered the wings, and after one gelatinous bite, threw the entire order in the trash.  As for drinks, they offer a full bar, though only Bud and Bud Light for beer.  If you’re actively gambling, they will provide your drinks for free, but the waitresses don’t make the rounds as they should, and I certainly wasn’t about to pay for a drink while I was consistently pumping money into their machines.  By the end of this long night, there wasn’t a corner of the boat that didn’t have someone sleeping in it, and we also witnessed a fight between passengers that nearly kncocked me off my chair.  Needless to say, we won’t be boarding that boat again anytime soon.

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Good Eats from Germany Coming Soon!

Oktoberfest ,  September 30 – October 2,  is a load of fun, from  music and often dancing in the streets, to good eats, you can’t beat this annual River Street frolic. Bratwurst, pretzels, Schnitzel to knockwurst and of course, beer of every variety!  

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Asian munching this Saturday

This Saturday, June 11, at the Savannah Civic Center MLK Arena is the day of the 16th annual Asian Festival. For delectable delicacies from Polynesian, Thailand, China, Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam, you can indulge in an all-day feast of goodies!  Yum!

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SCAD International Festival Offers Global Munching

Along with music, fashion, dance and art, SCAD’s International Festival features  plenty of  international tastes.  Dishes from Morocco, Mexico, the Middle East and several of Asian countries are among the tasty delicacies of the day, offered at affordable prices.  11 am to 3 pm, on Broughton St., between Lincoln and Abercorn.   Saturday, April 2.

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