Posts Tagged Sol Fusion

Drink A Toast to the Sun at Sol Fusion

The next Solar Social will take place from  5:30 to 7 pm  Tuesday, April 19,  at SOL (named for a sun god) Fusion restaurant 1611 Habersham.  Join the Solar Champions for good conversation, great munchies and a toast to the sun.  Then plan how to, one step at a time, help Savannah, with its abundance of sunshine,  become the Solar City it deserves to be.  For more info, call Jack at 233-4288.

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Dog Friendly Dining in Savannah

We enjoyed a delicious meal at Sol Fusion last night. The weather was perfect for outdoor dining.  We even ran into some 4-pawed friends enjoying an evening out with their parents.

Smokie and Zoe, all decked out for St. Pat’s in Savannah!

Looking for a night out with your pooch?  Check out our Dog Friendly Dining Page for a nice list of pet friendly establishments.

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Solar Social on Tues., March 15

Drink a toast to the sun, have the best tortilla chips in the city, and chat with lots of like-minded alternate energy advocates.  It’s at Sol Fusion (named, of course, for a sun god) from 5:30 to 7 pm.  Have some fun  and make  plans for Earth Day!

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Next Solar Social of Solar Champions is Tuesday, Feb 15, from 5:30 to 7 pm at SOL Fusion, 1611 Habersham.  Not only have the Socials been filled with good conversation, good excuses to partake of Happy Hour specials and tasty treats, but they have succeeded in implementing Solar Ready at Sustainable Fellwood. Hopefully, according to founder Jack Star, there will soon be other major developments in the region. Specifically the Eastside housing development, Hitch housing development, commercial evelopment on Hutchinson Island, and commercial and residential development at Savannah River Landings. There is still time to have an impact on these major projects.  So come toast the sun, eat, drink and be merry, and plan for the future!  For more info, call Jack at 233-4288

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Sol Fusion speeds into high gear

Andrea Johnson,  Sol Fusion owner/manager took her time before making any major changes in Sol, which under the ownership of founder, Shelley Smith, had been one of those rare Instant Success stories.  But three  weeks ago, Andrea launched a new menu and the new name. Now, very soon, she and her co-owner husband will be closing on purchase of the building that houses the restaurant. Following this closing will come the renovations: expansion of outdoor tables and the addition of an outdoor bar; re-doing the entry  way to accomodate more seating, and adding a second bathroom!  In addition to adding more space for increasing numbers of happy patrons, chef Aaron Doyle keeps coming up with spectacular specials! Last night’s Curried Cauliflower Soup, for instance, and the Ancho spiced Lamb Tacos with mint mojo, cucumbers, shredded cabbage, crisp pea strips and cumin yogurt sauce were simply spectacular!  

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The NEW Sol….a fusion of delights

When new owner, Andrea Johnson, took over Sol a few months ago, she did so with little fanfare and few changes. She watched; listened to her clientele, tweak the menu a bit and added a special here and there.  But this past Tuesday, she brought out a new menu, plus a new name for the newly morphed Sol, which is now Sol Fusion.  And a fusion it is! From the original Southwest-Caribbean fare to today’s international tastes. In hands less skillful than chef Aaron Doyle’s, this combination could result in a global hash. But Doyle knows his herbs, his spices and his flavors, elevating them into a culinary symphony.  And Johnson clearly knows her business. She’s shrunk portions a bit, and lowered prices. Perfect for the many of us small eaters. On Tuesday night, my dining companion and I tucked into the new menu with an appetizer of jalapeno poppers, an order of pulled pork, and one of the short ribs. It was one of the few times I’ve by-passed Sol’s always-fabulous fish choices. But they’ve added lots of meat dishes and these proved amazingly delicious. The pulled pork over a Gouda and jalapeno polenta was tender, spicy and with an unidentifiable sweetness in the sauce.  This is something I could eat very, very often. The short ribs, also butter-tender, nearly sent me swooning over the aromatic blend of ribs, roasted, curried fingerling potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, and baby greens, among other ingredients.  I’ve eaten short ribs all over this country and throughout Europe, and I’ve never had any better than this! The menu is extensive, so it’ll take me awhile, but I’ll no doubt work my way through every new dish.

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