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Taste of Hope Fundraiser

Attention all Savannah Foodies!  This event on Feb. 17th, will feature bites from all of your favorites.  Think Leoci’s, Sisters of the New South, Shane’s Rib Shack, and Gigi’s Cupcakes all under the same roof.  It’s $30 per person to attend the event which will be held at the Charles Morris Center at 7pm.  Proceeds will benefit Urban Hope, a non-profit providing free after-school programs for Savannah kids.  Call 912-398-9811.

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The Best New Year’s Eve Menu We’ve Seen Yet!

Leoci’s New Year’s Eve menu is sure to please!  They will start you off with a salad featuring Garden Greens from Bethesda Boys Farm and other fresh ingredients, and finished off with their Raspberry-Balsamic Vinaigrette and a garnish of Bufala Mozzarella.  Next you get a choice of Roasted and Stuffed Eggplant or Brick Oven Garlic Herbed Georgia Shrimp Risotto (so hard to choose).  A cucumber mint sorbet in between, followed by your choice of Poached Maine Loberster Tail with home-made Gnocchi, or a Gorgonzolla Encrusted Filet Mignon.  If you weren’t full already, they complete their dinner with a Sicilian Sponge Cake layered with candied fruit and sweet whipped ricotta cheese. If you haven’t made your reservation yet, be sure to call 912-335-7027 before they run out of spots.  $65 per person, excludes gratuity and tax.

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Leoci’s New Year’s Eve Menu

Book your reservations for Leoci’s now!  For only $65 per person (does not include tax or gratuity) you’ll get a fabulous Baby Spinach Insalata, tossed in Warm Pancetta Shallot Vinaigrette and topped with Sweet Grass Dairy Fresh Chevre Croutons, a choice of Roasted Garlic Georgia Prawns or Grilled Strube Ranch Wagyu Beef Caponata for your main course, to be followed by Niman Ranch Pork Osso Bucco as a second course, and finished off with their delicious Roasted Almond Biscotti served with Godiva Chocolate Mousse.  Call 912-335-7027 to book your reservation.

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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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